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After a 1-0-1 weekend, Miami (Ohio) moved up one spot in the latest USCHO.com college hockey rankings.
The Miami (Ohio) Redhawks moved up one spot in the USCHO.com college hockey rankings, checking in at No. 4.
Miami received 817 votes this week, its second-highest vote total of the season. The Redhawks were the No. 3 team and received 831 votes in the October 22nd poll. Miami dropped down the rankings due to a couple of recent losses, but moved back up this week after going 1-0-1 this weekend. The Redhawks knocked off Northern Michigan 5-2 on Friday before playing to a 2-2 tie then winning the shootout 2-0 on Saturday.
Boston College once again checked in at No. 1 in the poll. The 8-1 Eagles picked up all 50 first place votes. Denver moved up one spot to No. 2 while former No. 2 Minnesota dropped to third. The Golden Gophers have a 73 vote lead over Miami for the No. 3 spot.
The complete USCHO.com rankings can be found at NCAA.com.