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College Hockey Polls Begin Next Week

By, 09/18/14, 2:00PM MDT


COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. — The weekly USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine college hockey polls for the 2014-15 season will debut with the women's preseason poll next Tuesday (Sept. 23). Produced by USA Hockey, in conjunction with the American Hockey Coaches Association, the polls rank the top 10 NCAA Division I women's ice hockey teams and the top 15 NCAA Division I men's ice hockey teams each week throughout the season. The men's preseason poll is slated to be released on Monday, Sept. 29. 

Men’s polls are released every Monday and women’s each Tuesday throughout the season and are available here. Polls go on holiday hiatus the week of Dec. 15 and reconvene the week of Jan. 5, 2015. Regular season polls conclude Feb. 24 (women’s) and March 16 (men’s). The postseason will include additional polls, including final rankings after the respective Frozen Four tournaments March 24 (women’s) and April 13 (men’s):

Men's Poll Schedule

Sept. 29 Preseason
Oct. 6 - Dec. 15 Regular Season
Jan. 5 - March 16 Regular Season
March 23 Postseason
March 30 NCAA Regionals
April 9-11 Frozen Four (Boston)
April 13 Final

Women's Poll Schedule

Sept. 23 Preseason
Sept. 30 - Dec. 16 Regular Season
Jan. 6 - Feb. 24 Regular Season
March 3 Postseason
March 10 Postseason
March 17 NCAA Regionals
March 20-22 Frozen Four (Minneapolis)
March 24 Final

Notes: The USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine College Hockey Polls include input from coaches and journalists representing each of the NCAA Division I ice hockey conferences, as well as composite votes from officers of the AHCA and USA Hockey ... The 2014-15 season will mark the 20th season for the men's poll and the 18th campaign for the women's poll.

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