With all 50 first-place votes this week, national champion Denver finishes as the top team in the final DCU/USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll for the 2021-22 season.
The Pioneers move up two spots from the last poll, which was conducted March 21.
National runner-up Minnesota State drops to No. 2 in the rankings, while Michigan is down one to No. 3 and Minnesota up one to No. 4. Minnesota Duluth is up one spot to round out the top five.
Western Michigan is down two to No. 6, Quinnipiac up one to No. 7, Notre Dame up one to No. 8, North Dakota down two to No. 9, and Massachusetts holding steady at No. 10.
St. Cloud State remains No. 11, UMass Lowell is up one to No. 12, trading spots with No. 13 Northeastern, while the last seven spots are unchanged with No. 14 Michigan Tech, No. 15 Harvard, No. 16 Ohio State, No. 17 Clarkson, No. 18 AIC, No. 19 Connecticut, and No. 20 Providence.
In addition to the top 20 teams, eight others received votes in the final rankings.
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