Monday rankings; NHL Mid-Term rankings

The first of Monday’s ratings has Minnesota Duluth No. 5 and Wisconsin No. 13 by Inside College Hockey here.

The U.S. College Hockey Online polls showed no movement for the UMD men at No. 5 or women at No. 4. Those polls and Division III are here.

The Division I men’s PairWise is here.

The Division I women’s PairWise is here.

Andy Baggot at the Wisconsin State Journal says the Badgers can climb in the PairWise Rankings starting with a series Friday and Saturday at Amsoil Arena in a blog posting here.

The NHL Central Scouting Bureau has Mid-Term Rankings leading to the 2011 Entry Draft here.

UMD-related among the 212 players listed by NHL: No. 103, Andy Welinski, D, Duluth (Green Bay, USHL); No. 160, Tony Cameranesi, C, Wayzata (Minn.) High School; among North American goalies, No. 5, Matt McNeely, Burnsville, Minn. (USA U-18)

Some chatter has surfaced about a possible player ineligibility at top-ranked Yale. College Hockey News has an update here.

The New Haven (Conn.) Register has a recap of Yale’s ninth straight win, this one at Harvard, in a Sunday recap here.

The Hockey News has an update on Jamie Langenbrunner’s move from New Jersey to Dallas in a story here.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution notes that Tim Stapleton was recalled Sunday by the Thrashers in a blog here.

The final total for the Michigan versus Michigan State Big Chill outdoor game Dec. 11 at Michigan Stadium is officially 104,073 according to a Detroit Free Press story here.

Former UMD assistant Steve Rohlik, an associate head coach in his first year at Ohio State, and head man Mark Osiecki have seen the Buckeyes win six straight, including last weekend’s home sweep of Miami of Ohio in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association.  The Columbus Dispatch has an update here.

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