Division I’s best the past decade; Michigan’s woes; Raymond has 2 goals

Dave Starman, columnist for U.S. College Hockey Online, has put together a list of the top 30 Division I players of the past 10 years. And he’ll soon release a final Top 10. Minnesota Duluth representatives among the 30 are Justin Faulk, Jack Connolly and J.T. Brown (but not 2004 Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner Junior Lessard). The list is here.

WCHA Power Rankings are here.

Mason Raymond had two goals Friday as Vancouver won 5-0 at Anaheim. The Vancouvere Sun has a recap here.

The Pittsburgh Tribune is reporting that Pittsburgh Penguin Matt Niskanen suffered an injury Sunday here.

Michigan, which met UMD in the 2011 Division I title game, is having its worst season in more than 25 years, going 5-13-2 (and 1-7 the last eight). And the Michigan Daily has a piece about the team’s relevance in 2012-13 here.

U.S. College Hockey Online looks back at last weekend in the WCHA right here.

U.S. College Hockey Online reviews last weekend in Division I women’s play, including UMD’s sweep at Ohio State here.

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