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College Hockey rankings 2012: Denver, Colorado College both drop

The DU Pioneers fell in the USCHO rankings this week, while the Colorado College Tigers fell completely out of the Top 20.

Douglas Jones-US PRESSWIRE

The past several weeks have not been kind to Colorado's college hockey teams, and the latest USCHO rankings reflect that. The University of Denver Pioneers once again fell in the rankings following yet another weekend with no wins on the record, moving from No. 6 all the way down to No. 11. Denver has not won a game since way back on Nov. 17 and has allowed far too many goals, as their record has fallen to 9-5-2.

The Colorado College Tigers fared even worse, being the only team this week to drop completely off the rankings, where they were formerly No. 19. They were replaced by 9-5-2 Minnesota State.

Boston College is at the top of the rankings after leapfrogging No. 2 New Hampshire. Notre Dame, Minnesota and Miami (Ohio) round out the Top 5 of the rankings.

Air Force remained out of the rankings, and has still not been anywhere near the Top 20 this season.

The full NCAA Hockey ratings from the USCHO, as well as USA Today, can be found here.