Very little is constant in this sport except the craziness that is one week to the next. We have one poll left before the end of the calendar year.
We finally got some exciting OOC games and they definitely shook things up.
Well that was a bit nutty, plenty of exciting games with exciting results and no one agrees about anything.
It’s our last look at the teams before the big gluttony of OOC games for the holidays.
We are really starting to see who the teams really are. The coming weeks will give us a few great OOC meetings but for now the conference play has been generous.
We got to see some great games and some varied results. We only had two sweeps and one of them stood out above the other.
Wasn’t the most impressive weekend for most of our poll members but this week sets off some big intra-conference matchups.
Things are just starting to get going and we will be starting to see a clearer picture in the coming weeks.
Most of our teams are taking easier starts so far this season but things should start to warm up soon.
We have a new participant in the race to Duluth this season and they are showing potential.
Teams are slowly starting to wade into competitive games as the season gets underway. Lots of disagreement among our voters so far.
And then there were three games. We have our Frozen Four and will have a champion this time next week.
We have a bracket and ten games left in the season to see who will finish at the top of our poll.
Teams are running out of time to prove themselves.
The possible permutations of results is quickly dwindling and our teams will be vying for every point they can get as we are only weeks away from crowning a champ.
We are at the end of the regular season, some teams will try to close out seeding while others struggle to close out games.
We are getting midweek reschedules left and right as the season slowly wraps up.
Upsets and disappointing results everywhere. This week starts the Beanpot in Boston while the rest of the country also plays weeknight games to catch up.
We have a new number one, we had many upsets and a few almost upsets and we have plenty more excitement to go as teams start to lose players to Olympic duty.
This week could be make or break for a few teams, if any of the games are played that is.
We are at the point in the season where we do not know which games will actually get played. We have had many games postponed and cancelled as a result of outbreaks among teams.
Teams are playing hockey again after a few weeks off. The weekend featured a pair of matchups between teams in our poll and they did not disappoint.
And we are now in the break as the players will rest up take their finals and get ready to take their best shots at a title run.
A few more teams wrapped up play for the semester but we will get a couple more series before everyone is off until the new year.
This weekend brought a number of uncommon matchups that helped most of our voters make some decisions.
It feels like the season is just a contest between the ECAC and the WCHA at this point with the others lagging behind.
The ECAC is being led by the Ivy League this season and they are making their marks in our poll.
We are in a quiet stretch of the season with a lot of teams taking weekends off.
There was a lot of agreement among voters, which simply means we are in for a chaotic weekend.
It's a western world and we are all just living in it.
It was a relatively quiet week, but we have a great matchup to look forward to.
This season is showing to be a real rollercoaster for some teams.