Monday, December 14, 2009

Mavericks in eighth

While Minnesota State was sweeping a nonconference series against Bemidji State over the weekend, eight other WCHA teams were in action against each other to finish up the first half of the league schedule (14 games). When all was said and done, the Mavericks ended up in eighth place, two points behind Minnesota, three points behind North Dakota and five points out of a top-five spot.

Here's where things stand through the first half:

1. Denver 9-3-2 (11-5-2) 20 points
2. Colorado College 8-3-3 (11-4-3) 19
3. Wisconsin 8-4-2 (11-5-2) 18
4. Minnesota Duluth 8-5-1 (11-6-1) 17
5. St. Cloud State 7-5-2 (8-7-3) 16
6. North Dakota 6-6-2 (9-6-3) 14
7. Minnesota 6-7-1 (8-9-1) 13
8. Minnesota State 5-8-1 (9-8-1) 11
9. Anchorage 4-10-0 (6-12-0) 8
10. Michigan Tech 2-12-0 (3-13-0) 4

2 comments:

Nation said...

How is Eriah Hayes? Is he going to be able to play this weekend? What was the actual injury?

reganmchale said...
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