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. The V-Reds lost four first-place votes to the No. 2-ranked Redmen this week, earning 12 No. 1 nods - and 165 points - from the national media panel compared to five – and 148 points - for their Montreal rivals. After opening the regular season with seven straight wins, UNB (9-2-1) lost a game for the third consecutive week this past weekend, dropping a 3-2 decision to UPEI on Friday night. The University Cup champs rebounded on Sunday however with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over the No. 3 Moncton Aigles Bleus. McGill (10-1-2), meanwhile, kept rolling in the OUA conference, shutting out Queens 6-0 in its lone outing of the week. Rounding out the new media poll are Moncton (9-3-0), up two positions; Western Ontario (9-1-2), which stays put at No. 4; No. 5 Alberta (8-2-2) and No. 6 Acadia (8-3-1), both up one position; No. 7 Saskatchewan (7-2-2), down four spots; No. 8 Lakehead (11-3-0), up one; No. 9 Calgary (9-5-0), unranked a week ago; and Manitoba (7-3-2), down two spots to No. 10. No. 3 Moncton beat St. Thomas 3-2 in its first game of the past weekend on Friday to keep pace with UNB in the AUS standings. After 12 matches, the Aigles Bleus trail the V-Reds by a single point in the Atlantic. No. 4 Western beat UOIT 5-3 on Friday but lost 5-4 to Laurier on Saturday. Prior to that setback against the Golden Hawks, the Mustangs were the last team in the country without a regulation loss in conference play. Saskatchewan was the biggest loser in this weeks Top 10 following a two-game sweep at the hands of Calgary, 3-2 and 4-3 in overtime. CIS MENS HOCKEY TOP 10 (#6) Voting is based on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis, with a 1st place vote worth 10 points. The CIS Mens Ice Hockey Top Ten Committee is made up of media members from across Canada. (regular season record) / votes (first-place votes) / (previous rankings) 1. UNB (9-2-1) / 165 pts (12) / (1)2. McGill (10-1-2) / 148 (5) / (2)3. Moncton (9-3-0) / 107 / (5)4. Western Ontario (9-1-2) / 104 / (4) 5. Alberta (8-2-2) / 102 / (6)6. Acadia (8-3-1) / 80 / (7)7. Saskatchewan (7-2-2) / 71 / (3) 8. Lakehead (11-3-0) / 63 / (9)9. Calgary (9-5-0) / 43 / (NR)10. Manitoba (7-3-2) / 22 / (8) Branden Albert Jersey
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. Parker scored 32 points and the San Antonio led by as many as 31 on its way to a 119-96 victory over the Dallas Mavericks, closing out a stressful first-round series Sunday in seven games.Just when it looked like the field was reeling him in, Patrick Chan has raised his game and distanced himself from the pack. Breaking three of his own world records on his way to winning in Paris, Chan silenced the critics and left the audiences standing in appreciation and awe. Of course with the Olympics still over two months away, the questions are being asked; Is he ready too soon? Has he peaked too early? I personally believe there is nothing better for building confidence than knowing what perfect feels like, especially in back-to-back skates. This is something that has eluded Chan in the past. He has had a history of building a lead in the short and hanging on in the long, and of moments of brilliance followed by untimely baubles and stumbles. Now he knows what clean feels like and that he has the mind for it. What we saw in Paris from Chan was consistency and that, combined with his explosive power, was in a word - impressive. Impressive to watch. Intimidating for his competition, who now know that the game has just changed and they need to step up. In this seasons scores, Chans total in Paris has out-pointed the field by almost 30. Heading into the Grand Prix Final next week in Japan, all eyes are on Chan. He takes on the seasons top finishers and the phenomenal Japanese men; three of whom have qualified in the spots behind Chan and are hoping to gain some help with some home field advantage. A similar situation is unfolding in the pairs this season with the Russian team of Tatiana Volososhar and Maxim Trankov. What Chan did in Paris, they did in both of their competitions. They literally did not put a foot wrong in any program in either competition. The nine judges give a score for each element in the program (jumps, spins, steps, lifts) based on the quality of the element. The scores they give range from minus- 3 to plus- 3. Ninteen elements in two programs and they did not receive one minus, on any element, from any judge. All plus- 2 and plus- 3 with a sprinkling of ones. That just doesnt happen early in the season in the pairs event, where the programs are filled with high risk elements, the margin of error is great, and it takes a season for the teams to fully meld with the nuances of the choreography, the hidden technical difficulties and with each other. This season the Russians set and now own the three world records for highest short, free and total scores. This is a team with a clear focus. Untill the Vancouver Olympics, Russia held the longest unbroken gold medal streak in the Winter Games. Adam Joseph Duhe Jersey
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