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    Re: The Greatest Programs of All-Time: #1 - #60

    How many years has this been going on?
    Nobody ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CommAvHusky View Post
    How many years has this been going on?
    Dunno, but FS23 is the real deal; I met him in Durham about this time last year. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CommAvHusky View Post
    How many years has this been going on?
    I've been doing mine for a decade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    Dunno, but FS23 is the real deal; I met him in Durham about this time last year. :-)
    That was a lot of fun. My brother-in-law still talks about the UNH band.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post
    That was a lot of fun. My brother-in-law still talks about the UNH band.
    And, the UNH president sat in playing clarinet! How cool is dat? :-)
    Last edited by Snively65; 10-12-2019 at 10:21 PM.

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    Snively65,

    Did you send me your writeups for the rest of the Hockey East schools? I don't see it. If so, just let me know what date it was sent, and I will go through and find it. Thanks again for the help!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post
    Snively65,

    Did you send me your writeups for the rest of the Hockey East schools? I don't see it. If so, just let me know what date it was sent, and I will go through and find it. Thanks again for the help!
    Still working on them, FS. Should be able to send you from office computer on Tuesday, if that works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    Still working on them, FS. Should be able to send you from office computer on Tuesday, if that works.
    That will be great. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post
    That will be great. Thanks!
    Oops, can we wait another week to this coming Tuesday? I have two done, two partially done, and three to begin.

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    Re: The Greatest Programs of All-Time: #1 - #60

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    Oops, can we wait another week to this coming Tuesday? I have two done, two partially done, and three to begin.
    No worries. I'm going to post #1-35, and you can feel free to add your summaries whenever you get the chance.
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    #31 – Northeastern Huskies
    Points: 35.3837
    Points in 2018-2019: 1.8854 (Rank: 13)
    Points in the 2010s: 11.0256 (Rank: 24)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2016 Midwest Regional Semifinalist, 2018 Northeast Regional Semifinalist, 2019 East Regional Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: Hockey East Regular Season Runner-up – 2017-2018, 2018-2019. Hockey East Tournament Champions – 2016, 2019.

    . – Snively65


    #32 – Colgate Raiders
    Points: 33.2541
    Points in 2018-2019: -0.0449 (Rank: 50)
    Points in the 2010s: 5.5542 (Rank: 32)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2014 Midwest Regional Semifinalist
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: ECAC Regular Season Runner-up – 2013-2014. ECAC Tournament Runner-up – 2014, 2015.

    The Raiders began the decade with three up-and-down seasons, then had their best success in the middle of the decade. Colgate’s only trip to the national tournament in the decade was in 2014 – a 1-0 loss to Ferris State. That season also included one of Colgate’s four trips to the league final four; two semifinal losses in 2011 & 2012, and two final losses in 2014 & 2015. This year Colgate finished 10th in the ECAC, and were then swept by Union in the first round of the playoffs. This was the 4th straight year without a winning record for Colgate, as they finished the year with 10 wins – a year after finishing .500. – drshoen


    #33 – Ohio State Buckeyes
    Points: 28.289
    Points in 2018-2019: 2.2697 (Rank: 11)
    Points in the 2010s: 11.3484 (Rank: 22)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2017 West Regional Semifinalist, 2018 NCAA Semifinalist, 2019 West Regional Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: Big Ten Regular Season Champions – 2018-2019. Big Ten Tournament Runner-up – 2014, 2018.


    #34 – Massachusetts Lowell Riverhawks
    Points: 24.1698
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.1894 (Rank: 30)
    Points in the 2010s: 17.1699 (Rank: 19)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2012 East Regional Finalist, 2013 NCAA Semifinalist, 2014 Northeast Regional Finalist, 2016 East Regional Finalist, 2017 Northeast Regional Finalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: Hockey East Regular Season Champions – 2012-2013, 2016-2017. Hockey East Tournament Champions – 2013, 2014, 2017.

    . – Snively65


    #35 – Brown Bears
    Points: 22.7718
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.1275 (Rank: 33)
    Points in the 2010s: 4.2648 (Rank: 36)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: None
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: ECAC Tournament Runner-up – 2013.

    The Bears finished above .500 only twice in the decade; in 2012-2013, and in the just-completed 2018-19 season. In both of those years, Brown rode long playoff runs to get there. Brown finished in 7th in the league in 2012-13, and finished 8th in the league this past year. In both those years, they then got on a roll to the league final four. In 2012-13 Brown went to the final game, losing to Union; in 2018-19 they lost to Cornell in the semi-final. – drshoen
    North Dakota
    National Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000, 2016

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    #26 – Quinnipiac Bobcats
    Points: 50.9583
    Points in 2018-2019: 6.3696 (Rank: 3)
    Points in the 2010s: 47.3855 (Rank: 8)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2013 NCAA National Runner-up, 2014 East Regional Semifinalist, 2015 West Regional Semifinalist, 2016 NCAA National Runner-up, 2019 Midwest Regional Finalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: ECAC Regular Season Champions – 2012-2013, 2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2018-2019. ECAC Tournament Champions – 2016.

    The Bobcats really began getting national notice in 2012-2013, when they won their first regular season ECAC title, and then went all the way to the NCAA final – losing to in-state and league rival Yale. That season was the first of four straight NCAA tournament bids, including another title game loss in 2015-2016 to North Dakota. In that same four year span, the Bobcats won three regular season titles and their only ECAC tournament title. Quinnipiac had a losing record in 2017-2018 for the first time since 1995-1996, when they were a Division II independent. The Bobcats came back in 2018-2019 and won the regular season title, and made the NCAA tournament. – drshoen


    #27 – Miami Redhawks
    Points: 49.1487
    Points in 2018-2019: -0.1684 (Rank: 56)
    Points in the 2010s: 20.1672 (Rank: 17)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2010 NCAA Semifinalist, 2011 Northeast Regional Semifinalist, 2012 East Regional Semifinalist, 2013 Midwest Regional Semifinalist, 2015 East Regional Semifinalist
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: 2011 CCHA Regular Season Champions. 2011 CCHA Tournament Champions. 2015 NCHC Tournament Champions.

    The decade started with a lot of optimism after getting to the national championship game in 2009. It was a tough ending however, as the Redhawks gave up 2 goals in the last minute of the third period and falling in overtime to BU. Miami followed up with a great season in ’09-’10, winning 29 games, the CCHA regular season title and getting to the Frozen Four before falling to eventual champs BC. They had three consecutive 20+ win seasons and won the regular season championship title in the final year of the CCHA in ’12-’13. Life in the NCHC has been challenging, with only one 20+ win season and losing seasons in the last four, which resulted in the firing of long-time coach Enrico Blasi. New coach Chris Bergeron will hope to turn the program around in the upcoming season. – SiouxfaninSeattle


    #28 – Dartmouth Big Green
    Points: 40.8896
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.1438 (Rank: 35)
    Points in the 2010s: 5.5354 (Rank: 32)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: None
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: ECAC Regular Season 3rd Place Finish – 2010-2011. ECAC Tournament Semifinalist – 2011, 2016.

    The Big Green finished above .500 four times in the decade, but never won more than 19 games in a season. Dartmouth only made the league final four once in the decade, losing in the semifinal to Quinnipiac in 2015-2016. Bob Gaudet finished his 22nd season coaching Dartmouth this year. – drshoen

    #29 – Ferris State Bulldogs
    Points: 36.5458
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.0246 (Rank: 39)
    Points in the 2010s: 29.1405 (Rank: 14)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2012 NCAA National Runner-up, 2014 Midwest Regional Finalist, 2016 West Regional Finalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: CCHA Regular Season Champions – 2011-2012. WCHA Regular Season Champions – 2013-2014. WCHA Tournament Champions – 2016.


    #30 – St. Cloud State Huskies
    Points: 36.0412
    Points in 2018-2019: 27.3873 (Rank: 16)
    Points in the 2010s: 3.8677 (Rank: 7)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2013 NCAA Semifinalist, 2014 West Regional Finalist, 2015 West Regional Finalist, 2016 West Regional Semifinalist, 2018 West Regional Semifinalist, 2019 West Regional Semifinalist
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: WCHA Regular Season Champions – 2012-2013. NCHC Regular Season Champions – 2013-2014, 2017-2018, 2018-2019. NCHC Tournament Champions – 2016.

    The decade was a very successful one for the Huskies, with only two seasons under .500 and six trips to the NCAA tournament. They won the conference regular season championship in their last year in the WCHA (2012-2013), and won the NCHC regular season championship three times – 2013-2014, 2017-2018 and 2018-2019. The regular season championship in 2012-2013 was the first for the school in division one. SCSU also won the NCHC tournament championship in 2016. The Huskies were the number one overall seed in the ’18 and ’19 NCAA tournament but fell to the number sixteen seed both years. It looks like the program is in good hands in head coach Brett Larson, who guided the team to a 30 win season in his first year behind the bench. Picking up more hardware will continue the Huskies rise in the rankings. – SiouxfaninSeattle
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    #21 – Northern Michigan Wildcats
    Points: 82.7138
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.6665 (Rank: 17)
    Points in the 2010s: 4.4576 (Rank: 35)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2010 West Regional Semifinalist
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: WCHA Regular Season Runner-up – 2017-2018, 2018-2019. WCHA Tournament Runner-up – 2018.



    #22 – Yale Bulldogs
    Points: 76.6158
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.3165 (Rank: 22)
    Points in the 2010s: 51.5087 (Rank: 7)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2010 Northeast Regional Finalist, 2011 East Regional Finalist, 2013 NCAA National Champions, 2015 Northeast Regional Semifinalist, 2016 NCAA East Regional Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: ECAC Regular Season Champions – 2009-2010. ECAC Tournament Champions – 2011.

    The Bulldogs started the decade winning the league tournament and returning to the NCAA tournament for the third straight year. After a down year, the Bulldogs went all the way to the NCAA title in 2012-13, beating Quinnipiac in an all ECAC final. Yale had only one losing season in the decade in 2016-2017, and finished at .500 the last two years. In addition to their title year, Yale made the NCAA tournament three other times in the decade.. – drshoen


    #23 – St. Lawrence Saints
    Points: 67.6502
    Points in 2018-2019: -0.8496 (Rank: 59)
    Points in the 2010s: 3.3038 (Rank: 40)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: None
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: ECAC Regular Season Runner-up – 2014-2015. ECAC Tournament Semifinalist – 2010, 2015, 2016.

    The Saints began the decade with below .500 seasons in the last two years under Joe Marsh. Greg Carvel was hired, and had 3 of 4 years of winning hockey before moving on to UMass. Mark Morris wan brought in, then fired at the end of this season after finishing 12th in the 12 team ECAC for consecutive seasons. After a lengthy search, SLU hired Brent Brekke, long-time assistant coach for his first head coaching job. St. Lawrence finished the decade without a regular season or conference tournament championship, and did not play in the national tournament in the 2010s.. – drshoen

    #24 – Notre Dame Fighting Irish
    Points: 66.6457
    Points in 2018-2019: 3.9938 (Rank: 5)
    Points in the 2010s: 33.078 (Rank: 12)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2011 NCAA Semifinalist, 2013 Midwest Regional Semifinalist, 2014 West Regional Semifinalist, 2016 Midwest Regional Semifinalist, 2017 NCAA Semifinalist, 2018 NCAA National Runner-up, 2019 Northeast Regional Finalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: Big Ten Regular Season Champions – 2017-2018. CCHA Tournament Champions – 2013. Big Ten Tournament Champions – 2018, 2019.


    #25 – Union Dutchmen
    Points: 64.3818
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.2370 (Rank: 26)
    Points in the 2010s: 63.9769 (Rank: 5)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2011 East Regional Semifinalist, 2012 NCAA Semifinalist, 2013 East Regional Finalist, 2014 NCAA National Champions, 2017 Midwest Regional Semifinalist
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: ECAC Regular Season Champions – 2010-2011, 2011-2012, 2013-2014, 2016-2017. ECAC Tournament Champions – 2012, 2013, 2014.

    The Dutchmen began the decade with their first regular season title and their first NCAA tournament game. In the next season they won the regular season, the league tournament, and the NCAA East regional, before losing to Ferris State in the Frozen Four. Union continued to play at a high level. The next year brought another league tournament; then in 2013-14, Union won the regular season, league tournament, and the NCAA tournament (the second straight tournament won by an ECAC team). Union also won the regular season in 2016-2017, and finished above .500 every year except for the 2015-2016 year. – drshoen
    North Dakota
    National Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000, 2016

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    #16 – Clarkson Golden Knights
    Points: 134.3428
    Points in 2018-2019: 3.3162 (Rank: 9)
    Points in the 2010s: 9.4269 (Rank: 27)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2018 East Regional Semifinalist, 2019 Northeast Regional Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: ECAC Regular Season 3rd Place Finish – 2017-2018, 2018-2019. ECAC Tournament Champions – 2019.

    The Golden Knights started off poorly in the decade, with four losing seasons in the first five. The 2013-2014 season was the first year of the decade that they won a playoff round. They then had four straight winning seasons. In 2017-18, Clarkson returned to the league final four for the first time since 2006-2007; they won the semifinal, then lost to Princeton in the final. Clarkson made their first NCAA tournament since 2007-2008. Then in 2018-2019, Clarkson went one game better, beating Cornell in the league tournament final in overtime. They made the NCAA tournament again, and lost to Notre Dame in overtime. – drshoen


    #17 – Rensselaer Engineers
    Points: 100.1314
    Points in 2018-2019: -0.1353 (Rank: 54)
    Points in the 2010s: 2.2161 (Rank: 47)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2011 Midwest Regional Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: ECAC Regular Season Runner-up – 2012-2013. ECAC Tournament Quarterfinalist – 2013, 2015, 2016.

    The Engineers returned to the NCAA tournament in 2011 for the first time since 1995. Unfortunately, that return lasted one game, a 6-0 shutout to North Dakota. The Engineers have not returned to the NCAA tournament since. Only three times in the decade did RPI win their 1st playoff round, and they lost in the 2nd round all three times. The 2nd season under Dave Smith showed some improvement, with the Engineers winning 10 games – their highest total in the last three seasons. RPI finished in 11th in the ECAC, and was swept by Yale in the first round of the playoffs. – drshoen


    #18 – Providence Friars
    Points: 89.7338
    Points in 2018-2019: 3.4849 (Rank: 8)
    Points in the 2010s: 51.6114 (Rank: 6)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2014 East Regional Finalist, 2015 NCAA National Champions, 2016 Northeast Regional Semifinalist, 2017 East Regional Semifinalist, 2018 East Regional Finalist, 2019 NCAA Semifinalist
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: Hockey East Regular Season Champions – 2015-2016. Hockey East Tournament Runner-up – 2018.

    . – Snively65

    #19 – New Hampshire Wildcats
    Points: 88.3376
    Points in 2018-2019: -0.0898 (Rank: 52)
    Points in the 2010s: 14.8045 (Rank: 21)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2010 East Regional Finalist, 2011 Northeast Regional Finalist, 2013 Northeast Regional Finalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: Hockey East Regular Season Champions – 2009-2010. Hockey East Tournament Runner-up – 2014.

    . – Snively65


    #20 – Bowling Green Falcons
    Points: 83.1679
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.7242 (Rank: 16)
    Points in the 2010s: 3.0678 (Rank: 42)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2019 Midwest Regional Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: WCHA Regular Season 3rd Place Finish – 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2017-2018, 2018-2019. WCHA Tournament Runner-Up – 2017, 2019.
    North Dakota
    National Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000, 2016

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    #11 – Cornell Big Red
    Points: 168.2105
    Points in 2018-2019: 4.9633 (Rank: 4)
    Points in the 2010s: 16.9315 (Rank: 20)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2010 East Regional Semifinalist, 2012 Midwest Regional Finalist, 2017 Northeast Regional Semifinalist, 2018 Northeast Regional Semifinalist, 2019 East Regional Finalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: ECAC Regular Season Champions – 2017-2018, 2018-2019. ECAC Tournament Champions – 2010.

    The Big Red began the decade with three winning seasons and one NCAA tournament berth in 2011-2012. Since 2015-2016, Cornell has had four straight winning seasons, with the last three over .600. In 2017-2018, the Big Red won the regular season title for the first time since 2004-2005, and in 2018-2019 they were an overtime goal away from their first league tournament title since 2009-2010. Cornell made the NCAA tournament four times in the decade, including the last three seasons. Cornell beat Northeastern in the first round of the 2018-2019 NCAA tournament, before losing to Providence in the East Region final.. – drshoen


    #12 – Michigan Tech Huskies
    Points: 166.9672
    Points in 2018-2019: -0.1012 (Rank: 53)
    Points in the 2010s: 10.4619 (Rank: 26)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2015 West Regional Semifinalist, 2017 Midwest Regional Semifinalist, 2018 East Regional Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: WCHA Regular Season Champions – 2015-2016. WCHA Tournament Champions – 2017, 2018.



    #13 – Lake Superior State Lakers
    Points: 154.8024
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.6179 (Rank: 20)
    Points in the 2010s: 1.214 (Rank: 52)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: None
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: WCHA Regular Season 4th Place Finish – 2018-2019. WCHA Tournament Semifinalist – 2019.


    #14 – Colorado College Tigers
    Points: 147.113
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.0338 (Rank: 37)
    Points in the 2010s: 4.756 (Rank: 34)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2011 West Regional Finalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: WCHA Tournament Runner-Up – 2013.

    The Tigers had a good start to the decade, beating defending national champion BC before falling to Michigan in 2011 in the West Regional. They followed that up with another strong season in ’11-’12, with a record of 18-16-2. But CC has not had a winning record since, going 70-135-22 from ’13-’14 to last season. Long-time coach Scott Owens resigned after the ’13-’14 season, handing over the reins to Mike Haviland, who hasn’t had a +.500 season although the team has improved to double digit wins the past two seasons and made their first trip to the NCHC Frozen Faceoff last season. The Tigers look to improve again this season with two grad transfers joining the team (and losing one grad transfer). Anything less than a winning season will likely result in a fall in these rankings. – SiouxfaninSeattle


    #15 – Harvard Crimson
    Points: 146.9728
    Points in 2018-2019: 1.5134 (Rank: 14)
    Points in the 2010s: 27.8834 (Rank: 15)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2015 Midwest Regional Semifinalist, 2016 Northeast Regional Semifinalist, 2017 NCAA Semifinalist, 2019 Northeast Regional Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: ECAC Regular Season Champions – 2016-2017. ECAC Tournament Champions – 2015, 2017.

    The Crimson started the decade slowly, finishing below .500 in three of the first four years. In 2014-2015, the turnaround began, with a league tournament title and a return to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2005-2006. The next four seasons brought continued success, with three NCAA tournament appearances (including a trip to the Frozen Four in 2016-2017). Harvard also won the regular season and tournament in 2016-2017, and (perhaps most importantly) won the Beanpot tournament, defeating Boston University in the final. – drshoen
    North Dakota
    National Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000, 2016

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    #6 – Boston University Terriers
    Points: 381.4177
    Points in 2018-2019: -1.4849 (Rank: 60)
    Points in the 2010s: 36.5528 (Rank: 11)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2012 West Regional Semifinalist, 2015 NCAA National Runner-Up, 2016 West Regional Semifinalist, 2017 West Regional Finalist, 2018 Northeast Regional Finalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: Hockey East Regular Season Champions – 2014-2015, 2016-2017. Hockey East Tournament Champions – 2015, 2018.

    . – Snively65


    #7 – Wisconsin Badgers
    Points: 346.9685
    Points in 2018-2019: -0.0095 (Rank: 45)
    Points in the 2010s: 30.2851 (Rank: 14)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2010 NCAA National Runner-up, 2013 Northeast Regional Semifinalist, 2014 Midwest Regional Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: WCHA Regular Season Runner-up – 2009-2010. Big Ten Regular Season Runner-up – 2013-2014, 2016-207. WCHA Tournament Champions – 2013. Big Ten Tournament Champions – 2014.



    #8 – Michigan State Spartans
    Points: 233.3541
    Points in 2018-2019: 1.1214 (Rank: 15)
    Points in the 2010s: 2.2713 (Rank: 45)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: None
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: CCHA Regular Season Runner-up – 2009-2010. Big Ten Regular Season Runner-up – 2014-2015. Big Ten Tournament Semifinalist – 2015, 2016.


    #9 – Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs
    Points: 207.5204
    Points in 2018-2019: 40.0512 (Rank: 1)
    Points in the 2010s: 140.9796 (Rank: 1)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2011 NCAA National Champions, 2012 Northeast Regional Finalist, 2015 Northeast Regional Finalist, 2016 Northeast Regional Finalist, 2017 NCAA National Runner-up, 2018 NCAA National Champions, 2019 NCAA National Champions
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: WCHA Regular Season Runner-up – 2011-2012. NCHC Regular Season Runner-up – 2016-2017, 2018-2019. NCHC Tournament Champions – 2017, 2019.

    The unquestionable team of the decade is the UMD Bulldogs, with national championships in 2011, 2018 and 2019, as well as a 2nd place finish in 2017. The only years they didn’t make the national tournament were 2013 and 2014. Along the way they also won the NCHC playoffs in 2017 and 2019. Their success resulted in an offer for head coach Scott Sandelin to go to the NHL, but he decided to stay at UMD and was rewarded with a four year contract extension. Although they lost two players to early signings the Bulldogs look to be in great shape to continue their success and climb in these rankings. – SiouxfaninSeattle


    #10 – Maine Black Bears
    Points: 173.4251
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.0114 (Rank: 40)
    Points in the 2010s: 0.0427 (Rank: 58)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2012 Northeast Regional Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: Hockey East Regular Season 3rd Place Finish – 2009-2010. Hockey East Tournament Runner-up – 2010, 2012.

    . – Snively65
    North Dakota
    National Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000, 2016

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    #1 – Michigan Wolverines
    Points: 509.0714
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.6355 (Rank: 18)
    Points in the 2010s: 36.8509 (Rank: 10)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2011 NCAA National Runner-up, 2012 Midwest Regional Semifinalist, 2016 Midwest Regional Finalist, 2018 NCAA Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: CCHA Regular Season Champions – 2010-2011. CCHA Tournament Champions – 2010. Big Ten Tournament Champions – 2016.


    #2 – North Dakota Fighting Hawks
    Points: 507.3485
    Points in 2018-2019: -0.2573 (Rank: 57)
    Points in the 2010s: 97.344 (Rank: 3)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2010 Northeast Regional Semifinalist, 2011 NCAA Semifinalist, 2012 West Regional Finalist, 2013 West Regional Finalist, 2014 NCAA Semifinalist, 2015 NCAA Semifinalist, 2016 NCAA National Champions, 2017 West Regional Semifinalist
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: WCHA Regular Season Champions – 2010-2011. NCHC Regular Season Champions – 2014-2015, 2015-2016. WCHA Tournament Champions – 2010, 2011, 2012.

    The decade was a mixed bag for North Dakota. The National Championship in 2016 was the team’s first since 2000, and eighth in program history, but was followed up by two seasons of not making the national tournament, breaking a streak of 15 straight trips to the tournament. Coach Dave Hakstol guided the team to the tournament every season in the 11 years that he was at North Dakota but only made it to the championship game once. He left for the head coach job at Philadelphia in the NHL after the ’14-’15 season. Long-time player/assistant coach Brad Berry was announced as the new head coach the same day as Hakstol left for Philadelphia. Berry started his career on a high note, becoming the first coach to win a D1 championship in his first year. The fans are becoming restless after two seasons of mediocrity and the team will need to return to the tournament if they expect to take back the number one spot in these rankings. – SiouxfaninSeattle


    #3 – Minnesota Golden Gophers
    Points: 444.9405
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.2941 (Rank: 23)
    Points in the 2010s: 47.0573 (Rank: 9)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2012 NCAA Semifinalist, 2013 West Regional Semifinalist, 2014 NCAA National Runner-up, 2015 Northeast Regional Semifinalist, 2017 Northeast Regional Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: WCHA Regular Season Champions – 2011-2012, 2012-203. Big Ten Regular Season Champions – 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2016-2017. Big Ten Tournament Champions – 2015.

    #4 – Denver Pioneers
    Points: 423.2155
    Points in 2018-2019: 3.8818 (Rank: 6)
    Points in the 2010s: 92.8215 (Rank: 4)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2010 East Regional Semifinalist, 2011 Midwest Regional Finalist, 2012 Midwest Regional Semifinalist, 2013 Northeast Regional Semifinalist, 2014 Northeast Regional Semifinalist, 2015 East Regional Finalist, 2016 NCAA Semifinalist, 2017 NCAA National Champions, 2018 Midwest Regional Finalist, 2019 NCAA Semifinalist
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: WCHA Regular Season Champions – 2009-2010. NCHC Regular Season Champions – 2016-2017. NCHC Tournament Champions – 2014, 2018.

    The Pioneers made the national tournament every year in the decade and are riding a 12 year streak of appearances in the national tournament, currently the longest streak in college hockey, and are well positioned for another trip to the tournament this season. The culmination of their success was winning the National Championship in 2017. Head coach Jim Montgomery took advantage of his success with the program and left after the 2017-2018 season for the head coach job with the Dallas Stars. It looks like he left the team in capable hands as first year coach David Carle, the youngest coach in D1 hockey, took the team back to the national tournament. If DU can continue the results of the past decade they stand in good shape to move up a notch in these rankings. – SiouxfaninSeattle


    #5 – Boston College Eagles
    Points: 382.9426
    Points in 2018-2019: -0.4955 (Rank: 58)
    Points in the 2010s: 115.8383 (Rank: 2)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2010 NCAA National Champions, 2011 West Regional Semifinalist, 2012 NCAA National Champions, 2013 East Regional Semifinalist, 2014 NCAA Semifinalist, 2015 East Regional Semifinalist, 2016 NCAA Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: Hockey East Regular Season Champions – 2010-2011, 2011-2012, 2013-2014, 2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-2018. Hockey East Tournament Champions – 2010, 2011, 2012.

    . – Snively65
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    Re: The Greatest Programs of All-Time: #1 - #60

    Quote Originally Posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post
    #21 – Northern Michigan Wildcats
    Points: 82.7138
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.6665 (Rank: 17)
    Points in the 2010s: 4.4576 (Rank: 35)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2010 West Regional Semifinalist
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: WCHA Regular Season Runner-up – 2017-2018, 2018-2019. WCHA Tournament Runner-up – 2018.



    #22 – Yale Bulldogs
    Points: 76.6158
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.3165 (Rank: 22)
    Points in the 2010s: 51.5087 (Rank: 7)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2010 Northeast Regional Finalist, 2011 East Regional Finalist, 2013 NCAA National Champions, 2015 Northeast Regional Semifinalist, 2016 NCAA East Regional Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: ECAC Regular Season Champions – 2009-2010. ECAC Tournament Champions – 2011.

    The Bulldogs started the decade winning the league tournament and returning to the NCAA tournament for the third straight year. After a down year, the Bulldogs went all the way to the NCAA title in 2012-13, beating Quinnipiac in an all ECAC final. Yale had only one losing season in the decade in 2016-2017, and finished at .500 the last two years. In addition to their title year, Yale made the NCAA tournament three other times in the decade.. – drshoen


    #23 – St. Lawrence Saints
    Points: 67.6502
    Points in 2018-2019: -0.8496 (Rank: 59)
    Points in the 2010s: 3.3038 (Rank: 40)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: None
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: ECAC Regular Season Runner-up – 2014-2015. ECAC Tournament Semifinalist – 2010, 2015, 2016.

    The Saints began the decade with below .500 seasons in the last two years under Joe Marsh. Greg Carvel was hired, and had 3 of 4 years of winning hockey before moving on to UMass. Mark Morris wan brought in, then fired at the end of this season after finishing 12th in the 12 team ECAC for consecutive seasons. After a lengthy search, SLU hired Brent Brekke, long-time assistant coach for his first head coaching job. St. Lawrence finished the decade without a regular season or conference tournament championship, and did not play in the national tournament in the 2010s.. – drshoen

    #24 – Notre Dame Fighting Irish
    Points: 66.6457
    Points in 2018-2019: 3.9938 (Rank: 5)
    Points in the 2010s: 33.078 (Rank: 12)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2011 NCAA Semifinalist, 2013 Midwest Regional Semifinalist, 2014 West Regional Semifinalist, 2016 Midwest Regional Semifinalist, 2017 NCAA Semifinalist, 2018 NCAA National Runner-up, 2019 Northeast Regional Finalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: Big Ten Regular Season Champions – 2017-2018. CCHA Tournament Champions – 2013. Big Ten Tournament Champions – 2018, 2019.


    #25 – Union Dutchmen
    Points: 64.3818
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.2370 (Rank: 26)
    Points in the 2010s: 63.9769 (Rank: 5)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2011 East Regional Semifinalist, 2012 NCAA Semifinalist, 2013 East Regional Finalist, 2014 NCAA National Champions, 2017 Midwest Regional Semifinalist
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: ECAC Regular Season Champions – 2010-2011, 2011-2012, 2013-2014, 2016-2017. ECAC Tournament Champions – 2012, 2013, 2014.

    The Dutchmen began the decade with their first regular season title and their first NCAA tournament game. In the next season they won the regular season, the league tournament, and the NCAA East regional, before losing to Ferris State in the Frozen Four. Union continued to play at a high level. The next year brought another league tournament; then in 2013-14, Union won the regular season, league tournament, and the NCAA tournament (the second straight tournament won by an ECAC team). Union also won the regular season in 2016-2017, and finished above .500 every year except for the 2015-2016 year. – drshoen
    **** Union was almost #26!
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    Re: The Greatest Programs of All-Time: #1 - #60

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    #6 – Boston University Terriers
    Points: 381.4177
    Points in 2018-2019: -1.4849 (Rank: 60)
    Points in the 2010s: 36.5528 (Rank: 11)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2012 West Regional Semifinalist, 2015 NCAA National Runner-Up, 2016 West Regional Semifinalist, 2017 West Regional Finalist, 2018 Northeast Regional Finalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: Hockey East Regular Season Champions – 2014-2015, 2016-2017. Hockey East Tournament Champions – 2015, 2018.

    . – Snively65


    #7 – Wisconsin Badgers
    Points: 346.9685
    Points in 2018-2019: -0.0095 (Rank: 45)
    Points in the 2010s: 30.2851 (Rank: 14)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2010 NCAA National Runner-up, 2013 Northeast Regional Semifinalist, 2014 Midwest Regional Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: WCHA Regular Season Runner-up – 2009-2010. Big Ten Regular Season Runner-up – 2013-2014, 2016-207. WCHA Tournament Champions – 2013. Big Ten Tournament Champions – 2014.



    #8 – Michigan State Spartans
    Points: 233.3541
    Points in 2018-2019: 1.1214 (Rank: 15)
    Points in the 2010s: 2.2713 (Rank: 45)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: None
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: CCHA Regular Season Runner-up – 2009-2010. Big Ten Regular Season Runner-up – 2014-2015. Big Ten Tournament Semifinalist – 2015, 2016.


    #9 – Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs
    Points: 207.5204
    Points in 2018-2019: 40.0512 (Rank: 1)
    Points in the 2010s: 140.9796 (Rank: 1)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2011 NCAA National Champions, 2012 Northeast Regional Finalist, 2015 Northeast Regional Finalist, 2016 Northeast Regional Finalist, 2017 NCAA National Runner-up, 2018 NCAA National Champions, 2019 NCAA National Champions
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: WCHA Regular Season Runner-up – 2011-2012. NCHC Regular Season Runner-up – 2016-2017, 2018-2019. NCHC Tournament Champions – 2017, 2019.

    The unquestionable team of the decade is the UMD Bulldogs, with national championships in 2011, 2018 and 2019, as well as a 2nd place finish in 2017. The only years they didn’t make the national tournament were 2013 and 2014. Along the way they also won the NCHC playoffs in 2017 and 2019. Their success resulted in an offer for head coach Scott Sandelin to go to the NHL, but he decided to stay at UMD and was rewarded with a four year contract extension. Although they lost two players to early signings the Bulldogs look to be in great shape to continue their success and climb in these rankings. – SiouxfaninSeattle


    #10 – Maine Black Bears
    Points: 173.4251
    Points in 2018-2019: 0.0114 (Rank: 40)
    Points in the 2010s: 0.0427 (Rank: 58)
    NCAA Achievements in the Decade: 2012 Northeast Regional Semifinalist.
    Conference Achievements in the Decade: Hockey East Regular Season 3rd Place Finish – 2009-2010. Hockey East Tournament Runner-up – 2010, 2012.

    . – Snively65
    Pretty awesome to see UMD in the top 10. I think they were about 15 in prior years that this was done. Thanks everyone for doing this. Its fun to read
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