Big Ten Men’s Hockey Standings: Where Your Team Ranks

Keep up with the latest Big Ten Men’s Hockey Standings and see where your team ranks in the conference.

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Big Ten Men’s hockey standings Where Your Team Ranks

-Michigan is in the lead with 28 points
-Minnesota is in 2nd place with 27 points
--Ohio State is in 3rd place with 26 points
--Penn State is in 4th place with 23 points
-Wisconsin is in 5th place with 20 points
--Notre Dame is in 6th place with 16 points
--Michigan State is in 7th place with 11 points

The Top Five Teams in the Big Ten

The 2018-19 college hockey season is in Full Swing with conference play beginning to heat up across the country. In the Big Ten there are a number of teams vying for the top spot, but a few have emerged as the clear contenders. Here’s a look at the five teams that currently sit atop the Conference Standings

1. University of Minnesota
2. University of Notre Dame
3. Ohio State University
4. University of Michigan
5. Penn State University

The Bottom Five Teams in the Big Ten

In the latest updated standings for the Big Ten Men’s Hockey conference the bottom five teams are as follows:
5. Penn State Nittany Lions (7-12-1, 3-7-1-0 B1G)
4. Michigan Wolverines (7-11-2, 3-7-0-2 B1G)
3. Ohio State Buckeyes (6-13-2, 0-9-2 B1G)
2. Wisconsin Badgers (6 -14 -2 , 2 -10 -0 -2 B1G)
1. Northwestern Wildcats (3–17–1 , 1 –11 –0 –0 B1G)

The Middle of the Pack in the Big Ten

9. Northwestern (5-7-2, 1-3-2-1)

The Wildcats have quietly had a decent conference season thus far and are currently in the thick of the playoff hunt. They have wins over Minnesota and Wisconsin, but their recent loss to Michigan has them on the outside looking in at the moment. They’ll need to win some key games down the stretch to solidify their spot in the postseason.

The Battle for First Place in the Big Ten

The Big Ten Conference is one of the most competitive in all of college hockey This season is no different, with several teams vying for first place. As of February 12, 2020, here is where each team stands in the conference standings:

1. Ohio State Buckeyes – 28 points
2. Penn State Nittany Lions – 27 points
3. Minnesota Golden Gophers – 26 points
4. Michigan Wolverines – 23 points
5. Wisconsin Badgers – 19 points
6. Notre Dame Fighting Irish – 17 points
7. Michigan State Spartans – 16 points
8. Northwestern Wildcats – 12 points
9. Iowa Hawkeyes – 11 points
10. Purdue Boilermakers – 8 points

The Battle for the Bottom of the Big Ten

The bottom four teams in the Big Ten Standings are currently separated by just three points, with Michigan State Ohio State and Penn State all within striking distance of each other. The four teams have all played 20 conference games, and they all have seven games remaining.

Here is a look at the standings:

1. Minnesota 26-4-0 (20-2-0)
2. Notre Dame 20-8-2 (15-6-1)
3. Michigan 18-9-3 (13-7-2)
4. Wisconsin 15-11-4 (11-9-3)
5. Northwestern 13-12-5 (10-10-4)
6. Michigan State 12-15-3 (8-12--2)
7. Ohio State 11--16--3 (8--12--2) 8. Penn State 10--17--3 (6--14--2)

The Battle for a Playoff Spot in the Big Ten

with only a few weeks of conference play remaining, the battle for a playoff spot in the Big Ten is heating up. Here’s a look at where each team stands in the standings, as well as their remaining schedule.

-Michigan: 18-3-3 (9-2-2-2 Big Ten)

The Wolverines currently sit atop the Big Ten standings and have clinched a spot in the conference tournament They have an excellent chance to earn the No. 1 seed in the tournament, as they have three games remaining against teams below them in the standings.

Schedule: vs. Wisconsin (2/21), vs. Minnesota (2/22), at Ohio State (2/28)

--Ohio State 16-7-4 (9-4-1-0 Big Ten)
The Buckeyes are currently second in the Big Ten standings and have also clinched a spot in the conference tournament They have a good chance to earn one of the top two seeds in the tournament, as they have three games remaining against teams below them in the standings.
Schedule: vs. Penn State (2/21), at Michigan State (2/22), vs. Michigan (2/28)

The Battle for Home Ice Advantage in the Big Ten

The Battle for Home Ice Advantage in the Big Ten
With only a few weeks remaining in the regular season every game is critical for teams vying for home ice advantage in the Big Ten Tournament As of February 18, here’s where each team stands in the standings.

Ohio State is currently in first place with an overall record of 18-9-4 and a conference record of 12-6-4. They have clinched a first-round bye and are guaranteed to finish no lower than third place.

Michigan is in second place with an overall record of 19-10-3 and a conference record of 11-8-3. They have also clinched a first-round bye and can finish no lower than third place.

Penn State is third with an overall record of 17-11-4 and a conference record of 10-9-3. They can finish as high as second place or as low as sixth place.

Wisconsin is fourth with an overall record of 15-13-5 and a conference record of 10-10-4. They can finish as high as second place or as low as seventh place.

Michigan State is fifth with an overall record of 16-13-3 and a conference record of 9-11=2. They can finish as high as fourth place or as low seventh place.

Notre Dame is sixth with an overall record of 15=14=4 and a conference record of 8=11–3..They can finish as high fifth place or as low eighth place..

Northwestern is seventh with an overall record 0f 11–17–4 and 7–12–3 in conference play..They can finish no higher than seventh but could still make the tournament if they win the Conference Tournament .

Purdue is eighth with 0verall 0f 10–18–4 and 5=15–2 against conference opponents..They must win the conference tournament to make the NCAA tournament .

The Battle for the regular season Championship in the Big Ten

As we approach the final weeks of the Regular Season the race for the Big Ten Men’s Hockey regular season championship is heating up. Here is a look at where each team stands and what they need to do to secure the title.

1. Michigan (17-3-3, 12-2-3 Big Ten)
The Wolverines have been atop the standings for most of the season and currently sit in first place. They have a two-point lead over second place Minnesota. Michigan has five games remaining, including four against ranked opponents. They will need to keep winning to hold off the other teams in contention for the title.

2. Minnesota (16-5-2, 11-4-1 Big Ten)
The Golden Gophers are in second place and just two points behind Michigan. They have six games remaining, four of which are against ranked teams. Minnesota will need to win those games to have a chance at claiming the Regular Season championship.

3. Penn State (16-5-2, 9-4-2 Big Ten)
The Nittany Lions are in third place, four points behind Michigan. They have five games remaining, three of which are against ranked opponents. Penn State will need to win those games and get some help from other teams to move up in the standings.

4. Ohio State (15-6-2, 10-5-1 Big Ten)
The Buckeyes are in fourth place, five points behind Michigan. They have five games remaining, three of which are against ranked opponents. Ohio State will need to win those games and get some help from other teams to move up in the standings

The Battle for the Big Ten Tournament Championship

As the college hockey season nears its end, the top teams in the Big Ten are starting to jockey for position in the conference standings. The Big Ten Tournament will be held March 20-23 at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, and the winner will receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament Here’s a look at where each team stands heading into the final few weeks of the season.

1. Michigan Wolverines (20-4-4, 12-2-2 Big Ten) – First place in conference, four points ahead of second-place Minnesota

2. Minnesota Golden Gophers (19-6-3, 10-4-2 Big Ten) – Second place in conference, four points behind first-place Michigan

3. Ohio State Buckeyes (19-8-1, 9-6-1 Big Ten) – Tied for third place in conference with Wisconsin, one point behind second-place Minnesota

4. Wisconsin Badgers (20-8-1, 9=6=1 Big Ten) – Tied for third place in conference with Ohio State one point behind second=place Minnesota

5. Penn State Nittany Lions (15--6--5 , 8--5--3 Big Ten) – Fifth place in conference, three points behind third=place Wisconsin and Ohio State

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