In the final USCHO.com college men’s hockey poll released Monday, the University of North Dakota finished ranked second behind No.1 Cornell.

Cornell received 25 first-place votes and 954 total points while UND received 16 first-place votes and 943 total votes. Before the men’s hockey season was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, Cornell had a 23-2-4 record and UND had a 26-5-4 record.

Here how the rest of the final poll looks:

3. Minnesota-Mankato, 31-5-2 (six first-place votes, 926 total votes). 4. Boston College, 24-8-2 (two first-place votes, 833 total votes). 5. Minnesota-Duluth, 22-10-2 (one first-place vote, 811 total votes). 6. Denver, 21-9-6 (739 total votes). 7. Clarkson, 23-8-3 (684). 8. Penn State, 20-10-4 (649). 9. Massachusetts, 21-11-2 (619). 10. Ohio State, 20-11-5 (537).

11. Bemidji State, 22-10-5 (467). 12. UMass-Lowell, 18-10-6 (448). 13. Arizona State, 22-11-3 (362). 14. Quinnipiac, 21-11-2 (323). 15. Maine, 18-11-5 (301). 16. Western Michigan, 18-13-5 (229). 17. Michigan, 18-14-4 (210). 18. Minnesota, 16-14-7 (124). 19. Northeastern, 18-13-3 (105). 20. American International, 21-12-1 (77).