According to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport website on Tuesday, the University of Calgary Dinos are still ranked second in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport men's hockey rankings despite an undefeated start to the 2013-14 hockey season.
The Dinos are at 15-0-1, but are controversially still raked second in the CIS behind their provincial rival, the University of Alberta Golden Bears, who at 14-2, are three points back of the Dinos in the Canada West standings.
Whether they are ranked second or first, it has been a great start to the season for the Dinos, who are becoming the most successful hockey team in Calgary by a significant margin.
In 16 games, the Dinos have outscored their opponents 76-25, including a 9-0 thrashing over the University of Regina on Saturday night at Father David Bauer Arena. Defencemen Kodie Curran and Giffen Nyren were each a +6. Chris Collins meanwhile leads the Dinos with 24 points in 16 games and is a remarkable +30.
The Dinos next play the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns on January 10.