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January 31 2010 at 10:07 AM
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So who is in and who is out?

 
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January 31 2010, 11:07 AM 

machahockey.com


its on the front page.

 
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January 31 2010, 1:03 PM 

It'll be updated tomorrow...

Gold looks like this:

1)ISU 12-4
2)Mo State 12-4
3)SIUE Gold 11-3-1-1
4)Iowa 9-3 (4 GR)
5)SLU 8-6
6)Mizzou 5-6-1

All have clinched playoff spots; Iowa controls their destiny, as 4 wins gets them 1st.

Silver South

1)Mo State* 10-2
2)RMU-P 8-2-0-2
t3)McKendree 8-4
t3)RMU-S 8-4
5)SIUE 6-5-1
6)Bradley 6-4

Tie breaker info is supposed to be sent to me shortly,

Next Week:
RMU-P vs Bradley
RMU-S vs SIUE
McK vs WIU


 
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February 3 2010, 2:59 PM 

What does "Superior Points Percentage" mean?

 
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February 3 2010, 3:39 PM 

Superior Points Percentage (only used to determine playoff positioning #1-2, #3-6 in the event of a tie) will put everyone on the same playing field as not all of the teams making playoffs will have played the same amount of games.

So, should a team from the Silver North finish with 20 pts, and a team from the Silver South finish with 20 pts, the tiebreaker would go to the Silver North team as they have put together the same amount of points in a lesser amount of games (SN Team 20pts/12 games = 1.6 PPG; SS Team 20pts/14 games = 1.42 PPG ).

 
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February 4 2010, 5:37 AM 

Wait just a second, is that SLU finishing lower then last season. Hmmmm....trend?

 
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February 3 2010, 7:36 PM 

does 3-1 get them 1st? with the tiebreakers?

 
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February 3 2010, 9:12 PM 

wrong thread

 
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February 3 2010, 10:54 PM 

what is the tie breaker to establish who gets in for each silver division.

If northwestern wins Friday and then wins in ot on saturday both teams will have 15 pts

who makes the playoffs

 
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February 4 2010, 12:20 AM 

ISU, they own the #1 tiebreaker, Overall wins.


 
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February 4 2010, 12:31 AM 

but they would both have 12 wins

 
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February 4 2010, 9:29 AM 

This is about ISU/Northwestern Silver tiebreaker...Iowa talk is in the other thread

 
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February 5 2010, 2:05 AM 

Goal Differential, if Northwestern wins both games then they will by definition have a better head-to-head goal differential, therefore they have the playoff spot...
But it doesn't matter, they need to win both games anyway.

 
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February 5 2010, 2:15 AM 

Northwestern would have to win both games in regulation against ISU to have a shot at playoffs. A Win and OT win would create a tie for both ISU and NW, but because ISU has 7 wins to NW's 6, ISU-Icebirds gets the nod.

Overall Wins is the first tie breaker. Head to head being 2nd

 
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