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    Quote Originally Posted by chappy View Post
    Don't thank me yet I could have completely misinterpreted/screwed something up!


    Oh like forgetting a scenario where Guelph loses and joins the heap at 5-3....and adds multiple new combinations there (no time to figure those atm).
    Here is one of the multiple combos, with a Guelph loss, from the 16 scenario file that I can access. Here Mac drops drops to six and 2-5 are decided by point differential after this weeks games.


    Scenario #2: Laurier, Toronto, Western, Waterloo win

    8-0 Western #1
    5-3 McMaster #6

    5-3 Guelph TBD
    5-3 Ottawa TBD
    5-3 Waterloo TBD
    5-3 Laurier TBD

    Step 1. Most league wins – Tied 5-3
    Step 2. Record head-to-head – N/A
    Step 3. Point difference in head-to-head – N/A
    Step 4. Record in games within the division – Tied 5-3
    Step 5. Record in games against common opponents
    McMaster Guelph Ottawa Waterloo LaurierWestern (L) Western (L) Western (L) Western (L) Western (L)Carleton (L) Carleton (W) Carleton (W) Carleton (W) Carleton (W)York (W) York (W) York (W) York (W) York (W)1-2 2-1 2-1 2-1 2-1
    McMaster becomes the 6th seed, repeat steps

    Step 1. Most league wins – Tied 5-3
    Step 2. Record head-to-head – N/A
    Step 3. Point difference in head-to-head – N/A
    Step 4. Record in games within the division – Tied 5-3
    Step 5. Record in games against common opponentsGuelph Ottawa Waterloo LaurierWestern (L) Western (L) Western (L) Western (L)Carleton (W) Carleton (W) Carleton (W) Carleton (W)York (W) York (W) York (W) York (W)2-1 2-1 2-1 2-1

    Step 6. Record in games against other teams in the division, in descending order – N/A (see Step 5)Step 7. Point difference in games within the division (+/- 25 max per game)
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