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  • Re: Hockey East: 2019/20 season is Joe Bertagna's last as commish

    Originally posted by ticapnews View Post
    Notice that the article was written back in 2015 and "updated" as recently as last summer. I wonder what the "update" was...
    It looks like it was "updated" right around when the Sun canned him last summer.
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    • Re: Hockey East: 2019/20 season is Joe Bertagna's last as commish

      Unless I made a mistake, I think this is where things stand:


      Team Games Left Current Points Max Points Possible Seed Note
      BC 2 32 36 1 RS Title
      UMass 1 28 30 2-3 Home Ice
      UML 1 27 29 2-5 Playoffs
      UConn 1 26 28 2-5 Playoffs
      Maine 1 25 28 3-7 Playoffs
      BU 2 23 27 3-9
      PC 1 23 25 5-9
      NU 2 21 25 5-9
      UNH 2 20 24 5-9
      MC 0 17 17 10 Eliminated
      UVM 1 8 10 11 Eliminated
      Edit: I was so happy I got the table formatted correctly, I forgot to put some reasoning. Here it is:
      Tie breakers of Note
      UMass over UConn at 28. 1-1 H2H, both 13 conference wins, UMass 1-2 vs BC, Uconn 0-2
      UMass over UML at 28 or 29. 1-1 H2H UMass has 13 conference wins, UML would have 12 or 11
      Maine then UML then BU if three way tie at 27. All 1-1-3 h2h. Maine would have 12 conference wins vs 11 for UML and 11 for BU. UML 1-1 vs BC, BU 0-2.
      UConn then Maine then BU if three way tie at 27. UConn wins 4-1-0 h2h. Maine beats BU 1-0-1 H2H

      Maine can't be caught by both BU and NU as NU needs 4 points, and that would mean BU getting 0
      Last edited by jjmc85; 03-01-2020, 03:15 AM.
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      • Re: Hockey East: 2019/20 season is Joe Bertagna's last as commish

        whereas there were perhaps 6 hea teams in the ncaa tourney a couple weeks, now it is looking like 3


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        • Re: Hockey East: 2019/20 season is Joe Bertagna's last as commish

          Originally posted by jjmc85 View Post
          Unless I made a mistake, I think this is where things stand:


          Team Games Left Current Points Max Points Possible Seed Note
          BC 2 32 36 1 RS Title
          UMass 1 28 30 2-3 Home Ice
          UML 1 27 29 2-5 Playoffs
          UConn 1 26 28 2-5 Playoffs
          Maine 1 25 28 3-7 Playoffs
          BU 2 23 27 3-9
          PC 1 23 25 5-9
          NU 2 21 25 5-9
          UNH 2 20 24 5-9
          MC 0 17 17 10 Eliminated
          UVM 1 8 10 11 Eliminated
          Edit: I was so happy I got the table formatted correctly, I forgot to put some reasoning. Here it is:
          Tie breakers of Note
          UMass over UConn at 28. 1-1 H2H, both 13 conference wins, UMass 1-2 vs BC, Uconn 0-2
          UMass over UML at 28 or 29. 1-1 H2H UMass has 13 conference wins, UML would have 12 or 11
          Maine then UML then BU if three way tie at 27. All 1-1-3 h2h. Maine would have 12 conference wins vs 11 for UML and 11 for BU. UML 1-1 vs BC, BU 0-2.
          UConn then Maine then BU if three way tie at 27. UConn wins 4-1-0 h2h. Maine beats BU 1-0-1 H2H

          Maine can't be caught by both BU and NU as NU needs 4 points, and that would mean BU getting 0
          BU's ceiling is 4 not 3. For BU to get to 27 and tie UML, UML would have to lose to UConn, which would put them at 28 and in 3rd.
          UNH's is 6, not 5. Either BU or NU (or both) will get to 24 points (or more) this weekend. If either gets to 25, UNH can't catch them. If they all end up at 24, UNH loses the 3-way tiebreaker.
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          • Originally posted by jjmc85 View Post
            Unless I made a mistake, I think this is where things stand:


            Team Games Left Current Points Max Points Possible Seed Note
            BC 2 32 36 1 RS Title
            UMass 1 28 30 2-3 Home Ice
            UML 1 27 29 2-5 Playoffs
            UConn 1 26 28 2-5 Playoffs
            Maine 1 25 28 3-7 Playoffs
            BU 2 23 27 3-9
            PC 1 23 25 5-9
            NU 2 21 25 5-9
            UNH 2 20 24 5-9
            MC 0 17 17 10 Eliminated
            UVM 1 8 10 11 Eliminated
            Edit: I was so happy I got the table formatted correctly, I forgot to put some reasoning. Here it is:
            Tie breakers of Note
            UMass over UConn at 28. 1-1 H2H, both 13 conference wins, UMass 1-2 vs BC, Uconn 0-2
            UMass over UML at 28 or 29. 1-1 H2H UMass has 13 conference wins, UML would have 12 or 11
            Maine then UML then BU if three way tie at 27. All 1-1-3 h2h. Maine would have 12 conference wins vs 11 for UML and 11 for BU. UML 1-1 vs BC, BU 0-2.
            UConn then Maine then BU if three way tie at 27. UConn wins 4-1-0 h2h. Maine beats BU 1-0-1 H2H

            Maine can't be caught by both BU and NU as NU needs 4 points, and that would mean BU getting 0
            Maine has one game left so canít get three in the final game..
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            • Re: Hockey East: 2019/20 season is Joe Bertagna's last as commish

              The top four seeds are set.

              Team Points Max Range
              BC 34 36 1
              UMA 30 30 2
              UML 29 29 3
              Me 27 27 4

              UC 26 26 5-6
              BU 25 27 5-6
              PC 23 23 7-8

              NU 21 23 7-9
              UNH 20 22 8-9

              If BU wins tomorrow night, the Terriers finish #5 and will play in Orono. Anything less and they finish sixth and will travel to Lowell.

              Providence has clinched a playoff spot despite the loss. A Northeastern tie or loss and the Friars will finish #7 and go to UMA. A Northeastern win and PC drops to #8 and will go to Conte Forum.

              A UNH win and a Northeastern tie or loss and the Wildcats get the final playoff spot thanks to the third tiebreaker (a win over Boston College). A tie or loss, or a Northeastern win, eliminates New Hampshire. The Huskies can still finish #7 with a win.

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              • Re: Hockey East: 2019/20 season is Joe Bertagna's last as commish

                The quarters are set.

                #8 Providence at #1 Boston College
                #7 Northeastern at #2 Massachusetts
                #6 Boston University at #3 UMass-Lowell
                #5 Connecticut at #4 Maine

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                • Hockey East: 2019/20 season is Joe Bertagna's last as commish

                  Anyone here have a subscription to New England Journal? Jeff Cox tweeted a Hockey East article via the New England Hockey Journal on who will definitely leave and who are potential flight risks. I was hoping to get the list and see what the article says but obviously don't want to pay the ridiculous amount for just 1 article.

                  Screenshots or a list of the teams and players on who is def leaving v flight risk would be appreciative!

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