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  • #16
    Friday, November 5:
    Princeton at Brown: Brown
    Quinnipiac at Yale: Quinnipiac
    Colgate at Dartmouth: Colgate
    Cornell at Harvard: Harvard
    St. Lawrence at RPI: Rensselaer
    Clarkson at Union: Clarkson

    Saturday, November 6:
    Quinnipiac at Brown: Quinnipiac
    Princeton at Yale: Princeton
    Cornell at Dartmouth: Cornell
    Colgate at Harvard: Colgate
    Clarkson at RPI: Clarkson
    St. Lawrence at Union: Union

    Goals: 60

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    • #17
      Friday, November 5:

      Brown
      Quinnipiac
      Colgate
      Harvard
      SLU
      Clarkson

      Saturday, November 6:

      Brown
      Yale
      Cornell
      Harvard
      Clarkson
      SLU

      Goals: 57

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      • #18
        FRI. NOV. 5
        Princeton at Brown
        Quinnipiac at Yale
        Colgate at Dartmouth
        Cornell at Harvard
        St. Lawrence at RPI
        Clarkson at Union

        SAT. NOV. 6
        Quinnipiac at Brown
        Princeton at Yale
        Cornell at Dartmouth
        Colgate at Harvard
        Clarkson at RPI
        St. Lawrence at Union

        Goals: 66
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        • #19
          This may have been mentioned in an earlier thread but how are shootouts treated in this contest? The ECAC counts them in the standings, but not the same as wins in regulation. Overtime wins are not counted as full wins either. OTOH, the NCAA counts the shootouts as ties and counts OT wins as wins, but not the same as the league does.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
            This may have been mentioned in an earlier thread but how are shootouts treated in this contest? The ECAC counts them in the standings, but not the same as wins in regulation. Overtime wins are not counted as full wins either. OTOH, the NCAA counts the shootouts as ties and counts OT wins as wins, but not the same as the league does.
            I just learned about the league's new OT/shootout/point system this week. Each team now has 6 possible outcomes (regulation win/loss, OT win/loss, shootout win/loss) for its games rather than 3 (win, loss, tie).

            To keep scoring and game selection simple:
            • If a game goes to OT and is decided with a goal, you get a point if you correctly picked the winner.
            • If a game goes to a shootout, you get 2 points if you selected "tie" for that game. Picking a team to win in a shootout just doesn't feel right.
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            • #21
              Friday

              Brown
              Q-Pac
              Gate
              Harvard
              RPI
              Clarkson

              Saturday

              Q-Pac
              Yale
              Cornell
              Harvard
              Clarkson
              SLU total 55
              It all starts with the goaltending.

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              • #22
                Friday, November 5:

                Princeton at Brown: Princeton
                Quinnipiac at Yale: Quinnipiac
                Colgate at Dartmouth: Colgate
                Cornell at Harvard: Harvard
                St. Lawrence at RPI: St. Lawrence
                Clarkson at Union: Clarkson

                Saturday, November 6:
                Quinnipiac at Brown: Quinnipiac
                Princeton at Yale: Tie
                Cornell at Dartmouth: Cornell
                Colgate at Harvard: Harvard
                Clarkson at RPI: Clarkson
                St. Lawrence at Union: St. Lawrence

                Goals: 66

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Rainman View Post

                  I just learned about the league's new OT/shootout/point system this week. Each team now has 6 possible outcomes (regulation win/loss, OT win/loss, shootout win/loss) for its games rather than 3 (win, loss, tie).

                  To keep scoring and game selection simple:
                  • If a game goes to OT and is decided with a goal, you get a point if you correctly picked the winner.
                  • If a game goes to a shootout, you get 2 points if you selected "tie" for that game. Picking a team to win in a shootout just doesn't feel right.
                  That was exactly what I hoped you would say.
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                  • #24
                    Upset city last night !
                    It all starts with the goaltending.

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