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    OK for all you losers in the ECAC Pick the Standings Contest here is your chance to redeem yourselves .

    Congrats to the Cleary Cup winning Yale Bulldogs. Yale, Cornell, Union and Colgate have the Byes for the opening round.

    "Here is how the contest is played. There is both an individual and team contest.
    Please when you make your pick let me know what ECAC team you root for.
    A minimum of 5 players is needed for the team competition.
    Pick who you think will win each of the first round playoff series and what the game count will be.
    As an example:"

    RPI vs Brown. RPI 2-1 or RPI 2-0 or Brown 2-1 or Brown 2-0

    "You get a point for picking the correct winner of the series and a point for each correct total wins for each team.
    Max first round point total per series is 4."

    If RPI wins 2-0 and you pick them to win 2-0 you get 4 points, 1 for RPI as the winner, 2 for each RPI win and 1 for picking Brown to not win a game.
    If RPI wins 2-1 and you pick them to win 2-0 you get 3 points
    If RPI wins 2-0 and you pick Brown to win 2-1 you get 1 point
    If RPI wins 2-0 and you pick Brown to win 2-0 you get 0 points.

    "So here are the first round matchups: PLEASE KEEP YOUR PICKS IN THIS EXACT ORDER AS IT IS EASIER FOR ME TO ENTER THESE IN MY EXCEL SPREAD SHEET TO KEEP SCORE.
    Please use the real team names when you enter your picks.
    Hopefully the first poster will have the order right and everyone can follow after him/her."

    #12 Clarkson @ # 5 SLU
    #11 Brown @ #6 RPI
    #10 Dartmouth @ #7 Quinnipiac
    #9 Harvard @ #8 Princeton

    Example Pick:

    Clarkson 2-0
    Brown 2-1
    Quinnipiac 2-0
    Princeton 2-1
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    Re: ECAC Pick the Playoffs 2010

    #12 Clarkson @ # 5 SLU
    #11 Brown @ #6 RPI :
    #10 Dartmouth @ #7 Quinnipiac
    #9 Harvard @ #8 Princeton

    SLU 2:1
    RPI 2:0
    Dartmouth 2:1
    Princeton 2:1

    Go RPI
    I hope I did this right
    Last edited by Go Puckman; 02-27-2010, 09:52 PM.

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    • #3
      Re: ECAC Pick the Playoffs 2010

      SLU 2-1
      RPI 2-0
      Quinnipiac 2-0
      Princeton 2-1

      Cornell
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      • #4
        Re: ECAC Pick the Playoffs 2010

        SLU 2-1
        Brown 2-1
        Dartmouth 2-1
        Princeton 2-1

        Princeton
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        • #5
          Re: ECAC Pick the Playoffs 2010

          Clarkson 2-1
          RPI 2-1
          Dartmouth 2-1
          Princeton 2-0

          Clarkson

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          • #6
            Re: ECAC Pick the Playoffs 2010

            Clarkson, 2-1
            RPI, 2-0
            Quinnipiac, 2-0
            Princeton, 2-1

            RPI
            Here we come!

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            • #7
              Re: ECAC Pick the Playoffs 2010

              SLU, 2-1
              Hmm... should I follow my heart or my head? My head says 2-0 RPI. My heart says...2-1 RPI. My heart isn't stupid.
              Dartmouth, 2-1
              Princeton, 2-0 (only because I loathe and detest Harvard).



              (Just to clarify, I'm going with my head and picking RPI 2-0).

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              • #8
                Re: ECAC Pick the Playoffs 2010

                2-1 Clarkson
                2-0 RPI
                2-0 QU
                2-1 Princeton

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                • #9
                  Re: ECAC Pick the Playoffs 2010

                  #12 Clarkson @ # 5 SLU: SLU 2-1
                  #11 Brown @ #6 RPI: RPI 2-0
                  #10 Dartmouth @ #7 Quinnipiac: Dartmouth 2-1
                  #9 Harvard @ #8 Princeton: Princeton 2-1

                  Colgate!
                  Last edited by hockeyenthusiast; 02-28-2010, 02:38 AM. Reason: Correction
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                  • #10
                    Re: ECAC Pick the Playoffs 2010

                    #12 Clarkson @ # 5 SLU - SLU 2-0
                    #11 Brown @ #6 RPI - RPI 2-1
                    #10 Dartmouth @ #7 Quinnipiac - Quinnipiac 2 -1
                    #9 Harvard @ #8 Princeton - Harvard 2-1

                    GO DARTMOUTH
                    Let's go Cats!!!

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                    • #11
                      Re: ECAC Pick the Playoffs 2010

                      Originally posted by vicb View Post
                      If RPI wins 2-0 and you pick them to win 2-0 you get 4 points, 1 for RPI as the winner, 2 for each RPI win and 1 for picking Brown to not win a game.
                      If RPI wins 2-1 and you pick them to win 2-0 you get 3 points
                      If RPI wins 2-0 and you pick Brown to win 2-1 you get 1 point
                      If RPI wins 2-0 and you pick Brown to win 2-0 you get 0 points.
                      Hypothetical situation: Brown wins 2-1 and I pick RPI to win 2-1. Does this mean I get 2 pts because I correctly picked each team to get a win?

                      My reasoning tells me that (for each matchup) if you correctly pick the series winner, you earn at least 3 pts.
                      Colgate '09

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                      • #12
                        Re: ECAC Pick the Playoffs 2010

                        SLU 2-1
                        RPI 2-1
                        Quinnipiac 2-1
                        Princeton 2-1
                        Quinnipiac Bobcats
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                        2013 East Regional Champions, Frozen Four
                        2014 East Regional
                        2015 West Regional
                        2016 ECAC Tournament Champions, East Regional Champions, Frozen Four
                        2019 Midwest Regional
                        2021 West Regional
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                        • #13
                          Re: ECAC Pick the Playoffs 2010

                          Originally posted by Rainman View Post
                          Hypothetical situation: Brown wins 2-1 and I pick RPI to win 2-1. Does this mean I get 2 pts because I correctly picked each team to get a win?

                          My reasoning tells me that (for each matchup) if you correctly pick the series winner, you earn at least 3 pts.
                          yes, you only get 2 pts since you did not pick the correct series winner.
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                          • #14
                            Re: ECAC Pick the Playoffs 2010

                            #12 Clarkson @ # 5 SLU
                            #11 Brown @ #6 RPI
                            #10 Dartmouth @ #7 Quinnipiac
                            #9 Harvard @ #8 Princeton

                            SLU 2-1
                            RPI 2-0
                            QU 2-1
                            PR 2-0
                            YALE HOCKEY
                            2013 National Champions

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                            • #15
                              Re: ECAC Pick the Playoffs 2010

                              Just in case, here is the official announcement from the ECAC


                              Feb 27, 2010

                              Championship Seedings Determined

                              ALBANY, N.Y. -- The seedings for the 2010 ECAC Men's Hockey Championship presented by Bank of America and the Hilton Garden Inn, Albany Medical Center are set. The 49th annual championship shall commence March 5-7 and features a 12-team championship field held over three weekends.

                              The tournament field, in order of seeds, feature Yale, Cornell, Union, Colgate, St. Lawrence, Rensselaer, Quinnipiac, Princeton, Harvard, Dartmouth, Brown and Clarkson.

                              Tournament competition features four first-round series conducted at on-campus sites Friday-Sunday, March 5-7; four quarterfinals series at on-campus sites Friday-Sunday, March 12-14; and the championship semifinals, third-place and championship games March 19-20 at the Times Union Center in Albany, New York.

                              The four first-round series feature seed Nos. 5-8 hosting teams seeded Nos. 9-12. All series are best-of-three games. The top four seeds (Yale, Cornell, Union and Colgate) receive first-round byes. First-round matchups feature:

                              No. 12 Clarkson at No. 5 St. Lawrence
                              Friday, March 5 - 7 p.m.
                              Saturday, March 6 - 7 p.m.
                              Sunday, March 7 (if necessary) - 7 p.m.

                              No. 11 Brown at No. 6 Rensselaer
                              Friday, March 5 - 7 p.m.
                              Saturday, March 6 - 7 p.m.
                              Sunday, March 7 (if necessary) - 7 p.m.

                              No. 10 Dartmouth at No. 7 Quinnipiac
                              Friday, March 5 - 7 p.m.
                              Saturday, March 6 - 7 p.m.
                              Sunday, March 7 (if necessary) - 7 p.m.

                              No. 9 Harvard at No. 8 Princeton
                              Friday, March 5 - 7 p.m.
                              Saturday, March 6 - 7 p.m.
                              Sunday, March 7 (if necessary) - 7 p.m.

                              The four first-round series winners advance to quarterfinals action to face the top four seeds. Seed Nos. 1-4 shall host the four first-round series winners. The No. 1 seed shall host the lowest seed advancing from the first round; the No. 2 shall host the second-lowest remaining seed advancing from the first-round series, etc. All series are best-of-three games.

                              The top four teams as determined by the outcome of quarterfinals action shall gather at the Times Union Center to determine the League's 49th champion.

                              The 2010 League champion shall receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Championship.
                              YALE HOCKEY
                              2013 National Champions

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