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02-26-2013, 04:39 PM
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QuizGuy66
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 For the sevens (Midwest and Pacific) it looks like this: 32 games vs. Eastern Conference (one home, one away vs. each opponent). 21 games vs. other division in Western Conference (teams with the extra home game will be rotated every season). 29 games vs. own division (you will play one team four times instead of five). For the eights (Atlantic and Central), it looks like this: 28 games vs. Western Conference (one home, one away). 24 games vs. other division in Eastern Conference (teams with the extra home game will be rotated every season). 30 games vs. own division (you'll play two teams five times, and five teams four times). The playing matrix is impossible by the way.
The 7-team divisions can't have each team playing exactly 29 division games. 7 times 29 = 203. Somebody at the NHL failed basic math.

My guess is they go to 30 divisional games in the western conference divisions (play each team 5 times) and then play 6 of the teams in the other division 3 times each and play 1 of the teams in the other division 2 times (a total of 20 games).

-QG