Race for the playoffs
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03-13-2013, 09:00 PM
Join Date: May 2011
Location: kanata, ontario
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London and Erie is meaningless.
If Plymouth beats the Soo, the Soo can't catch up to the Storm. That would guarantee a Kitchener/Guelph matchup, with home ice left to be decided.
Guelph can also clinch 5th place with a win against Kitchener tonight. It would give set them up for a series, with home ice still left to be decided, except tied on points.A Kitchener loss, even in OT, would give OS third place.
Belleville vs Oshawa is the only game in the East. If the game is taken to overtime, Belleville will have clinched their division. This means Oshawa will be stuck at third place.
Back to the race at the bottom of the East.
It says here that the tiebreaker game would be played on Tuesday, and Kingston isn't able to host it.
Brampton vs Peterborough on the last day of the season. If Brampton has 4th place locked up, they'll have nothing to play for and will probably be resting guys. Against a desperate Petes team.
When was the last time there was a tie-breaker game? If there is one, any chance it might be streamed?
As I mentioned before, pretty tough to play the tie-breaking game the night before going into Belleville.
The whole thing seems really strange, even more so that Peterborough would host the game even though they would lose the normal tie-breaker (wins) because the arena in Kingston is booked. At worst they should play in Belleville. At best they should play Monday in Kingston.
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