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Are there ties in Olympic hockey? (NO)

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12-30-2009, 06:13 PM
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Are there ties in Olympic hockey? (NO)

Are there ties in the round robin portion of the Olympics? Or does a shootout determine every game?

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Come on, someone must know this .... throw me a bone ...

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It does not look like it based on the columns. The IIHF decided to implement a stupid rule of having shootouts in round robin games. This has been going on since the 2007 World Juniors I think.

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Are there ties in the round robin portion of the Olympics? Or does a shootout determine every game?
No ties - always a penalty shootout.
But the length of an OT depends on
whether it's a match in RR, PO's or
the final:

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If any Preliminary Round game in either the Men’s or the Women’s tournaments of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games is tied at the end of regulation time, a five-minute overtime period shall be played immediately after an intermission of three minutes. The teams will defend the same goals as in the third period. The game will end when the five minutes has expired or when a goal is scored; the scoring team will be declared the winner. If no goal is scored in the overtime period then the Game Winning Shots Procedure will apply.

If a playoff game, a Qualification Playoff Game, a Quarter Final game, a Semi-Final game or a Bronze Medal game is tied at the end of regulation time, then a ten-minute overtime period shall be played immediately following the completion of an intermission of three minutes. The teams will defend the same goals as in the third period. The game will end when the ten minutes has expired or when a goal is scored; the scoring team will be declared the winner. If no goal is scored in the overtime period then the Game Winning Shots Procedure will apply.

If a Gold Medal Final Game is tied at the end of regulation time, then a twenty-minute overtime period shall be played immediately following the completion of a 15-minute intermission during which the ice will be resurfaced. The teams will change ends for the overtime period. The puck will be faced off at centre ice. The game will end when the twenty minutes has expired or when a goal is scored; the scoring team will be declared the winner. If no goal is scored in the overtime period then the Game Winning Shots Procedure will apply.
More about the playing format here

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4 on 4 OT

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No ties - always a penalty shootout.
But the length of an OT depends on
whether it's a match in RR, PO's or
the final:



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Well, OT will be 4 on 4 for either 5, 10 or 20 minutes. That would be interesting.

Shootout will be like the USA/Canada WJHC game from a couple of years ago.

3 original shooters per side. If still tied after those 1st 3 shooters, you can use the same person over and over again.

If a player's penalty has not expired at the end of OT, he is not eligible to take part in the Shootout. Good rule.

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But boy was the 3-3 tie in 2002 olympics between i think Czech and Canada a good one Also the 2-2 tie between Russia and Usa in 2002

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