Continuing on, if Moncton wins the AUS, and the rankings don't change (but they probably would a bit), and Sask wins CanWest, then the OUA (McGill or Western) would get the #1 seed, Sask the #2 seed and Moncton the #3 seed and UNB would revert to the host entry seeding (#5 or #6, whichever makes the pools easier to sort out).
In this scenario Sask and Moncton would be in one pool with the McGill/Western loser while McGill/Western winner would be with UNB and the third OUA team (Windsor or UQTR).
However if Calgary wins CanWest, and they're still ranked behind Moncton, and Moncton wins AUS, then Moncton would be seeded higher than Calgary and get the #2 spot. It wouldn't change the pools, but it could change who gets to play opening afternoon (which I believe is highest vs lowest in the pool).
actually i am very well entertained here in Winnipeg as a hockey enthusiast! We all are actually!
love the Bison games of course but we have another team which I like to follow as well.
they were playing a team from Buffalo NY.
my tickets were good and the result was even better....
how was Sinfeld!was it a repeat?
Interesting to see UNB with the same number of points, but with fewer #1 selections. Hard to believe someone changed their vote to McGill with UNB sweeping UdeM and McGill winning a single road game against UWO.
UNB - Lost a #1 vote to McGill, but gained a 2nd place vote to remain net-zero. McG - Gained a #1 vote, but consolidated the #2 votes except for one as the top three have to be Conf. Champions and USask wasn't in the top 3 since Christmas. In week #17 they were not the solid #2 selection (3/9/5 count is the best combination to get 151, but there are other combinations). At the time - looks like a one-third were leaning towards UWO or UMan/USask