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03-27-2006, 06:52 AM
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i habe a quick question please

how do they determine the rank in the standings when montreal and new jersey has the same amount of games with same points and same amount of victories?

most goal for?

best ratio of goals for versus goals against?

thanks a lot,

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I think the next tie-breaker is who won the season series between the 2 teams (if anyone. If the series was a tie, i dont know if they look at goals scored/conceeded though).

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Season series and then goal differential, I think.

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no its actually goal differential first, according to tsn. NJ has a better goal differential thats why they are ahead of mtl

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We had a post about this last week I think.

Someone posted this link:
http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/matchups

The key portion at the bottom of that page:
In the event teams are tied in the standings, the following tiebreakers are applied to determine which team receives the higher seeding.

Tiebreaker
1. Wins
2. Points obtained in games against tied teams
3. Goal differential

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no its actually goal differential first, according to tsn. NJ has a better goal differential thats why they are ahead of mtl
Montreal & NJ have the same # wins but NJ is ahead of Montreal because they lead the season series 2-0, 4pts-0pts (still 2 games to be played). If the season series was tied in points, then the goal differential would kick in, in which case NJ would still be ahead with -7 while the Habs have -9.

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