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Tie Breaker Rules
Submitted By Jennifer Mugford on Monday, December 17, 2018
Please read the tie breaker rules for the Lakeshore league to determine the upcoming playdowns.

Lakeshore League Rules

6. TIE BREAKER FORMULA:

League Play:

Where the schedule is balanced if two teams are tied in points at the end of the season

schedule the following procedure will apply to determine ranking for all purposes:

 Head to head record of teams tied, if still tied

 Most wins in league play, if still tied

 Least Goals against, if still tied

 Tie breaker game to determine position within 2 days of season end;

o Coin toss for home ice

o 3 10 minute overtime periods, to be approved by Lakeshore REM if tied at

the end of regulation time, play another game

 

Where the schedule is balanced and three or more teams are tied in points at the end of the season the following procedure will apply to determine ranking for all purposes:

  • Most wins in the season, if still tied remaining tied teams;

  • Least Goals against in the season, if still tied remaining tied teams;

  • Only the tied teams’ head to head scores will be used and if tied then all regular season games scores will be used.

          Example For = 10

           Against = 4

    Percentage 10 / (10+4) = .714

    Note: The higher percentage (1.0 being the highest attainable)

 

 

Where the schedule is not balanced and win % determines standings, if two teams are

tied in win % at the end of the season schedule the following procedure will apply to

determine ranking for all purposes:

 Head to head record of teams tied, if still tied

 Most wins in league play, if still tied

 Least Goals against, if still tied

 Tie breaker game to determine position within 2 days of season end;

o Coin toss for home ice

o 3 10 minute overtime periods, to be approved by Lakeshore REM if tied at

                        the end of regulation time, play another game



OMHA Playdown Round Robin Preliminaries series (Manual of OP’s Pages 133-134)

i) Round robin games may be used in preliminary or

opening round series for seeding or advancing one (1)

or more teams to the next round.

ii) Round Robin series will be a Home and Home format.

iii) Any round robin series shall be decided on a point

system, two (2) points for the win, one (1) point for a

tie.

iv) If at the conclusion of a round robin series there is not

a defined winner an additional game will be played to

determine the winner. The game shall be hosted by

the center with:

(a) the winner of the round robin game between the

two (2) tied teams has Home Ice.

(b) the team with the most wins in Round Robin gains

Home Ice.

(c) if any teams are still tied after (a) and (b) have

been applied, then the team with the best goal

average gains the Home Ice. The goal average of

a team is to be determined in the following

manner: Total number of goals for divided by the

total number of goals (for and against).

Note: Only the tied teams’ head to head scores

will be used and if tied then all round robin games

scores will be used.

Example For = 10

Against = 4

Percentage 10 / (10+4) = .714

Note: The higher percentage (1.0 being the

highest attainable) gains Home Ice.

(d) if three (3) teams or more are tied, the teams tied

will use (c) to determine the two (2) teams playing

in a tie breaker game, the team with the best goal

average will determine Home Ice and the team

with the second highest goal average will be

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