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Re: Division Standings
« on: September 27, 2019, 02:55:04 pm »
Do any of you know how the Division Standings are calculated? I am a math junkie and I am trying to figure out the standings from a statistics point of view.

The marginal points are based on the margin of victory (or loss) in each Divisional Game with no more than 8 points awarded/subtracted for a single game.

So if Team A beats Team B by a score of 8-0, then Team A is awarded 8 marginal points for that game while Team B is awarded -8 marginal points. If Team A wins the game 14-12 over Team B, then Team A gets 2 marginal points while Team B gets -2 marginal points.

The maximum number of marginal points for any games that went into overtime shall be plus or minus one point.

If two division teams have the same number of marginal points at the end of the season, then the winner of head-to-head gets the tie-breaker. If three division teams are tied on marginal points, then it gets a little more complicated with a coin-toss involved in the decision.

I hope this helps.
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