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vicb
09-16-2011, 06:58 PM
Yes ECAC Hockey Fans, back by popular demand (I Hope) is your ECAC Pick The Standings Contest for 2011-2012.

Go Puckman is the defending champion in the contest. The contest is easy. Pick the ECAC Standings at the end of the 2011-2012 season in order from 1-12 (no ties). Playoff seedings determine the position of the teams incase of a regular season tie. You accumulate points based on the difference squared of the position you pick for each team vs the teams actual finish. If you pick RPI first and they finish first you accumulate 0 points. If they finish 2nd, you accumulate 1 point, 3rd 4 points, 4th 9 points etc. LOWEST SCORE IS THE WINNER . You have until the puck drops on the first League game at 7PM on Tuesday night November 1 when the Quinnipiac Bobcats go to Hobey Baker Rink to play the Princeton Tigers.

Tie breakers are:

Pick correctly the ECACHL Regular Season Champ.
Have the most teams in the correct order of finish.
Have the most top 6 teams in the correct order of finish.
I will flip a coin .

You can change your picks at any time up till the drop of the puck of the first league game, however DO NOT EDIT THE ORIGINAL PICKS . Just put up a new post with your change.

Good luck to all.

DrDemento
09-16-2011, 07:54 PM
Vic-although Jenny and i are usually among the first entrants-this year we will make our selections a bit later. Neither of us has had a chance to review the teams of the ECAC yet as we have had a number of unexpected events here to deal with. It probably won't make much difference and jenny will probably beat me as she does most years. Hope all is well-and thanks for starting this yearly tradition.

FlagDUDE08
09-16-2011, 08:19 PM
Alright, time for my first draft...

1. Dartmouth. Yes they lost Estoclet, but aside from that, not all that much.
2. Yale. Although teams are starting to figure out how to play against that European style.
3. Cornell. Why? Because it's Cornell.
4. Colgate. It's a glimmer of light from the previous playoff run that will persevere.
5. Princeton. Why not?
6. RPI. I'm following Kepler's third law of the ECAC, and putting them smack dab in the middle.
7. Q-Pac. I almost always just stick them in the middle somewhere.
8. SLU. As always, 2 or 3 positions simply because of Joe Marsh.
9. CCT goes here.
10. Union. Kinkaid is what kept that team where they were last year. (Cue Hokydad's insult in 3... 2... 1...)
11. Harvard. Still having a rough go at it.
12. Brown. Sorry guys, just the perennial basement dwellers.

These will probably change in a few weeks, but first in.

fishcore12
09-16-2011, 09:41 PM
Here is my one and only list....I will go with whatever I put down, I have no shame in not winning.

1. Yale
2. Cornell
3. Dartmouth
4. Colgate
5. RPI
6. Union
7. Brown
8. Princeton
9. SLU
10. Q-Pac
11. Clarkson
12. Harvard

apple2k
09-16-2011, 10:03 PM
It's never too early to maintain my also-ran status!
1. Union
2. Yale
3. Cornell
4. Dartmouth
5. Quinnipiac
6. SLU
7. Colgate
8. RPI
9. Princeton
10. Clarkson
11. Harvard
12. Brown
These are my picks, and I'm stickin' with 'em, no matter how ridiculous they seem. But I wish I could pick the Larries a bit higher. Sigh.

JennyRN
09-17-2011, 12:02 PM
Always early with these-since thinking about it doesn't seem to help at all-

1-Yale
2-RPI
3-Cornell
4-Dartmouth
5-Union
6-Colgate
7-Quinnipiac
8-St Lawrence
9-Clarkson
10-Princeton
11-Harvard
12-Brown

DrDemento
09-17-2011, 12:04 PM
Now that I see what Jenny has picked I can fearlessly post miine

1-Yale
2-RPI
3-Dartmoth
4-Cornell
5-Union
6-Colgate
7-SLU
8-Quinnipiac
9-Princeton
10-Clarkson
11-Brown
12-Harvard

allnightwong
09-17-2011, 12:26 PM
1. Union
2. Yale
3. Cornell
4. Quinnipiac
5. Dartmouth
6. RPI
7. St. Lawrence
8. Harvard
9. Colgate
10. Clarkson
11. Brown
12. Princeton

The year the Q gets a bye. Good freshmen class, only losing Hansen...all good things outta Hamden.

KnucklePuckCU
09-17-2011, 01:42 PM
1. Yale
2. Dartmouth
3. RPI
4. Cornell
5. Clarkson
6. Union
7. SLU
8. Quinnipiac
9. Princeton
10. Harvard
11. Colgate
12. Brown

vicb
09-18-2011, 06:52 AM
Off to a slow start with the predictions. After 7 contestants
<pre>
1 Yale 1.43
2 Corn 3.14
3 Dart 3.14
4 RPI 4.57
5 Union 4.86
6 Colg 6.71
7 Quinn 7.00
8 SLU 7.43
9 Prin 8.86
10 Clark 9.14
11 Harv 10.71
12 Brown 11.00
</pre>

hockeyenthusiast
09-18-2011, 11:01 AM
First try....

1. Yale
2. Cornell
3. Union
4. Dartmouth
5. SLU
6. Colgate
7. RPI
8. Quinnipiac
9. Princeton
10. Harvard
11. Brown
12. Clarkson

Go Puckman
09-18-2011, 02:51 PM
Hopefully I can repeat my success from last season :)
1. Yale
2. RPI
3. Union
4. Colgate
5. Quinnipiac
6. Dartmouth
7. Cornell
8. SLU
9. Princeton
10. Clarkson
11. Harvard
12. Brown

REDaero91
09-18-2011, 10:55 PM
According to my crystal ball...

1. Yale
2. Cornell
3. RPI
4. Colgate
5. Union
6. Princeton
7. Dartmouth
8. Quinnipiac
9. Clarkson
10. SLU
11. Brown
12. Harvard

lugnut92
09-18-2011, 10:59 PM
I should try this. Time for some blatant bias:

1. RPI
2. Yale
3. Cornell
4. Princeton
5. Dartmouth
6. Union
7. Quinnipiac
8. Colgate
9. Harvard
10. Brown
11. St. Lawrence
12. Clarkson

drshoen
09-19-2011, 09:20 AM
Here goes nothing (and based on past results, this really is nothing):

1. Yale
2. Cornell
3. Dartmouth
4. Union
5. RPI
6. Quinnipiac
7. Clarkson
8. Colgate
9. SLU
10. Princeton
11. Harvard
12. Brown

turk181
09-19-2011, 01:38 PM
1=Cornell
2=Union
3=RPI
4=Yale
5=Quinnipiac
6=Dartmouth
7=Harvard
8=Colgate
9=St.Lawrence
10=Clarkson
11=Princeton
12=Brown

Ralph Baer
09-19-2011, 01:53 PM
1 Yale
2 RPI
3 Cornell
4 Union
5 Quinnipiac
6 Colgate
7 Dartmouth
8 St. Lawrence
9 Harvard
10 Clarkson
11 Princeton
12 Brown

LynahFan
09-19-2011, 02:27 PM
1. Yale
2. Cornell
3. Union
4. RPI
5. Dartmouth
6. Colgate
7. Quinnipiac
8. Clarkson
9. Harvard
10. SLU
11. Princeton
12. Brown

kdiff77
09-19-2011, 02:57 PM
No love for Brown, eh? Okay. We'll see.

1. Yale
2. Cornell
3. Dartmouth
4. Clarkson
5. Union
6. RPI
7. Brown
8. Quinnipiac
9. Princeton
10. Colgate
11. SLU
12. Harvard

Big Papa
09-19-2011, 03:17 PM
1. Union
2. Cornell
3. Dartmouth
4. Clarkson
5. Yale
6. RPI
7. Harvard
8. SLU
9. Quinnipiac
10 . Brown
11. Princeton
12. Colgate