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    Cornell & Colgate @ RPI & Union (2/23, 2/24)

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    Re: Cornell & Colgate @ RPI & Union (2/23, 2/24)

    I intend on being there on Friday with a friend of mine who is a RPI alumnus. However, I don't think we'll have the pleasure of sitting next to the Cornell band this year since I'd like to be on the side of the ice where the visiting team is more likely to score.

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    Re: Cornell & Colgate @ RPI & Union (2/23, 2/24)

    Following Colgate to Union on Friday and RPI on Saturday, hockey rinks number 75 and 76 for me. Can't wait!

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    Re: Cornell & Colgate @ RPI & Union (2/23, 2/24)

    In the admittedly unlikely but not entirely inconceivable event that RPI were to beat Cornell on Friday night and Union were to beat Colgate, a Union victory on Saturday would leave the Dutchmen tied with the Big Red atop the ECAC standings, 34 points apiece.

    The head-to-head tiebreaker would be an even split. What would be used as the tiebreaker to determine who would be considered the regular season champions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waite21 View Post
    In the admittedly unlikely but not entirely inconceivable event that RPI were to beat Cornell on Friday night and Union were to beat Colgate, a Union victory on Saturday would leave the Dutchmen tied with the Big Red atop the ECAC standings, 34 points apiece.

    The head-to-head tiebreaker would be an even split. What would be used as the tiebreaker to determine who would be considered the regular season champions?
    I believe that Union would be the regular season champions based on a higher number of wins, 17 to 16.

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    Re: Cornell & Colgate @ RPI & Union (2/23, 2/24)

    First tiebreaker head to head, second is number of wins, third is record against top four, fourth is record against top eight.
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    Re: Cornell & Colgate @ RPI & Union (2/23, 2/24)

    Quote Originally Posted by RPI fan 4 life View Post
    I believe that Union would be the regular season champions based on a higher number of wins, 17 to 16.
    This is correct.
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    Re: Cornell & Colgate @ RPI & Union (2/23, 2/24)

    This weekend if Union wins two and Cornell lose two we will share the Cleary Cup and win the league and be the top seed for the tournament. The Cleary cup is solely based on points.
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