2017-18 Standings Presented by U.S. Army ROTC

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Overall
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LEAGUE PTS W-L-T PCT GP GF GA W-L-T PCT GP GF GA L10 STRK
1. Cornell 34 16-2-2 0.850 20 54 26 22-3-2 0.852 27 82 38 8-1-1 Won 3
2. Union 30 15-5 0.750 20 65 44 20-13-1 0.603 34 105 86 9-1 Won 5
3, Clarkson 26 11-5-4 0.650 20 67 44 19-8-5 0.672 32 100 60 1-5-4 Lost 2
4. Harvard 25 11-6-3 0.625 20 63 42 13-10-4 0.556 27 83 65 5-4-1 Won 3
5. Dartmouth 21 10-9-1 0.525 20 49 62 12-13-2 0.481 27 64 82 6-4 Won 2
6. Colgate 20 9-9-2 0.500 20 43 43 13-14-5 0.484 32 73 74 3-6-1 Won 1
7. (t) Princeton 19 9-10-1 0.475 20 70 73 12-12-3 0.500 27 93 90 6-4 Lost 1
7. (t) Yale 19 9-10-1 0.475 20 61 52 14-12-1 0.537 27 79 72 6-4 Lost 1
9. Quinnipiac 18 8-10-2 0.450 20 54 50 13-15-4 0.469 32 90 87 5-3-2 Won 1
10. Brown 11 5-14-1 0.275 20 36 59 6-17-4 0.296 27 55 85 1-8-1 Lost 5
11. Rensselaer 10 4-14-2 0.250 20 41 77 5-23-4 0.219 32 67 115 2-8 Lost 3
12. St. Lawrence 7 3-16-1 0.175 20 38 69 7-23-2 0.250 32 69 109 3-7 Lost 3
* Tournament Champion
x - Clinched Playoff Berth
# - Indicates Tournament Seed
e - Eliminated from Playoff Contention

Head to Head

Please Read From Top to Bottom, Not Left to Right for Accurate Stats
  BRN CLK COL COR DAR HAR PRI QUI RPI STL UNI YAL
Brown
XXX W, 5-3
T, 2-2
W, 2-1
W, 3-1
W, 3-1
W, 2-1
W, 4-3

W, 3-0

L, 3-0
W, 7-2
W, 5-0
W, 3-0
L, 5-4
L, 2-1
L, 3-1
W, 3-2
W, 3-1
W, 2-0
L, 4-1
W, 5-2
Clarkson
L, 5-3
T, 2-2
XXX L, 5-2
T, 4-4
L, 4-0
T, 0-0
W, 3-2
W, 3-2
T, 6-6
W, 5-2
W, 4-3

W, 4-1

L, 6-0
L, 3-0
L, 3-1
L, 4-2
L, 3-2
L, 4-1
L, 4-1
L, 4-1
Colgate
L, 2-1
L, 3-1
W, 5-2
T, 4-4
XXX W, 2-0
W, 2-0
L, 3-2
W, 2-1
L, 2-1
L, 2-0
T, 0-0
L, 4-0
L, 4-1
W, 4-3
L, 3-0

L, 3-1
W, 5-2
W, 3-1

W, 5-1
W, 4-3
Cornell
L, 3-1
L, 2-1
W, 4-0
T, 0-0
L, 2-0
L, 2-0
XXX L, 3-0
L, 3-1
L, 3-2
L, 3-0
L, 5-4
L, 7-1
L, 2-1
L, 1-0
W, 2-1

L, 6-1
L, 1-0
L, 4-3

T, 3-3
L, 3-2
Dartmouth
L, 4-3

L, 3-2
L, 3-2
W, 3-2
L, 2-1
W, 3-0
W, 3-1
XXX W, 5-0
W, 4-1
W, 9-2
W, 6-3
T, 0-0
L, 4-3
L, 6-5
L, 7-3
L, 3-2
L, 3-1
W, 4-1
W, 2-1
L, 3-1

Harvard
L, 3-0

T, 6-6
L, 5-2
W, 2-1
W, 2-0
W, 3-2
W, 3-0
L, 5-0
L, 4-1
XXX L, 5-2
L, 3-1
L, 6-2
T, 2-2
L, 3-0
T, 2-2
L, 4-3
L, 5-0
L, 4-3
W, 3-1
W, 5-2

Princeton
W, 3-0
L, 7-2
L, 4-3

T, 0-0
W, 4-0
W, 5-4
W, 7-1
L, 9-2
L, 6-3
W, 5-2
W, 3-1
XXX W, 6-2
L, 5-3
L, 6-2
L, 7-2
L, 5-4

W, 4-3
W, 4-1
L, 5-4
W, 7-2
Quinnipiac
L, 5-0
L, 3-0
L, 4-1

W, 4-1
L, 4-3
W, 2-1
W, 1-0
T, 0-0
W, 4-3
W, 6-2
T, 2-2
L, 6-2
W, 5-3
XXX W, 5-3
L, 4-1
L, 5-2

W, 4-1
W, 5-2
L, 3-0
W, 3-2
Rensselaer
W, 5-4
W, 2-1
W, 6-0
W, 3-0
W, 3-0

L, 2-1

W, 6-5
W, 7-3
W, 3-0
T, 2-2
W, 6-2
W, 7-2
L, 5-3
W, 4-1
XXX T, 4-4
L, 2-1
W, 4-3
W, 4-2
L, 2-1
W, 5-1
St. Lawrence
W, 3-1
L, 3-2
W, 3-1
W, 4-2
W, 3-1
L, 5-2
W, 6-1
W, 1-0
W, 3-2
W, 3-1
W, 4-3
W, 5-0
W, 5-4

W, 5-2

T, 4-4
W, 2-1
XXX W, 3-1
W, 5-4
W, 6-1
L, 1-0
Union
L, 3-1
L, 2-0
W, 3-2
W, 4-1
L, 3-1

W, 4-3

L, 4-1
L, 2-1
W, 4-3
L, 3-1
L, 4-3
L, 4-1
L, 4-1
L, 5-2
L, 4-3
L, 4-2
L, 3-1
L, 5-4
XXX W, 5-3
L, 3-2
Yale
W, 4-1
L, 5-2
W, 4-1
W, 4-1
L, 5-1
L, 4-3
T, 3-3
W, 3-2
W, 3-1

L, 5-2

W, 5-4
L, 7-2
W, 3-0
L, 3-2
W, 2-1
L, 5-1
L, 6-1
W, 1-0
L, 5-3
W, 3-2
XXX

Tie-Breaking Procedures for Championship Seeding

ALBANY, N.Y. -- Following are the ECAC Men's Hockey Championship policies pertaining to seeding and tie-breaking procedures.

Seeding for championship competition is based on total points accumulated during league contests. In the event teams are tied in the final regular-season standings, the following tiebreakers (listed in order of application) shall be used to determine seeding. (Note: Only League games apply):

  1. Comparison of game results between tied teams (head to head).
  2. Wins.
  3. Comparison of results of games against the top four teams.
  4. Comparison of results of games against the top eight teams.
  5. Goal differential in head-to-head competition.
  6. Goal differential in games against the top four teams.
  7. Goal differential in games against the top eight teams.

In the case of ties among three or more schools, the criteria will be used in order until a team, or teams, is separated from the pack. At that point, the process will begin anew to break the "new" tie. In other words, when a four-way tie becomes a three-way tie, the three-way tie is treated as a "new" tie and the process begins with the first criterion.