updating scores

February 10, 2008 on 6:33 pm | In Uncategorized | No Comments

In addition to these score requests, how about a hand for Hunterdon Central? After Sunday’s game with Cranford was canceled due to transportation issues, the team found a way to reschedule the game for today, even though the cancellation would have put Hunterdon Central in the playoffs. That’s classy. The move allowed Summit, whose game today was cancelled to make room, to qualify for the state tournament. Here’s hoping that even if Hunterdon Central loses, coach Chris Mikolajczyk and his team get an at-large bid.

EDIT: Cranford beat Hunterdon Central 4-1. I think every player, coach and team in the state just gained a ton of respect for Hunterdon Central with that move. Hopefully the at-large committee will follow suit.

Holy smokes, we got them! Thanks to many people, but especially Jim McConville, for catching me up with some scores.

Preparing for the state cutoff

February 8, 2008 on 12:10 am | In analysis | No Comments

As a reminder, all games played up to AND INCLUDING Monday, Feb. 11 count toward teams’ records for the state tournament. Apparently shootouts count as wins and losses for the purpose of the state tournament.

With that in mind, here’s a breakdown (which will be updated periodically) of which teams are already in and which teams are on the bubble. If you see a mistake, please send an e-mail to jty [at] njhockey.org.
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tiebreakers

February 5, 2008 on 1:40 am | In analysis | No Comments

I always start getting questions about tiebreakers this time of year. And I always forget how to answer them.

So a year ago, I wrote it down on this blog for future reference. I did a handy-dandy search and came away with the answers. This post explains it all – at least everything I know.

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