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Postseason

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Formats

 

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Boys Ice Hockey Postseason Formats

 

 

    Division I

  • Top 8 teams qualify for the postseason; Rankings are based off a quality points system in which victories over a Cimini Division school/out of state opponent (in league play) accounts for 2 points and a victory over an Eccleston Division team accounts for 1.2 points (regular season division champions receive a bonus point); Teams ranked 1-4 play in the State championship tournament and teams ranked 5-8 play in the Division I championship

 

State

  • No. 1 plays No. 4 and No. 2 plays No. 3 in best of three series in which the winner must win two games (So series could go longer than three games if there are ties)
  • The two semifinal winners face off the third weekend of March for the State championship in a best of three series in which the winner must win two games (So series could go longer than three games if there are ties)

 

Division I

  • No. 5 plays No. 8 and No. 6 plays No. 7 in best of three series in which the winner must win two games (So series could go longer than three games if there are ties)
  • The two semifinal winners face off the third weekend of March for the Division I championship in a best of three series in which the winner must win two games (So series could go longer than three games if there are ties)

 

    Division II

  • The top 8 teams qualify for the postseason and the three division regular season champions are seeded 1, 2 and 3
  • In the quarterfinals No. 1 plays No. 8, No. 2 plays No. 7, No. 3 plays No. 6, and No. 4 plays No. 5 in best of three series where the winner must win two games (So series could go longer than three games if there are ties)
  • In the semifinals the highest-seeded quarterfinal series winner faces the lowest-seeded quarterfinal series winner and the other two quarterfinal winners face off against one another in best of three series where the winner must win two games (So series could go longer than three games if there are ties)
  • The two semifinal winners face off the third weekend of March for the championship in a best of three series in which the winner must win two games (So series could go longer than three games if there are ties)

 

Division III

  • Top 4 teams qualify for the postseason
  • In the semifinals No. 1 plays the No. 4 and No. 2 plays No. 3 in best of three series where the winner must win two games (So series could go longer than three games if there are ties)
  • The two semifinal winners face off the third weekend of March for the championship in a best of three series in which the winner must win two games (So series could go longer than three games if there are ties)

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