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Scored by Michael_G on 01/28/13 at 05:41AM | Closed on 01/26/13 at 04:00PM
FanIQ Pts? 8 | NHL, San Jose Sharks, Boston Bruins | Multiple Choice Prediction Poll
Teams:  Los Angeles Kings
Team Breakout:
Correct Answer12 Fans 
  1. Who wins (10 points)
8%a. Colorado Avalanche (1-1)
Correct92%b. San Jose Sharks (2-0)
  2. Who wins (10 points)
33%a. Toronto Maple Leafs (2-1)
Correct67%b. New York Rangers (1-2)
  3. Who wins (10 points)
Correct100%a. Chicago Blackhawks (3-0)
0%b. Columbus Blue Jackets (1-0-1)
  4. Who wins (10 points)
Correct42%a. Philadelphia Flyers (0-3)
58%b. Florida Panthers (1-3)
  5. Who wins (10 points)
Correct42%a. St. Louis Blues (2-1)
58%b. Dallas Stars (2-1)
  6. Who wins (10 points)
Correct67%a. Los Angeles Kings (0-2)
33%b. Phoenix Coyotes (0-2)
  7. Who wins (10 points)
50%a. Edmonton Oilers (1-1)
Correct50%b. Calgary Flames (0-2)
  8. Who wins (10 points)
17%a. Nashville Predators (1-0-2)
Correct83%b. Anaheim Ducks (2-0)
  Tiebreaker: How many shots on goal in the Colorado @ San Jose game
Correct 67

  
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#1 | 585 days ago

Maybe someone can enlighten me. I noticed a couple of the teams have a "tie" in the W/L column and I had thought the "tie" was a thing of the past with the tiebreaker system. Am I missing something here??
1. San Jose Sharks (2-0)  2. New York Rangers (1-2)  3. Chicago Blackhawks (3-0)  4. Florida Panthers (1-3)  5. St. Louis Blues (2-1)  6. Phoenix Coyotes (0-2)  7. Edmonton Oilers (1-1)  8. Nashville Predators (1-0-2)  
#2 | 585 days ago

(Edited by Jess)
Michael_G wrote:
Maybe someone can enlighten me. I noticed a couple of the teams have a "tie" in the W/L column and I had thought the "tie" was a thing of the past with the tiebreaker system. Am I missing something here??
The 3rd number is actually overtime loss rather than a tie. It's listed separately from a regular loss because even though they lost the game, they get a point for it toward the standings.
#3 | 585 days ago

Jess wrote:
The 3rd number is actually overtime loss rather than a tie. It's listed separately from a regular loss because even though they lost the game, they get a point for it toward the standings.
   For some reason I don't remember the standings being listed that way last year. Perhaps my brain isn't working correctly, that wouldn't be the first time cheeky
1. San Jose Sharks (2-0)  2. New York Rangers (1-2)  3. Chicago Blackhawks (3-0)  4. Florida Panthers (1-3)  5. St. Louis Blues (2-1)  6. Phoenix Coyotes (0-2)  7. Edmonton Oilers (1-1)  8. Nashville Predators (1-0-2)  
#4 | 585 days ago

Michael_G wrote:
   For some reason I don't remember the standings being listed that way last year. Perhaps my brain isn't working correctly, that wouldn't be the first time cheeky
Haha
I honestly don't usually pay enough attention to the standings to remember whether or not it was listed like that last year. I do remember when they first implemented the whole "tie/overtime loss = 1 point" in what was it...99? 2000? and a conversation regarding how it would be listed to distinguish it from other losses.

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