Flo The Action wrote:Same amount of games played. Look it up for yourself on tsn.PTFlea wrote:Flo The Action wrote:So the sens have more regulation wins than the leafs but even amount of points. How the hell are they ahead of us in the standings? Ok, so they have more goals for but since when is that the barometer to gauge who is ahead in a tie? Ridiculous.
That's wrong unless they have less games played. It's regulation wins and OT wins that determine standings, followed by head to head records.
Again, putting the nations darling ahead of us, without any regards towards the rules.
Soon they'll just give them an automatic playoff spot because they're the leafs.
They each have 19 ROWs. Where are you guys getting your info from? Also, I believe the season series is tied at 1 win each (right?), but since the Sens win came in OT, the Leafs have gotten 3 points to the Sens 2 in the season series and therefore are correctly slotted ahead of the Sens.
The tie breaking procedure goes like this:
1. Points percentage (or fewer games played)
2. Most ROW
3. Season series point
4. Best goal differential