2016-17 Standings

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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
Clarkson 40 19-1-2 0.909 22 91 32 32-4-5 0.841 41 146 63 10-0 Won 11
St. Lawrence 35 16-3-3 0.795 22 75 30 26-6-4 0.778 36 115 58 5-3-2 Lost 2
Cornell 31 13-4-5 0.705 22 56 36 20-9-5 0.662 34 82 57 5-3-2 Lost 2
Princeton 30 14-6-2 0.682 22 69 33 20-10-3 0.652 33 104 63 6-4 Lost 1
Quinnipiac 29 13-6-3 0.659 22 64 28 21-10-6 0.649 37 94 51 5-4-1 Lost 2
Colgate 27 13-8-1 0.614 22 59 47 22-11-3 0.653 36 105 73 6-4 Lost 4
Yale 18 8-12-2 0.409 22 46 58 10-17-4 0.387 31 69 83 3-6-1 Lost 5
Rensselaer 15 7-14-1 0.341 22 39 73 10-24-2 0.306 36 62 117 1-9 Lost 4
Harvard 14 5-13-4 0.318 22 37 51 5-19-5 0.259 29 52 77 2-5-3 Lost 1
Brown 10 5-17 0.227 22 33 98 7-22-0 0.241 29 56 126 3-7 Won 2
Dartmouth 10 5-17 0.227 22 27 56 7-21-0 0.250 28 38 73 2-8 Won 1
Union 5 2-19-1 0.114 22 21 75 5-28-1 0.162 34 38 111 1-8-1 Lost 2
* Tournament Champion
x - Clinched Playoff Berth
# - Indicates Tournament Seed
e - Eliminated from Playoff Contention

Head to Head

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Tie-Breaking Procedures for Championship Seeding

ALBANY, N.Y. -- Following are the ECAC women'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.