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Post by hockeybeats on Wed Feb 26, 2014 10:03 pm

Here are the magic numbers:

To make it impossible for Barrie to win the conference, it would take just ONE win or Barrie loss.
To make it impossible for North Bay to win the conference, it would take a combination of TWO Oshawa wins and North Bay losses.
To make it impossible for Sudbury to win the conference, it would take a combination of THREE Oshawa wins and Sudbury losses.
To make it impossible for Kingston to win the conference, it would take a combination of THREE Oshawa wins and Kingston losses.

If all goes right, it can happen this weekend which could offer some valuable rest time over the last few games.

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Post by Guest on Wed Feb 26, 2014 11:16 pm

BARRIES NEXT 3 GAMES VS - WINDSOR, PLYMOUTH, OTTAWA

NORTH BAYS NEXT 3 GAMES VS - GUELPH, NIAGERA, BELLEVILLE,

SUDBURYS NEXT 3 GAMES VS - THE SOO, GUELPH, NIAGERA

KINGSTONS NEXT 3 GAMES VS - BELLEVILLE X2, OSHAWA

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Post by archer_gens on Thu Feb 27, 2014 1:33 am

Make it 2 for Sudbury
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Post by archer_gens on Thu Feb 27, 2014 1:34 am

Gens really just need a win Sunday. IMO no team is winning every game while we lose everyone.
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Re: Clinching conference math

Post by generalsfan on Thu Feb 27, 2014 1:57 am

Sunday could very well be the game that clinches 1st in the conference.

As of tonight, Kingston can only max out at 88 points, North Bay 86, Sudbury 86 and Barrie 83. We have 83 heading into Peterborough Thursday.

It was just last month that at one point, Sudbury was only 2 points behind us. Now the gap is 13 points and almost insurmountable.

Here's to wins in Peterborough on Thursday, Mississauga on Friday and at home against Kingston on Sunday! Very Happy 

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Post by archer_gens on Fri Feb 28, 2014 2:07 am

1 for North Bay
2 for Sudbury
3 for Kingston

Gens Clinch Home Ice in first round.
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Post by generalsfan on Fri Feb 28, 2014 3:16 pm

Getting closer! Smile

A Gens win tonight eliminates North Bay. A Gens win and a Wolves loss to Guelph eliminates Sudbury. After tonight, we could just be looking at Kingston as the final hurdle.

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Post by 5forfighting on Fri Feb 28, 2014 4:36 pm

If the generals win today they finish the night with 85 pts, if sudbury loses tonight the most points they could get on the season would be 84 (7 games * 2 pts = 14 pts, 70+14 = 84).

I thought i did the math that if a sudbury lost and a generals win, they would clinch tonight. Did i do something wrong?

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Post by hockeybeats on Fri Feb 28, 2014 6:06 pm

That's correct that a Gens win and Wolves loss would mean Sudbury can't catch the Gens and it would also mean the conference title is out of reach for North Bay but you're forgetting about Kingston. Kingston has played only 58 games and they have 68 points so they can still get to 88.

If the Gens win, they'd have 85 points. Even if Kingston loses to Belleville tonight, they could still mathematically get to 86. Kingston actually has a home-and-home with the Bulls so the earliest the Gens can clinch is tomorrow evening but clinching on a night where the team doesn't play is lame. I hope it happens Sunday. Guess who the Gens are playing against? Kingston! How perfect! Not to mention, a tired Fronts team on the tail end of a three-in-three weekend.

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Post by generalsfan on Mon Mar 03, 2014 2:11 am

Congratulations, Gens on being the 2013-2014 OHL Eastern Conference champions! cheers

Home ice throughout the Eastern Conference playoffs! Very Happy  

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Post by LX on Mon Mar 03, 2014 7:08 am

Here's a question I have and I'm no sure if it's been asked yet. Not trying to get a head of myself here but, say we win the East (end season with say 93 pts) and whoever wins the west is a non division leader (looking like London, Erie with say 94 pts) who would get home ice. The team with more points (who I would assume) or the gens who were actually 1st in their conference.

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Post by Guest on Mon Mar 03, 2014 12:59 pm

GENS NEED 1 EXTRA POINT TO BE CROWNED OHL EAST CONF. CHAMPIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!

they currently only have he division won.... the symbol for the conf. is a Z, Right now its only a Y.

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Post by archer_gens on Mon Mar 03, 2014 1:30 pm

Who can catch us?

Other Division Most Points

Sudbury 84pts
Barrie 81pts
Niagara 62pts
North Bay 82pts
Mississauga 62pts

None of them can catch us at our 87pts

The only team that could catch us is Kingston. They can tie us with 87pts. So then we go to Tie Breaker.
1) Most Wins. Kingston and Oshawa would tie at 41 (because in order to tie they must win 7 and we must lose all our games)
2) Head to Head. Generals win this tie breaker regardless of Friday nights game.

Also if we won the division using the above tie breaker then we clearly win the conference.


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Post by steamed on Mon Mar 03, 2014 1:31 pm

BIGGSTIMEGENSFAN wrote:GENS NEED 1 EXTRA POINT TO BE CROWNED OHL EAST CONF. CHAMPIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!  

they currently only have he division won.... the symbol for the conf. is a Z, Right now its only a Y.

Just a matter of time that a "Z" will show up  Wink 
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Post by steamed on Mon Mar 03, 2014 1:31 pm

I think Sudbury
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Post by archer_gens on Mon Mar 03, 2014 1:38 pm

Sorry see above I edited instead of reposting, didn't think anyone would reply so fast.
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Post by steamed on Mon Mar 03, 2014 1:47 pm

Your right archer we are conferance & division champs no one can catch us
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Post by gensfandeb on Mon Mar 03, 2014 9:03 pm

Congratulations to the Gens for finishing first in the Eastern Conference.  To think they picked us to finished 18th overall.  What a great year it has been.  Looking forward to the playoffs.  Go GENS Go!!


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East division winner not East Champs

Post by Gens Camper on Tue Mar 04, 2014 5:34 pm

Congrats to our GENS - IT IS HARD TO BELIEVE - 1 ST time since our last Memorial Cup win and we did that on GREAT GOALTENDING

and 2 over agers with over 100 points Ian Fraser and Brent Grieve - yes Lindros was there too

Help me with this ??? - While I agree we are conference winners BUT is it not the team that wins the first 3 rounds of the playoffs

the Eastern Conference Champions who then play the western conference champs to be called the O H L champions

We have won the right to be the first season Eastern team with the most points in the regular season

We have won the Eat division title - not yet East division champs - that has yet t be fought for

Now we have 5 regular season games to play - then 16 wins to be O H L CHAMPS

Easier said than done - BUT 1 team will represent the East and why not the # 1 GENS

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