Western/Eastern Conference Playoff Races

Western/Eastern Conference Playoff Races

Joined: May 15th, 2008, 12:43 pm

June 19th, 2012, 1:50 pm #1

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Western Conference	GR	PTS
------------------	--	---
1. Six Nations		 1	 34 *xyz
2. London		 1	 26 *xy
3. Guelph		 0	 26 *xy
4. Spartan 		 1	 26 x
5. Wallaceburg		 1	 24 x
6. Orangeville		 1	 24 x 
7. Elora		 0	 22 
8. Niagara		 1	 20
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9. Windsor		 1	 20
10.Sarnia		 1	 12 E
11.Welland		 1	 10 E
12.Owen Sound		 0	 10 E
13.Brampton		 1	  8 E
14.Hamilton		 0	  8 E

Eastern Conference      GR      PTS 
------------------      --      ---
1. Akwesasne 		 0	 38 *xyz
2. Green Gaels		 1	 34 *x
3. Halton Hills		 1	 33 *x
4. Oakville		 1	 27 x
5. Newmarket 		 1	 22 x 
6. Kahnawake		 0	 20 x
7. Mimico                1       18 x
8. Markham		 1	 12
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9. Gloucester		 0	 12
10.Mississauga		 1	  8 E
11.Nepean		 0	  6 E
12.Orillia		 1	  2 E
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Tonight's Games:
Sarnia vs Wallaceburg
Niagara vs Welland
Green Gaels vs Missy
Oakville vs Halton Hills
Orillia vs Markham
Mimico vs New Market
Orangeville vs Brampton
Spartans vs Six Nations
London vs Windsor

*-Division Leader
x-Clinched Playoff Spot
y-Clinched Division Title
z-Clinched Conference Title
E-Eliminated


Thomas Miller
V.P. of Jr "B" Operations
Guelph Regals Junior B Lacrosse
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Joined: April 5th, 2011, 5:38 pm

June 19th, 2012, 6:15 pm #2

Hey Thomas, with a London loss would Guelph then take 2nd and London move into 3rd? And if both Spartans and Wallaceburg lose and Orangeville wins what would happen with the 4th 5th & 6th seedings?
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Joined: May 15th, 2008, 12:43 pm

June 19th, 2012, 6:22 pm #3

A London loss to Windsor would move Guelph into 2nd place. As for the other three not sure.

Thomas Miller
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Guelph Regals Junior B Lacrosse
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Joined: February 6th, 2012, 5:06 am

June 19th, 2012, 6:41 pm #4

Hey Thomas, with a London loss would Guelph then take 2nd and London move into 3rd? And if both Spartans and Wallaceburg lose and Orangeville wins what would happen with the 4th 5th & 6th seedings?
I think in the scenario you mention (Spartans & Orangeville with 13 wins, Wally with 12), Spartans would be 4th seed (beat O-ville during the season), Orangeville 5th seed and Wally 6th.

Should all finish with 13 wins (Sparts lose, Wally and O-ville win), Spartans are still 4th, Wallaceburg 5th (lost to Sparts during season) and Orangeville 6th. (Gotta thank a email I received yesterday that cleared this up for me).

I think it comes down to who the Spartans will open at home with, Wallaceburg or Orangeville...depending on what happens tonight.
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June 19th, 2012, 6:46 pm #5

Re: Western/Eastern Conference Playoff Races
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June 19th, 2012, 6:48 pm #6

Wallaceburg beat Orangeville, so hold the 5th place tie-breaker if it came down to that.

Spartans beat both during their season meetings, so are in the cat-bird seat.
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Joined: April 5th, 2011, 5:38 pm

June 19th, 2012, 7:14 pm #7

Thanks for clearing that up, all 3 teams in action tonight Orangeville vs Brampton, Wallaceburg vs Sarnia and London vs Windsor, very interested to see how these 3 games finish tonight, London and Windsor play each other very well, Windsor needs a win to get into the playoffs maybe London rests a few players as they have locked up a playoff spot, Wallaceburg and Sarnia played to a 9-8 game last time with Wallaceburg holding onto the win, Sarnia has been winning recently maybe they continue to roll and sneak out a win to end there season, and Orangeville has beat Brampton twice already, there coming off a big divisional win last night as they knocked off Elora for the second time in two meetings, maybe they continue to roll heading into the playoffs. Elora could be on the outside looking in tonight as there fate is in the hands of two other teams(Naiagar and Windsor) best of luck to all teams tonight should be an interesting Super Tuesday.
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Joined: March 7th, 2009, 11:00 am

June 19th, 2012, 7:26 pm #8

only my view..l dont think london and windsor play each other that well and cant see london resting anyone to give up 2nd seed...l beleive the last 2 games london scored 15 or so goals in each game,not to say its sudden death for the clippers...as well LONDON probably would prefer the ride to Elora,,,,with Sarnia giving up players and their goalie going to Guelph ...and Jacobs in net for Wallaceburg,,,if they choose to do so.....my thought are this wont be close....best to all tonight ,,,and may the playoffs be what they are called....
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June 19th, 2012, 8:58 pm #9

Thanks for clearing that up, all 3 teams in action tonight Orangeville vs Brampton, Wallaceburg vs Sarnia and London vs Windsor, very interested to see how these 3 games finish tonight, London and Windsor play each other very well, Windsor needs a win to get into the playoffs maybe London rests a few players as they have locked up a playoff spot, Wallaceburg and Sarnia played to a 9-8 game last time with Wallaceburg holding onto the win, Sarnia has been winning recently maybe they continue to roll and sneak out a win to end there season, and Orangeville has beat Brampton twice already, there coming off a big divisional win last night as they knocked off Elora for the second time in two meetings, maybe they continue to roll heading into the playoffs. Elora could be on the outside looking in tonight as there fate is in the hands of two other teams(Naiagar and Windsor) best of luck to all teams tonight should be an interesting Super Tuesday.
Hey Elora is not on the outside looking in. They have beating Niagara this year and if Windsor and Niagara both win and wind up tied with Elora, Elora wins the tiebreaker. Elora are looking in to see who they play in the first round.
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June 19th, 2012, 9:22 pm #10

Western Conference (as of June 18th)
# 1 - Six Nations (17-2-0) 34 Pts
# 2 - Guelph (13-7-0) 26 Pts (Based on Guelph 8-7 win on June 7th over London)
# 3 - London (13-6-0) 26 Pts (Can win # 2 seed with win over Windsor)
# 4 - St. Catharines (13-6-0) 26 Pts (This seeded is secured as they have tie-breakers over any team they finished tied)
# 5 - Wallaceburg (12-7-0) 24 Pts (Wallaceburg win will guarantee # 5-seed as they own tie-breaker based on June 3rd 9-8 win over Orangeville, a loss and Orangeville can grab # 5-seed with win over Brampton)
# 6 - Orangeville (12-7-0) 24 Pts (Orangeville win over Brampton and Wallaceburg loss will grab # 5-seed. Wallaceburg win and/or Orangeville loss means they are # 6-seed)
# 7 - Elora Mohawks (11-9-0) 22 Pts (2012 Regular season completed; if Windsor wins, Elora drops to # 8-seed, if Windsor loses; Elora stays # 7-seed and Niagara is # 8-seed. However, if Windsor ties and Niagara loses, Elora guaranteed # 7-seeded and Windsor is # 8-seed. Elora owns tie-breaker over Niagara based on 13-9 win back on April 28th.)
# 8 - Niagara Thunderhawks (10-9-0) 20 Pts (Niagara owns tie-breaker over Windsor, however if Niagara, Elora and Windsor finish tied with 22 Pts; Windsor goes to # 7-seed, Elora is 8th-seed and Niagara is out of playoffs. If, Windsor loses and Niagara loses; Niagara is # 8-seed. If Niagara ties and Windsor wins then Windsor is # 7-seed, Elora # 8-seed and Niagara is out of playoffs. If Niagara tie (21 Pts) and Windsor tie (21 Pts)...Niagara is # 8-seed and Windsor is out of playoffs.)
# 9 Windsor Clippers (10-9-0) 20 Pts (It is easy for Windsor...win and they are in. Windsor loses, they out of playoffs. If Windsor ties and Niagara loses, Windsor is # 8-seed. Windsor tie and Niagara tie... then the Clippers have played their final 2012 lacrosse game.


So Big Night for a lot of Team...should be an exciting night.


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