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Discussion in 'Buffalo Bandits Forum' started by BlackBandits, Apr 10, 2018.

  1. BlackBandits

    BlackBandits Member

    HERE IS EVERYTHING FOR WEEK 21 minus Calgary vs Saskatchewan

    Georgia sweeps, Rochester wins, Toronto wins

    Georgia 11-07
    Rochester 10-08
    Toronto 09-09*
    New England 09-09 ELIMINATED
    Buffalo 08-10 ELIMINATED

    *-won season series 2 games to 1

    Georgia sweeps, Rochester wins, Toronto lose

    Georgia 11-07
    Rochester 10-08
    New England 09-09
    Toronto 08-10 ELIMINATED
    Buffalo 08-10 ELIMINATED

    Georgia sweeps, Rochester lose, Toronto win

    Georgia 11-07
    Toronto 09-09 2-1 vs. BUF
    Buffalo 09-09 5-2 vs. ROC and NE
    New England 09-09
    Rochester 09-09

    Georgia sweeps, Rochester lose, Toronto lose

    1. Georgia 11-07
    2. Buffalo 09-09 5-2 vs. NE and ROC
    3. New England 09-09 3-0 vs. ROC
    4. Rochester 09-09
    5. Toronto 08-10

    Georgia swept, Rochester wins, Toronto wins

    New England 10-08 vs. ROC 3-0
    Rochester 10-08
    Georgia 09-09 vs. TOR 3-0
    Toronto 09-09
    Buffalo 08-10

    Georgia swept, Rochester wins, Toronto lose

    New England 10-08 vs. ROC 3-0
    Rochester 10-08
    Georgia 09-09
    Toronto 08-10
    Buffalo 08-10

    Georgia swept, Rochester lose, Toronto wins

    New England 10-08
    Georgia 09-09 vs. TOR 3-0
    Toronto 09-09
    Rochester 09-09
    Buffalo 09-09

    Georgia swept, Rochester lose, Toronto lose

    New England 10-08
    Rochester 09-09 H2H between BUF AND GA
    Buffalo 09-09 DIVISION RECORD 7-5 to 6-5
    Georgia 09-09
    Toronto 08-10

    Georgia splits, Rochester wins, Toronto wins Georgia beats New England


    Rochester 10-08 vs. GA 2-1
    Georgia 10-08
    Toronto 09-09 vs. NE 2-1
    New England 09-09
    Buffalo 08-10

    Georgia splits, Rochester wins, Toronto lose Georgia beats New England

    Rochester 10-08 vs. GA 2-1
    Georgia 10-08
    New England 09-09
    Toronto 08-10
    Buffalo 08-10

    Georgia splits, Rochester loss, Toronto win Georgia beats New England

    Georgia 10-08 vs. NE 2-1
    New England 10-08
    Buffalo 09-09 H2H record vs. TOR and ROC
    Toronto 09-09
    Rochester 09-09

    Georgia splits, Rochester loss, Toronto lose Georgia beats New England

    Georgia 10-08
    Buffalo 09-09 H2H record vs. NE and ROC
    New England 09-09 H2h sweep over ROC
    Rochester 09-09
    Toronto 08-10

    Georgia splits, Rochester win, Toronto win Georgia loses to New England

    New England 10-08 H2H vs. ROC and GA
    Rochester 10-08 H2H vs. GA
    Georgia 10-08
    Toronto 09-09
    Buffalo 08-10

    Georgia splits, Rochester win, Toronto lose Georgia loses to New England

    New England 10-08 H2H vs. ROC and GA
    Rochester 10-08 H2H vs. GA
    Georgia 10-08
    Toronto 08-10
    Buffalo 08-10

    Georgia splits, Rochester lose, Toronto win Georgia loses to New England

    New England 10-08 H2H vs. GA
    Georgia 10-08
    Toronto 09-09 H2H vs. BUF and ROC
    Buffalo 09-09
    Rochester 09-09

    Georgia splits, Rochester lose, Toronto lose Georgia loses to New England

    New England 10-08 H2H vs. GA
    Georgia 10-08
    Buffalo 09-09 DIV RECORD
    Rochester 09-09
    Toronto 08-10
     
    Last edited: Apr 23, 2018
  2. unspoken

    unspoken Member

    Tiebreaks of 3 or more teams in the same division are explained in example B-1 of the media guide. Under that explanation, this is incorrect.

    In this scenario, New England would be first with a record of 10-8. Everyone else has a record of 9-9. So you would look at the head to head records of all 4 teams in that tiebreak. Georgia is 5-3 (.625), Rochester is 5-5 (.500), Toronto and Buffalo are both 4-5 (.444). It does not revert back to the three way head to head once a winner is determined. Because Georgia and Rochester set themselves apart, they are in.

    You can see how this works in example B-1.

    Team A has a 4-2 (.667) record in the three way, going 1-2 agaist team B and 3-0 against Team C.
    Team B has a 3-3 (.500) record in the three way, going 2-1 against team A and 1-2 against Team C.
    Team C has a 2-4 (.333) record in the three way, going 0-3 against team A and 2-1 against Team B.

    The media guide shows that A gets 1st, B gets 2nd and C gets 3rd. There is no revert to the two way tie between B and C once A is determined the winner. B is still 2nd despite having a losing record to C. If there was a revert, C would be 2nd, but they're not in the example in the media guide. The revert only happens if the remaining teams are still tied.

    So this scenario would have New England 1st, Georgia 2nd, Rochester 3rd, Toronto 4th and Buffalo 5th.

    If New England loses to Georgia, they are 9-9, not 10-8. They would be in a 4 way tie with the other 9-9 teams, and the head to head breakdown in this scenario is Toronto is 6-3 (.667), Buffalo is 6-4 (.600), New England is 4-5 (.444), and Rochester is 3-7 (.300).

    So this scenario would have Georgia 1st, Toronto 2nd, Buffalo 3rd, New England 4th and Rochester 5th.
     
  3. BlackBandits

    BlackBandits Member

    I spent the last 10 hours putting these scenarios together, they are correct.
     
  4. unspoken

    unspoken Member

    Then tell me how in the second scenario I quoted, New England, a team that is currently 9-8 with one game remaining, finishes 10-8 while losing that game.
     
  5. mtbf

    mtbf Well-Known Member

    unspoken has spoken
     
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  6. LaxBandit

    LaxBandit Active Member

  7. AmericanRockFan

    AmericanRockFan Well-Known Member

    That kid to the right of the S in PLAYOFF SCENARIOS, wearing the retro Bandits jersey, kinda looks like John Tavares the hockey player.
     
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  8. LaxBandit

    LaxBandit Active Member

    NLL‏ @NLL -
    Did you catch the playoff scenarios heading into Week 21?

    Buffalo Bandits -
    Clinches a playoff berth with: A win vs. Rochester AND: A Toronto loss vs. Colorado, OR A New England loss vs. Georgia.
    Clinches a playoff berth and 2nd place in the East Division with a win vs. Rochester AND a Toronto loss vs. Colorado AND a New England loss vs. Georgia.
    Eliminated with: A loss vs. Rochester, OR A Toronto win vs. Colorado AND a New England win vs. Georgia.


    http://www.nll.com/news/nll-week-21-playoff-scenarios-2018/
     
  9. lofflersd

    lofflersd Member

    It is him.
     
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  10. RockStar

    RockStar Well-Known Member

    The one, the only! Yes, it is in fact lax_master101, who is, of course, most famous for his contributions on JSap's Wingszone!

    Awesome photo.
     
    Last edited: Apr 24, 2018
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  11. mtbf

    mtbf Well-Known Member

    He also use to make photo collages and other graphics when I ran my evil empire lacrosse website
     
  12. BanditsRock11

    BanditsRock11 Well-Known Member

    Of course Toronto loses. Bandits would be a Swarm win in New England today from hosting a playoff game if they weren’t a pile of dog crap.
     
  13. Hollywood42

    Hollywood42 Well-Known Member

    Losing to a 2-16 team at home probably didn’t help and that was wayyyyyyy before the Evans trade which people seem to be honing in as why the season went to crap
     
  14. BigDave

    BigDave Active Member

    Totally agree
     
  15. BanditsRock11

    BanditsRock11 Well-Known Member

    There it is, New England loses. We should be hosting a playoff game this week. What a bunch of twats.
     
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  16. Rick716

    Rick716 Active Member

    I keep going back to that Brownell major. The league has been consistent in calling that all year. I knew it was a five as soon as I saw it but was hoping the refs might just give it a 2 considering the game situation. Without that major, who knows what could have happened. We'll never know. Still you can't expect to dig out of a huge hole every week.
     
  17. chuckster

    chuckster Well-Known Member

    Everything fell the Bandits' way except they didn't hold up their end of it. Sad.
     
  18. chuckster

    chuckster Well-Known Member

    The contact to the head made it a 5. The ref had no choice but to call it that. But even with that, the Bandits were 1 missed pass to the front of the net from making it a tie game.
     
  19. mtbf

    mtbf Well-Known Member

    Best part is he did it because the Rochester player gave his stick a small kick when it was on the ground. As assistant captain ended his teams season because he was butt hurt. Only better part of the game was the coaching staff not being prepared was a shot clock expiring with five seconds left in a half and giving up momentum at the half time. Troy was waving players off the floor for a line change which lead to the break-away. If Rochester had on less goal they never would have had the chance to score on an open net
     
  20. chuckster

    chuckster Well-Known Member

    That was also an unlucky bounce that went back to center just as the shot clock was expiring. Dhane Smith fielded the ball when the buzzer went off and he seemed to know what was going on but couldn't do anything to stop it without taking a delay of game penalty. It was a tough break but the head coach should have been more aware of the situation.
     

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