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Re: 04 tier 1 parity

Yeah, easy to make wins/losses subjective, especially when it's not a full round robin. The earlier post, for example, put the Huskies and Falcons on the bubble, which was curious. Looking at the result, the Huskies have a better record, no doubt. Their two wins and one tie came against teams that went a combined 0-10-2. In contrast, the Falcons one win and one tie came against teams that went a combined 6-1-1, and adding in their two losses the total record of opponents was 12-2-2. Tough draw there, but everyone has to play the hand dealt them. Makes you wonder how and where the EHF draws the line and if strength of draw factors in.

Re: 04 tier 1 parity

Here is an updated ranking including teams who did not participate in the parity tournament:

1 Greater Boston Vipers
2 Northstars
3 Woonsocket
4 Bay State Breakers
5 Minuteman Flames G
6 Islanders Hockey Club
7 Providence Friars
8 South Shore Kings
9 Huskies
10 Boston Jr Terriers (R)
11 New England Falcons
12 Dual State Riverhawks
13 Manhester Flames
14 Northshore Shamrocks
15 Boston Bandits
16 Boston Jr Eagles
17 Top Gun
18 Boston Jr. Terriers (W)
19 Crimson Hockey Club
20 Providence Capitals
21 Minuteman Flames (R)


Top 8 teams all had 3 wins.

Re: 04 tier 1 parity

Divisions are posted on the EHF web site:

2004 Black

1 Greater Boston Vipers
2 Northstars
3 Woonsocket
4 Bay State Breakers
5 Minuteman Flames G
6 Islanders Hockey Club
7 Providence Friars
8 South Shore Kings
9 Huskies
10 New England Falcons
11 CT Yankees
12 Boston Jr Terriers (R)


2004 White

1 Dual State Riverhawks
2 Manhester Flames
3 Northshore Shamrocks
4 Boston Bandits
5 Boston Jr Eagles
6 Top Gun
7 Boston Jr. Terriers (W)
8 Crimson Hockey Club
9 Providence Capitals
10 Minuteman Flames (R)