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WCHA Tiebreakers

As per usual in the WCHA, there is a gigantic cluster of teams in the middle of the conference, all jockeying for home ice in the final weekend of the season. This year, there's even a possibility of five teams finishing tied for third.

Frank Schwab from the Colorado Springs Gazette broken down the tiebreaking procedure and some of the scenarios. I'll be honest, I didn't make it all the way to the end because I figured by the time I actually figured out all these scenarios, the games would already be played and we'd have our answers. I'm intrigued to see how this plays out, if only because I think there's like a 25% chance the WCHA screws up their own tiebreakers and seeds the wrong team ahead of someone else.