Gratz to Czech republic on beating Canada, well done ;) I actually cheered for CZE because of you, otherwise I would've wanted Norway to qualify, so I figured I'm congratulate you :P Lejman (talk) 18:48, 18 May 2010 (UTC)
Hey, saw you'd made a prediction of the IIHF ranking used to seed next year. I did the maths too and got the same result on most things (including Canada/Russia), but my result on Germany/Slovakia/Belarus is different.
My stats are:
- 8. Slovakia 3470 + 900 (12th) = 4370
- 9-10. Belarus 3400 + 940 (10th) = 4340
- 9-10. Germany 3145 + (1100-1200, rank 1-4) = 4245 to 4345, meaning they need to win the entire thing to pass Belarus, and can't pass Slovakia.
- Yeah, I thought the IIHF official ranking was for next year... silly me, apparently. Thanks :P And gratz on the win, that was indeed lucky. It takes skill for luck to be enough to win though, and Sweden played well as did Czech republic. Good luck in the final, we'll snatch the bronze from Germany :P Lejman (talk) 08:52, 23 May 2010 (UTC)
Euro Hockey Tour 2011–12 final standings
Hello! I'm not sure you're correct in that head-to-head results is the first tie-breaker in Euro Hockey Tour standings. Judging by a Swedish newspaper article I read on 29 April 2012 (the same day as the final games were played), goal difference is the first tie-breaker when two teams are point-wise tied. Citation: "Although Sweden still have a theoretical possibility of winning Euro Hockey Tour, that would require a win over Finland by at least five goals" [while Czech Republic and Russia played a regulation tie and Czech won it in overtime or shootout]. And Sweden would have the worsest head-to-head record against Czech and Russia had they all finished at 19 points. Do you have any information that backs up your interpretation? Thanks in advance, HeyMid (contribs) 07:08, 1 May 2012 (UTC)
IIHF WC 2012
You are correct - I was looking at goal difference as opposed to head to head. Thank you!
2012 iihf whc
I believe you are right. they could finish in a big tie with nor, lat, but they have beaten both, and if they lose to the czechs, the czechs cannot be involved in the same tiebreaker. someone did a bizarre edit on the 2013 page, I reverted it, but take a look.18abruce (talk) 16:54, 11 May 2012 (UTC)
- If you understand them, can you check that I got the diacritics correct for the Czech players, I am don't really understand them but I try to get them right. Thanks.18abruce (talk) 17:04, 11 May 2012 (UTC)
Rus was indeed qualified as soon as Cze defeated Italy. I didn't check who did the edit (I don't try to point fingers) but I certainly don't blame anyone for that kind of slip, it's the kind of thing that easily gets overlooked when you're sitting there with all the numbers. Last time we reached different conclusions I was the one with the incorrect calculation :P (As evident above here :)) - Regards, Lejman (talk) 00:42, 13 May 2012 (UTC)
I've replied to your message on my talk page. You're right, if Cze, Ger and Nor all end up with 11 points, Ger will be first, Cze second and Nor third, due to Cze having a better head-to-head record vs Norway. -- Lejman (talk) 18:10, 13 May 2012 (UTC)