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How do I read the Standings?

  • GP (Games Played) - This column lists the number of games the team has played.
     
  • W (Wins) - This column lists the number of games the team has won.  
  • L (Losses) - This column lists the number of games the team has lost.  
  • T (Ties) - This column lists the number of games the team has played resulting in a tie.   
       
  • GF (Goals For) -  This columns lists the total number of times the team has scored.  
     
  • GA (Goals Against) -  This column lists the total number of scores that have been made against the team.
     
  • PTS (League Points) - This column lists the total league points the team has accumlated.  League Points are calculated with the following formula: 

    PTS = T + (2 * OTW) + OTL + (2 * RTW) .   
       
  • GD (Goal Difference) - This column is the calculated difference between Goals For and  Goals Against ( GD = GF - GA).   
      
  • BP (Bonus Points) - Awared bonus points.
     
  • RTW (Regular Time Wins) - The number of games won in regular time.
     
  • RTL (Regular Time Losses) - The number of games lost in regular time.
      
  • OTW (Overtime Wins) - The number of games won in overtime.
     
  • OTL (Overtime Losses) - The number of games lost in overtime.
      
  • WP (Winning Percentage) - The ratio of games won to games played.
    WP = W / GP
      
  • D (Default) - A team will lose by DEFAULT if they know there is absolutely no way they can field the minimum requirement for a team for a contest, and subsequently come into the office and fill out a Default Form and submit it to an IM Staff member. A Default counts worse than a normal Loss.
      
  • F (Forfeit) - A team will lose by FORFEIT if they do not show up for a game by the required time, do not have at least the minimum number of players required to start or finish a game, or if the game is stopped by the officials or supervisors due to inappropriate behavior on the part of that team’s players or spectators). A Forfeit counts worse than a Default.
      

Note: These definitions can vary so you should contact your facility/school for exact rules.
 

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