Posted March 1, 2014 - 07:14
Any one of you guys a fan of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL)? Just wondering, because here's the format of the teams so far:
1. - Eastern Conference
1.1. - East Division
1.2. - Central Division
North Bay Battalion
2. - Western Conference
2.1. - Midwest Division
Owen Sound Attack
2.2. - West Division
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
So far, the current number of total games played for a team per season is 68. But I have a curious but well-modified and proposed/suggested schedule format of the OHL so that every team can compete in a perfectly well-balanced way. Here goes the following:
Schedule Format (72 total games):
a.) Conference play; Division play; Each team will play its other division rivals eight times – four home, four away – for a total of 32 Division games (4 * 8 = 32).
b.) Conference play; Out-of-Division play: Each team will play the four teams from the other division four times – two home, two away – for a total of 20 Out-of-Division games (5 * 4 = 20).
c.) Out-of-Conference play: Each team will play all 10 teams from the other conference twice – one home, one away – for a total of 20 Out-of-Conference games (10 * 2 = 20).
Lemme know your opinions and thoughts about this guys.
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