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This is the pre-season table and is NOT a ranking. The regular season starts Wednesday in the AUS and Friday in the CW. The OUA waits until October 2nd.

I have not double-checked all results. Sometimes games are added and not publicized very much.

There were also a lot of cancelled games. UNB and York started a game and had to abandon due to ice conditions, the Lakehead series with Laurentian was a victim of late renovations, and others were just voluntarily squelched.

In a disappointment, there were only three interlocking games between the OUA and AUS (out of four scheduled), and neither conference played a CW team. There also seem to be fewer than usual games against NCAA teams.



* indicates total includes a tie game
Conf. indicates overall conference record
Con-x indicates exhibition record within conference
CIS-x indicates exhibition record within CIS but outside conference
CIS indicates regular season and exhibition record against CIS teams
Other indicates record against non-CIS teams
Total indicates record against all teams


 

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OHT 35 - October 7, 2019

Since many OUA teams have yet to start their regular season, this is, once again NOT a ranking. I have not yet declared any A level teams. Most teams are starting at C+, with a handful at C and two handfuls at B.



* indicates total includes a tie game
Conf. indicates overall conference record
Con-x indicates exhibition record within conference
CIS-x indicates exhibition record within CIS but outside conference
CIS indicates regular season and exhibition record against CIS teams
Other indicates record against non-CIS teams
Total indicates record against all teams


 

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OHT35: Week 5: October 20, 2019

So the season is really in full swing now. Here were the highlights of the week that was:

Canada West:
- The three winless teams all won their first (Regina and &UBC split with one another) or their first AND second (Sask swept Lethbridge).
- Manitoba's split with Calgary and MRU's split with Alberta raised eyebrows across the U-Hockey world.

Ontario:
- This was week 2 of the East/West interlock. Last week the East won 7-3 and this time they won 6-4.
- Promoted teams were Western Ontario (from C to C+) and Guelph (from C+ to B).

Atlantic:
- Acadia made the jump from B to A, and #1 in the overall rankings.
- Dalhousie is exceeding expectations.


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This week, McGill's and Brock's AOA number was lacking accuracy due to small sample size, and they were adjusted accordingly.
 

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OHT35: Week 6: October 27, 2019

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 35

There were no category shifts this week, but those bubble teams could all shift next time. As usual there are a few spots where results are skewed due to small sample size.

There were no interlocking games between OUA East and West, nor were there any non-conference games. Therefore those charts were not changed at all and I left them out of this post.

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OHT35: Week 7: November 3, 2019

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 35

The OUA West went 8-0 against the OUA East to really turn that around.

I applied result “smoothing” for the first time in situations where just one game has been played in a category. Categories are merged and the value applied to both, but the value cannot be increased beyond the default value.

In the OUA, Ottawa, Guelph, Lakehead, and Nipissing went down a level. And going up a level were Toronto and Brock.

No teams switched categories in the CW or AUS.

I have introduced some sub-categories, with a view to a major re-shuffle coming up. The B- and C++ could be merged into an expanded B level.


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~ indicates AOA altered by combining categories
 
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