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Schedule for The MN Meltdown – Sept 20/21 @ Augsburg
Submitted By: PBI on September 16, 2019 at 1:07:45 PM

All games played at Augsburg Arena
2323 Riverside Ave


Pool A
Kelly Lake
C+
Ice Mafia

Pool B
Mn Chiefs
Wolves
Red Rock

Pool C
Met X
Furious
Blitzkrieg
Outlaws

Friday Sept 20
Rink A
6:00p Blitzkrieg v Outlaws
6:50p Met X v Furious
7:40p Kelly Lake v Chiefs
8:30p Met X v Outlaws
9:20p Chiefs v Wolves
10:10p Chiefs v Red Rock
11:00p Furious v Outlaws
11:50p Wolves v C+

Rink B
6:50p C+ v Ice Mafia
7:40p Wolves v Red Rock
8:30p Furious v Blitzkrieg
9:20p Kelly Lake v C+
10:10p Kelly Lake v Ice Mafia
11:00p Met X v Blitzkrieg
11:50p Red Rock v Ice Mafia

Saturday Sept 21
Rink A
11:30a #10 seed v #8 seed
12:20p #9 seed v #7 seed
1:10p #1 seed v 11:30a winner
2:00p #2 seed v 12:20p winner
2:50p #4 seed v# 5 seed
3:40p #3 seed v #6 seed
Resurface
4:45p 1:10 winner v2:50p winner
5:35p 2:00p winner v 3:40p winner
7:00p Championship

Teams will be seeded based on 3 points for a win and 1 point for an overtime loss.

All USA Broomball rules will apply.
The roster limit is 17.
There is no pool play requirement.

Pool games ending in a tie will play 4v4 (no goaltender) sudden death overtime.

Playoff games ending in a tie will play a 5 minute stop time, sudden death period, 4v4 (plus goaltenders)
If still tied 4v4 (no goaltenders) suddden death will ensue.

Tie breaking criteria for seeding purposes.
1. Head to head result (if applicable)
2. The team with the best goal differential will recieve the higher seed
If still tied –
3. The team with the least amount of goals allowed will recieve the higher seed
If still tied –
3. The team with the most goals scored will recieve the higher seed.
If still tied –
4. The team with the most shutouts will receive the higher seed
If still tied
5. The team with the most wins in regulation will receive the higher seed
If still tied –
6. Draw cards

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