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January 2, 2012
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GROUP A

IF PACIFIC AND RUSSIA WIN IN REGULATION:

IF PACIFIC AND WEST WIN IN REGULATION:

IF PACIFIC WINS IN REGULATION AND RUSSIA WINS IN OVERTIME:

IF PACIFIC WINS IN REGULATION AND WEST WINS IN OVERTIME:

IF PACIFIC WINS IN OVERTIME AND RUSSIA WINS IN REGULATION:

IF UNITED STATES WINS IN OVERTIME AND RUSSIA WINS IN REGULATION:

IF PACIFIC AND RUSSIA WIN IN OVERTIME:IF PACIFIC AND WEST WIN IN OVERTIME:

IF UNITED STATES AND RUSSIA WIN IN OVERTIME:


1. Pacific 

2. Russia 

3. United States 


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IF UNITED STATES AND WEST WIN IN REGULATION:

IF UNITED STATES WINS IN REGULATION AND RUSSIA WINS IN OVERTIME:

IF UNITED STATES WINS IN REGULATION AND WEST WINS IN OVERTIME:

1. United States

2. Pacific 

3. Russia 

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IF PACIFIC WINS IN OVERTIME AND WEST WINS IN REGULATION:

IF UNITED STATES WINS IN OVERTIME AND WEST WINS IN REGULATION:

IF UNITED STATES AND WEST WIN IN OVERTIME:

1. Pacific 

2. United States 

3. Russia 

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IF UNITED STATES AND RUSSIA WIN IN REGULATION:

T1. Pacific 
T1. United States 
T1. Russia 

* in this scenario, goal difference in direct games between the three teams would be the first tiebreaker (entering Monday, Pacific is +1, Russia is 0, United States is -1); if U.S. wins by one goal, highest goals for in direct games between the three teams would be the next tiebreaker (entering Monday, Russia is 6, Pacific is 4, United States is 2) 

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GROUP B

IF ONTARIO AND SWEDEN WIN IN REGULATION:
IF ONTARIO WINS IN REGULATION AND SWEDEN WINS IN OVERTIME:
IF ONTARIO WINS IN REGULATION AND ATLANTIC WINS IN OVERTIME:
IF ONTARIO WINS IN OVERTIME AND SWEDEN WINS IN REGULATION:
IF QUEBEC WINS IN OVERTIME AND SWEDEN WINS IN REGULATION:
IF ONTARIO AND SWEDEN WIN IN OVERTIME:IF ONTARIO AND ATLANTIC WIN IN OVERTIME:
IF QUEBEC AND SWEDEN WIN IN OVERTIME:

1. Ontario
2. Sweden
3. Quebec
4. Atlantic

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IF QUEBEC AND SWEDEN WIN IN REGULATION:
T1. Ontario
T1. Quebec
T1. Sweden
4. Atlantic

* in this scenario, goal difference in direct games between the three teams tied would be the tiebreaker (entering Monday, Ontario is +5, Sweden is -1, Quebec is -4); if two teams remain tied, the head-to-head game between the two would then be used to break the tie. 

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IF ONTARIO AND ATLANTIC WIN IN REGULATION:

1. Ontario
T2. Sweden
T2. Quebec
T2. Atlantic

* in this scenario, goal difference in direct games between the three teams tied for second would be the tiebreaker (entering Monday, Sweden is +4, Quebec is +3, Atlantic is -1); if two teams remain tied, the head-to-head game between the two would then be used to break the tie. 

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IF QUEBEC AND ATLANTIC WIN IN REGULATION:

1. Quebec
2. Ontario
3. Atlantic
4. Sweden

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IF QUEBEC WINS IN REGULATION AND SWEDEN WINS IN OVERTIME:
IF QUEBEC WINS IN REGULATION AND ATLANTIC WINS IN OVERTIME:

1. Quebec
2. Ontario
3. Sweden
4. Atlantic

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IF ONTARIO WINS IN OVERTIME AND ATLANTIC WINS IN REGULATION:
IF QUEBEC WINS IN OVERTIME AND ATLANTIC WINS IN REGULATION:

1. Ontario
2. Quebec
3. Atlantic
4. Sweden

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IF QUEBEC AND ATLANTIC WIN IN OVERTIME:

1. Ontario
2. Quebec
3. Sweden
4. Atlantic


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