2014 M&M Meat Shops Canadian Juniors

Standings

Championship Pool (eight teams)
Teams advancing to this Championship Pool will play games against the four teams from the opposite pool. These four games plus the record of the six games from the preliminary pool will constitute their overall record. In the Championship Pool, teams will not play the teams they already played in the preliminary pool. The top team after the ten games (4 games from the Championship Pool Round and 6 games from the preliminary round robin pool) will advance to the final; the next two teams (after the same amount of games) will play in the semi finals. Ties for third place will be broken by tiebreaker games.

Women’s Championship Pool

TeamWL
Alberta (Rocque)91
British Columbia (Van Osch)82
Nova Scotia (Fay)82
Ontario (Greenwood)73
Manitoba (Brezden)55
Saskatchewan (Streifel)46
New Brunswick (Daigle)46
Québec (Boisvert)37

Men’s Championship Pool

TeamWL
Manitoba (Calvert)91
New Brunswick (Comeau) 73
Alberta (Lautner)73
Ontario (McCrady)64
Nova Scotia (Mayhew)64
Saskatchewan (Hartung)64
Northern Ontario (Horgan)55
British Columbia (de Jong)55

Seeding Pool (six teams)

The bottom three teams in each pool will carry over their preliminary round robin pool record of wins & losses and then will play games against the other three teams from the opposite pool (per gender) for a total of 9 games played. These six teams per gender will then be ranked 9-14 for the 2014 Junior Mixed Doubles and the seeding for the 2015 M&M Meat Shops Canadian Juniors. Ties will be broken only by head to head games then by draw shot distance for 8 of the 9 games played.

Women’s Seeding Pool

TeamWL
Prince Edward Island (Smith)54
Yukon (Koltun)54
Northern Ontario (Burns)45
Newfoundland & Labrador (Hill)36
Northwest Territories (McKay-Saturnino)27
Nunavut (Pinksen)09

Men’s Seeding Pool

TeamWL
Yukon (Wallingham)54
Quebec (Freilich)36
Newfoundland & Labrador (Trickett)36
Prince Edward Island (Holland)36
Northwest Territories (Miller)27
Nunavut (Airut)09

 

Preliminary Pools:

The first stage of the Canadian Juniors will involve 14 men’s & 14 women’s teams. Each gender will be assigned to two pools of seven teams. These pools will be seeded based on number of victories over the preceding three years (see below). The two 7 team pools for each gender will play an individual round robin. At the conclusion of this six (6) game round robin, the top THREE teams & in each pool PLUS THE NEXT BEST TWO RECORDS will advance to the Championship Pool. The bottom three teams in each pool will advance to the “Seeding Pool”. Ties will be decided by a tie-breaker game. The winner of any tie-breaker game will advance to the Championship Pool while the loser will move to the Seeding Pool.

Women Pool ‘A’

TeamWL
Alberta (Rocque)60
British Columbia (Van Osch)42
Saskatchewan (Streifel)33
Québec (Boisvert)33
Yukon (Koltun)33
Northwest Territories (McKay-Saturnino)24
Nunavut (Pinksen)06

Men Pool ‘A’

TeamWL
Manitoba (Calvert)60
Saskatchewan (Hartung)42
Ontario (McCrady)42
Northern Ontario (Horgan)42
Québec (Freilich)24
Newfoundland & Labrador (Trickett)15
Nunavut (Airut)06

Women Pool ‘B’

TeamWL
Ontario (Greenwood)51
Nova Scotia (Fay)51
New Brunswick (Daigle)33
Manitoba (Brezden)33
Prince Edward Island (Smith)24
Northern Ontario (Burns)24
Newfoundland & Labrador (Hill)15

Men Pool ‘B’

TeamWL
New Brunswick (Comeau)51
Alberta (Lautner)51
Nova Scotia (Mayhew)42
British Columbia (de Jong)33
Yukon (Wallingham)24
Prince Edward Island (Holland)15
Northwest Territories (Miller)15