The heading for this column is **GP**. This column represents the number of round robin games that have been played by this team....more

The heading for this column is an **L**. This column represents the number of round robin games that resulted in a loss for this team....more

The heading for this column is a **T**. This column represents the numbor of round robin games that resulted in a tie....more

The heading for this column is a **%**. This column represents the win/loss percentage. It is determined by dividing the number of wins by the number of games played.

This column **may not** appear for your event, if it is not used in the standings calculation....more

The heading for this column is *"GA" *(Goals Against). It may also include a **number**. It represents the total number of goals scored against this team in round robin games. If a number is also show, such as 4, the total will only include up to 4 goals per game. In that case if a team played 3 games and they gave up 1, 7 and 3 goals respectively, in their three games, the total would be 8, since only the first four goals scored against them in their second game would count....more

The heading for this column is a **%**. This column represents the goals scored (by this team) / total goals (by both teams) percentage. It is determined by dividing the number of goals scored by this team by the number of goals scored by both teams. This calculation takes into account the maximum number of goals counted by the event (the number that appears next to the + and minus.

The heading for this column is **"GD"** (Goal Differential). It may also include a *number*. It represents the net goal differential (the number of goals scored less the number of goals given up) in round robin games. If a number is also show, such as 4, the total will only include up to 4 goals per game. In that case if a team played 3 games and they had goal differentials of -1, +7 and +3 goals respectively, in their three games, the total would be +6, since the maximum differential was reached in their second game and only a four goal differential would be included from that game....more

The heading for this column is **Pts** (points). It represents the total number of points this team has earned in round robin games played. ...more

The heading for this column is **TB** (tie-breaker). When two teams are tied in points earned for round robin play, the determination of which team comes first is calculated using a specific set of tie-breakers identified by the event management prior to the start of the event. They can be found in the rules sheet. This column shows the tier breaker number that places one team ahead of the other. You can click on the tie breaker number to see an explanation. Occasionally, teams will remain tied after all the tie breakers are applied and the event must use another rule to break the tie, such as a shootout or a coin toss....more