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 +===== What happens if two teams tie for #1 in the WCHA regular season? =====
  
 +They are co-champs. ​ However, a tie-breaker is still needed to seed the WCHA Final Five.  That is:
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 +a) If two or more teams are tied, head-to-head competition during the regular (conference) season will be used to break the tie.
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 +b) If two or more teams are still tied after (a), the highest seed will go to the team with the most WCHA (conference) wins during the regular season.
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 +c) If two or more teams played a four-game series during the regular season and the teams have the same win-loss records for those series and the same number of WCHA wins, the team having the least number of goals scored against it in the four-game series shall have the higher rank. If two or more teams played a two-game series during the regular season proceed to tiebreaker d).
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 +d) If two or more teams are still tied after applying the provisions of (a), (b) and ©, the team having the greatest '​winning margin'​ during the regular season will have the higher rank. Winning margin = WCHA goals for during the regular season minus WCHA goals against.
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 +e) Games played against WCHA opponents in holiday tournaments will not be counted in the determinations.

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