First, a great source for some of the mathematics of the ECAC playoff race can be found here. It does not, however, take Tuesday's Cornell-Colgate game into account, so it means I actually have something worth posting about. With that in mind, here are the playoff scenarios.
Yale, 26 Points
Cornell, 26 Points
Union, 24 Points,
St. Lawrence, 20 Points
First Round Matchups:
12. Clarkson (8 Points) at 5. Rensselaer (20 Points)
RPI wins season series 2-0 (@ Clarkson 5-2 W, vs. Clarkson 2-1 W)
11. Dartmouth (11 Points) at 6. Colgate (19 Points)
Colgate leads the season series 1-0 (vs. Dartmouth 3-2 W)
10. Brown (13 Points) at 7. Quinnipiac (18 Points)
Brown leads the season series 1-0 (vs. Quinnipiac 2-1 W)
9. Princeton (14 Points) at. 8. Harvard (17 Points)
Princeton wins season series 1-0-1 (vs. Harvard 3-3 T, @ Harvard 2-1 W)
EDIT: And here's a source where you can put in your predicted results and see what the final standings would be if they came true.