SCOHA  will continue to put the Health and Safety of our Players and the community first and foremost above all else. The following is a return to play road map that can be followed once the facilities re-open and it is safe to return to play in a format similar to the one we have now that will accommodate a 14 player roster. View Road Map

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Tie Breaking Formula for Regular Season and Playoffs

 a) In the event of two (2) teams tied at the end of the regular season, the following tie breaker format will be used :

  1. Record against other tied team
  2. Total wins
  3. goals for minus goals against (+ / -) (note) difference between goals scored by a team and the goals scored against that team over the regular season.
  4. least goals against over the regular season.
  5. Least penalty minutes over the regular season.
  6. Toss of a coin

b) In the event of three (3) or four (4) teams tied after round robin series, the following tie breaker format will be used:

  1. Total wins
  2. goals for minus goals against (+ / -) (note) difference between goals scored by a team and the goals scored against that team over the regular season.
  3. least goals against over the regular season.
  4. Least penalty minutes over the regular season.
  5. Toss of a coin
Team Name Win Loss Tie Points GF GA
RedWings 13 7 3 29 87 53
Flyers 12 8 3 27 81 62
Oilers 13 10 0 26 85 76
Bruins 12 10 1 25 78 66
BlackHawks 10 10 3 23 84 98
Penguins  3 18 2 8 54 114
Team Name Win Loss Tie Points GF GA
Canadiens 17 2 4 38 88 59
Penguins 13 7 3 29 80 56
Leafs  10 6 7 27 82 72
Bruins 7 10 6 20 73 72
BlackHawks 7 14 2 16 67 90
Flyers  2 17 4 8 61 102
Team Name Win Loss Ties Points GF GA
Bruins 16 2 4 36 97 43
Flames 10 6 6 26 72 65
Sharks 10 10 2 22 92 75
Kings 10 10 2 22 70 70
Stars 9 10 3 21 59 65
RedWings 9 11 2 20 67 76
BlackHawks 7 11 4 18 44 67
Flyers 4 15 3 11 67 107


Team Name Win Loss Ties Points For Against +/-
Flyers 3 0 0 6 13 8 +5
Oilers 2 1 0 4 12 8 +4
RedWings 1 1 1 3 11 7 +4
Penguins 1 2 0 2 7 10 -3
BlackHawks 1 2 0 2 8 13 -5
Bruins 0 2 1 1 9 12 -3


Team Name Win Loss Ties Points For Against +/-
Penguins 2 0 0 4 8 4 +4
Leafs 1 0 1 3 8 5 +3
Bruins 1 1 0 2 5 5  0
Canadiens 1 1 0 2 7 6 +1
BlackHawks 0 1 1 1 6 7 -1
Flyers 0 2 0 0 4 11 -7


Team Name Win Loss Ties Points For Against +/-
Flames 3 0 0 6 19 2 +17
Bruins 3 0 0 6 20 4 +16
Kings 2 0 1 5 16 12 +4
Sharks 2 1 0 4 14 10 +4
BlackHawks 1 2 0 2 8 13 -5
Flyers 0 2 1 1 11 20 -9
Stars 0 3 0 0 3 11 -8
RedWings 0 3 0 0 6 25 -19

This Week in SCOHA - May something something, 2020

Phase 1 Edition

SCOHA 2019/2020

The answer to the quiz last week "Name that Scohaian" is Glenn Rouse!!! Thanks for all those who messaged with their guess, it was fun... The weeks are getting longer and longer. This one has been agony. I am as tired as a pair of dentures after a cold buffet but the blog isn't gonna write itself so saddle up, fellas, I've got some updates on a few of the goings on from the goings on.
This week's blog is brought to you by Bill Curran's Kitchen Guitar Party... more hits than Snoop Dogg on a Friday night... I am still waiting for some Anne Murray... give him a listen, Bill is slicker than a boiled onion on the guitar.
Our league president, Terry Gudgeon, has been in constant contact with Ontario Premier Doug Ford. They've even shared cheesecake recipes. Neither Terry or Doug Ford have a clue when Scoha can start heating up the bricks for a return to the rink.
Master's Stars gritty winger Chris Barratto has been practicing one timers on his driveway 4 nights a week. His garage door now has more dings than a Japanese phonebook.
Meanwhile, Kings goaltender Scott Johnson is eagerly awaiting to get back to his usual reverse frontal snow angels in the crease. He has been training with Ed "Tiger King" Walton and is ready to rejuvenate his hockey career when it ramps up again.
Meanwhile, over at the Verrier household, Marc had a small gathering, under 5, over for an impromptu karaoke night this past weekend. Some covid hits were belted out such as Don't Stand So Close To Me, You Can't Touch This, and a remarkable rendition of Comfortably Numb. A few neighbours didn't ask Marc to stay 6 feet away, they asked for 6 miles away after hearing him try and reach a few high notes.
Other than that, I've touched base with a few Scohaians recently and the boredom is settling in. Intermediate Flyers Veljko Gavric started a puzzle back on March 20th and admits he is struggling with it. If someone can help him out, he needs to know what colour Mickey Mouse's nose is... We breezed through the Netflix show Reckoning if you are looking for something to watch. Not bad, seen worse.
Even better, do a youtube search for Oilerfanatic1 for a whole whack of old 80s hockey videos, amazing collection!!! Hours of vintage footage to burn some time.
Well that's all from this end of the couch. The usual wash your hands, stay home, and we are all in this together stuff. Enjoy the rest of the week, fellas.

Chris Marttila

This Week in SCOHA – April 30th

6 Foot Edition

SCOHA 2019/2020

Smoking up and skipping school had a lot of you in trouble constantly but now weed is legal and schools are closed. Damn kids are living the dream! This thing is dragging on and on. I still haven’t stooped to doing a puzzle, I don’t know about you.  Intermediate sniper Brock Hotrum tried to make his own hand sanitizer but it came out as a rum and coke, what are the odds….

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This Week in SCOHA - April 22, 2020

Earth Day Edition

SCOHA 2019/2020
What on earth is going on? While the Covid19 cases are rising more than a Chris Barratto low blocker-side wrister, some SCOHA heroes have been spotted keeping their skills sharp overseas in Sweden. They are all waiting for the green light to finish off our season but we are all still waiting for the lights to get turned on at the quad pad. Every store there is like an Ikea. The national tool is an allan key. Swedish meatballs are just called meatballs. No one has a clue who the Swedish Chef is…  I can go on…..
Some rumours swirling around the water cooler this week had our season continuing in late-July at a neutral arena in South Florida so get your swimming trunks ready and make sure your will is updated.

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This Week in SCOHA - April 14th 2020

Masking the Inevitible Edition

SCOHA 2019/2020
Well the Easter Bunny in now in quarantine. Too many people got too close to him over the weekend, thanks alot, folks.
Apparently many SCOHA players are growing facial hair and baking their own bread during these troubling times. Masters Chris Baratto is going to win the ZZ Top karaoke trophy when this thing is over with his already out of control beard is now a tripping hazard. He has also started doing puzzles to pass the time but his cat keeps pawing the side pieces onto the floor.

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This Week in SCOHA – April 6th, 2020


SCOHA 2019/2020

A lot of us have had enough. I don’t care about bunnies eating apples on Youtube or some idiot tiger salesman on Netflix, I want my hockey back!

While the long list of optimists is depleting by the day, this slugger is remaining positive we will finish our season at some point even if we do it with no fans in the arena. Tempers are running pretty thin around town. Stars Dale Brons got chased by some wild geese down at Confederation Park after he fed them some stale croutons. He ended up rolling an ankle, fell to the paved path, and several geese smothered him like flies on a rib roast. Doctors are pretty sure he will recover by the time hockey starts again.

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This Week in SCOHA - March 29th, 2020


SCOHA 2019/2020

Well it's SCOHA Sunday and the rain has stopped. Half of us are still in our pj's still from Friday night and we have watched all of Netflix. I started watching some Ozark show, I thought that was the name of the Buffalo Sabres backup goalie. Highlight of the weekend was listening for the tune my dryer makes when the load is dry.

There has been an uptick of Scoha players arguing amongst themselves and starting tense conversations lately. We urge those in question to find better ways to accommodate their time. Arts & Crafts, puzzles, and chasing your cat around with laser pointers are just a few ways to pass time.

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This Week in SCOHA – March 24th, 2020

Circling the Drain Edition

SCOHA 2019/2020

Speaking of flattening the plank, Intermediate Flyers captain Dave Wichman took to social media this afternoon to scold his teammates for eating doughnuts. This non-essential snack seemed to get under Wichman’s skin as he tries to keep his club ready for the continuation of the Scoha playoffs, if there is one. Apparently the States will be 100% up and running by Easter weekend so the world will be perfect again. Speaking of perfect again, our cub reporter Guy Shaver, who has been camped out at the arena since this whole Corona thing started, has asked to go home. I just left the rink and Guy just finished packing up his Coleman stove and is heading home. He said he was looking forward to drawing a bath then relaxing for a few days. He said a bat scared him last night. He stood on his folding chair and tried to shoo it away with his 6ft. hockey stick he used for social distancing. We thank Guy for braving the elements on behalf of the league. One hell of a Guy.

At any rate, SCOHA is still tucked away until further notice. Masters Sharks goalie Brian Deanes is keeping his eye/hand coordination in check by catching flies with a pair of chopsticks. I am literally holding a paper towel on my ear to stop the bleeding as I got too close with my razor while I type with my right hand.

As you know, the tournament is canceled. Rumour has it, one of the U.S. teams were stacked with ex-nhl-ers like Pat LaFontaine, Mike Modano, Brett Hull and goaltender Mike Richter so no other team stood a chance anyway, so there!

Well this update is short and sweet, to the point. Have a great rest of the week, gang…

Chris Marttila

This Week in SCOHA – March 21st, 2020

PHYSICAL DISTANCING EDITION (formerly social distancing, formerly get the F away from me, you creep.)

SCOHA 2019/2020

Now that 10% of us have hit rock bottom and have started doing puzzles, it’s time for an update on what we believe many of you are up to as we crawl through this pandemic salivating for the smell of Zamboni fumes and Joe Lociccero’s Rub A535 knee ointment. Oh, and don’t worry, we will have a Guy Shaver update…

League is at more of a standstill than a concrete fence post. The whole shebang is chained up as there is no light at the end of the tunnel any time soon. Players are growing beards just because. Masters division grit-grinder Ed Walton is going to grow a covid beard starting next week. He will give the ZZ Top beards a run for their money… Stars Chris Barratto is learning quilting after the magnets wore out on his electronic dart board.

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This Week in SCOHA – March 18th, 2020


SCOHA 2019/2020

Well we all have hope the season will finish but from this end of the ice, it doesn’t look good. More cases than Budweiser has ever seen, people travelling here while infected with the coronies, who know’s what will happen next. My cat Nuffers sneezed the other night, we put her in quarantine for 8 minutes, good luck trying to get a mask on her. Anyways, trying to predict when we will play again is like trying to row a kayak in a hurricane.

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This Week in SCOHA – March 15th, 2020


SCOHA 2019/2020

For the many fans that showed up to watch the Junior Division games Friday night, you left the rink wondering if there will be any more hockey for a while. Sure enough, the city pulled the plug on our playoffs by shutting arenas and all other rec centres. Now we have to binge-watch 8 seasons of whatever the hell it’s called until the arena lights go on again. Never mind asking if your buddy left the fan on, we all need to make sure the hands are washed so we don’t spread the coronies off to another person. Anyways, let’s look at Friday’s action on a night where all teams skated their legs into the ground. On Saturday morning, here wasn’t a thigh without rub a535 on it from what I’ve been hearing. Oh, and my game sheets are in lockdown in the locker at the rink so bear with me for this blog…

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2018/2019 Champs

2019 Junior Champs - Penguins

2019 Int Champs - Leafs

2019 Masters Champs - Stars

Junior Championship 
Bruins  2   VS  Penguins4              
Intermediate Championship 
Leafs  7      VS    0
Masters Championship 
Flames  1     VS      Stars  2        
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