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Champions Hockey League: 5 Playoff places still up for grabs



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Montag, 09.Oktober 2017 - 11:48 - The Champions Hockey League Group Stage closes with Game Day 6 on Tuesday and Wednesday. Five out of eight groups are yet to be decided.

The Champions Hockey League playoff race is in full swing. Going into the last Group Stage Game Day, teams are still battling for five more playoff places, as well as for the first places in the groups which entitle the teams to a better seeding for the upcoming Playoff draw. So far, only three Group winners have been determined (Tappara Tampere in Group A, Nottingham Panthers in Group F and Frölunda Indians in Group H).

Head-to-head results in mutual home & away games are the first tie-breaker if two teams have the same number of points, followed by goal difference and more goals scored.

The 2017/18 Champions Hockey League Group Playoff Draw will take place Friday, 13 October, at the CMore Studios in Helsinki, and will be streamed live on CHL digital platforms, starting at 12:00 CEST (13:00 local).

The draw will include 16 teams – the 8 group-winners and the 8 group runners-up. The group winners are all placed in Pot 1 and the runners-up in Pot 2. Teams from Pot 1 will be drawn randomly against teams from Pot 2. The draw will also determine each team’s position in the playoff tree. Starting with the playoffs, national clashes are now possible. However, teams that played each other during the group stage cannot play each other in the first playoff round. Because match-ups in all subsequent rounds will be determined by bracket position, they can though meet again later in the competition. Once the Playoff Draw for the Round of 16 has been made, no additional draws for the next rounds will be held.

The first three playoff rounds are two-game, home-and-away, aggregate scoring series. Teams from Pot 2 – the group runners-up – will play their home game first, unless their arena is unavailable at that date. The playoffs will begin on 31 October and finish with an ultimate one-game Final on 6 February 2018 at the venue of the team with the best accumulated Group Stage and Playoff record

2017/18 CHL Playoff Dates
?Round of 16: 31 October & 01 November 2017 (first leg) / 07 November 2017 (second leg)
Quarter-Finals: 05 December & 06 December 2017 (first leg) / 12 December 2017 (second leg)
Semi-Finals: 09 January & 10 January 2017 (first leg) / 16 January & 17 January 2017
Final: 6 February 2018


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