OHT 35 - Week 14 THE OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 35: #14 TO FEBRUARY 5, 2017 There are two lumps which probably should have a change or two made: One between B and B- and the other between C+ and C. Here are the scores, followed by the table, followed by the discourse. THE SCORES: Feb 01 Moncton 2 Saint Mary's 4 Feb 02 Mount Royal 4 Calgary 5 (ot) Feb 02 Carleton 3 Ottawa 2 (ot) Feb 02 Lakehead 2 Ryerson 7 Feb 02 Queen's 2 R.M.C. 3 Feb 03 Manitoba 3 Saskatchewan 5 Feb 03 Lethbridge 1 Alberta 2 Feb 03 Calgary 2 Mount Royal 0 Feb 03 Regina 2 U.B.C. 5 Feb 03 New Brunswick 5 St. F.X. 3 Feb 03 U.P.E.I. 6 Dalhousie 2 Feb 03 Brock 5 Nipissing 0 Feb 03 Guelph 5 U.Q.T.R. 1 Feb 03 Lakehead 4 Waterloo 3 Feb 03 Laurier 1 Toronto 0 Feb 03 W. Ontario 4 Concordia 7 Feb 03 York 2 Laurentian 3 (ot) Feb 04 Lethbridge 4 Alberta 3 (ot) Feb 04 Manitoba 4 Saskatchewan 0 Feb 04 Regina 1 U.B.C. 4 Feb 04 Moncton 1 Acadia 4 Feb 04 New Brunswick 6 Dalhousie 4 Feb 04 U.P.E.I. 2 St. F.X. 4 Feb 04 Brock 3 Laurentian 6 Feb 04 Carleton 1 McGill 2 Feb 04 Guelph 3 Concordia 6 Feb 04 Lakehead 1 Waterloo 2 Feb 04 Queen's 2 U.O.I.T. 3 (ot) Feb 04 Ryerson 2 Laurier 3 (ot) Feb 04 W. Ontario 3 U.Q.T.R. 5 Feb 04 York 2 Nipissing 3 (so) THE TABLE: * indicates total includes a tie game Conf. indicates overall conference record Con-x indicates exhibition record within conference CIS-x indicates exhibition record within CIS but outside conference CIS indicates regular season and exhibition record against CIS teams Other indicates record against non-CIS teams Total indicates record against all teams There were a few minor shuffles, including RMC jumoing past Toronto in the race for the wooden spoon. The B and B- juncture could go any one of a number of ways. Concordia and Queen's are clinging to the B level and Manitoba and St. Mary's are in B- but could make a jump. Concordia and Queen's play each other, and Queen's also plays Carleton. The loser of their head-to-head could be going down. Manitoba plays Alberta, so that's a chance for a promo. SMU faces St. FX and Dal. The other tricky part is between C+ and C. I am pretty sure that UOIT and Dalhousie deserve a relegation. Once that is decided then comes the question as to which, if any, of Ottawa, Laurier, and Guelph should come up. UOIT plays UQTR and need a win to show what they got. This week's win over Queen's earned them a reprieve. Dalhousie have, of course, the difficult task of winning games in the AUS. They have Acadia and SMU to play. Ottawa have a relatively soft touch to end, with a trip to Laurentian and Nipissing. They should probably be at C+ now. Losses there would kill them. Guelph ends with a home-and-home against Ryerson, which is odd scheduling. Laurier plays just Windsor. Let's see how they do. I am thinking they will hold. The East now leads the West in the OUA interlock by 55-44.