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About the Schedule

   All league games are listed in the schedule. Non-league games (tournaments, etc.) are added to the schedule as information becomes available. Results for all games are posted as information becomes available, generally the day after the game is played. If a game's status is listed as Result Unknown, then the game has presumably been played, but we have not yet been informed of the final score.

If you can provide information about any games/results which are missing from the schedule or incorrect, please e-mail tigers@shutout.com.

Schedule Last Updated: 3/10/04

Advanced Schedule Search: Options

   Go to the Advanced Schedule Search.
 
Display
   The Display field allows you to select the data that you would like the search to show. Here are the columns that you have to choose from:
  • Row Number: This column labels each row with a number, starting from one. This allows you to count the total number of rows found in the search.
  • Icons: This column displays icons which indicate that the game has a Game Recap and/or Game Photos available. This is what the icons look like:
    •  * - Click on the newspaper icon to view the Game Recap.
    •  ** - Click on the camera icon to view the Game Photos.
  • Date: This column shows the date of the game. The date is separated into three parts: Weekday, Date (Month/Day/Year), Time.
  • Home Team: This column shows the home team. If the team is in the GCHSHL, you can click on the team name to view the team's schedule page.
  • Home Score: This column shows the home team's score. If the game has not yet been played, this value is blank.
  • Visiting Team: This column shows the visiting team. If the team is in the GCHSHL, you can click on the team name to view the team's schedule page.
  • Visiting Score: This column shows the visiting team's score. If the game has not yet been played, this value is blank.
  • Status: This column shows the game's status. The possible values are: Not Played Yet, Final, Final/OT, Postponed, Cancelled, Result Unknown
  • Location: This column shows the game's location.
  • League Game?: This column displays 'Yes' for GCHSHL league games and 'No' for non-league games.
  • Tournament: If the game is part of a tournament, this column shows the tournament name. Otherwise, this value is blank.
Sort
   There are two sort fields. The first field allows you to select the column that you want the data sorted by. The second field allows you to specify the direction in which the data is sorted.
  • By default, the Date column is selected.
  • Ascending means that the data is sorted from lowest to highest.
  • Descending means that the data is sorted from highest to lowest.
When your search results are displayed, you can also sort by clicking on the column names.
Date
   The Date fields allow you to specify a range of dates in which to search. You can enter dates in a wide variety of formats.
  • Month/Day/Year. Two-digit years are acceptable. Example: 1/6/04
  • Month/Day. In this format, the system assumes that you are using the current year. Example: 12/29 is assumed to mean 12/29/14
  • You can also write the name or the abbreviation for the month. Example: February 2, 2004 or jan 13
Weekday
   This field allows you to specify which weekdays to search.
Teams
   The Teams fields allow you to specify which teams to search for. You can also specify which team is the home team and which is the visitor.
Status
   This field allows you to search for games with a specific status.
Location
   This field allows you to specify which locations to search.
Game Type/Tournament
   These fields allow you to specify what type of games and which tournaments to search.

Game Type Tournament

Selecting Multiple Values

Some form fields allow you to select more than one option. Read the instructions below to learn how. You can practice on the provided field.
  • Hold down the Control key (Command key on a Mac) and click with the mouse to select/deselect options.
  • Using the mouse, click and drag to select consecutive options.
  • Using the keyboard, hold down the Shift key and use the up or down arrow key to select consecutive options.
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