I gave the highest Pa team and the average that MHR has right on their page with all the teams in the league. No calculations needed. Tomorrow if I have time I will compare All the AHF / EJ & NJ 13AA teams to see if your competition claim in each league holds water.
MHR don't give a crap how many leagues or tournaments you are in. It all goes under one ranking.
I was referring to that posters own averages that he calculated, i.e. ahf vs. dvhl. For non-ahf teams, the dvhl is under half of the season (and not all non-ahf teams play in the dvhl at all...like the the age pure teams, for instance).
Comparing EJ/NJ/AHF 13AA leagues. The NJ has 8 teams, EJ has 11(with 7 being the same teams as the NJ) plus all EJ teams need to play in multiple leagues and the AHF 21 teams. Plus the NJ is losing 2 teams to the AHF next yr, both played in the NJ & EJ this yr.
The overall average for each league NJ 79.90 / EJ 79.73 / AHF 80.47
8 NJ Teams MHR 82.24/81.64/81.19/80.12/80.08/79.99/77.51/76.46
11 EJ Teams MHR 82.26/82.24/81.64/81.19/80.27/79.99/78.57/78.50/78.38/77.51/76.46
21 AHF Teams MHR 85.99/83.34/83.18/83.13/82.01/81.97/81.72/81.49/81.38/80.85/80.83/79.90
Your claim that you are in the more competitive league really doesn't seem to hold water. A competitive league sure but that isn't what you said.
We play in the AHF at a non BB rink and if the EJ/DVHL or any other league would be more competitive we'd be in it. Our club officers were looking for yrs to join other more competitive leagues before the AHF was formed, they even had talks about going independent for awhile. Let me ask you this. If EJ/NJ are so competitive why are more non BB owned teams leaving to go to the AHF? From what I was told by Woodbridge parents it's because of competition.