Congratulations to [MENTION=6544]Foote Eh[/MENTION] for winning the Norris trophy for season 19. Get carried in 6 games [MENTION=7672]xFIOx TENDY 29[/MENTION]

Getting carried by xFIOx TENDY 29 is like getting picked up by a tow truck, it only happens if you're already disaster. <3

[MENTION=6544]Foote Eh[/MENTION] and myself are best friends and the best 2 LD in the game. Foote for Norris.

[MENTION=6544]Foote Eh[/MENTION], was the leading scorer on your team in the first round of the playoffs and only allowed two goals in 3+ games. What more does the guy have to do?

Brisan is good people Crass, don't give him a hard time. GB also played some of the best positionly sound center I've seen all season.

Foote is technically correct by saying your GAA is 9 after rounding by using an inverse method of Banker's rounding. Normally Banker's rounding is used when the digit that determines the rounding is a 5 and is the last digit in the number. If this is the case, the digit the is being rounded is rounded up or down depending on which one is the even value. For example, 7.875 rounded to 3 digits is 7.88, 7.885 rounded to 3 digits is 7.88, and 7.8751 rounded to 3 digits will always be 7.88. By applying this method to a GAA of 9.5, it would be rounded to 10. However, by using an inverse of this method, known as Rounding Half Odd, the digit is rounded to the odd value. The previous examples would have the following results, 7.875 rounded to 3 digits is 7.87, 7.885 rounded to 3 digits is 7.89, and 7.8751 rounded to 3 digits is still 7.88. By using this method a GAA of 9.5 is rounded to 9 and therefore [MENTION=6544]Foote Eh[/MENTION] is correct in saying 9. There is also another method that always rounds down in the situation regardless if the digit will become odd or even. Forget what the actual method is called but it is the one I generally use in my math classes. I just typed this out at 5:30 a.m on a Sunday, I think I need to re-evaluate my life.