Classification of Players
Players have been classified as A-Flight or B-Flight using the last 2 years data, which will be calculated on a rolling basis moving forward
The formula for the rating factor is Total All-Star Points divided by Total Games played.
These designations were created to ensure competitive balance within the B & C Divisions.
- May not play/sub on a B Division team where another A-Flight player already exists on that roster. In other words, only 1 A-Flight player on a B Division team.
- May not play/sub on any C Division team
- May not play/sub on a C Division team where TWO B-Flight players already exist on that roster.
- Deeper investigation into the entire makeup of a team's roster will contribute to which division the league places a team for competitive balance.To clarify, if your team has 2 B-Flight players, and 3 non-classified players, it does not mean your team will automatically be in the C Division.That just means your team would not be in violation if placed in the C Division. The league will continue to place teams to accommodate balanced schedules, without breaking the A/B Flight rules above.
**The desigantion of players without stats in the last 2 years will be assigned at the discretion of the BADL
A-Flight Players **Updated June 1st 2017**
|Gerald Lewandowski Jr|
B-Flight Players **Updated June 1st 2017**
|Fran Haley Jr|
|Jerry Lewandowski III|