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PostSubject: WEEK 20 (FINAL)   Sat Mar 15, 2014 4:22 am

Brian Campbell (right) helped push his Wild Ducks team past the Polar Bears, netting 5.0 (1g, 1a) on Friday.

Wild Ducks: 56.6
Polar Bears: 53.8
Ice Hogs: 52.1

The Wild Ducks stunned the Polar Bears on the final day of the week, improving to 8-12 with the come from behind win. With four weeks remaining in the season the Ducks find themselves 140.6 shy of a money finish and 3 games back in the race for H2H2H supremacy.
The hard luck Polar Bears slumped to 4-16 with the difficult to swallow loss; a remarkably bad record considering the success the Bears have enjoyed most of the year. While the Polar Bears have no chance of winning H2H2H cash, GM Elya's team remains in the thick of the FHL Cup chase, trailing the first place Bluliners by 19.2.
After arguably their best week of the season in Week 19, the Ice Hogs drew the short straw in Week 20, stumbling to 5-15 in the H2H2H standings and falling 80.3 out of a third place $100 finish.

Boulder Flyers: 54.1
Dream Team: 49.1
Ice Cats: 43.0

After their six-match winning streak was snapped by the Ice Hogs the Boulder Flyers made a quick return to the victory stand, the win lifting their record to 11-9. The Flyers remain one game in front of the Bluliners in the race for the $25.00 H2H2H division prize. In the FHL Cup chase the Flyers are in 2nd place, 15.1 back.
The Dream Team had one of the better Fridays but once again fell short of a win, their H2H2H record now 3-17. Despite the loss the stank of the FHL basement remains a good distance away; the 8th place Dreamers leading the last place Redliners by 48.6.
The notion of an Ice Cat win looked promising early but "ugly" would rear it's head late, Cutshall's kitties ultimately posting the lowest score of the week. The disappointing result left the cold Cats with a H2H2H record of 8-12, their deficit in the race for a season ending payday (3rd place) now 66.2.

Bluliners: 55.3
Redliners: 48.6
Misconducts: 46.6

The Bluliners enjoyed a solid Week 20, the victory lifting GM Hamilton's H2H2H record to 10-10. With four weeks remaining in the season the Bluliners trail the Boulder Flyers by one game in the H2H2H race and sit 15.1 in front of all challengers in the main chase; the chase for the FHL Cup.
The Redliners lost again, their H2H2H record the worst in the land at 2-18. There is still fighting to be done however as GM Megan's tries desperately to extract herself from the murky confines of the FHL basement; her target: GM Austin's Dream Team.
The Misconducts showed signs of life on Friday however their Saturday-thru-Thursday hole was too deep to escape, the loss dropping GM Smalley to 9-11 in the H2H2H race; 2 games behind the division leader. In the overall standings the Misconducts stock dropped once again, GM Smalley's veteran squad now 51.9 shy of a money-finish.

LINK: Standings

Bluliners v. Ice Cats v. Wild Ducks
Boulder Flyers v. Ice Hogs v. Redliners
Dream Team v. Misconducts v. Polar Bears
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