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PostSubject: WEEK 10 (FINAL)   Wed Dec 24, 2014 8:11 pm

One day after a Boulder Flyer hat trick pulled GM Morgan's team to within 42.0, the first place Polar Bears responded with a hat trick of their own; Tyler Johnson depositing three goals on Tuesday.

Polar Bears: 102.1
Misconducts: 98.8

The Misconducts registered the third highest Week 10 point total yet were handed their 7th loss of the season; GM Smalley's team falling victim to the seemingly bulletproof Polar Bears. The loss left the Misconducts with a record of 3-7 but the 98.8 outburst has lifted the Misconducts into 4th place in the overall standings. Meanwhile the Polar Bears improved to 8-2 and are now tied with the Ice Hogs for the H2H division lead.

Boulder Flyers: 107.5
Redliners: 56.7

It was a forgettable week for the bleeding Redliners as they collected 50.8 fewer points than their Week 10 opponent. The lopsided loss left GM Megan's team with a record of 6-4; good enough for 3rd place in the H2H standings. The victory leveled the Boulder Flyers record at 5-5 but GM Morgan is still finding it difficult to keep pace with the Bears as his 2nd place team now trail by 50.0.

Wild Ducks: 52.5
Timbers: 46.3

The Wild Ducks defeated the Timbers and can now brag of a H2H record of 5-5. Despite the victory, GM Collard was not smiling at the Christmas break. Once in 2nd place and seemingly on the verge of catching the Polar Bears, the Wild Ducks are now in 5th place, 87.0 behind the league leader. The defeat dropped the Timbers to 4-6, GM Sarzynski's team now in 7th place H2H and dead last in the chase for the FHL Cup.

Ice Cats: 59.8
Bluliners: 55.0

Backed by a perfect 43 saves day by Jonathan Bernier the Bluliners made a mad dash to the finish line, falling just short of the Ice Cats who improved to 3-7 with the tight 4.8 victory. The loss dropped the Bluliners to 3-7 in the H2H race and now sit a very uncomfortable 134.2 behind the first place Bears.

Dream Team: 77.8
Ice Hogs: 71.1

The Dream Team can now brag of being one of only two teams to defeat the Ice Hogs. The upset win left the Dreamers with a record of 5-5. The Ice Hogs are still in first place in the H2H standings but now have company on top, their 8-2 record the same as the can-do-no-wrong Polar Bears.

LINK: Standings

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