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PostSubject: WEEK 11 (FINAL)   Sat Jan 03, 2015 10:25 am


Friday brought good news for the Wild Ducks as Sidney Crosby returned to the scoring sheet in a big way, the 4th ranked NHL forward pocketing 8.0 points (4a).

Wild Ducks: 58.8
Bluliners: 46.0

The Wild Ducks were the best of Week 11 as Sidney Crosby and Roberto Luongo (30 save shutout) provided enough Friday points to lift the seven-time champion into 4th place in the overall standings. The victory also provided the Ducks with another $2.00 payday, GM Collard's H2H record now on the plus side at 6-5.
Another week brought more bad news for the Bluliners as they saw their H2H record slip to a league-worst 3-8. Cemented in 8th place in the overall standings, the defending champs haven't done enough to change the course of their ship; a ship that will be docked in the bottom half of the standings when the season reaches it's conclusion.

Dream Team: 51.0
Polar Bears: 45.7

Leading for much of the week the Polar Bears, now 8-3, were reeled-in by the upset-minded Dream Team; the Bears falling out of first place in the H2H standings. The overall standings however still smell like a daisy, the first place Bears advantage still healthy at 47.1.
The Dream Team improved to 6-5 with the comeback win and remain within range of the H2H division title, trailing the Ice Hogs by just three games. The overall picture finds GM Austin's Dreamers in 6th place; 98.0 shy of the first place Polar Bears but just 38.6 short of third place and it's $100 prize.

Redliners: 56.7
Misconducts: 42.5

The Redliners posted the second best score of the week, the collection of points providing GM Megan with her 7th win of the season. The Reds remain within two games of the H2H division lead. The overall standings find the Redliners in 7th place; 107.0 rows behind the league leading Bears.
The Misconducts were firing on all cylinders in recent weeks; a performance that saw them escape the lower half of the standings. GM Smalley's engine might still be good but it had no gas in Week 11, the Misconducts slipping back into 5th place in the overall standings; their H2H record now even more abysmal at 3-8.

Ice Hogs: 52.5
Boulder Flyers: 48.6

The Ice Hogs always seem to find a way to win. Such was the case in Week 11 as Henry's Hogs brushed aside the Boulder Flyers, improving to 9-2 for the season. The win coupled with the Polar Bear loss has the Hogs all alone in first place. The week also saw the Hogs gain ground on the first place (overall) Bears, their deficit still workable at 59.4.
The Boulder Flyers tried and failed yet again to push their H2H record into the black, another loss dropping Morgan's birds to 5-6; four games back of the Ice Hogs. Despite the average week the second place Flyers actually gained ground on the Polar Bears; their hole waist-high deep at 47.1.

Timbers: 40.2
Ice Cats: 39.4

The Timbers left a lot of points on the bench as Derek Stepan decided to have a career week. To their credit the Timbers still found a way to win, clipping the Ice Cats to improve to 5-6 for the season. The overall picture however remains dark, the Timbers still stuck in last place, 177.8 back.
The Ice Cats downward spiral continues as GM Cutshall appears to be destined for a season-ending seat in the basement. Trailing the Polar Bears by 162.2 in the overall race, the Ice Cats are now 3-8 for the season, their dream of hoisting the FHL Cup once again morphing into a legs tangled in the sheets nightmare.

LINK: Standings

WEEK 12
Boulder Flyers v. Misconducts
Ice Hogs v. Bluliners
Ice Cats v. Wild Ducks
Polar Bears v. Timbers
Redliners v. Dream Team
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