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PostSubject: WEEK 12 (FINAL)   Sat Jan 10, 2015 4:27 am

On the strength of a 9.0 performance by defenseman T.J. Brodie (2g) the Redliners rallied to defeat the Dream Team and now sit just one game behind the leaders in the race for the $30.00 H2H crown.

Redliners: 57.4
Dream Team: 53.4

Trailing by 7.0 after Thursday's action the Redliners uncorked 12.0 on the final day of the week, stunning the Dream Team to improve to 8-4. The Redliners now own the league's second best record, trailing the Polar Bears and Ice Hogs by a single game. The overall picture is also a shade brighter as GM Megan's Reds are in 6th place, leapfrogging the tumbling Misconducts on Friday.
The difficult to digest defeat left the Dream Team with a record of 6-6, GM Austin's squad still three games back (H2H). The Cup chase standings find the Dreamers in 5th place overall, now more than a hundred points (104.1) behind the first place Polar Bears.

Wild Ducks: 62.5
Ice Cats: 47.7

The Wild Ducks were the only team not to score on Friday. It didn't matter much as the damage had already been done, the Ducks closing the door on Week 12 with the league's best score. The Wild Ducks also closed the door on the Ice Cats, improving to 7-5 with the relatively comfortable win.
The Ice Cats performed well but they just couldn't get a handle on the Wild Ducks, stumbling to 3-9 in defeat. Despite the disappointment a strong Thursday and Friday did keep GM Cutshall out of the basement, the Ice Cats now 6.7 points better than the 10th place Timbers.

Polar Bears: 59.5
Timbers: 56.6

It was touch and go for most of the week but the Polar Bears would emerge victorious, the win giving GM Elya's squad a share of the H2H division lead. The overall standings are not nearly as tight, the Bears second best Week 12 tally further separating themselves from the rest of the pack.
The Timbers enjoyed their best week in recent memory, though the numbers weren't quite good enough to reward GM Sarzynski with a win. For the season the Timbers are now 5-7, $10.00 worth of wins placing them four games behind the division leaders.

Boulder Flyers: 33.2
Misconducts: 29.3

The Boulder Flyers were awful in Week 12 - though not as awful as the Misconducts, GM Morgan's squad improving to 6-6 with the mostly undeserved victory. The third place Flyers now sit three games behind the H2H leaders and 73.4 behind the first place Polar Bears.
It appears to be feast or famine for the yo-you Misconducts, a horrid week dropping the Misconducts into 7th place overall, 113.4 behind the front runner. GM Smalley's H2H record is now a league-worst 3-9. There is still reason for hope however as second place and $220.00 stands just 41.5 points away.

Bluliners: 47.1
Ice Hogs: 38.5

The Bluliners put the hurt on the Ice Hogs, a 9.8 Friday ensuring the Hogs would taste defeat for just the third time this year. The victory left GM Hamilton with a record of 4-8; his Bluliners now five games behind the Ice Hogs and Polar Bears.
The Ice Hogs will begin the second half of the season with a record of 9-3, tied with the also 9-3 Polar Bears for the H2H division lead. The 4th place Ice Hogs remain outside of the money in the overall standings, their Week 12 performance placing them 80.4 behind the leader (bad news) but just 7.0 behind third place and it's $100.00 payday (good news).

LINK: Standings


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