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PostSubject: Week 13 (FINAL)   Sat Jan 17, 2015 3:34 am

Nine shots on goal resulted in two tallies as Alexander Ovechkin helped lift his Wild Ducks team into second place overall, just 46.4 shy of the suddenly vulnerable Polar Bears.

Wild Ducks: 52.1
Timbers: 33.3

The second best score of the week provided the 2nd place (overall) Wild Ducks with their 8th win of the season as they cruised past the punchless Timbers. With a record of 8-5 the Wild Ducks are just 2 games behind the H2H division leading Ice Hogs. The Timbers slipped to 5-8 with the loss, their position in the overall standings still grave as they continue to reside in the FHL cellar.

Misconducts: 45.4
Polar Bears: 27.6

No one saw this coming: the first place and previously red-hot Polar Bears posting the lowest score of the week. The measly showing dropped the Bears into second place (H2H) and has allowed other teams to walk into the Cup-chase picture, GM Elya's once beefy lead now just 46.4. The victory was the 4th for the Misconducts yet they remain six games back in the H2H division title chase. Overall the Misconducts slipped to 7th place, 94.6 behind the first place Bears.

Ice Hogs: 56.6
Dream Team: 37.8

The best score of Week 13 belongs to the Ice Hogs; a number that lifted GM Henry's 10-3 team into sole possession of first place H2H - one game better than the Polar Bears - and 3rd place overall; 51.4 behind what would be the team's third FHL championship. In defeat the 6th place (overall) Dream Team slipped under .500, their H2H record now 6-7. A season-ending payday remains doable as the Dreamers trail the 3rd place Hogs by just 42.5.

Boulder Flyers: 49.5
Redliners: 45.6

The Boulder Flyers are finally in the black as their defeat of the Redliners pushed GM Morgan's team over .500 for the first time this season. Overall, the Flyers slipped to 4th place; 51.5 behind the first place Bears yet just 5.1 back of the 2nd place Wild Ducks. The loss hurt the Redliners chances of winning the H2H crown as GM Megan's team, 8-5, now trail the division leading Ice Hogs by two games.

Bluliners: 38.1
Ice Cats: 36.6

The Bluliners rallied to trump the Ice Cats, GM Hamilton's squad improving to 5-8 with the win. The overall standings remain a thorn in Hamilton's side, his Bluiners making no progress whatsoever as they trail the Polar Bears by 135.8; a third place payday by 84.4. The Ice Cats are now a league-worst 3-10. The overall picture also brings bad news, GM Cutshall's 9th place team now 113.6 behind third place and it's $100 prize.

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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