HomeHome  FAQFAQ  SearchSearch  MemberlistMemberlist  UsergroupsUsergroups  RegisterRegister  Log in  

Share | 


Go down 

Posts : 2701
Join date : 2008-09-13

PostSubject: WEEK 14 (FINAL)   Fri Jan 23, 2015 12:36 pm

The Boulder Flyers now have the first place Polar Bears in their sight, a 9.0 game by Erik Karlsson (2g) drawing the Flyers to within 24.6.

Boulder Flyers: 53.9
Ice Hogs: 30.8

The second best tally of the week have the Boulder Flyers thinking both "FHL Cup" and "H2H Crown." Within spitting distance of the Polar Bears (if you can spit really far) the Flyers are now just two games behind the H2H leading Ice Hogs. The Flyers improved to 8-6 after thumping the Ice Hogs, winning by 23.1.
The Ice Hogs lost for the fourth time but still remain on top of the H2H mountain, their 10-4 record providing them with a one game lead over both the Polar Bears and Wild Ducks. Nestled in 4th place in the overall standings, the Hogs are still in the FHL Cup picture, their deficit entirely manageable at 47.6.

Dream Team: 35.1
Polar Bears: 27.0

The Dream Team's "okay" week was good enough to dismiss the slumping Polar Bears, the victory leaving GM Austin with a record of 7-7; good enough for 6th place. The Dream Team find themselves in 7th place in the overall standings as they trail what would be their first FHL championship by 85.8.
The Polar Bears unprecedented slide continues as another dismal week has GM Elya looking over his shoulder, two once-far-away teams now nipping at his heels. The loss left the Bears with a record of 9-5, still good enough for second place H2H; one game behind the division leading Ice Hogs.

Wild Ducks: 50.0
Bluliners: 29.8

Once trailing by close to 90.0 points, the charging Wild Ducks have moved to within 23.4 of the first place Polar Bears. In second place overall, the seven-time champion Ducks are also in second place in the H2H division, their 9-5 record placing them just one game behind Henry's Hogs.
A lackluster week added nothing to the Bluliners lackluster season, another loss leaving the defending champion Bluliners with a H2H record of 5-9. In the overall standings the Bluliners continue to wallow in the lower half of the standings, GM Hamilton's 8th place team now 133.0 back.

Misconducts: 59.2
Redliners: 37.9

The Misconducts continue to make noise, the best score of Week 14 drawing GM Smalley's two-time champion team to within 62.4 of first place; only 39.0 behind 2nd place and it's $220.00 prize. The win leaves the Misconducts with a record of 5-9, a still distant 5 games behind the H2H division lead.
The Redliners lost again, their H2H division title hopes now beginning to fade. With a still solid record of 8-6, the Redliners sit in 4th place, 2 games behind the frontrunners. In the overall standings the Redliners find themselves in 6th place, though just 55.6 out of the money (3rd place).

Ice Cats: 40.4
Timbers: 26.5

The Ice Cats are on the rebound, a solid outing leaving GM Cutshall with a record of 4-10; better yes, but still the worst record in the league. The overall picture remains dark as the Ice Cats are in 9th place, 151.6 behind the first place Polar Bears.
The Timers recorded the week's lowest score, a 26.5 outing leaving them with a H2H record of 5-9; five games behind the division leader. The overall standings find the Timbers (still) in last place, their deficit now 175.5 with 10 weeks remaining in the 2014-15 season.

LINK: Standings

Boulder Flyers v. Misconducts
Bluliners v. Ice Hogs
Wild Ducks v. Ice Cats
Timbers v. Polar Bears
Dream Team v. Redliners
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://fhl-since-1993.forumotion.net
Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
» Top Gear USA next week, one of our wagons represented?
» AA Tour Final in Perth to be live streamed on WCSN
» E W Foster Cup Final
» Matthew Eddy confident of Stawell Gift Final
» 2011 Stawell Gift Final - VIDEO

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
 :: FHL News-
Jump to: