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PostSubject: WEEK 15 (FINAL)   Sat Feb 07, 2015 10:54 am

At a glance the race for the FHL Cup appears to be a three team affair, however the Ice Hogs have quietly joined the conversation as the two-time champion now trails by just 33.8.

Ice Hogs: 71.7
Bluliners: 56.3

General George Armstrong Hamilton was leveled by the Ice Hogs; GM Henry's team improving to 11-4 with the commanding victory. The Hogs remain alone on top of the H2H division, leading the second place Wild Ducks by a single game. In the race for the FHL Cup the Hogs continue to inch closer to the top; within earshot of the first place Boulder Flyers and just 23.0 behind the third place Ducks. The Bluliners, now 5-10, remain stuck in 8th place in the overall standings, just 34.0 shy of a "first to worst" finish.

Timbers: 64.8
Polar Bears: 52.9

The Timbers improved to 6-9 by toppling the favored Polar Bears, GM Sarsynski's squad still five games behind the H2H division leading Ice Hogs. In the overall standings the Timbers remain in the cellar, the basement stairs now 27.9 steps long. It's been a forgettable few weeks for the Polar Bears who saw their 70+ point lead evaporate. Still, the Bears, now 9-6, remain in position to secure their first FHL championship as they trail the Boulder Flyers by just 5.0 points.

Wild Ducks: 70.5
Ice Cats: 68.8

The Ice Cats made things interesting on the final day of the week, drawing to within 1.7 of the coasting Wild Ducks. The Ducks held on to improve to 10-5; the record good enough to place them in 2nd place in the H2H race, one game behind the Ice Hogs. In the FHL Cup chase standings the Ducks remain in 3rd place, just 10.8 behind the top spot. The Cats fell to a league-worst 4-11 with the loss, their slot in the overall standings nearly as bad as they reside in 9th place.

Boulder Flyers: 82.5
Misconducts: 69.3

The Boulder Flyers improved to 9-6 with the win and remain two games in back of the H2H leading Ice Hogs. More importantly the week saw the Flyers rise to the top of the charts as they pursue what would be their third FHL crown. The Misconducts are now 5-10 for the season. Despite their dismal record they remain very relevant in the overall picture, the Misconducts just 51.0 in back of first place ($400); 46.0 shy of second ($220) and 40.2 behind third ($100).

Dream Team: 75.3
Redliners: 43.4

The Redliners were once serious contenders for the H2H crown and it's $30 prize. Since then it's been nothing but loses as GM Megan's Reds slipped closer to .500, their record now 8-7. The Dream Team improved to 8-7 with the decisive win, trailing the first place Hogs by three games. The overall standings find the Dreamers in 6th place, 68.4 behind the division leader.

LINK: Standings

Bluliners v. Boulder Flyers
Wild Ducks v. Misconducts
Timbers v. Redliners
Ice Cats v. Dream Team
Polar Bears v. Ice Hogs <--- Belle Tire "Match of the Week"
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