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PostSubject: WEEK 19 (FINAL)   Sat Mar 07, 2015 3:08 am

On January 9th the Polar Bears led by over 70 points and appeared to be cruising toward their first FHL championship. Less than two months later the Bears find themselves in third place, 36.7 points back; a hard to believe swing of over 106 points.

Bluliners: 37.3
Polar Bears: 35.3

While the season has provided the Polar Bears with a bevy of reasons to be disappointed, their first FHL championship is still within reach. With Tyler Seguin scheduled to return next week and the rest of the team once again healthy, a run at the Cup is certainly not out of the question. The same cannot be said of the Bluliners who have April 11th marked on their calendar; the day the hugely disappointing 2014-15 season will be finally put to bed.

Dream Team: 48.0
Wild Ducks: 42.2

Like the Polar Bears previously, the Wild Ducks were firing on all cylinders as they too appeared to be gliding toward yet another championship. The plans for the parade however were put on hold as midweek injuries to Ovechkin, Luongo and Byfuglien have thrown GM Collard for a loop. The Dream Team took advantage of the Wild Ducks misfortune as they won their tenth match of the season.

Ice Hogs: 36.8
Redliners: 33.5

Even though the Ice Hogs have been lodged in 4th place for much of the season the two-time champion has been head-to-head blessed. With a record of 8-5 after a perfect 6-0 start, the Ice Hogs continue to lead the H2H division and remain the favorite to walk away with the $30.00 prize. The Redliners continue to loiter in the middle of the pack, their chance of Week 19 success derailed by the injured Ryan Miller and his current role as a starter.

Timbers: 49.4
Misconducts: 48.4

The Timbers have been one of the best teams in recent weeks. Despite their unfavorable slot in the standings GM Sarzynski has continued to make moves. By paying attention to his team the Timbers have exited the basement and continue to gain on the 7th place Redliners. With eight wins overall, GM Sarzynski has now pocketed $16. Last Saturday GM Smalley fired half his team. The results of the shake-up have been mixed as his Misconducts posted credible numbers but still fell victim to the Timbers.

Boulder Flyers: 46.9
Ice Cats: 26.8

The Boulder Flyers were the best team in the league for close to a week but have since had trouble keeping pace with the Wild Ducks. The two-time champion however has inched closer in recent days and with only five weeks remaining in the season trail the banged-up Ducks by just 7.7. For weeks the Ice Cats lineup was littered with injured players, a fact that saw the veteran franchise drift further south in the standings. Still without a championship, the team could win their first FHL Laughing Bag as last place continues to hound the Ice Cats.

LINK: Standings

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