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PostSubject: WEEK 22 (FINAL)   Sat Mar 28, 2015 3:54 am

Needing a win to claim at least a share of the H2H title, Jonathan Toews and his Ice Hog team fell to the Dream Team; the Boulder Flyers now just a game back with two weeks remaining in the season.

Dream Team: 50.9
Ice Hogs: 46.8

The favored Ice Hogs were slain by the underdog Dream Team, GM Henry's record now 16-6. Despite the loss the 3rd place (overall) Ice Hogs remain in the H2H driver's seat as they can claim the title next week when they lock horns with the Boulder Flyers. The Dream Team improved to 12-10 with the win, a record that would pay GM Austin $24.00 at the conclusion of the season.

Boulder Flyers: 51.1
Redliners: 40.2

The Redliners put up a fight but finally succumbed to the first place (overall) Boulder Flyers, GM Morgan's record now 15-7. One game back in the H2H standings, the Boulder Flyers will face the Ice Hogs in Week 23 - and could play the Hogs again during the final week of the season (position round). Once in contention for H2H money the Redliners have done an about face, their once sterling record now dismal at 9-13.

Wild Ducks: 53.3
Timbers: 23.9

The second place (overall) Wild Ducks were the best team of the week, the performance leaving GM Collard 25.0 points behind the Boulder Flyers in the race for the FHL Cup. With a record of 14-8 ($28.00) the Ducks can no longer win the H2H title but remain in contention for 2nd place; a spot that pays $10.00 at the conclusion of the season. The Timbers slumped to 9-13 in defeat though remain well clear of the basement in the overall standings, their lead over the last place Ice Cats now 21.9.

Polar Bears: 38.8
Misconducts: 35.8

The Polar Bears clipped the Misconducts, improving to 13-9 ($26.00). In the overall standings the Polar Bears now trail the first place Boulder Flyers by a distant 85.9 yet sit a mere 10.9 rows behind the 3rd place Ice Hogs ($100.00). Meanwhile, time is running out for the 5th place Misconducts, 7-15, who now trail the third place Hogs by 38.7.

Bluliners: 45.9
Ice Cats: 26.4

The Bluliners are 8-14 ($16.00) after thrashing the Ice Cats. In 8th place overall, the defending champs look like they will avoid the stigma of a "first to worst" finish as they lead the cellar-dwelling Cats by 34.9. No good news is coming out of the Ice Cats camp as the veteran franchise remains in last place in both the overall and H2H standings.

LINK: Standings

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