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PostSubject: WEEK 23 (FINAL)   Sat Apr 04, 2015 4:35 am

On Friday Jonathan Toews (2g) drove the final stake into the Boulder Flyers hopes of winning the H2H title, his Ice Hogs team claiming the crown and it's $30.00 prize.

Ice Hogs: 56.5
Boulder Flyers: 49.2

• The Ice Hogs are the 2014-15 H2H champions, leading the division from start to finish. Begining the season 6-0, the Hogs won 11 of their next 17 matches to secure the crown, their record now 17-6 with one week left to be contested; a mark that has placed them two games in front of both the Boulder Flyers and Wild Ducks. The overall standings still find the Hogs in the money as GM Henry's squad remains in 3rd place, 28.8 points better than the Polar Bears.
• The Boulder Flyers were beating the Ice Hogs through Wednesday but simply ran out of gas, two of their best players, Letang and Tarasenko, carted to the shelf early in the week. The overall standings also brought bad news as the drifting Flyers were caught and passed by the Wild Ducks, GM Collard's squad back in first place with one long week remaining in the season.

Wild Ducks: 78.9
Bluiners: 39.6

• The Wild Ducks exploded for 20.0 on Friday as they bolted into first place, their lead now 4.7 with the season entering it's final eight day week. The task of winning their 8th FHL Cup won't be easy as high scoring defenseman Dustin Byfuglien was suspended and Shea Weber's status (injury) remains in question.
• The Bluliners won't win the Laughing Bag but that's the only good thing can be said of GM Hamilton's 2014-15 season. With a H2H record of 8-15, the Bluliners are in 8th place overall, 218.8 points behind the position they held last year.

Polar Bears: 38.6
Dream Team: 28.1

• The Polar Bears improved to 14-9 ($28.00) and could still win a share of 2nd place H2H cash if they defeat the Boulder Flyers and the Wild Ducks fall to the Ice Hogs. The Bears also have a shot at 3rd place and it's $100 payday, the Ice Hogs still within range.
• The loss left the Dream Team with a mark of 12-11, 5 games behind the Ice Hogs. In the overall standings the Dream Team are cemented in 6th place, 148.0 points back.

Redliners: 41.3
Misconducts: 40.9

• The Redliners upended the Misconducts, improving to 10-13 ($20.00). They remain in 7th place overall, 110.3 points behind the money (3rd place).
• The Misconducts are now the sole owner of the worst record in the league. Despite enjoying some success in the Cup chase standings the veteran franchise has only won 7 of 23 H2H matches ($14.00).

Ice Cats: 53.0
Timbers: 47.3

• The Ice Cats improved to 8-15 ($16.00) but still have the inside track to the Laughing Bag as they remain in last place, 16.2 behind the 9th place Timbers with eight days left to be played.
• The Timbers slumped to 9-14 by falling to the league's worst team. GM Sarzynski's squad remains in 9th place but the Ice Cats and the Laughing Bag continue to nip at their heels.

LINK: Standings

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