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PostSubject: WEEK 1 (thru Saturday)   Sun Oct 11, 2015 1:14 pm

Gabriel Landeskog’s 8.0 game (2g, 2a) helped lift his team into first place in the overall standings, Between the Pipes currently 3.0 points better than the second place Polar Bears.

Badger Bob: 28.0
Between the Pipes: 41.6

A monstrous 31.1 Saturday has shoved Between the Pipes to the top of the FHL pile and a stiff 13.6 in front of a dazed Badger Bob. The entire team was humming. In addition to Landeskog’s career outing, backstop Martin Jones was stellar once again, netting 5.4 points (27 save shout). Johnny Gaudreau was also good (1g, 2a) as was Nathan MacKinnon (1g, 2a), among others. The Bob’s collected 11.0 and now find themselves in 7th place, though just 13.6 behind the front-runner.

Silicon Valley Slashers: 32.1
Polar Bears: 38.6

Erik Karlsson finally found his stride, dishing out three assists (6.0 points) to keep his Polar Bear team within sniffing distance of first place. The Slashers uncorked 16.8 on Saturday, lead once again by the play of Henrik Lundqvist (37 save win). John Carlson was also fruitful, picking up a pair of helpers.

Bluliners: 21.4
Wild Ducks: 31.1

With just 8.7 to show for Saturday the Wild Ducks’ stock was downgraded as they slipped from 1st place to 5th place. GM Collard however is still sitting pretty in this H2H duel as his Ducks are 9.7 better than the Bluliners; a still-struggling team that found only 7.0 points on Day 4 of the 10 day week.  

Ice Cats: 34.6
Redliners: 17.7

Pekka Rinne pitched a 31 save shutout (6.2 points) but it couldn’t save the Redliners as they continued to slide deeper in the standings. Lodged in 11th place overall, 23.9 behind the first place Pipes, the Reds now trail their H2H opponent by 16.9. Despite playing shorthanded - defenseman James Wisniewski likely done for the season - the 3rd place Ice Cats remain relevant, trailing the Pipes by just 7.0.

Misconducts: 28.6
SC Cobras: 23.4

Kyle Turris continues to sparkle as the 6th round draft pick pocketed another 3.0 (1g, 1a) to pace the Misconducts attack. Phil Kessel potted his first goal as the Misconducts departed Saturday carrying 14.7 points. Now trailing the Misconducts by 5.2, the Cobras were the beneficiary of 3.0 game (1g,1a) from Vladimir Tarasenko and a 30 save win compliments of Semyon Varlamov.

Boulder Flyers: 22.3
Ice Hogs: 15.2

Ironic indeed that the softest match of the week features the defending FHL Cup champion and the defending H2H champ. That said, the Boulder Flyers did show a brief sign of life as they took 12.9 from Saturday. Playing his first game of the season, Alexander Ovechkin contributed 3.0 (1g,1a) as did Keith Yandle (2a). The last place Ice Hogs are still suffering from the lack of Pen-production as Sidney Crosby has yet to register a point in 2015-16.

LINK: Standings

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