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PostSubject: WEEK 1 (thru Wednesday)   Thu Oct 15, 2015 11:25 am


Erik Karlsson has won back-to-back FHL Cups as a member of the Bluliners (2014) and Boulder Flyers (2015). Come April the silky-smooth defender could be staring at a third, a four assist game (11.0 points) lifting his Polar Bears team into first place, 4.8 points clear of Between the Pipes.

Silicon Valley Slashers: 44.3
Polar Bears: 65.4

A 12.0 point Wednesday has virtually guaranteed that the Polar Bears will walk away with a H2H win as they lead the suddenly dazed Slashers by 21.1. GM Murphy's squad was held in check, uncovering only 1.0 on the eighth day of the extended ten day week.

Boulder Flyers: 32.3
Ice Hogs: 25.8

The wah-wah-wahhh match of the week has the 10th place Boulder Flyers still leading the last place Ice Hogs. Mark Stone (2a) and Jakob Vorecek (1a) provided the paltry 3.0 points recorded by the Flyers. The Hogs apparently like the pile of mud in the FHL basement as they continue to wallow, their effort on Wednesday providing GM Henry with a basket full of nothing.

Between the Pipes: 60.6
Badger Bob: 49.2

Between the Pipes now have a firmer grasp on this H2H contest as a 5.8 Wednesday increased their lead by 5.8. With just two days remaining in the week the Pipes, currently in second place overall, lead Badger Bob by 11.4.

Bluliners: 38.4
Wild Ducks: 48.5

The Wild Duck point total was padded by the WTF play of Mike Smith, the Coyote backstop posting a 37 save shutout (7.4 points). The netminder however was scolded by GM Collard after the game as he pitched the shutout against Anaheim - a team that houses two Wild Duck forwards.

Ice Cats: 52.1
Redliners: 31.9

The 11th place Redliners were the only team to secure points on Wednesday, netting 3.0. The Ice Cats however remain in the driver's seat, their H2H lead still bulky at 20.2.  In the overall standings Cutshall's Cats remain in 3rd place, their hole now a bit deeper at 13.3.

Misconducts: 49.8
SC Cobras: 38.4

The Misconducts moved into 4th place in the overall standings, buoyed by a 5.0 outing on Wednesday. Seeking his third FHL Cup, GM Smalley's squad currently trails the first place Polar Bears by 15.6. The Cobra's had 4.0 to show for their Wednesday effort, their H2H deficit still manageable at 11.4.

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PostSubject: Double thumbs up   Thu Oct 15, 2015 10:21 pm

With double thumbs up, Karlsson has something in common with Donald Trump and "the Master," arch-villain on British sci-fi classic Dr. Who. Of the three, Karlsson is the best skater and has the best slapshot.

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