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PostSubject: WEEK 1 (FINAL)   Sat Oct 17, 2015 3:44 am

Between the Pipes made the most noise during the first week of the season - the team befittingly lead by a goaltender - backstop Martin Jones debuting with two shutouts and a perfect 4-0 record.

Between the Pipes: 71.4
Badger Bob: 60.7

Between the Pipes improved to 1-0 by winning their first ever H2H match, soundly defeating Badger Bob by 10.7. The win also provided GM Miller with a $2.00 payday. The overall standings find the Pipes in first place, 1.1 better than the Polar Bears. By falling in their first ever H2H affair, banged-up Badger Bob slipped to 0-1.

Polar Bears: 70.3
Silicon Valley Slashers: 65.9

The Slashers had a great opening week but were unfortunately pitted against the fast-starting Polar Bears, their record dipping to 0-1. In 4th place overall, the Slashers trail the top spot by just 5.5. The Cup-hungry Polar Bears, 1-0, were the second best team of the week, a 70.3 effort placing GM Elya's squad 1.1 behind GM Miller's Pipes.

Boulder Flyers: 38.3
Ice Hogs: 35.9

The 11th place Boulder Flyers were better than just one team. Fortunately for GM Morgan, that team was their H2H opponent. Despite feeling as if he didn't deserve the win, GM Morgan was not shy about accepting the $2.00 prize and treating his team to dinner (two bean burritos cut into 16 pieces). The Ice Hog start couldn't have been worse as the defending H2H champion parted the week entrenched in the FHL basement (and hating Sidney Crosby with a passion).

Wild Ducks: 61.5
Bluliners: 54.9

Despite anemic production from the defensive slot the Wild Ducks proved to be better than the Bluliners, GM Collard's squad now 1-0 for the season. The overall standings find the Wild Ducks in the hunt, lodged in 6th place, just 9.9 back. The 8th place Bluliners depart the opening week with no money in their FHL bank account; trailing Between the Pipes by 16.5.

Ice Cats: 66.7
Redliners: 38.9

GM Cutshall's squad was the third best team of the week, the Ice Cats baring their claws in a solid 66.7 point effort. Now 1-0, the veteran franchise is just 4.7 in back of first place, pursuing what would be their first FHL Cup championship. Looking at the bright side, the Redliners had a pleasant Friday as they passed the wilting Boulder Flyers and now sit in 10th place overall.

Misconducts: 62.2
SC Cobras: 47.4

The Misconducts closed the week in 5th place, just 9.2 back. The performance was good enough for a H2H win as GM Smalley's squad trounced the Cobras, winning by 14.8. Despite the disappointment of losing their first H2H contest, the 9th place Cobras are still in the thick of things, trailing the top dog by 24.0.

LINK: Standings

Ice Hogs v. Wild Ducks
Bluliners v. Ice Cats
Between the Pipes v. Polar Bears <-- Belle Tire "Match of the Week"
Boulder Flyers v. Redliners
Silicon Valley Slashers v. Misconducts
SC Cobras v. Badger Bob
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