HomeHome  FAQFAQ  SearchSearch  MemberlistMemberlist  UsergroupsUsergroups  RegisterRegister  Log in  

Share | 

 WEEK 2 (thru Thursday)

Go down 

Posts : 2701
Join date : 2008-09-13

PostSubject: WEEK 2 (thru Thursday)   Fri Oct 23, 2015 9:26 am

The Wild Ducks have yet to take flight, largely due to the disappointing play of second round draft picks Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry. Six games into the season both players are still searching for their first goal, two assists the only points they have been able to muster.

Ice Hogs: 31.2
Wild Ducks: 22.7

The defending H2H champion Ice Hogs took only 3.5 from Thursday but remain on track to secure their first win of the season. With only Friday left to be contested, GM Henry’s 11th place Hogs are leading GM Collard's 7th place Ducks by 8.5.

SC Cobras: 18.7
Badger Bob: 42.8

One day separates Badger Bob from their first H2H victory, another 4.0 points padding GM Chester's practically insurmountable lead. The last place Cobras, 0-1, meanwhile took one step closer to daylight, their 6.6 Thursday effort drawing them to within 1.0 of the 11th place Ice Hogs.

Polar Bears: 31.0
Between the Pipes: 11.0

The Polar Bears have cooled considerably but remain within spitting distance of first place, trailing the first place Bobs by 2.2. After ruling the FHL the first week of the season, the hot and now cold Pipes have only 11.0 points to show for their week two effort. As a result GM Miller’s deficit is deep, his 1-0 Pipes trailing the Polar Bears by 20.0.

Boulder Flyers: 40.0
Redliners: 41.2

The Boulder Flyers, 1-0, were poised to catch and pass the winless Redliners, thanks in part to John Klingberg’s 5.0 effort (1g, 1a). The Redliners would have none of that, countering with an 8.0 point game from Jeff Carter (2g, 2a), GM Megan’s advantage now 1.2 with one day remaining in the week.

Ice Cats: 28.5
Bluliners: 30.1

The 4th place Ice Cats and 6th place Bluliners are neck and neck as they race toward the week two finish line. In search of their first win of the 2015-16 campaign, the upset-minded Bluliners gathered 4.7 on Thursday and now lead the underfed Cats by 1.6.

Misconducts: 33.4
Silicon Valley Slashers: 26.4

Rick Nash deposited his first goal of the season, albeit into an empty net, but it was enough to inspire his Slasher team as they walked away from Thursday carrying 8.4. The Misconducts meanwhile have quietly climbed into third place in the overall rankings, GM Smalley's advantage over the Slashers a bit precarious at 7.0.

LINK: Standings
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://fhl-since-1993.forumotion.net
WEEK 2 (thru Thursday)
Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
» Top Gear USA next week, one of our wagons represented?
» Stock for the week of 7/31/2011
» Step-back week mileage
» marathons 1 week apart

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
 :: FHL News-
Jump to: