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PostSubject: WEEK 4 (thru Saturday)   Sun Nov 01, 2015 12:21 pm


After a huge opening week, Between the Pipes was the best team in the FHL. The tide has turned in a big way, a nothing Saturday - including a loss by Craig Anderson (above) - dropping the one-time league leader into last place in the overall standings.

Between the Pipes: 0.0
Silicon Valley Slashers: 5.0

The Slashers posted the second lowest Saturday score, collecting only 5.0 points. The win-starved expansion franchise however is on course to net their first H2H win as their opponent - the corroding Pipes - have yet to find the back of the net.

Misconducts: 16.2
Badger Bob: 9.1

In what is expected to be a barn-burner, the first place Misconducts lead Badger Bob by 7.1. Marc-Andre Fleury was perfect again, netting his second shutout of the season and adding a 3.0 point assist. The Misconducts workhorse has now played 10 of his team's 11 games. The Bobs Saturday tally wasn't good enough for the team to hold it's ground, falling from 3rd place to 4th place in the overall tables.

Ice Cats: 11.0
Boulder Flyers: 9.0

The undefeated Ice Cats are gunning for their 4th win of the season, locking horns with the struggling Boulder Flyers. Even though the Cats look good after the opener, leading by 2.0, point-hog Carey Price has been sidelined by a lower body injury. With Price sitting on the shelf, the Flyers chances have been upgraded from "keep dreaming" to "maybe."

Ice Hogs: 12.4
Bluliners: 8.9

New-hire Frans Nielsen made an immediate impact, potting a goal to help guide his Ice Hogs team to a 3.5 lead over the Bluliners. Now in 9th place overall, the Hogs trail what would be their third FHL Cup by 52.6. The Bluliners were passed by the Redliners, GM Hamilton's team now in 7th place.

Redliners: 12.0
Wild Ducks: 9.6

Niklas Kronwall collected a pair of helpers (3.0 points), providing his Redliners team with a 2.4 advantage in their H2H battle with the Wild Ducks. GM Megan's team also gained ground in the chase for the Cup, sliding into 6th place, 35.9 behind the first place Misconducts. The Wild Ducks remain in 8th place, now 49.1 back.

Polar Bears: 17.5
SC Cobras: 6.0

Infused with significant points from Tyler Toffoli and Shea Weber, the Polar Bears carded the best Saturday score, a 17.5 eruption providing them with a 11.5 lead over the SC Cobras. The Bears now occupy a money-spot in the standings as they sit in 3rd place. The Cobras dropped a notch but remain clear of the basement, leading the last place Pipes by 6.8.

LINK: Standings

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