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PostSubject: WEEK 4 (thru Monday)   Tue Nov 03, 2015 1:06 pm


Drafted in the eighth round, bench warmer Morgan Rielly was inserted into the Bluiners lineup on Saturday. The 21-year-old defenseman has paid immediate dividends, depositing 8.0 points (1g, 2a) into his team's account on Monday.

Ice Hogs: 14.4
Bluliners: 20.9

Avoiding the headlines for much of the season, the quietly consistent Bluliners are now in 6th place overall, 38.3 behind the league leading Misconducts. With a H2H record of 1-2, GM Hamilton's squad is on course to even their record, now leading the 10th place Ice Hogs by 6.5.

Polar Bears: 24.5
SC Cobras: 26.4

The SC Cobras unleashed 9.0 on Monday, slithering past the napping Polar Bears. Defender Jake Muzzin (2a) and backstop Corey Crawford (33 save win) did most of the damage as GM Murphy's squad continue their migration north. The Bears are still hanging onto 2nd place but lost ground to the first place Misconducts, GM Elya's deficit now 20.8.

Between the Pipes: 7.3
Silicon Valley Slashers: 15.0

The hot-and-cold Pipes were cold once again, a week that has produced days of 0.0, 7.3 and 0.0. The Silicon Valley Slashers have failed to take advantage of their fizzling opponent, GM Murphy's 5th place team, like their opponent, still struggling to unearth points.

Misconducts: 27.9
Badger Bob: 13.1

For the second straight day the Misconducts were the recipient of a 3.0 point goalie assist, Ryan Miller doing the honors on Monday. The 35-year-old netminder also contributed a 27 save win, his Misconducts team closing the day with 7.7; all to the chagrin of Badger Bob who now find themselves sitting in a deep 14.8 hole.

Ice Cats: 14.0
Boulder Flyers: 12.0

No one apparently wants to win this H2H contest as both the Ice Cats and Boulder Flyers are having trouble locating points. The Priceless Ice Cats netted 3.0 on Monday; one more point than was harvested by the point-deficient Flyers. All told, the Ice Cats lead is 2.0.

Redliners: 16.0
Wild Ducks: 9.6

GM Megan's squad has cooled, collecting only 16.0 points through Monday. That's the bad news. The good news: the paltry number is better than the number of of their H2H opponent, the 9th place Wild Ducks still trying to crack the 10.0 point barrier with four days remaining in the week.

LINK: Standings

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