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PostSubject: WEEK 5 (thru Thursday)   Fri Nov 13, 2015 1:50 pm


After a relatively slow start forward-wannabe Erik Karlsson is finally gritting his teeth, the first overall draft pick collecting another 5.0 points (1g, 1a) to guide his Polar Bears team past the Slashers and into first place.

Misconducts: 28.2
Polar Bears: 59.2

The Polar Bears defense combined for 11.0 points to pace the teams 23.7 outburst; numbers that landed the Bears in first place, now 8.1 in front of the Silicon Valley Slashers. In this H2H duel the 2-2 Bears are on the verge of handing the Misconducts their first loss of the season, GM Smalley's 4-0 squad trailing by a fat 31.0

Boulder Flyers: 44.1
Wild Ducks: 32.4

The Boulder Flyers, 1-3, were Thursday's second best team, carding 17.0 points. GM Morgan's previously lifeless squad was buoyed once again by the play of youngster Linus Ullmark, the unheralded goaltender posting a 36 save win. The Wild Ducks departed the day with 7.0 points, the 1-3 franchise now sitting 11.7 rows behind the Flyers.

Silicon Valley Slashers: 33.7
Badger Bob: 40.1

Badger Bob, 2-2, inched further ahead of the Silicon Valley Slashers, GM Chester looking to hand GM Murphy his 4th loss of the season. The Bobs were lead by the play of Derick Brassard who contributed 3.0 (1g, 1a) of the teams 10.0 points. The Slashers were good for only 8.0 on Thursday, Henrik Lundqvist once again leading the way with a 31 save win.

Ice Cats: 28.4
Ice Hogs: 31.5

Like the also undefeated Misconducts, the 4-0 Ice Cats are staring at their first loss of the year, GM Cutshall's team currently trailing the again-in-last-place Ice Hogs by 3.1 points. On Thursday Max Domi was the Hogs best player (1g, 1a) while Blake Wheeler was the lone standout for the Priceless Cats.

Bluliners: 59.2
Redliners: 22.2

Despite the avalanche of Polar Bear points, the Bluliners, 2-2, remain the weeks best team; Devan Dubnyk and his 37 save win leading the Thursday charge. The Bluliners will soon see their season record climb above .500 as they lead the 2-2 Redliners by 37.0 points. There is no hope for a Redliner comeback as Father FHL has already administered last rites.

SC Cobras: 25.4
Between the Pipes: 34.0

The SC Cobras, 2-2, have suddenly gone flat, GM Murphy's outfit posting, thus far, the second lowest score of the week. Lodged in 9th place, the Cobras trail their H2H opponent by 8.6, GM Miller's Between the Pipes just a day away from what would be their second $2.00 win of the season.

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