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PostSubject: WEEK 6 (FINAL)   Sat Nov 21, 2015 3:35 am

With the previously undefeated Misconducts and Ice Cats losing for the second consecutive week, there are now, remarkably, four teams tied for first place in the H2H standings, the Misconducts, Cats, Bears and Hogs all sporting a record of 4-2.

Polar Bears: 58.1
Bluliners: 41.9

The Polar Bears were the best team of the week, GM Elya's squad now sitting in first place overall - 20.3 better than the Misconducts; tied for first place in the H2H standings. The Bluliners slumped to 3-3 in defeat though sit just one game back of the four H2H front runners. Overall the Bluliners are in 4th place, 33.2 from the top.

Between the Pipes: 54.0
Ice Cats: 40.5

Between the Pipes won for the third time, GM Millers record now square at 3-3; one of five teams with a record of 3-3. Overall the Pipes are in 8th place, 63.1 behind the first place Bears. The Ice Cats continue to drift in the wrong direction, GM Cutshall's team now 4-2 on the season; their overall lot not nearly as attractive as they reside in 7th place, 54.1 clear of first place.

Redliners: 52.2
Misconducts: 45.7

The Redliners pulled away from the Misconducts on Friday, GM Megan's team winning by a comfortable 6.5. For the season the Reds are now 3-3, one game back of the H2H division leaders. In pursuit of their first FHL Cup, the Redliners now find themselves in 6th place, 46.8 shy of the top. The Misconducts fell to 4-2 yet still hold a piece of the H2H lead. Overall the Misconducts are in second place, a very manageable 20.3 behind GM Elya's first place squad.

Boulder Flyers: 45.5
Silicon Valley Slashers: 43.4

The Silicon Valley Slashers are now the sole owner of the worst record in the league. Despite being just 20.8 out of first place overall, the Slashers have won just once, their H2H record a dismal 1-5. Conversely, the dead last Boulder Flyers improved to 3-3, a record that has placed GM Morgan's team just one game back in the H2H division. Overall, the Flyers were once again dispatched to the basement, their hole now 81.3 points deep.

Ice Hogs: 51.7
SC Cobras: 42.3

Don't look now but the defending H2H champion is tied for the H2H division lead, the Ice Hogs improving to 4-2 with a decisive win over the SC Cobras. The overall standings were also the bearer of good news, the Hogs departing the basement, landing in 10th place. The Cobras slipped to 2-4 with the loss, two games back. Overall the snakes took a step back, GM Murphy's outfit now in 11th place.

Wild Ducks: 48.4
Badger Bob: 33.9

Playing with one defenseman tied behind their back, Badger Bob was no match for the Wild Ducks. The lowest score of the week pushing the Bobs 46.2 behind the league leader, their H2H record disappointingly square at 3-3. The Wild Ducks are now 2-4 for the season, two games back. Overall the Ducks are in 9th place, a still worrisome 70.4 shy of the FHL summit.

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

LINK: Standings
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