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PostSubject: WEEK 7 (thru Tuesday)   Wed Nov 25, 2015 11:32 am

Ryan Getzlaf finally took a long awaited trip to Bonusland, the Wild Duck forward exploding for 12.0 points (5a) on Tuesday, his once sagging team climbing to within 74.0 of first place and 51.7 of the money (third place).

Wild Ducks: 27.4
SC Cobras: 32.6

Yesterday they were cueing the fat lady. Today the fat lady was told to pack her bags and head home, the Wild Ducks 20.0 point night bringing GM Collard's squad to within 5.2 of the once-smiling SC Cobras. In addition to Getzlaf's outburst, Corey Perry potted 5.0 points (2g, 1a), the Ducks moving into 10th place in the overall standings.

Silicon Valley Slashers: 41.1
Ice Cats: 26.8

The second place Slashers collected 5.0 on Tuesday, inching closer to the first place Polar Bears, GM Murphy's deficit now 10.7. In this H2H tilt, GM Murphy's outfit still has the inside track, his 1-5 Slashers leading the 4-2 Ice Cats by 14.3 with three days remaining in the week (two actually, as no games are scheduled for Thanksgiving).

Boulder Flyers: 24.5
Misconducts: 29.0

A John Klingberg assist was the only point registered on Tuesday, the now-in-eleventh-place Boulder Flyers, 3-3, now trailing the third place Misconducts, 4-2, by 4.5.  

Badger Bob: 36.3
Bluliners: 22.4

The Bluliners were the only team to register points on Tuesday, GM Hamilton's four-time champion squad now trailing the expansion franchise Bobs by 13.9. In the overall standings Badger Bob remains in fourth place, 40.9 back. The fifth place Bluliners are hot on their heels, trailing GM Chester's team by just 0.9.

Polar Bears: 31.0
Ice Hogs: 12.7

A lone point is all the Polar Bears could muster while the fishtailing Ice Hogs uncovered just 3.0. As a result, the Polar Bears lead remains virtually insurmountable, GM Elya's first place squad currently 18.3 points better than the last place Hogs.

Between the Pipes: 34.3
Redliners: 7.0

The FHL record for fewest points scored in a week is 11.0. The Redliners are in danger of supplanting that mark, GM Megan's napping team posting just 7.0 points during the first four days of the week. A grinning GM Miller doesn't seem bothered by his opponent's point issues, his 3-3 Pipes currently 27.3 better than the 3-3 Reds.

LINK: Standings
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