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PostSubject: WEEK 10 (FINAL)   Wed Dec 23, 2015 1:21 pm


K-Love 107.3 is likely GM Murphy's new favorite radio station, his SC Cobras departing Week 10 with 107.3 points; enough fuel to lift the Vladimir Tarasenko captained team into 4th place in the overall standings, now just 34.2 points shy of the FHL's grand prize.

SC Cobras: 107.3
Bluiners: 87.2

The Bluliners enjoyed a solid week but they were no match for the SC Cobras, GM Murphy's expansion team winning by 20.1 points. With the victory the Cobras are all square, their H2H record now 5-5. The loss left GM Hamilton's squad with a match record of 3-7; the second worst record in the league. The overall standings find the Bluliners in a much better position as they reside in 6th place, a mere 36.6 behind the money (3rd place).

Badger Bob: 74.9
Redliners: 53.1

Badger Bob had little trouble with the Redliners as they improved to 7-3 on the season. The record is the second best among the 12 FHL teams, GM Chester's team trailing only the Polar Bears in the H2H title race. Overall-wise the Bobs were pushed into 5th place but closed the gap on the first place Bears, trailing by just 35.1. The Reds meanwhile slumped to 4-6 in the H2H standings; 10th place and 97.0 points back overall.

Polar Bears: 67.4
Boulder Flyers: 57.3

The Polar Bears endured a miserable 1.0 point Tuesday but had more than enough gas in the tank to defeat the Boulder Flyers, winning by 10.1. The Bears are now 8-2 on the season and remain the sole occupant of first place in the H2H standings, leading the Bobs by a single game. Overall the Bears remain in front, their lead a bit slimmer at 27.6. The Boulder Flyers slumped to 4-6 in defeat, their lot in the overall standings still bleak, now 96.1 points back.

Ice Cats: 76.1
Misconducts: 69.0

The Misconducts posted 10.0 points on Tuesday but couldn't catch the Ice Cats, GM Smalley's H2H record falling to 6-4; a mark shared by two other teams, all three teams trailing the first place Polar Bears by two games. Overall, the Misconducts remain in 3rd place but trail by less than they did yesterday, their hole 32.8 points deep. The Ice Cats improved to 6-4 with the win, tied with the Misconducts and Between the Pipes. Overall, the Cats are in 8th place, 76.9 steps behind the division leader.

Between the Pipes: 90.8
Wild Ducks: 40.4

Johnny Gaudreau (3g) bagged 9.0 of the Pipes 19.3 Tuesday points, GM Miller's squad more than doubling their opponents score to improve to 6-4 on the season. Two games back n the H2H standings, the Pipes jumped into 7th place overall, their deficit now much less at 64.3. The Wild Ducks remain at the bottom of the H2H barrel, GM Collard's record now 2-8. Overall the situation is just as bad, the seven-time champion sill in last place, now 118.2 points back.

Silicon Valley Slashers: 65.0
Ice Hogs: 63.1

The Ice Hogs closed the gap on Tuesday but couldn't catch the Silicon Valley Slashers, GM Henry's Hogs falling to 5-5. The record has left the defending H2H champion three games behind the H2H-leading Polar Bears. Overall, the Hogs are still teetering on the edge of the basement, currently 10.5 points better than the last place Ducks. The Slashers improved to 4-6 on the season, a respectable record given their horrid start. The overall standings also find the Slashers in a respectable position, lodged in 2nd place, just 27.6 points behind the Bears.

WEEK 11
Polar Bears v. Redliners
Wild Ducks v. Misconducts
Ice Hogs v. Between the Pipes <-- Belle Tire "Match of the Week"
Boulder Flyers v. SC Cobras
Ice Cats v. Badger Bob
Bluliners v. Silicon Valley Slashers

LINK: Standings


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PostSubject: Re: WEEK 10 (FINAL)   Wed Dec 23, 2015 1:42 pm

And now, three whole days with NO hockey??!! ... Neutral  

Merry X-Mas to all!!!
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PostSubject: Re: WEEK 10 (FINAL)   Wed Dec 23, 2015 2:12 pm

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And now, three whole days with NO hockey??!! ... Neutral

Thank God. Shocked santa
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PostSubject: Three days without NHL   Thu Dec 24, 2015 9:45 pm

Hard for Badger Bob to deal with no NHL.

There are FIVE NBA (NEEDLESS BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION) GAMES being televised nationally on Christmas Day. No pale

For me, that is simply unwatchable.
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