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PostSubject: WEEK 15 (FINAL)   Thu Jan 28, 2016 2:07 pm

GM Elya has battened down the hatches, boarded the windows and deadbolted the doors, his first place Polar Bears under intense fire, the second place SC Cobras trailing by just 5.8; the third place Bluliners only 7.2 points back.

Badger Bob: 24.0
Polar Bears: 17.4

It was a forgettable week for GM Elya has his limping Polar Bears posted the lowest score among the 12 FHL teams. As a result every squad moved closer, four teams now trailing by less than 30.0 points. The poor performance also weakened the Bears' grasp of first place in the H2H standings, Badger Bob and the Ice Cats now just one game back. With their eye on the big prize, the Bobs remain in the thick of the Cup chase, trailing the top spot by just 53.8 points.

Bluliners: 45.2
Boulder Flyers: 20.6

The Bluliners were the best team of the week, gaining a huge 27.8 points on the front-running Polar Bears. GM Hamilton's on-fire squad also manhandled the Boulder Flyers, improving to 8-7 with the comprehensive H2H victory. The Flyers sunk to 7-8 on the season, GM Morgan's unfit outfit now a distant four games behind the Bears, overall-wise, still stuck in 10th place, 96.5 points back.

SC Cobras: 32.2
Silicon Valley Slashers: 21.5

It was another good week for the SC Cobras as they improved to 8-7 with the sound thrashing of the Silicon Valley Slashers. In defeat the Slashers slipped to 5-10. The Cup-chase standings find the Cobras within earshot of first place with nine weeks remaining in the season. The Slashers closed the week in 5th place yet are still Cup-worthy as they sit just 29.4 rows behind the first place Bears.

Between the Pipes: 36.1
Misconducts: 32.3

Between the Pipes crushed the H2H hopes of the Misconducts on the final day of the week, GM Millers team bagging 11.0 points, winning by 3.8. The victory upped the Pipes record to 8-7, now three games behind the Bears. The overall standings find the Pipes in 8th place, still in the thick of things as they trail by just 56.8. The Misconducts are now 7-8 on the season, a distant four games behind the division leader. Overall, the Misconducts are in position to secure what would be their third FHL Cup, trailing first place by just 16.4.

Ice Cats: 27.4
Wild Ducks: 26.3

The Ice Cats not-that-good final day was better than the final day of the Wild Ducks, GM Cutshall's team improving to 10-5 with the very important win. The Cats are now just one game behind the H2H leader, tied with Badger Bob for 2nd place. Overall, the Ice Cats are still relevant, nestled in 6th place, 53.2 points back. The Wild Ducks miserable season continues as they fell to a league-worst 4-11. Overall, the Wild Ducks remain cemented in 11th place, 120.0 points back.

Ice Hogs: 28.7
Redliners: 23.1

The Ice Hogs needed a win and they got it, defeating the last place Redliners by 5.6. The Hogs are once again over .500, the defending H2H champion improving to 8-7. Overall, the Hogs continue their trek north, now just 78.2 behind the first place Bears. The loss dropped the Redliners to 4-11, a league-low record they share with the Wild Ducks. Overall, the picture ain't pretty, the Reds still buried in the basement, now 25.1 points from daylight (11th place).

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

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