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PostSubject: WEEK 16 (thru Monday)   Tue Feb 09, 2016 11:22 am

With 12 goals and 10 assists in his past 11 games, Sidney Crosby is once again the best player in the NHL, the Ice Hogs center lifting his team into 6th place overall, now just 72.1 points behind the first place Polar Bears.

Bluliners: 52.4
Ice Hogs: 80.5

While not yet in the FHL penthouse, the Ice Hogs now occupy one of the top six floors of the overall standings, GM Henry's once-completely-out-of-it team poised to make a run at the coveted Cup. The team is also poised to hand the Bluliners their 8th loss of the season, the Ice Hogs leading this H2H massacre by 28.1.

SC Cobras: 42.2
Polar Bears: 74.4

Apparently still exhausted from their record-breaking performance, the Polar Bears only scraped together 2.0 points; the only points they have uncovered since Saturday. The SC Cobras however have yet to take advantage of the suddenly quiet Bears, GM Murphy's squad held in check on Monday, now trailing the top spot by 38.0 points.

Between the Pipes: 47.3
Silicon Valley Slashers: 32.3

The Silicon Valley Slashers have a pulse, another good outing drawing the once flatlining squad to within 15.0 points of the once-leading-by-a-ton Between the Pipes. Overall-wise, the Slashers have reoccupied 5th place and now sit just 71.5 rows behind the front-running Polar Bears. The Pipes remain lodged in 8th place, 83.9 points back.

Badger Bob: 28.4
Misconducts: 47.4

If Badger Bob is to keep pace with the Polar Bears in the H2H standings, GM Chester's squad will have to get their heinie in gear, the Bobs now trailing the Misconducts by 19.0 points. The Misconducts meanwhile inched closer to the resting Polar Bears, a 5.6 point Monday drawing GM Smalley's squad to within 43.4.

Central Red Army: 34.9
Wild Ducks: 66.2

The Wild Ducks continue to play solid hockey, Kris Letang (2a) once again leading the way. While the overall picture remains bleak, sun is shining on GM Collard's H2H fortunes, the Ducks now leading the did-nothing-on-Monday Central Red Army by 31.3.

Boulder Flyers: 58.1
Ice Cats: 50.0

Both the Boulder Flyers and Ice Cats departed Monday with nothing up their sleeve, the need-a-win-to-stay-in-H2H-contention Ice Cats still trailing the upset-minded Boulder Flyers with just four ticks remaining on the Week 16 clock.

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