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PostSubject: WEEK 17 (FINAL)   Sat Feb 20, 2016 9:11 am


A Jaroslav Halak 27 save shutout (5.4 points) ensured that Badger Bob would walk away a winner, both the Bobs and Ice Cats now just one game behind the Polar Bears in the suddenly tight H2H standings.

Badger Bob: 45.3
Silicon Valley Slashers: 34.8

Badger Bob †pulled away from the Silicon Valley Slashers during the waning days of the week, GM Chester's team improving to 11-6 for the season. The win, combined with a Polar Bears loss, has left the expansion franchise banging on the Polar Bears H2H door. Overall, the Bobs moved into 9th place, now just 48.0 points behind a $130.00 season-ending payday (3rd place). The Silicon Valley Slashers suffered their 12th loss of the season and now own a league-worst record of 5-12. The overall standings find the Slashers in 6th place; 43.1 points in back of 2nd place and it's $250.00 prize.

Ice Cats: 33.0
Ice Hogs: 28.3

The Ice Cats posted one of the lowest scores but still departed the week holding a victory, GM Cutshall's fortunate team now 11-6 overall; tied for second place, just one game behind the Polar Bears in the H2H standings. Unable to move north of center in the overall standings, the Cats remain lodged in 7th place, 86.0 points behind the FHL Cup. Looking as if they were going to make a run at the leaderboard just a week ago, GM Henry is now scratching his head, his quiet Ice Hogs dispatched to familiar territory, just two spots clear of the basement.

Misconducts: 48.6
Polar Bears: 36.9

The Polar Bears were dealt just their 5th loss of the season, the David Misconducts taking down the Goliath Bears. The victory pushed the Misconducts record over .500, GM Smalleyís squad now 9-8 for the season. Despite the win, the Misconducts were shoved out of the money on Friday; the team now in 4th place overall, 50.9 points behind what would be their 3rd FHL Cup championship. The Polar Bears meanwhile have a H2H fight on their hands, leading two teams by a single game. Despite the bad H2H news, the Bears overall cushion remains comfortable, GM Elyaís squad leading by 40.6 points.

Between the Pipes: 52.5
SC Cobras: 44.8

Between the Pipes didnít register a point on Friday but still posted the best score of the week, GM Millerís squad improving to 10-7. With seven long weeks remaining in the season, the Pipes are still in the H2H title chase, trailing the first place Polar Bears by just two games. The overall picture is also brighter, the Pipes now just 39.9 points in rear of a $250.00 season ending paycheck (2nd place). The SC Cobras are now 8-9 for the year, their chance of securing H2H money practically nil. Such is not the case in the overall standings, GM Murphyís team nestled in second place, just 40.6 points behind first place and itís $452.00 prize.

Central Red Army: 50.5
Bluliners: 32.5

The Central Red Army have found new life under the tutelage of GM Buker, the CRA ripping the second best score of the week, soundly defeating the heavily favored Bluliners. The win provided the Army with their 5th win of the season ($10.00), the never-say-die franchise crawling to within 47.4 points of sunlight (11th place). The Bluliners rebounded late but couldnít overcome their horrific start, GM Hamiltonís squad falling to 8-9 in defeat. The late week push however did lift the Bluliners back into the money, the third place team now trailing the top spot by 47.1 points.

Boulder Flyers: 47.2
Wild Ducks: 42.0

Robin Hood Lehner stole from the rich and gave to the points-poor, his 38 save shutout gifting the Boulder Flyers 7.6 points on Friday. The number proved enough to take down the Wild Ducks, the Flyers scampering past GM Collardís team on the final day of the week. The Flyers are now 9-8 for the season. Overall, the clouds have parted somewhat, GM Morganís team now in 8th place. The Wild Ducks slipped to 5-12 for the year, too many games behind the H2H division leader. Overall, the Wild Ducks continue to suckle 11th place, 136.8 points shy of the FHL summit; 89.7 points behind the money.

WEEK 18
Silicon Valley Slashers v. Boulder Flyers
SC Cobras v. Ice Hogs
Polar Bears v. Bluliners
Between the Pipes v. Ice Cats <-- Belle Tire "Match of the Week"
Misconducts v. Central Red Army
Wild Ducks v. Badger Bob

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