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PostSubject: WEEK 19 (thru Sunday)   Mon Feb 29, 2016 1:29 pm


Corey Perry apparently likes his new digs in Blulinerville. Acquired by GM Hamilton in a blockbuster trade on Saturday, the previously dormant forward erupted for 13.0 points (3g, 1a), lifting his previously dormant team into second place in the overall standings.

Bluliners: 28.2
Badger Bob: 12.0

The trading of three of his best players - Malkin, Backstrom and Subban - has thus far paid dividends for GM Hamilton, a 28.2 point weekend placing the Bluliners on the top of the Week 19 charts. The deluge of points has also brought the Bluliners to within 55.7 points of first place, GM Hamilton now with a clear view of the FHL Cup. Badger Bob meanwhile have their work cut out for them, the second best H2H team trailing the streaking Blues by a nasty 16.2.

Polar Bears: 18.2
Ice Hogs: 9.1

With a 50+ point lead in the Cup-chase standings, the Polar Bears don’t have to be great - just good enough over the final six weeks of the season. Good enough they were over the weekend as GM Elya’s squad pocketed 18.2 points, their overall lead now heftier; their lead in their H2H duel with the slumping Ice Hogs already comfortable at 9.1.

Silicon Valley Slashers: 20.0
Ice Cats: 13.0

By making no moves on Saturday - leaving an injured Ryan O’Reilly in the starting lineup - the Ice Cats began play nestled behind the eight ball.  After the weekend, behind the eight ball they remain, the 5th place Silicon Valley Slashers taking full advantage of GM Cutshall’s shorthanded team, bolting to a quick 7.0 point lead.

Central Red Army: 14.6
Between the Pipes: 13.7

The Belle Tire “Match of the Week” features Between the Pipes - a team in hot pursuit of the H2H title - versus the last place but also playing exceptionally well Central Red Army. With five days remaining in the week the again upset-minded Army are leading the Pipes, GM Buker’s resurrected squad currently nuzzling a 0.9 lead.

SC Cobras: 7.8
Wild Ducks: 11.6

The weekend wasn’t kind to the SC Cobras. Once the best team in the land, the snakes have been shoved out of the money, currently seated in 4th place overall, 60.3 points behind the first place Polar Bears. With problems of their own, the Wild Ducks have no sympathy for the catatonic Cobras, GM Collard’s squad currently enjoying a 3.8 lead.

Boulder Flyers: 18.2
Misconducts: 18.5

The closest match of the bunch has the Misconducts leading the Boulder Flyers by 0.3. The overall standings find GM Smalley’s team in 3rd place, 57.5 points back. While first place is too far for GM Morgan to see, his Boulder Flyers are still within reach of the money, trailing the 3rd place Misconducts by 29.6.

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