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PostSubject: WEEK 20 (thru Monday)   Tue Mar 08, 2016 1:55 pm


Apparently feeling guilty for taking the weekend off, the Misconducts responded in a big way on Monday, Claude Giroux (2a) and Shayne Gostisbehere (2g) combining for 11.0 of their team's league-best 18.0 points.

Misconducts: 22.0
Ice Hogs: 18.0

On a slippery slope after the weekend, the Misconducts have regained their footing, vaulting over the Bluliners and into 2nd place in the overall standings. GM Henry isn't smiling. Once comfortably in front, the Ice Hogs now have a H2H fight on their hands, trailing the mercurial Misconducts by 4.0 points.

Polar Bears: 26.5
Wild Ducks: 33.8

A Tuukka Rask 47 save win guided the Polar Bears to a 7.7 point evening, the exact same number of points the Wild Ducks uncorked on Monday. As a result, GM Collard maintained his 7.3 advantage, with now only four days remaining in the week.

Bluliners: 21.0
Between the Pipes: 22.5

With the Polar Bears losing, a win could place Between the Pipes just one game back of the Bears in the chase for the H2H championship (and it's $50.00 prize). Martin Jones answered the bell on Monday, the Pipes backstop posting a 47 save win, his team now leading the Bluliners by 1.5.

Ice Cats: 19.7
SC Cobras: 31.0

Once again energized by the play of Brent Burns (1g, 1a) the SC Cobras exploded for 16.7 points, GM Murphy's team now just 53.9 points south of first place ($452.00) and a mere 4.8 points shy of 2nd place and a $250.00 season-ending paycheck. The snakes are also trouncing the drifting Ice Cats, their H2H lead now 11.3 points.

Badger Bob: 19.3
Boulder Flyers: 23.0

The Boulder Flyers endured a did-practically-nothing Monday, Badger Bob now back in this H2H match, a 9.1 point outing drawing GM Chester's squad to within 3.7.

Silicon Valley Slashers: 13.2
Central Red Army: 13.4

There weren't a lot of fireworks here but the Central Red Army did manage to uncover 6.0 points; enough to inch ahead of the Sleeping Valley Slashers, GM Buker's lead now 0.2 points with only Tuesday-thru-Friday left to be played.

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