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PostSubject: WEEK 20 (FINAL)   Sat Mar 12, 2016 10:29 am

Logan Couture and his Badger Bob team are again hopeful of winning the H2H championship and it's $50.00 prize, a pivotal Week 20 victory drawing GM Chester's team to within two games of the first place Polar Bears.

Badger Bob: 40.3
Boulder Flyers: 34.6

Last week Badger Bob was heading in the wrong direction. They reversed course during Week 20, their victory over the Boulder Flyers upping their match record to 12-8. The victory combined with an unexpected Polar Bears loss has the Bobs back in the hunt of the H2H crown. The Boulder Flyers meanwhile continue to head south for the Spring, GM Morgan's team now 9-11 on the season. The money is also starting to get away from the Flyers as they now trail 3rd place by 51.0 points.

Wild Ducks: 56.5
Polar Bears: 48.1

The Polar Bears were good but they picked the wrong time to mess with the Wild Ducks, GM Collard's squad posting the best score of the week. The upset win left the Wild Ducks with a record of 8-12. Overall, the surging fowl now find themselves in 9th place - though still a distant 79.2 points behind 3rd place and it's $130.00 paycheck. The Polar Bears saw their overall lead shrink on Friday, but the Cup-hungry team is still sitting pretty, thumping the rest of the league by 45.1 points.

Bluliners: 46.9
Between the Pipes: 35.5

Between the Pipes had a chance to close to within a single game of the H2H division lead but couldn't handle the Bluliners, GM Hamilton's squad winning for the 10th time this season ($20.00). An 8.6 point Friday also provided GM Hamilton with a ray of FHL Cup-hope, his four-time championship squad still within range with four weeks remaining in the season. The Pipes are now 12-8, and despite the loss, remain in the hunt for H2H cash; tied for 2nd place in the H2H division, two games back of the Bears.

Misconducts: 41.0
Ice Hogs: 39.6

The Misconducts had just enough fuel in the tank to defeat the Ice Hogs, GM Smalley's squad improving to 11-9. While winning the H2H crown isn't realistic, 2nd place and it's $30.00 prize remains a possibility - the Misconducts just one game behind the 2nd place Bobs and Pipes. Overall, the Misconducts closed the week in 3rd place, 51.7 points behind the top of the charts. The Ice Hogs are now 9-11, the defending H2H champion a distant 5 games behind the division leader. The overall standings find the Hogs in 8th place, trailing the money by 64.6 points

SC Cobras: 53.8
Ice Cats: 37.9

The SC Cobras were the best Friday team, a 9.0 point effort lifting the snakes to within 52.7 points of first place and just 7.6 points of 2nd place and a season-ending $250.00 check. H2H-wise, the Cobras are now 10-10 for the season, a record that has deposited $20.00 into GM Murphy's FHL account. The Ice Cats continue to flounder, no surprise as Ryan O’Reilly has started the past two weeks even though he hasn't played since February 19th. The loss dropped the Ice Cats out of H2H title contention, their once sterling record now a tarnished 11-9.

Central Red Army: 32.5
Silicon Valley Slashers: 29.5

The Central Red Army made a return trip to the winner's circle, GM Buker's revitalized squad having now won 3 of their past 4 matches. With a record of 7-13, GM Buker has $14.00 in his FHL account. Overall, the Army remain trapped in the basement, trailing the sinking Ice Cats (11th place) by 71.1 points. The Silicon Valley Slashers slumped to 7-13, a record that has left them 7 full games behind the division leader. Overall, GM Murphy's teams sits in 6th place, the money (3rd place) now parked 54.4 rows in the distance.

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

LINK: Standings­­­­­­­
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