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PostSubject: WEEK 21 (thru Wednesday)   Thu Mar 17, 2016 12:24 pm

The best player in the FHL is not Erik Karlsson or Patrick Kane. With 26 goals and 38 assists, Brent Burns has hoarded the most, the SC Cobra rearguard collecting his league-leading 147th FHL point on Tuesday.

Central Red Army: 27.9
SC Cobras: 37.2

With Brent Burns launching pucks from the blueline, the SC Cobras will be in it until the end. That said, the 2015-16 clock is ticking loudly, the Cobras now in 3rd place overall, 50.4 points behind the first place Polar Bears.

Bluliners: 41.4
Misconducts: 34.8

With a defensive core also infested with talent, the Bluliners might have the best chance of knocking off the Polar Bears, GM Hamilton's second place squad now trailing the front-running Bears by just 38.6.

Ice Cats: 19.6
Polar Bears: 34.9

If Between the Pipes and Badger Bob both lose, the Polar Bears would lock-up at least a tie for the H2H division championship. Thru Wednesday, the Bears are doing their part, leading the Ice Cats by too much with not enough days remaining in the week.

Between the Pipes: 31.4
Boulder Flyers: 38.4

Between the Pipes need a victory to stay in the hunt for the H2H division title. Thus far they're having a difficult time with the Boulder Flyers, GM Morgan's squad leading by 7.0 points with two days remaining in the week.

Wild Ducks: 15.0
Silicon Valley Slashers: 34.1

The Fat Lady has been told to book a flight to this match, the Silicon Valley Slashers having absolutely no trouble with the out-of-water Wild Ducks, GM Murphy's cushion now 19.1 points thick.

Badger Bob: 35.2
Ice Hogs: 32.4

With Badger Bob's H2H title hopes on the line, the Ice Hogs are proving to be a formidable foe, GM Henry's squad now trailing GM Chester's Bobs by just 2.8.

LINK: Standings­­­­­­­
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PostSubject: Re: WEEK 21 (thru Wednesday)   Thu Mar 17, 2016 1:30 pm

Not all bad picks obviously, but for the record, a list of all who missed the Brent Burns train.   Smile Cool

1. Erik Karlsson (Polar Bears)
2. Alexander Ovechkin (Boulder Flyers)
3. Sidney Crosby (Ice Hogs)
4. John Tavares (Badger Bob)
5. Tyler Seguin (Redliners)
6. Steven Stamkos (Bluliners)
7. Carey Price (Ice Cats)
8.  Vladimir Tarasenko (SC Cobras)
9. Evgeni Malkin (Wild Ducks)
10. Phil Kessel (Misconducts)
11. Kevin Shattenkirk (Between the Pipes)
12. Jamie Benn (Silicon Valley Slashers)
13. Henrik Lundqvist (Silicon Valley Slashers)
14. Alex Pietrangelo (Between the Pipes)
15. Claude Giroux (Misconducts)
16. Kris Letang (Wild Ducks)
17. Brent Burns (SC Cobras)

That said, the best pick of the draft remains - and is without a doubt - Patrick Kane.
38 goals, 52 assists, 90 points............ selected 46th overall(!)  Shocked Shocked Shocked
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