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PostSubject: WEEK 2 (thru Tuesday)   Wed Oct 19, 2016 1:42 pm

In the oven for almost a week, Patrick Kane is just now starting to rise, last years scoring leader providing his Bluliners team with 8.0 points on Tuesday (1g, 3a).

Bluliners: 18.3
Misconducts: 23.1

Backed by the play of Patrick Kane, the Bluliners climbed back into this H2H battle, GM Hamilton's crew now just 4.8 points behind the Misconducts. The overall picture is also brighter, the Bluiners now in 4th place. The Misconducts and their 6.0 point Tuesday remain in 3rd place overall, now 21.3 points behind the first place Ice Hogs.

Ice Hogs: 25.9
Ice Cats: 14.0

The Ice Hogs potted 9.9 Tuesday points; the Ice Cats collected 10.0. As a result, the Hogs lead more-or-less remains the same, GM Henry's team now 11.9 points better than the Cats. In the big battle, the first place Ice Hogs saw their lead take another hit, the SC Cobras drawing to within 6.7 points of the top spot.

SC Cobras: 35.4
Between the Pipes: 10.0

Brent "Pointaholic" Burns added another 3.0 points (2a) to the SC Cobra kitty, helping draw his 2nd place team closer to the top of the FHL charts. With a total of 12.0 points for the day, the snakes saw their lead increase over Between the Pipes, a 10.0 Pipes outing leaving GM Miller's squad 25.4 points back.

Wild Ducks: 16.3
Polar Bears: 16.8

Erik Karlsson once again wielded his six-shooter, the first overall draft pick delivering another 1g/1a, 6.0 point performance. The Wild Ducks mustered 14.3 points for the day but still trail the Polar Bears, GM Elya's last place team collecting 10.8 Tuesday points, their lead over the Wild Ducks now 0.5.

Central Red Army: 12.0
Boulder Flyers: 17.3

Claude Giroux enjoyed a 4.0 point (3a) outing, helping to guide his Boulder Flyers team to a 15.3 day. The outburst lifted the Flyers into 6th place overall, GM Morgan's team now leading the 10th place Central Red Army by 5.3 points.

Silicon Valley Slashers: 13.3
Badger Bob: 11.0

Defenseman Brent Seabrook enjoyed a 6.0 point evening (3a) but it wasn't enough for his Badger Bob team to catch the Silicon Valley Slashers, GM Chester's 9th place team now 2.3 points behind the 11th place Slashers with five days remaining in the week.

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