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PostSubject: WEEK 2 (FINAL)   Mon Oct 24, 2016 10:03 am

The Misconducts were the loudest team on Sunday, bandleader John Tavares banging out 7.0 points (2g, 1a), his streaking Misconducts team now in 2nd place, 33.6 points behind the front-running Ice Hogs.

Misconducts: 54.4
Bluliners: 40.6

The Misconducts improved to 1-1, soundly defeating the outgunned Bluliners. The victory left GM Smalley's squad one game behind the Central Red Army, the Domi division leader. The Bluliners lost for the first time this season, their 1-1 record placing them one game behind the Ice Hogs. Overall, the Bluliners close the week in 6th place, 43.5 points behind the first place Hogs.

Ice Hogs: 69.5
Ice Cats: 32.3

A Cam Talbot shutout further padded the Ice Hogs numbers, the league-leader capping the week with a league-best 69.5 points. The Hogs remain undefeated, their 2-0 record providing GM Henry with a one game lead in the Probert division. The Ice Cats slumped to 0-2; the Cats one of only two teams without a H2H win. The overall standings find Cutshall's Cats in 10th place, 54.9 points behind the FHL Cup.

Polar Bears: 42.7
Wild Ducks: 42.0

Not much has been going right for the last place Polar Bears but lady luck blessed GM Elya's team on Sunday. The Bears posted just enough points to stun the Wild Ducks, bettering GM Collard's team by a mere 0.7. The victory leaves the Bears with a 1-1 record, tied for first place in the Grimson division. The Grimson division Wild Ducks - in 4th place overall - are also 1-1.

SC Cobras: 50.7
Between the Pipes: 30.0

The SC Cobras had no trouble with Between the Pipes, improving to 1-1 with the methodical 20.7 point victory. Overall, the Cobras saw their stock slip, GM Murphy's team now in 3rd place. Between the Pipes fall to 1-1 yet remain tied with three other teams in the log-jammed Grimson division. The news could be better when it comes to their place in the overall standings, GM Miller's team currently lodged in the uncomfortable confines of 9th place.

Central Red Army: 42.2
Boulder Flyers: 40.4

The Central Red Army galloped past the Boulder Flyers on the final day of the week, the win leaving the Army with a still-perfect record of 2-0. Leading the Domi division by a single game, GM Buker's squad jumped to 7th place in the overall standings, 45.2 points back. The Boulder Flyers are still without a victory, GM Morgan departing the week with an 8th place team and a dismal H2H record of 0-2.

Badger Bob: 42.8
Silicon Valley Slashers: 35.9

Badger Bob held off the advances of the Silicon Valley Slashers, improving to 1-1. The Bobs are one of four Grimson division teams with a record of 1-1. The big prize standings find Badger Bob in 5th place, 43.1 ticks behind the first place Ice Hogs. The Slashers are now 1-1 on the young season, one game behind Buker's Army in the Domi division. Overall, GM Murphy remains close to the basement door, leading the last place Polar Bears by just 3.9 points.

Bluliners v. Boulder Flyers
Central Red Army v. Ice Hogs
Misconducts v. Ice Cats
Silicon Valley Slashers v. SC Cobras
Badger Bob v. Polar Bears
Between the Pipes v. Wild Ducks

LINK: Standingsญญญญญญญ
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