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PostSubject: WEEK 3 (FINAL)   Mon Oct 31, 2016 12:10 pm


Between the Pipes are now sitting among the pipes, a near-record low 13.8 point week dropping the second year franchise into the FHL basement, GM Miller's team now trailing the first place Ice Hogs by 99.9 points.

Wild Ducks: 60.8
Between the Pipes: 13.8

Between the Pipes are thankful the week is over, GM Miller's sagging squad hammered by the Wild Ducks. The Wild Ducks improved to 2-1 with the lopsided victory, a record that places GM Collard's squad in a tie for first place in the Grimson division. Overall, the Ducks close the week in 3rd place, 42.0 points behind the league leader. The Pipes slumped to 1-2.

Ice Hogs: 61.8
Central Red Army: 56.1

The Ice Hogs are the only undefeated team in the land, beating the previously undefeated Central Red Army by 5.7 points. With a perfect mark of 3-0, the Hogs are two games better than the nearest challenger in the Probert division. In search of his third FHL championship, the Hogs are 39.7 points better than the rest. The Central Red Army are now 2-1, a record that keeps GM Buker on top of the Domi division.

Badger Bob: 59.1
Polar Bears: 31.9

Badger Bob had no trouble with the defending FHL Cup champion, soundly defeating the Polar Bears by 27.2 points. The victory leaves the Bobs with a record of 2-1, tied with the Wild Ducks atop the Grimson division. The overall standings find GM Chester's squad in 4th place, 45.8 points back. The Polar Bears are lodged in 11th place overall, their H2H record below .500 at 1-2.

Misconducts: 55.7
Ice Cats: 43.8

The Ice Cats are the only winless team, GM Cutshall's record now 0-3 after succumbing to the Misconducts. The overall picture find the Cats in 9th place, 72.9 points south of the Ice Hogs. The Misconducts improved to 2-1, a record that places GM Smalley's squad in a three-way tie for first place in the Domi division. Overall, the Misconducts remain in 2nd place, their deficit now 39.7 points.

Silicon Valley Slashers: 38.9
SC Cobras: 35.8

The Silicon Valley Slashers improved to 2-1, defeating brother Murphy by 3.1 points. The Slashers are now 2-1 on the year, tied for first place in the Domi division. The overall picture isn't as colorful, the Slashers in 10th place, 80.3 points back. The SC Cobras are 1-2 on the year; a current resident of 7th place in the overall standings.

Boulder Flyers: 47.1
Bluliners: 44.5

The Boulder Flyers held on to defeat the Bluliners, GM Morgan earning his first victory of the season. With a record of 1-2, the Flyers trail the Probert-leading Ice Hogs by two games. Overall, the Flyers are in 8th place, 61.8 points back. The Bluliners stumble to 1-2 with the loss, tied for second place in the Probert division. The overall standings find GM Hamilton's squad in 6th place, 60.8 points behind the league's best.

WEEK 4
Central Red Army v. Bluliners
Boulder Flyers v. Ice Cats
Ice Hogs v. Misconducts
Badger Bob v. SC Cobras
Silicon Valley Slashers v. Wild Ducks
Polar Bears v. Between the Pipes

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