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PostSubject: WEEK 4 (FINAL)   Mon Nov 07, 2016 1:49 am

The resilient Misconducts handed the Ice Hogs their first defeat of the season, Kevin Shattenkirk helping snap the Hogs perfect mark with a three assist, 6.0 point Sunday.

Misconducts: 48.3
Ice Hogs: 46.7

The Ice Hogs rally fell short, a 10.0 Sunday turned aside by the Misconducts and their 11.4 point closer. The loss was the first for GM Henry's first place team, their H2H record now 3-1. Overall, the Hogs padded their lead, now 34.0 points better than the rest. The Misconducts improved to 3-1 with the hard-earned victory, a mark that has placed GM Smalley's squad on top of the Domi division. Overall, the Misconducts close the week in 3rd place.

Polar Bears: 58.3
Between the Pipes: 41.7

The resurgent Polar Bears were the best team of Week 4, a 7.0 point Sunday providing GM Elya's team with a much needed 58.3 point week. The collection of points has lifted the Bears into 8th place in the overall standings. H2H-wise, the Bears are now square at 2-2. In defeat, Between the Pipes slipped to 2-2, one game back of two teams in the Grimson division. That's the good news. Overall, the last place Pipes have slipped 104.9 points behind the league leader.

Wild Ducks: 54.7
Silicon Valley Slashers: 46.2

The Wild Ducks are 3-1 after dismantling the Silicon Valley Slashers, tied with Badger Bob for the Grimson division lead. GM Collard's squad slipped a bit in the overall standings but still occupy 2nd place, their deficit now 34.0 points. The Silicon Valley Slashers tumbled to 2-2 with the loss, good for 2nd place in the Domi division. The overall standings find the Slashers in 11th place, 80.8 points back.

Badger Bob: 41.8
SC Cobras: 27.4

Badger Bob improved to 3-1 after soundly defeating the SC Cobras. The Bobs H2H record is now 3-1, perched next to the Wild Ducks on top of the Grimson division. The Cup-chase standings find the Bobs in 4th place, 50.7 points behind the Hogs. The SC Cobras were the worst team of Week 4, a distinction that has dumped the snakes into 9th place in the overall standings. H2H-wise, the Cobras are 1-3, two games back in the Domi.

Ice Cats: 38.9
Boulder Flyers: 35.9

The Ice Cats are no longer the only team in the league without a win, defeating the Boulder Flyers by 3.0 points; the Cats H2H record now 1-3. Despite the win, the Cats took a dive in the overall standings, GM Cutshall's team closing the week in 10th place, 80.7 points back. The Boulder Flyers slumped to 1-3, tied with the Ice Cats; two games back in the Probert division. GM Morgan's toothless team departs the week in 7th place overall.

Bluliners: 38.9
Central Red Army: 37.7

The Bluliners rallied past the Central Red Army on Sunday, an 8.2 point final day handing GM Hamilton his second win of the season. The Bluliners improved to 2-2, good for 2nd place in the Probert division. Overall, the B's are lodged in 6th place. The Central Red Army lost for the second time, their 2-2 record placing them in 2nd place in the Domi division. In search of their first FHL Cup, the Army are in 5th place overall, 59.9 points shy of the Hogs.

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

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