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PostSubject: WEEK 6 (FINAL)   Mon Nov 21, 2016 11:07 am

By losing to Between the Pipes, the Boulder Flyers became the sole owner of the worst record in the league, the Claude Giroux-captained squad falling for the fifth time, the Flyers H2H record beyond dismal at 1-5.

Between the Pipes: 35.3
Boulder Flyers: 33.8

Even though they reside in the FHL basement, Between the Pipes has played their H2H cards exceptionally well, the second year franchise improving to 4-2; just one game behind the Grimson division leader. The Boulder Flyers meanwhile sit a distant three games back in the Probert division. With only seven teams qualifying for the H2H playoffs, GM Morgan's H2H window is almost closed.

Wild Ducks: 33.8
Ice Hogs: 29.8

Neither team soared in Week 6; the Wild Ducks struggling less - GM Collard's team handing the Ice Hogs just their second loss of the season. The win padded the Ducks H2H record, now 5-1; tops in the Grimson division. The Hogs remain on top of the Probert division, one game in front. Overall, the Ice Hogs saw their once comfortable lead shrink to just 13.3 points.

Misconducts: 63.0
Silicon Valley Slashers: 34.1

The Misconducts were the best team of the week, a 63.0 point performance putting GM Smalley's in the FHL Cup mix. The Misconducts are now 5-1 for the year. On top of the Domi division, the Misconducts are the only team with a two game lead. The Silicon Valley Slashers slumped to 2-4, three games back in the Domi. The Slashers slipped a notch in the overall standings, GM Murphy's team dispatched to 11th place, just 21.6 steps from the basement door.

Ice Cats: 48.7
Polar Bears: 34.6

The Ice Cats enjoyed a fruitful campaign, GM Cutshall's team improving to 2-4, just two games back in the Probert. Overall the Ice Cats also saw their stock rise, now resting in 6th place, 65.4 points from the top. The Polar Bears slipped to 2-4 in defeat, a distant three games back in the Grimson. The overall standings find the defending champion in 10th place, 88.7 points behind the front-running Ice Hogs.

Badger Bob: 30.1
Bluliners: 38.5

Badger Bob's furious rally fell short, GM Chester's team losing for the third time, their record now average at 3-3; two games back in the Grimson. The overall standings find the Bobs seated in 4th place, 45.9 points shy of the first place team. With the victory, the Bluliners improved to 3-3, now just one game back of the Probert-leading Ice Hogs. Searching for their 6th FHL Cup, the Bluliners find themselves in 8th place, 70.9 points back.

SC Cobras: 38.5
Central Red Army: 28.3

The SC Cobras erupted for 13.0 points on the final day, dousing the Central Red Army. The snakes are now 3-3 on the season, two games back in the Domi. The Cobras also moved north in the overall standings, now nestled in 7th place, 66.0 rows from the stage. The Central Red Army were the worst team of the week, their quiet performance dropping GM Buker's squad 59.4 points back. H2H-wise, the Army are 3-3 for the season, two games back of the Domi division leader.

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

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