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PostSubject: WEEK 7 (FINAL)   Mon Nov 28, 2016 4:50 am

The Wild Ducks are now the sole owner of the best head-to-head record in the league, the Grimson division leader winning for the sixth time; their record a near-perfect 6-1.

Wild Ducks: 45.4
Boulder Flyers: 38.5

The Boulder Flyers had a good chunk of their team on the Sunday ice but ultimately couldn't put a dent in the Wild Ducks, GM Morgan's record now a league-worst 1-6. On the flip side, the Wild Ducks padded their Grimson division lead, now a beefy two games better than Between the Pipes. Overall, the Ducks closed the week in 2nd place, 24.7 points behind the Ice Hogs.

Ice Hogs: 51.2
Polar Bears: 44.9

After a quiet Saturday the Ice Hogs made amends with a solid 8.1 Sunday, GM Henry's team taking down the Polar Bears. With a record of 5-2 the Hogs are on top of the Probert division, one game better than the Bluliners. The Polar Bears are now 2-5 for the year, a distant four games behind the Grimson division leading Ducks. Tenth place is where the Bears sit after Week 7, GM Elya's squad 95.0 points shy of the top.

Ice Cats: 50.3
Between the Pipes: 46.9

Once a league-worst 0-3, the Ice Cats are now 3-4, a record that has kept GM Cutshall's team in H2H contention, trailing the Probert leading Ice Hogs by two games. The overall standings find the Cats in 6th place, 66.3 points back. Between the Pipes lost for the third time, their 4-3 record dropping them two games back in the Grimson. The basement remains GM Miller's home heading into Week 8, his Pipes team now 116.3 rows from the stage.

Bluliners: 71.0
Silicon Valley Slashers: 38.7

The Bluliners were the best team of the week, a 71.0 point performance lifting GM Hamiton's veteran franchise into 4th place overall, 51.1 points back. H2H-wise the Bluliners improved to 4-3, one game back of the Probert division leader. The Silicon Valley Slashers are now 2-5, three games behind the Misconducts in the Domi division. Overall the Slashers remain in 11th place, now just 13.4 steps from the door leading to the basement.

SC Cobras: 50.5
Misconducts: 39.8

The SC Cobras handed the Misconducts just their second loss of the season, GM Murphy's team improving to 4-3; one game behind the Domi division leader. Trailing the Ice Hogs by 66.7 points, the SC Cobras are lodged in 8th place. The Misconducts are now 5-2 on the year, a record that keeps them on top of the Domi. Overall, the Misconducts depart the week in 2nd place, 24.7 points back.

Central Red Army: 44.0
Badger Bob: 33.6

A league best 11.0 point Sunday crushed any hope Badger Bob had of winning, the Central Red Army improving to 4-3; one game back of the Misconducts. The Army are nestled in 7th place in the overall standings, 66.3 points from the top. Badger Bob lost for the 4th time, GM Chester's team slipping under the .500 mark for the first time this season. The league-worst week dropped the Bobs 63.5 points back, the second year franchise now in 5th place.

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

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