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PostSubject: WEEK 12 (FINAL)   Mon Jan 02, 2017 5:44 am

Needing a win to stay in the post-season H2H playoff picture, the Silicon Valley Slashers rallied to defeat the Polar Bears - a Ryan Kesler hat trick doing most of the Sunday damage, GM Murphy's team improving to 6-6 for the season.

Silicon Valley Slashers: 46.1
Polar Bears: 44.0

The Silicon Valley Slashers continue to hold the seventh and final H2H playoff card, now three games behind the Misconducts in the league's most prosperous division. The Slashers overall stock was upgraded to 8th place, now 108.8 points behind the best of the FHL. The Polar Bears slumped to 3-9 in defeat, GM Elya's squad three games back of a playoff spot; too many points back overall.

Ice Hogs: 54.1
Boulder Flyers: 39.8

The Ice Hogs potted more than enough points to subdue the Boulder Flyers, GM Henry's Probert division team now 9-2; 2.5 games better than the Bluliners. More importantly the Hogs now enjoy their biggest overall lead to date, more than forty points better than the slumping Misconducts. The Boulder Flyers lost for the 10th time, their H2H record still the worst among the 12 FHL teams.

Central Red Army: 34.7
Misconducts: 21.1

In first place two weeks ago, the Misconducts now find themselves a fat 41.6 points behind the ice Hogs. The worst score of the week has also saddled the Misconducts with a loss, their record still impressive however at 9-3. The Central Red Army improved to 7-5 with the upset win, GM Buker's team now two games back of the Domi leader. Overall, the Army sit on the 6th rung of the FHL ladder, just 35.4 points shy of the money (3rd place).

Wild Ducks: 46.8
SC Cobras: 44.1

The Wild Ducks didn't score on Sunday but their other days total proved good enough, GM Collard's team improving to 9-3; their Grimson division lead still wide at four games. In search of their 8th FHL Cup, the Ducks remain lodged in 3rd place, now 56.1 points back. The SC Cobras slipped to 6-5-1 on the season. Despite the loss, the Cobras are still in the H2H playoff picture, their record the 6th best in the league. Overall, the snakes close the week in 7th place, 99.9 points back.

Ice Cats: 58.4
Bluliners: 33.7

The Ice Cats were the best team of Week 12, GM Cutshall's mercurial squad now 5-7 on the season - one game short of the post-season H2H playoffs. The overall standings find the Cats in 5th place, 82.3 rows behind the first place Ice Hogs. The loss leaves the Bluliners with a record of 7-5; 2.5 games back of the Probert division leader. Overall, the B's are still out of the money, GM Hamilton's team nestled in 4th place.

Badger Bob: 42.9
Between the Pipes: 30.7

Badger Bob are still in the post-season hunt, the win leaving GM Chester's team with a season mark of 5-7; just one game behind the 7th and final H2H playoff spot. The overall standings aren't as accommodating, the Bobs stuck in 9th place, now 110.1 points behind the leader. Between the Pipes slumped to 4-8 on the year, five games behind the Grimson division leader; two games back of a post-season berth.

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

LINK: Standingsญญญญญญ
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