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PostSubject: WEEK 17 (FINAL)   Mon Feb 13, 2017 10:27 am

For the competition, one productive Kane is bad enough. The Bluliners recently threw two Kanes into the mix, both players producing during Week 17; Evander Kane and Patrick Kane combining for 17.0 of their team's 91.5 points, the streaking Bluliners now just 37.5 points from the hallowed grounds of first place.

Bluliners: 91.5
Badger Bob: 30.0

This match came complete with it's own soundtrack (compliments of The Surfaris), the ruthless Bluliners leveling the slack-jawed Badger Bob; GM Hamilton once again wading in the seven team playoff pool. Conversely, Badger Bob was evicted from the pool grounds, GM Chester and his floaty now standing outside the unlocked gate. The massive number of points also carried the Bluliners to within striking distance of first place, the Original Six franchise gunning for what would be their 5th FHL championship.

Misconducts: 60.7
Silicon Valley Slashers: 29.9

The Misconducts remarkable season was christened "even more remarkable" at the conclusion of the week, the league's best H2H team improving to 14-3 - GM Smalley perched on top of Mt. FHL holding his biggest lead of the season. The Silicon Valley Slashers meanwhile are in "scrambling" mode, trying to devise a way to sneak into the partially boarded back door or the post-season playoffs - the Slashers trailing the final playoff spot by two games with five weeks remaining in the regular H2H season.

Wild Ducks: 52.5
Ice Hogs: 42.2

The Wild Ducks solidified their playoff position by dispatching the Ice Hogs, GM Collard's team still lounging on the top of the Grimson division with a record of 11-6. The overall standings find the Ducks still holding a money card, the 3rd place team now 23.6 points in back of first place. The Ice Hogs slipped to 10-6-1 in defeat; still the best of the Probert division but their lead has been cut to 1.5 games. The bigger picture finds the Ice Hogs in second place, their deficit the largest it's ever been at 10.8 points.

Central Red Army: 64.4
SC Cobras: 51.4

The Central Red Army enjoyed a solid Week 17, GM Buker's team now 11-6 after skinning the SC Cobras. More importantly, the Army moved to within 25.5 points of 1st place and all it's rewards; a mere 1.9 points in back or 3rd place and it's $100 prize. The SC Cobras lost but still have a firm grip on a playoff card, GM Murphy's team now 10-6-1 for the season. While the FHL Cup is a long shot, a Top 3 money finish remains a real possibility; the snakes trailing the 3rd place team by 54.6 points.

Ice Cats: 45.7
Polar Bears: 34.1

The Ice Cats took a step back in Week 17, GM Cutshall's team stumbling in the crowded race for the FHL Cup; the Cats now trailing the first place Misconducts by 67.0 points. The step back however wasn't large enough to deny the veteran GM a win, the Cats somewhat comfortably in the playoffs with a record of 9-8. The Polar Bears forgettable season took another hit, GM Elya's 5-12 team now resting at the bottom at the Grimson division. The overall picture remains just as bleak, the drifting Bears still stranded in 10th place.

Between the Pipes: 39.2
Boulder Flyers: 20.8

Between the Pipes kept their long shot playoff hopes alive, breezing past the compliant Boulder Flyers; the Pipes, 6-11, now two games behind the seventh and final playoff spot. For most of the season GM Morgan has been thinking "it can't get any worse than this." Apparently it can as the Boulder Flyers are now just 10.3 points from being unceremoniously tossed into the FHL basement; a position the Flyers have never held this late in the season.

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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