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PostSubject: WEEK 19 (FINAL)   Mon Feb 27, 2017 3:56 am

Radim Vrbata (4 goals, 2 assists in four games) and his Wild Ducks team clicked in Week 19, a sterling 56.0 point effort lifting the Original Six franchise into 2nd place in the overall standings; the Ducks now just 38.0 points behind what would be their eighth FHL championship.

Wild Ducks: 56.0
Bluliners: 51.7

Out of the money at the start of the week, the Wild Ducks are again thinking "FHL Cup," GM Collard's squad making a return trip to "striking distance" with six weeks remaining in the season. The victory also padded the Wild Ducks match record, the best Grimson division team improving to 13-6. The Bluliners were dispatched out of the money, the 4th place team now 40.8 points back. Despite their sub-500 record, GM Hamilton's 9-10 squad remains in the playoff picture, still a tiebreaker better than Badger Bob.

Ice Hogs: 57.3
Between the Pipes: 43.6

The Ice Hogs faded in the final days but their lightening-fast start was more than good enough, the two-time champion ultimately padding their overall lead. The Hogs also won their 12th match of the season, GM Henry's squad still 1.5 games clear of the second best team in the Probert division. Between the Pipes were one of the best teams in the week's waning days, but a slow start proved to be their undoing, GM Miller's last place team now 6-13 for the season.

Misconducts: 32.8
Badger Bob: 28.6

In first place just eight days ago, the 3rd place Misconducts are now teetering on the edge of an out-of-the-money finish, GM Smalley's slouching squad just 0.2 points better than the 4th place Bluliners. Despite the mostly forgettable week, the H2H-blessed Misconducts escaped with a win, bettering Badger Bob by 4.2 points. With their opponent struggling, the banged-up Bobs bypassed a golden opportunity, the second year franchise still sitting outside of the playoff picture with a record of 9-10.

Central Red Army: 58.4
Polar Bears: 29.8

The Central Red Army trashed the Polar Bears, GM Buker's squadron improving to 12-7. The overall picture is even brighter than their slot in the H2H standings, the 5th place Army now just 4.4 points from 2nd place and a $325.00 season-ending paycheck. In defeat, the Polar Bears slumped to 5-14, the defending can't-wait-for-the-season-to-end champion now just one game from the slimy bottom of the H2H barrel.

Boulder Flyers: 48.4
SC Cobras: 30.8

The Boulder Flyers won. No, not fake news, the league's worst H2H franchise actually defeated the SC Cobras; GM Morgan's team improving to 4-15. Overall, the outlook for the Boulder Flyers remains grim, the birds still cemented in 11th place, two-season's worth of points behind the 1st place Ice Hogs. Despite the loss, the SC Cobras are still playoff-pretty, both of their challengers (Bobs and Bluliners) rolling snake eyes in Week 19.

Ice Cats: 43.5
Silicon Valley Slashers: 32.3

By dumping the Slashers the Ice Cats now have a lock on a post-season appearance, GM Cutshall's team improving to 11-8; two games better than their closest challenger with just three weeks remaining in the regular H2H season. The Silicon Valley Slashers slumped to 6-13 in defeat, the second year franchise still too many games behind a post-season appearance; still too many points from finishing in the money.

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

LINK: Standings
LINK: Playoff Standings
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