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PostSubject: WEEK 21 (thru Thursday)   Fri Mar 10, 2017 12:39 pm

On Thursday the Wild Ducks huffed, and they puffed, and they blew the Hogs house down, GM Collard's big, bad team ripping 21.0 points, the now-in-first-place Ducks suddenly 15.8 points better than the homeless Ice Hogs.

Wild Ducks: 43.4
Misconducts: 26.3

Lead by the play of Erik Karlsson (2g, 1a) and Shayne Gostisbehere (1g, 1a) the white-hot Wild Ducks captured the FHL flag, the seven-time champion now the team to beat with exactly one month remaining in the season. The Misconducts couldn't keep pace but the veteran franchise did move into 4th place, a distant 46.3 points in back of the Ducks; 7.8 points behind 3rd place money.

Ice Hogs: 17.2
SC Cobras: 21.1

Kicked to the curb on Thursday, the Ice Hogs are facing their stiffest challenge to date, the two-time champion given the unenviable task of taming the Wild Ducks. Making matters worse, the SC Cobras rubbed salt into GM Henry's wound, the previously quiet squad erupting for 13.5 points, the playoff bubble team now 3.9 points better than the hurting Hogs.

Ice Cats: 29.9
Badger Bob: 27.8

Hold the phone. Seemingly streaking toward a crucial H2H win, Badger Bob was ambushed by the Ice Cats on Thursday. Despite having virtually no one standing in net - and no one steering the ship - the Ice Cats are 2.1 points better than the Bobs. GM Chester was beside himself. "This is one of the most bizarre occurrences I've seen to date," Chester said. "Instead of a good chance to add points from Price (late scratch), we take an 8.0 point hit from Gaudreau (1g, 3a). That is the way the fantasy puck bounces sometimes. There are three days left in our matchup with Ice Cats. And we need a win."

Central Red Army: 22.8
Silicon Valley Slashers: 24.3

The Silicon Valley Slashers still have a pulse, the second year franchise clocking 11.3 points to bolt in front of the unsuspecting Central Red Army. With Friday and the weekend remaining in the week, the upset-minded Slashers lead this Domi division tussle by 1.5 points.

Bluliners: 15.0
Between the Pipes: 22.1

While Badger Bob is discouraged by their present situation, the playoff-hopeful team is happy to see the Bluliners struggling, GM Hamilton's squad firing blanks on Thursday. With nothing to show for the day the Bluliners fell further behind their H2H opponent, Between the Pipes now leading this crucial clash by 7.1 points.

Boulder Flyers: 23.2
Polar Bears: 26.6

The Polar Bears aren't going quietly, a solid 13.6 performance placing the 5-15 squad in front of the 5-15 Boulder Flyers. With the week barreling around the fourth and final turn, the Polar Bears lead this Nerf war by 3.4 points.

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LINK: Playoff Standings
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