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PostSubject: WEEK 21 (FINAL)   Mon Mar 13, 2017 11:15 am

On Sunday the Ice Cats put an end to the playoff hopes of Badger Bob, defenseman Ryan McDonagh (right) netting 9.0 (2g) of his team's league-best 13.0 points, the Cats rallying to defeat the once hopeful Bobs by 7.3 points.

Ice Cats: 54.9
Badger Bob: 47.6

By defeating Badger Bob the Ice Cats secured a berth in the seven-team H2H playoffs, their record now 12-9. For Badger Bob, 10-11, every entrance to post-season play has been shuttered, GM Chester dispatched to the golf course by the frisky Ice Cats. While the Bobs could tie the playoff bound Bluliners with a victory in Week 22, GM Hamilton holds the tiebreaker, his Bluliners team having defeated Badger Bob twice during the season, in Weeks 6 and 17.

Wild Ducks: 59.6
Misconducts: 45.3

It was a memorable week for the Wild Ducks as they ruthlessly commandeered first place, their lead a generous 23.7 points. The Ducks also dealt the best H2H team just their 4th loss of the season, GM Collard's on-fire squad eclipsing the Misconducts by 14.3 points. Despite the loss, the Misconducts will still receive a first round bye when the playoffs begin next week, GM Smalley's squad two games better than the rest.

SC Cobras: 41.8
Ice Hogs: 25.5

Once standing perilously close to the playoff pool exit, the SC Cobras are now playoff gold, GM Murphy's team improving to 11-9-1 by defeating the misfiring Ice Hogs. The Ice Hogs meanwhile couldn't be happier that the week is over. Leading at the start, the Hogs now find themselves fighting for their money-finish lives; standing as close to a no-money finish as they are to securing what would be their third FHL championship.

Central Red Army: 47.1
Silicon Valley Slashers: 42.5

The Central Red Army were quietly efficient, improving to 14-7 by knocking off the Silicon Valley Slashers. The Army remain lodged in 3rd place overall, now just 6.7 points behind the 2nd place Ice Hogs. The Slashers stumbled to 6-15 in defeat, their lot in the overall standings still painful as they remain stuck in 10th place, now 179.2 points back.

Bluliners: 40.8
Between the Pipes: 37.6

The Bluliners locked up a playoff spot by defeating Between the Pipes, GM Hamilton's team now 11-10 for the season. The overall picture also improved a bit on Sunday. Still outside of the money in 4th place, the B's now trail the 3rd place Army by just 7.7 points; the first place Wild Ducks by 38.1. Between the Pipes lost for the 15th time, their record near the bottom of the barrel at 6-15.

Polar Bears: 42.6
Boulder Flyers: 36.8

Hoping to exit the H2H basement with a win, the Boulder Flyers were tossed down the stairs by GM Elya and his Polar Bears, the Flyers falling to 5-16. The Polar Bears improved to 6-15, thus avoiding a seat in the H2H cellar; nice but albeit a ridiculously small consolation prize for the defending FHL Cup champion.

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

LINK: Standings
LINK: Playoff Standings
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