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PostSubject: WEEK 22 (FINAL)   Mon Mar 20, 2017 10:29 am

You won't be seeing Braden Holtby and his Misconducts in the first round of the playoffs. Despite falling in the final week of the regular season, the Misconducts finish as the best H2H team; a record of 17-5 gifting the veteran franchise a first round playoff bye.

Between the Pipes: 75.6
Misconducts: 49.3

The Misconducts were both good and lucky during the regular season, recording the best H2H record despite being the 5th best team in the league. GM Smalley's squad wasn't lucky in Week 22, Between the Pipes posting an out-of-the-blue league-best 75.6 points, the Pipes closing the H2H season on a high note, though missing the playoffs with a record of 7-15.

Wild Ducks: 56.6
Central Red Army: 41.4

Plucked from the FHL trash bin, goaltender Brian Elliott won his 11th consecutive game on Sunday, his Wild Ducks team moving 10.9 points in front of the 2nd place Ice Hogs. The Wild Ducks will begin the playoffs as the No. 2 seed, their final record, 16-6. The Central Red Army close the year with a record of 14-8. In 4th place overall, the CRA begin the playoffs as the No. 3 seed and will faceoff against the struggling SC Cobras in the first round.

Ice Hogs: 69.4
Silicon Valley Slashers: 49.5

The Ice Hogs found their form in Week 22, thrashing the Silicon Valley Slashers. The 2nd place Hogs depart the H2H season carrying a record of 13-8-1. Seeded 4th, the Hogs will face the Ice Cats in the opening round of the playoffs. Good early, the Slashers faded badly in the latter stages of the season, the second year franchise closing with a disappointing record of 6-16.

Polar Bears: 63.1
Bluliners: 57.1

The Bluliners were good but they were no match for the Sidney Crosby-fueled Polar Bears, GM Hamilton's squad closing the year with a mark of 11-11. Despite losing, the Bluliners retained their 7th and final playoff seed and will play the Wild Ducks. The Polar Bears draw the curtain on the season with an unworthy record of 7-15, the surging team moving into the 7th spot in the overall standings.

Ice Cats: 40.7
SC Cobras: 21.1

The Ice Cats weren't particularly good but they were good enough, defeating the SC Cobras to end the year four games over .500, their record 13-9. Seeded 5th, the Cats will play the Hogs in the first round of post-season play. The SC Cobras were the worst Week 22 team, stumbling to 11-10-1 overall. The Cobras will limp into the playoffs as the No. 6 seed.

Boulder Flyers: 46.2
Badger Bob: 36.0

The Boulder Flyers defeated Badger Bob for the second time this season, closing with a victory but still co-owner of the worst record in the league at 6-16. Once in playoff contention, Badger Bob faded in the final weeks, their 2016-17 record locked at 10-12; both the Flyers and Bobs dispatched to the H2H golf course.

LINK: Standings
LINK: Final Playoff Standings
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