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PostSubject: WEEK 24 (FINAL)   Mon Apr 03, 2017 12:26 pm

Old meets new in the H2H championship match as Alexander Ovechkin and his Wild Ducks will do battle with Connor McDavid and his Ice Cats; the longtime best of the FHL and the no-doubt future of the FHL competing for the coveted title and it's $100.00 prize.

Semifinals, H2H Playoffs

Wild Ducks: 56.6
Central Red Army: 44.3

Despite being weakened by injuries to key players, the Wild Ducks had enough fuel in the tank to reach the finish line, defeating the Central Red Army by 12.3 points. The Ducks have advanced to the H2H final while the Central Red Army will compete in the winner-take-all ($40.00) consolation match.

Ice Cats: 60.7
Misconducts: 46.7

The Ice Cats continued their late season surge, defeating the team with the best H2H record by 14.0 points. The Cats are now guaranteed $60.00 but will try for the bigger prize as they faceoff against the Wild Ducks. The Misconducts hope to depart the season with some cash in hand as they take on the Central Red Army.

The Battle for the FHL Cup
There weren't a whole lot of points to be had on a busy Sunday but the Wild Ducks did secure more than the Ice Hogs, GM Collard's first place Ducks now 22.6 points better than the Hogs with seven nail-biting days remaining in the season.

The Bout for the Money
The Misconducts are proving to be a tough team to catch - though the 4th place Bluliners did sneak a little bit closer on Sunday, the B's now 7.5 points behind the money. The Ice Cats moved into 5th place overall, currently 16.5 points behind the Misconducts. The Central Red Army took a step back and now trail the money by 17.4 points.

The Scrap for the Laughing Bag
Between the Pipes pushed the Boulder Flyers even deeper into the basement on Sunday, the Flyers now trailing GM Miller's surging team by 8.1 points. The Silicon Valley Slashers meanwhile are on the verge of being shoved into 11th place, the torpedoed team just 2.8 points better than the Pipes.

LINK: Standings
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