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PostSubject: WEEK 25 (thru Tuesday)   Wed Apr 05, 2017 11:05 am

Nino Niederreiter was money on Tuesday evening, his 7.0 point performance (2g, 1a) placing his team in the money - the Bluliners commandeering 3rd place in the overall standings - GM Hamilton's swelling squad now 0.3 points better than the Misconducts.

The Battle for the FHL Cup
Desperately in need of forward movement, the Ice Hogs took two steps back on Tuesday, Henry's Hogs now trailing the first place Wild Ducks by 28.6 points. Some relief might be in sight as Erik Karlsson left Tuesday's game with a "stinger," however even an injury to Captain Karl might not be enough for the Hogs to corral the fast-waddling Ducks.

The Bout for the Money
The Bluliners are now holding the $175.00 hot potato with five days remaining in the season. The Bluliners grip on the spud is not tight however as three teams are within range. In addition to the neck-breathing Misconducts, the Central Red Army - uncorkers of 15.0 points on Tuesday - now trail the cash by just 11.7 points; the Ice Cats trail by 17.4.

The Scrap for the Laughing Bag
One day after reaching the lofty heights of 10th place, Between the Pipes were unceremoniously returned to the basement. A resident of the cellar on Monday, the Boulder Flyers wiped off the cobwebs and moved into 10th place. The Silicon Valley Slashers are still wobbling, the team now just 1.8 points clear of the basement. A huge 15.9 point Tuesday removed any chance the SC Cobras could tumble into the dregs of the FHL, GM Murphy's team now resting comfortably in 9th place.

Championship Match, H2H Playoffs

Wild Ducks: 15.0
Ice Cats: 8.4

The typically explosive Ice Cats have hit an unwelcome (depending on who you ask) dry patch, the team netting just 3.4 points on Tuesday. The Wild Ducks inched farther ahead - potting 7.0 points of their own - GM Collard's squad now 6.6 points in front.

Consolation Match, H2H Playoffs

Misconducts: 9.0
Central Red Army: 15.0

As a winner-take-all match, one could argue there's more pressure on the consolation match teams as they battle for $40.00 or squat. After two days the Central Red Army appear to be handling the pressure better, GM Buker's squad leading by 6.0 points.

LINK: Standings
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