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PostSubject: WEEK 1 (FINAL)   Mon Oct 09, 2017 10:33 am

By posting a qualifying save percent of .920, losing netminder Carey Price was able to contribute half the number of saves he made on Sunday, his 1.2 point offering pushing the Central Red Army past the Polar Bears on the final day of the week.

Central Red Army: 42.9
Polar Bears: 41.7

Leaning at the finish line, the Central Red Army defeated the Polar Bears by a nose, improving to 1-0 with the couldn't have been much closer victory. A solid week has also left the Grimson division leader in position to pounce as they rest in 5th place overall, just 9.0 points shy of the top. The Polar Bears were one of three Grimson division teams to lose, the Bears, Ducks and Bobs also 0-1. The overall standings find the Bears in 6th place, 10.2 points back.

Misconducts: 51.9
Wild Ducks: 45.2

The Misconducts were the best team during the opening week of the season, Brandon Saad leading the charge with 4 goals and 1 assist in two games. The Misconducts also sit atop the Domi division, tied with three other teams with a record of 1-0. The Wild Ducks were the week's unlucky loser, tagged with a loss despite being the 4th best team of the week. The rest of the news is good however as the defending champions sits in 4th place, a mere 6.7 points behind the first place Misconducts.

Bluliners: 45.4
Badger Bob: 27.3

Shaky in his first two starts, Henrik Lundqvist regained his footing on Sunday, the veteran backstop posting a 34 save, 6.8 point shutout - the Bluliners running away with this H2H match, defeating Badger Bob by 18.1 points. The Probert division-leading team closed the opening week in 3rd place, 6.5 points back. Badger Bob will look to get their game on track in Week 2, the 3rd year franchise currently lodged in 9th place overall, 24.6 points behind the league's best team.

Ice Hogs: 51.2
Boulder Flyers: 31.3

With Alexander Ovechkin going off the rails, there was no defeating the Ice Hogs in Week 1, GM Henry's notoriously fast starting team, fast starting again. Tied for the Probert division lead, the Hogs enter Week 2 as the second best team in the league, just 0.7 points behind the Misconducts. Wins were difficult to find last year for the Boulder Flyers. They're proving difficult once again, GM Morgan's 8th place birds stumbling to 0-1.

Mooses: 26.4
Ice Cats: 26.0

The Mooses were better than only two other teams during the first week. Fortunately for GM McCormick and his won/loss record, his H2H opponent was one of those teams, the Mooses defeating the Ice Cats by a microscopic 0.4 points. With the win the Mooses sit atop the Domi division, tied with three other teams. The Ice Cats meanwhile have begun the season on a down note, GM Cutshall's squad plastered in 11th place, 25.9 points back.

Vegas Vipers: 40.5
SC Cobras: 24.0

The Vegas Vipers jumped to a quick lead and never looked back, easily defeating the SC Cobras. With a record of 1-0, the Vipers sit by themselves on top of the Grimson division, all the other Grimson teams taking a tumble in the opening week. Overall the Vipers are in 7th place, just 11.4 points back. The SC Cobras finished strong but were crippled by a slow start, GM Murphy's last place squad beginning Week 2 squatted in a 26.9 point hole.

Ice Cats vs. Ice Hogs
Boulder Flyers vs. Misconducts
Mooses vs. Wild Ducks
Badger Bob vs. Central Red Army
Polar Bears vs. Vegas Vipers
SC Cobras vs. Bluliners

LINK: Standings
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