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PostSubject: WEEK 2 (FINAL)   Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:33 pm

Languishing in 9th place just two days ago - 46.2 points back - GM Cutshall slammed his team's turbo button, his button-mashing squad uncorking 36.0 weekend points (thanks in part to Drew Doughty and his 6.0 point Sunday), the Ice Cats now in 5th place overall, just 25.9 points shy of first place.

Ice Cats: 71.4
Ice Hogs: 52.0

The pedal-to-the-metal Ice Cats raced past the coasting Ice Hogs, GM Cutshall's team improving to 1-1 with the convincing victory. The streaking Cats now sit one game behind the undefeated Bluliners in the Probert division. The Ice Hogs fell to 1-1 in defeat, tied with the Cats, also one game behind the Probert division leader. Overall the Ice Hogs closed the week in 4th place, 20.1 points back.

Wild Ducks: 78.1
Mooses: 28.5

With the walk-in-the-park win the Wild Ducks improved to 1-1; GM Collard's squad now one game in back of the unblemished Vegas Vipers in the Grimson. The overall picture is noticeably brighter, the Ducks on top of the league, 15.6 points better than the 2nd place Misconducts. The Mooses slumped to 1-1, the team now trailing the Domi-leading Misconducts by one game. The overall picture is noticeably darker, the Mooses lodged in last place, 68.4 points back.

Misconducts: 55.8
Boulder Flyers: 53.3

The Misconducts were the best H2H team during the regular season last year, finishing with a record of 17-5. They appear to be walking the same path this year, improving to 2-0 with the come from behind win. The overall standings find the Misconducts in 2nd place. Awful last year, the Boulder Flyers are again finding wins difficult to attain, the 6th place squad still winless at 0-2.

Bluliners: 58.5
SC Cobras: 54.3

The Bluliners improved to 2-0 with the tight victory and now sit all alone atop the Probert division with a record of 2-0. The big boy standings find the four-time FHL champion in 3rd place, 19.4 points behind the front waddling Ducks. The SC Cobras joined the Polar Bears and Boulder Flyers as one of three winless teams, GM Murphy's squad corking the week in 7th place overall.

Badger Bob: 35.4
Central Red Army: 32.3

Badger Bob rallied past the Central Red Army, GM Chester's team improving to 1-1; one game behind the Grimson leading Vipers. The overall standings find the Bobs nestled in 11th place, 60.6 points shy of first place, just 7.8 points clear of the basement. The Central Red Army stumbled to 1-1 with the loss, good for 2nd place in the Domi. Overall, the Army are stationed in 9th place, 48.1 points back.

Vegas Vipers: 34.9
Polar Bears: 33.2

It wasn't a great week for the Vegas Vipers but they walked away with another win, GM Miller's squad tops among the Grimson teams with a perfect record of 2-0. The FHL Cup however is galloping in the opposite direction, the Vipers falling to 8th place overall, 47.9 points behind the league leader. The Polar Bears remain winless, the 10th place team now a disappointing 0-2 for the season.

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

LINK: Standings
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