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PostSubject: WEEK 3 (FINAL)   Mon Oct 23, 2017 1:18 am

In last place after the first week of the season, the Mooses have magically morphed into arguably the best team in the league, Nikita Kucherov leading the way with 10 goals and 6 assists in 9 games, his mighty Mooses capping Week 3 with a league-best 80.3 points.

Mooses: 80.3
Boulder Flyers: 51.6

The white-hot Mooses dispatched the Boulder Flyers, the former FHL Cup champion improving to 2-1 with the walk-in-the-park win. Overall the Mooses landed in 6th place, now just 23.9 points out of first. Much like last year, the Boulder Flyers are having trouble locating a victory, the team still winless with a record of 0-3. When questioned GM Morgan didn't seem bothered, explaining that it was all part of his master plan, that being, winning the FHL Cup while finishing with a record of 0-22. So far so good.

Ice Cats: 45.6
Wild Ducks: 35.8

One week after posting the league's best score, the Wild Ducks finished near the bottom of the FHL barrel, the first place team now under water with a record of 1-2. Despite the loss, the Ducks remain on the top of the FHL charts, now nursing a 16.0 point lead. The Ice Cats meanwhile improved to 2-1, tied for the Probert division lead. The overall outlook is also rosy, GM Cutshall's squad now sitting on the 3rd rung of the FHL ladder.

Misconducts: 35.4
Ice Hogs: 30.8

The best H2H team last year is on course to finish as the best H2H team in 2017-18, the Misconducts improving to 3-0 by dumping the Ice Hogs. The veteran franchise is also in the thick of the FHL Cup chase, currently nestled in 2nd place, 16.0 points back. The Ice Hogs were the worst team of the week, GM Henry's portly pigs slumping to 7th place, now 25.1 points back. H2H-wise the Hogs slipped to 1-2, one game behind the Probert division leader.

Central Red Army: 53.8
SC Cobras: 37.3

The Central Red Army enjoyed a solid seven days, posting 53.8 points; the third highest tally of the week. By defeating the SC Cobras, the Army improved to 2-1. The Week 3 output also placed the Army in 9th place overall, just 30.1 points behind the Ducks. In defeat the SC Cobras slumped to 0-3, joining the Boulder Flyers as the only teams that have yet to register a win. The overall standings are somewhat brighter, the snakes trailing the leader by only 42.5 points despite being stuck in 10th place.

Polar Bears: 57.8
Badger Bob: 37.7

The Polar Bears netted the second best tally of the week, a strong 57.8 performance providing the Bears with their first victory of the season. With a record of 1-3, the Bears trail the Grimson division leader by two games. Overall the Bears reside in 8th place, a short 26.4 point drive to first place. Badger Bob departed the week with 37.7 points and a now losing record of 1-2; two games back in the Grimson division. The Cup-chase standings find the Bobs in last place, 58.7 points in back of first place though only 15.0 points from the basement exit. 

Vegas Vipers: 40.0
Bluliners: 36.7

The Vegas Vipers reside in the dilapidated, no-heat, no electricity confines of 11th place, yet remarkably are a perfect 3-0 for the season; a 40.0 point effort proving to be 3.3 points better than their Week 3 opponent. As the only winning team in the Grimson division, the Vipers enjoy a comfortable two game lead. The stumbling Bluliners lost for the first time, the Probert division leader now 2-1 for the year. Overall GM Hamilton's squad is still looking good, currently seated in 4th place, 18.5 points back.

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

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