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PostSubject: WEEK 4 (FINAL)   Mon Oct 30, 2017 11:27 am

On Sunday Blake Wheeler put his team on his back, carrying Badger Bob out of the FHL basement, his 3 goal, 1 assist, 12 point game placing the Bobs in 11th place overall, a still manageable 56.1 points behind the first place Bluliners.

Badger Bob: 48.0
SC Cobras: 28.7

Badger Bob is once again operating on ground level, a solid 48.0 point week providing the third-year franchise with their second win of the season; their 2-2 record good for second place in the Grimson division, two games in back of the Vegas Vipers. Another week, another loss for the SC Cobras as the snakes tumbled to 0-4; a distant four games back in the Grimson. The overall standings unfortunately are just as bleak, GM Murphy's slithering team now curled-up in the dank FHL cellar, 59.2 points back.

Vegas Vipers: 50.9
Central Red Army: 48.7

Despite being lodged in eighth place overall, the Vegas Vipers continue to unearth H2H gold, the team still perfect four weeks into the season. With a record of 4-0, the Vipers sit on top of the Grimson division, two games better than the rest. The Central Red Army's record is now square at 2-2, GM Buker's squad nestled in second place in the Domi division, two games back. The Cup-chase standings find the Army in fifth place overall, 26.8 points back.

Misconducts: 47.8
Mooses: 21.9

One of the most anticipated matches of the week was a washout blowout, the previously white-hot Mooses providing no resistance by posting the lowest score of the week. In breezing past the Mooses, the Misconducts remain impeccable, improving to 4-0 - good for a two game lead in the Domi division. GM Smalley's team is now seated on the fourth rung of the FHL ladder, just 13.6 points back. The Mooses meanwhile sunk to tenth place in the overall standings, now 47.4 points in the distance, their H2H record officially average at 2-2.

Bluliners: 63.9
Polar Bears: 30.7

The Bluliners posted the best score of the week, the team rising to the top of the FHL charts in Week 4; now 10.4 points better than the second place Wild Ducks. The win also saw the Bluliners retain their position on top of the Probert division, the B's improving to 3-1. It was a forgettable week for the Polar Bears, GM Elya's team sinking to 9th place overall, 41.1 points back. The H2H standings find the Bears living in the slums of the Grimson division, squatted in last place, three games back.

Ice Hogs: 37.4
Wild Ducks: 35.0

The Ice Hogs weren't particularly good in Week 4 but they were better than their opponent, GM Henry's pigs defeating the sagging Wild Ducks by 2.4 points. The win lifts the Hogs to 2-2 for the season, just one game back in the Probert division. Overall the Hogs depart the week in seventh place, 33.1 points behind the first place Bluliners. Despite being the league's best team for much of the year, the Wild Ducks continue to have trouble locating wins, the team now 1-3 for the season; three games behind the Grimson-leading Vegas Vipers. In second place overall, the Ducks now sit 10.4 rows behind the Bluliners.

Ice Cats: 50.6
Boulder Flyers: 38.0

The Ice Cats are the latest team to have their way with the Boulder Flyers, GM Cutshall's squad improving to 3-1 with the comprehensive 12.6 point win. The Cats remain on top of the Probert, tied with the Bluliners with a record of 3-1. The overall standings find the Cats in third place, 10.9 points back. The Boulder Flyers joined the SC Cobras as the only team yet to register a win, GM Morgan's flappable birds now 0-4 for the season. Despite their dismal H2H record, the Flyers remain in the hunt for the FHL Cup, currently seated in sixth place, 30.3 points back.

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

LINK: Standings
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