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PostSubject: WEEK 7 (FINAL)   Mon Nov 20, 2017 8:39 am

Lead by the play of Sebastian Aho (1g, 2a) the Boulder Flyers posted 11.0 points on Sunday, brushing aside the favored Vegas Vipers to win their second match of the year; the in-form Flyers moving into second place in the overall standings.

Boulder Flyers: 70.3
Vegas Vipers: 61.3

One week after defeating the best overall team the Boulder Flyers upended the best H2H team, the giant-killers improving to 2-5 on the season. While their play has improved, their H2H situation remains bleak; the Flyers still seated in the Probert basement, three games back. By losing for just the second time, the Vegas Vipers now have company on top of the Grimson division, the team tied with Badger Bob with a record of 5-2.

Ice Cats: 55.7
Bluliners: 46.5

The Bluliners played better in the latter days of the week but their rally ultimately fell short, the Ice Cats winning this pivotal Probert division match by 9.2 points. The Cats now sit alone on top of the division with a record of 5-2. The Bluliners stumbled to 4-3, tied with the Ice Hogs for second best; both teams one game back.

Wild Ducks: 47.5
SC Cobras: 16.8

The Wild Ducks had absolutely no trouble with the swing-and-miss SC Cobras, the Ducks improving to 3-4 with the 30.7 point win. Despite the win the Ducks remain in the Grimson basement, now two games back. The SC Cobras failed to build on last week's victory, GM Murphy's tumbling team now 1-6 on the season; three games back in the Domi.

Badger Bob: 49.4
Misconducts: 37.2

Badger Bob took advantage of a rare Vegas Vipers loss - defeating the Misconducts to claim a share of the Grimson division lead; both teams two games better than the rest. The Misconducts fell to 4-3 in defeat, last year's best H2H team now with company on top of the Domi division; tied with the the also 4-3 Central Red Army.

Central Red Army: 50.4
Mooses: 39.0

The Central Red Army dusted the Mooses, GM Buker's squad moving into first place in the Domi division, tied with the Misconducts with a record of 4-3. In defeat, the Mooses are now 2-5 for the year, the struggling team now seated two games back in the Domi.

Ice Hogs: 46.0
Polar Bears: 34.4

The Ice Hogs are 4-3 after pounding the Polar Bears, the team tied for second place in the Probert division - just one game behind the division-leading Ice Cats. The Bears saw their record fall to 3-4, the Bears now two games behind the two Grimson division leaders.

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

LINK: Standings
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PostSubject: TY Boulder Flyers!!!   Mon Nov 20, 2017 11:12 am

Badger Bob says "thank you" to the Boulder Flyers for its effort in Period 7.

After being dusted by the Polar Bears in Period 3, B2 enjoying a winning streak that is now at four games.

B2 management gives the two players kudos who nailed down the win on Sunday -- Islanders D Nick Leddy with 6.0 (1 G and 1 A in a blowout loss to Carolina) and Ducks G John Gibson with 5.0 (50 saves in a 3-2 win over visiting Florida).

The Anaheim team record for saves is 51 shared by Gibson and Jonas Hiller, who is gone but not forgotten.

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In other B2 news, have named Blake Wheeler captain, a role he also has with Winnipeg in the NHL.

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On to Period 8.
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