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PostSubject: WEEK 9 (FINAL)   Mon Dec 04, 2017 10:49 am

Connor Hellebuyck (21 save shutout) and Blake Wheeler (1g, 3a) combined for 12.2 points on the final day of the week as Badger Bob rallied to upend the Ice Hogs, GM Chester's team now 7-2 after winning their sixth consecutive match.

Badger Bob: 44.3
Ice Hogs: 42.7

With a win the Ice Hogs would have moved to the top of the Probert division but instead they now sit one game back, GM Henry's squad sinking to 5-4. Badger Bob meanwhile retained their spot on top of the Grimson division, tied with the also 7-2 Vegas Vipers.

Central Red Army: 61.8
Boulder Flyers: 51.0

Despite scoring more points than eight of the other eleven teams the Boulder Flyers were saddled with another loss, their record the worst among the twelve FHL teams at 2-7. By rediscovering their game in Week 9 the Central Red Army improved to 5-4, GM Buker's troops now tops in the Domi.

Bluliners: 51.8
Misconducts: 36.7
The Bluliners made a return trip to their winning ways, GM Hamilton's team now 5-4 on the season, one game behind the Probert division leader. The Misconducts are heading in the opposite direction. With a record of 4-5, the Misconducts now have the same number of losses that they suffered all of last season.

Mooses: 41.8
SC Cobras: 28.0
In the much-hyped Battle of the Basement®©™ the SC Cobras lived up to their end of the bargain by posting the lowest score of the week. The Mooses proved uncooperative, netting a respectable number of points, GM McCormick's squad improving to 3-6; the SC Cobras tumbling to 2-7.

Polar Bears: 64.2
Wild Ducks: 37.8
The Wild Ducks were pitted against the best team of the week but a lesser team would have likely beaten them anyway, the wilting Ducks falling to 3-6 on the year. The Polar Bears are still alive in the race for the playoffs, a 5-4 record placing them just two games behind the Grimson division leaders.

Vegas Vipers: 45.3
Ice Cats: 29.3

The Ice Cats didn't show up for this marquee battle of 6-2 teams, the Vegas Vipers winning in a landslide. As a result GM Miller and his Grimson-leading Vipers will carry a record of 7-2 into Week 10; the Ice Cats will be towing a mark of 6-3, still best among the four Probert division teams.

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

LINK: Standings
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