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PostSubject: WEEK 10 (FINAL)   Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:20 am

Already dominating the FHL without much assistance from Brent Burns .... the numbers the Bluliners defenseman posted last night: 2 goals, 9 points, 8 shots on goal, 28:07 of ice time, 9:19 of time on the powerplay .... and 53 games remaining in the season. BOO!

Bluliners: 55.2
Mooses: 26.0

The Bluliners not only cruised to their sixth win of the season - the team one game back in the Probert - the Bluliners also appear to be cruising toward their 5th FHL Championship, the team now leading the second place Ice Cats by 47.5 points. The Mooses meanwhile are cruising in the opposite direction, the team now buried in the basement, 139.5 points back. Remarkably, the Mooses aren't out of the playoff picture just yet as they are lodged in the weak Domi division, their 3-7 mark leaving them just two games back.

Ice Hogs: 58.4
SC Cobras: 52.1

The SC Cobras played well but couldn't get their hands around the Ice Hogs and their best score of the week, GM Murphy's team falling to 2-8 on the season. Despite their horrific record, the Cobras are still in the playoff hunt; as a member of the disastrous Domi, the team sits just three games behind the division leaders. The Ice Hogs improved to 6-4 on the season, keeping pace with the Probert division leading Ice Cats; GM Henry's Hogs just one game back.

Misconducts: 48.4
Central Red Army: 43.8

This pivotal Domi division match saw the Misconducts clip the Central Red Army, GM Smalley's team now tied for the Domi lead with a record of 5-5. The Central Red Army were in position to establish a two game lead but swung mightily and missed, GM Buker's troops stumbling to 5-5, a record that keeps them atop the Domi, tied with the Misconducts.

Ice Cats: 52.4
Badger Bob: 40.0

A team know for the fast finishes, Badger Bob rallied again on Sunday. This time however the rally wasn't nearly enough as the team saw their six match winning streak snapped. The loss however didn't knock the Bobs off their Grimson perch as the Vegas Vipers also tasted defeat. The Ice Cats improved to 7-3 with the victory, their mark good enough for a one game lead over both the Bluliners and Ice Hogs in the very competitive Probert division.

Polar Bears: 47.5
Boulder Flyers: 38.2

The Polar Bears pulled farther away from the Boulder Flyers on Sunday, claiming their 6th win of the season. With a mark of 6-4 the Bears now find themselves just one game back of the Grimson division leaders. The Boulder Flyers lost for the 8th time this season - their flickering playoff hopes extinguished as they now reside five full games behind the Ice Cats in the Probert.

Wild Ducks: 36.9
Vegas Vipers: 35.7

The Wild Ducks used the weekend to catch and pass and stun the Vegas Vipers, GM Collard's Ducks improving to 4-6 with the improbable win. The team remains in the playoff picture as they now trail the Grimsom leaders by just three games. The Vegas Vipers failed to take sole possession of the Grimson as they remain tied with Badger Bob, both teams now sporting a record of 7-3.

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

LINK: Standings
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