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PostSubject: WEEK 11 (thru Saturday)   Sun Dec 17, 2017 2:18 pm

In need of points to remain remotely relevant, it was the career-best game of Gabriel Landeskog to the rescue, the 25 year-old forward netting 15.0 enormous points (3g, 2a), his Boulder Flyers team now inline to win just their third match of the season.

Boulder Flyers: 45.6
Badger Bob: 45.2

Badger Bob was good on Saturday - collecting 14.0 points - but they're now sitting in the row directly behind the Boulder Flyers, GM Morgan's upset-minded birds now leading this suddenly heated, down-to-the-wire, hold-your-breath, cover-your-eyes, non-divisional affair by 0.4 points.

Misconducts: 54.3
Vegas Vipers: 38.0

Shayne Gostisbehere deposited two goals and 9.0 of his teams 19.0 points, the Misconducts moving into 4th place in the overall standings. The Misconducts are also shredding the once formidable Vegas Vipers, GM Smalley's squad just one day removed from their sixth victory of the season.

Polar Bears: 31.0
Mooses: 42.9

Defenseman Matt Dumba ripped two goals (9.0 points) on Saturday, injecting life into his almost-dead Polar Bears team. The Mooses however would deflect most of those points, a 12.9 point evening keeping the Bears at bay, the Mooses advantage borderline insurmountable with only a four-game Sunday still on tap.

Bluliners: 60.0
Wild Ducks: 30.0

While the league was distracted by big performances from Landeskog, Gostisbehere and Dumba, the Bluliners quietly shoved another 21.6 points into their back pocket, their overall lead now outlandish at 73.1 points. The Bluliners are also breezing toward yet another win, GM Hamilton's squad with double the number of points posted by the dizzy Ducks.

Ice Cats: 29.9
SC Cobras: 30.6

If snakes could trip over themselves the SC Cobras would be tripping over themselves, the team falling back into the FHL basement after a disappointing 4.0 point Saturday. The Cobras however can still secure a win as they are fortunately facing the team with the worst score of the week, GM Murphy's cold team leading the colder Cats by 0.7 points.

Ice Hogs: 34.5
Central Red Army: 39.9

The Central Red Army are now the better of these two teams, a solid 15.8 point excursion providing GM Buker's troops with a 5.4 advantage. While the Hogs were disappointed with their 8.8 point Saturday, the team took solace in the fact that they're still in second place overall, albeit a shit-ton of points behind the Bluliners.

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