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PostSubject: WEEK 11 (FINAL)   Mon Dec 18, 2017 9:47 am

With only 14.6 points thru Thursday - trailing the Mooses by 15.4 - the Polar Bears erupted for 34.4 points over the final two days of the week, defenseman Mark Giordano capping the improbable comeback with two goals and 9.0 points on Sunday.

Polar Bears: 49.0
Mooses: 44.9

The Polar Bears improved to 7-4 with the memorable victory, remaining just a single game behind the Grimson division leader. The head-shaking Mooses saw their playoff hopes all but extinguished, the deflated squad now 3-8 on the year, three games back of the Domi division leaders.

Badger Bob: 51.0
Boulder Flyers: 47.6

Leading at the start of the day, the Boulder Flyers were buried by Badger Bob on Sunday, GM Morgan's birds still with the worst record in the league at 2-9. The Bobs are now the sole owner of the Grimson division lead, their league-best 8-3 record placing them one game in front of the Bears and Vipers.

Misconducts: 61.0
Vegas Vipers: 39.6
The Misconducts enjoyed one of their best weeks in recent memory, pounding the Vegas Vipers to improve to 6-5; good for a share of the Domi division lead. The Vipers tasted defeat for the fourth time this season, GM Miller's Grimson division team slumping to 7-4 on the year, one game in back of the Bobs.

Ice Cats: 34.9
SC Cobras: 33.6
The Ice Cats were one of the worst teams of the week but they had just enough fuel in their tank to defeat the SC Cobras, the best Probert division team improving to 8-3 with the nothing-to-write-home-about win. The SC Cobras joined the Boulder Flyers as owners of the worst H2H record, GM Murphy's Domi division team and their 2-9 mark now four games back.

Bluliners: 61.0
Wild Ducks: 31.8
The Bluliners had no trouble dismantling the Wild Ducks, GM Hamilton's team improving to 7-4 on the year; one game behind the fortunate Probert division-leading Cats. The Wild Ducks battered record took another hit, a mark of 4-7 placing the Ducks four distant games behind the best of the Grimson.

Central Red Army: 39.9
Ice Hogs: 39.5

The Ice Hogs leaned at the finish line but fell just short of a win, the disheartening loss leaving the Hogs with a record of 6-5; now two games behind the Probert division leader. The Central Red Army kept pace with the Misconducts in the Domi, a 6-5 record providing GM Buker with a share of the division lead.

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

LINK: Standings
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