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PostSubject: WEEK 12 (thru Monday)   Tue Dec 19, 2017 1:48 pm

Displaying absolutely no sign of compassion for the other eleven teams, the relentless Bluliners dumped another 14.0 points onto the competition on Monday - defenseman Tyson Barrie applying most of the hurt with two goals and 9.0 points - the Bluliners now an ungodly 79.6 points better than the rest.

Badger Bob: 3.0
Bluliners: 14.0

Nursing a one game lead as the best team in the Grimson division, Badger Bob, 8-3, is going to have their hands full with the Bluliners, GM Hamilton's 7-4 squad virtually unbeatable heading into the 12th week of the 26 week season

Polar Bears: 0.0
Central Red Army: 7.6

The Central Red Army sit atop the Domi division - tied with the Misconducts with a record of 6-5. The Polar Bears have a better record (7-4) but currently sit one game behind the Grimson-leading Bobs. After one day the match is siding with the Army, GM Buker's troops leading the (again) slow-starting Bears by 7.6.

Misconducts: 6.1
Wild Ducks: 8.0

With a record of 4-7 the Wild Ducks are waddling in must-win territory. The Misconducts, 6-5, are sitting comfortable atop the Domi division, tied with the Army. With one day in the books the Ducks are unexpectedly sitting in the front seat, leading the favored Misconducts by 1.9.

Ice Cats: 1.7
Mooses: 9.8

The Ice Cats have the best record in the league (tied with the Bobs) at 8-3. The Cats however aren't playing their best hockey and, by all accounts, are ripe for the picking. On Monday the hungry Mooses were picking aplenty, already leading the napping kitties by 8.1.

SC Cobras: 5.0
Vegas Vipers: 11.0

It might already be too late for the SC Cobras, 2-9, to qualify for the playoffs, but the "might" could become a "maybe" if they take down the Vegas Vipers and their 7-4 record. After one day the large task is even larger, the Vipers already enjoying a 6.0 point lead.

Boulder Flyers: 5.0
Ice Hogs: 2.6

The Boulder Flyers have little left to play for as they drag a 2-9 record into Week 12. The Ice Hogs meanwhile are humming a different tune, GM Henry's squad sporting a record of 6-5 - the team just two games in back of the Probert-leading Ice Cats.

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PostSubject: When you're hot   Tue Dec 19, 2017 1:58 pm

you're hot.

Tyson Barrie making like the second coming of Eddie Shore, Nicklas Lidstrom AND Bobby Orr combined.

Tyson Barrie??? I'll set the over/under on his next goal for January 20!!!

That's puck luck. Meanwhile, the team the Avalanche defeated last night has NO PUCK LUCK.

This offensive outburst happened against the floundering Penguins, which would be a non-participant if the Stanley Cup playoffs started today.

Better that this happened on Monday than on Saturday.
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