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PostSubject: WEEK 17 (thru Monday)   Tue Jan 23, 2018 12:33 pm


The Boulder Flyers - 6-16 last season and 3-13 this year - have been the worst H2H team in the league the past two years. Ironically, the teams futility doesn't extend to matches with the goliath Bluliners, GM Morgan's giant killers having defeated their Probert division rival the last three times they met, including a dramatic come-from-behind win in Week 6, the then 0-5 Flyers defeating the 4-1 Bluliners by 1.7 points.

Boulder Flyers: 14.0
Bluliners: 4.6

Taking down the league's best team will be a tougher task for the Boulder Flyers in Week 17, the confrontation a 10 day affair due to the All-Star break. Andrei Vasilevskiy however has already amped GM Hamilton's frustration levels, a 40 save, 8.0 point shutout providing his snarky Flyers team with a 9.4 point lead.

Vegas Vipers: 1.5
Ice Hogs: 0.0

A non-divisional match with monstrous playoff implications as both the Vegas Vipers and Ice Hogs sit just outside the door to the postseason - the Vipers a tiebreaker shy of the playoffs with a record of 8-8; the Hogs one step further from the entrance with a record of 7-9.

SC Cobras: 2.9
Misconducts: 2.0

Still mathematically in the playoff hunt after winning in Week 16, the SC Cobras and their 4-12 record will have to win their remaining six matches to have any chance at the postseason; the team a significant underdog as they faceoff against the Misconducts and their sterling record of 10-6.

Wild Ducks: 0.0
Central Red Army: 2.0

With two teams nipping at their playoff heels it's a must-win match for the 8-8 Wild Ducks. It's also an important match for the Central Red Army - though their situation isn't quite as precarious - GM Buker bringing a 9-7 record to this non-divisional rumble.

Mooses: 2.0
Badger Bob: 3.0

The Mooses remain in the chase for the postseason as they are skating just two games behind the final playoff spot. To solidify their chances they'll have to topple Badger Bob and their 11-5 mark, GM Chester's team especially motivated after falling to the Vegas Vipers in Week 16.

Polar Bears: 5.0
Ice Cats: 4.0

This match is crucial for the Polar Bears as they sit just one game inside the playoffs, their season record two games over .500 at 9-7. The Ice Cats have a little more breathing room, the 10-6 team still in contention for the Probert division crown and an automatic trip to the playoffs.

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