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PostSubject: WEEK 17 (FINAL)   Mon Feb 05, 2018 1:23 pm

The postseason hopes of the Vegas Vipers might be down for the count after taking one on the chin in Week 17, GM Miller's sputtering squad now a game and a tiebreaker behind the seventh and final playoff spot.

Ice Hogs: 71.1
Vegas Vipers: 58.2

The Ice Hogs remain in the hunt for the final playoff spot after winning their must-win match, GM Henry's team improving to 8-9. The Vipers meanwhile are trekking in the opposite direction, the team falling further back after tumbling to 8-9.

Boulder Flyers: 82.9
Bluliners: 65.4

The Bluliners are no longer the best H2H team in the league after falling to the Boulder Flyers, the team still tops of the Probert division with a record of 11-6. The Flyers won for just the 4th time this year, GM Morgan's squad still holding the worst record in the league.

Badger Bob: 100.3
Mooses: 57.7

Badger Bob is now the sole owner of the best record - and a first round playoff bye - the Bobs on top of the Grimson division with a record of 12-5. The Mooses playoff hopes are officially dead, GM McCormick's sagging squad falling to 6-11.

Wild Ducks: 68.9
Central Red Army: 65.3

The Wild Ducks solidified their chances of qualifying for the postseason, a record of 9-8 placing the Ducks just inside the playoff picture. The Central Red Army are also 9-8, the loss placing GM Buker in must-win territory for the final five weeks of the regular season.

Misconducts: 74.9
SC Cobras: 50.6

The Misconducts are now two games better than all the Domi division teams, the playoffs a lock after winning for the 11th time this season. The SC Cobras are now 4-13, tied with the Boulder Flyers for the league's worst record.

Polar Bears: 71.4
Ice Cats: 55.8

The Polar Bears are close to locking up a spot in the postseason after trouncing the Ice Cats, GM Elya's team improving to 10-7. The Ice Cats slumped to 10-7, still comfortably in the playoffs as they sit one game behind the Probert division leader.

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

LINK: Standings
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PostSubject: In case you are not aware of    Mon Feb 05, 2018 2:07 pm

who the boxer is in the lead photo from MorganWigge, he is Chuck Wepner. Hails from Bayonne, NJ near New York City and known as the "Bayonne Bleeder."

Wepner once almost went the distance -- 15 rounds -- in a championship fight against Cassius Clay in the mid-1970s. Wepner amazingly scored a knockdown in the ninth round. But Clay rallied to win on a technical knockout with less than one minute remaining in the last round.

As of a few years ago, Wepner was managing a liquor store in northeast NJ. ESPN produced a documentary on him called "The Real Rocky."
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