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PostSubject: WEEK 20 (FINAL)   WEEK 20 (FINAL) EmptyMon Feb 26, 2018 1:21 pm

WEEK 20 (FINAL) UuTxy30
Despite the brilliant play of Frederik Andersen - the 28 year-old netminder winning seven of his last eight games - the Vegas Vipers were mathematically eliminated from the postseason on Sunday, the sagging team now 8-12 after falling hard to the Ice Cats.

Ice Cats: 73.8
Vegas Vipers: 34.7

The Ice Cats were the best team on the week, the Cats now tied for the Probert division lead with a record of 12-8. With their heads down the Vegas Vipers will head to the FHL links, the team inexplicably losing 9 of their last 10 matches.

Misconducts: 71.2
Bluliners: 45.8
By routinely disposing of the Bluliners, the Misconducts improved to 14-6; the best of the Domi division still on course to close the season with the best record and a first round playoff bye. It was a difficult week for the Bluliners as they saw their overall lead vaporize, the suddenly-vulnerable team heading into Week 21 with a record of 12-8.

Badger Bob: 67.1
Ice Hogs: 41.6
Badger Bob joined the Misconducts as one of two teams with the league's best record, a 14-6 mark placing the Bobs three games in front of the closest Grimson division challenger. Despite losing the Ice Hogs remain a playoff team, GM Henry's teetering squad sitting just inside the postseason picture with a record of 10-10.

Polar Bears: 55.3
Wild Ducks: 48.6

The Polar Bears rallied past their opponent on the final day of the week, the win putting a huge dent in the playoff hopes of the Wild Ducks - a team that will have to win their final two matches to have any shot at the postseason. The Bears meanwhile are sitting playoff pretty, the team now 11-9 on the year.

Central Red Army: 49.0
Boulder Flyers: 47.4

The Central Red Army also reeled-in their opponent on the final day of the week, the Army improving to 11-9 with the comeback win; the team breathing a huge sigh of playoff relief. The Boulder Flyers tried and failed to play the role of spoiler, the team tumbling to 6-14.

Mooses: 59.9
SC Cobras: 37.1
The Mooses enjoyed a solid week, the team improving to 8-12 with the convincing win; postseason play a ship that sailed many moons ago. The SC Cobras slipped to 5-15 with the loss, the last place Domi division team now a distant nine games behind the Domi leader.

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

LINK: Standings
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