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WEEK 22 (FINAL) Empty
PostSubject: WEEK 22 (FINAL)   WEEK 22 (FINAL) EmptyMon Mar 12, 2018 1:16 pm

With Sunday marking the end of the regular season, seven teams will now take their game to the postseason where - over the next three weeks - they'll compete for $200.00 in prize money; $100.00 awarded to the H2H champion, $70.00 to the runnerup and $30.00 to the winner of the consolation match.

Boulder Flyers: 52.1
Badger Bob: 51.0

Badger Bob rallied on the final day but fell just short of the Boulder Flyers, the team closing the regular season with a record of 15-7. GM Chester will spend the first week of the playoffs taking notes, his team earning a first round bye after posting the best record in the league. The Boulder Flyers missed the playoffs once again, the team finishing with a record of 8-14.

Vegas Vipers: 32.8
Misconducts: 25.0

The Misconducts will begin postseason play as the No. 2 seed, GM Smalley's 14-8 team locking horns with the Wild Ducks in round one. GM Smalley won't be bringing any confidence to the match, the Misconducts posting the worst score of the week, netting just 25.0 points in Week 22. The Vegas Vipers won for only the second time in eleven weeks, the team drawing the curtain on the regular season with a record of 9-13.

Central Red Army: 53.4
Ice Hogs: 32.7

The Central Red Army finished with a record of 13-9; numbers that have provided the second year franchise with the No. 3 seed and a first round match versus the Polar Bears. The defeat ended any chance of the Ice Hogs qualifying for postseason play, GM Henry departing the regular season with a record of 10-12.

Wild Ducks: 68.7
Bluliners: 48.7

By defeating the Bluliners the Wild Ducks improved to 11-11, a record that gifts GM Collard the seventh and final seed, and a first round tussle with the Misconducts. The Bluliners end the season with a mark of 12-10, the fourth seeded team to meet division rival Ice Cats in the opening round.

Mooses: 51.4
Polar Bears: 41.3

The Polar Bears lost to the Mooses but backed into the playoffs after the Ice Hogs lost their Week 22 match. In the opening round the Bears will face the Central Red-hot Army. The Mooses end the season on a high note, GM McCormick's squad closing the year with a record of 10-12; two games shy of the postseason.

SC Cobras: 45.4
Ice Cats: 40.3

The Ice Cats lost, GM Cutshall's team finishing with a record of 12-10 and a first round match again the Bluliners. The SC Cobras will depart the year with a win but also with the worst H2H record, GM Murphy and his snakes slithering out of the regular season with a record of 7-15.

Misconducts v. Wild Ducks
Central Red Army v. Polar Bears
Bluliners v. Ice Cats

LINK: Standings
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