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PostSubject: WEEK 24 (thru Tuesday)   Wed Mar 21, 2018 1:10 pm


If Badger Bob is to win their first FHL championship they'll have to scale the towering, often terrifying defense of the Bluliners; John Klingberg (2a), Tyson Barrie (1g, 1a) and Brent Burns (3a) combining for 15.0 points on Tuesday, the Bluliners returning to the top of the standings, now 3.3 points better than the Bobs.

The Battle for the FHL Cup
The Bluliners extracted 22.0 points from Tuesday, GM Hamilton returning to the plush home that he has occupied for much of the year. Despite being kicked to the curb (more like the porch, I suppose) Badger Bob remains optimistic, their deficit merely a speck with 19 long days remaining in the season.

The Bout for the Money
The Boulder Flyers are skipping through green pastures after an 18.7 point Tuesday, the team returning to the friendly confines of 3rd place. The Wild Ducks carded 7.4 points and now sit 5.1 points behind the money. The Central Red Army trail a season-ending payday by 19.9 points after potting 11.0, the team still stationed in 5th place. The 6th place Ice Cats also took a step back, their trip to the money now 52.2 points long.

The Scrap for the Laughing Bag
The Polar Bears have suddenly entered the Laughing Bag conversation as a league-low 2.0 point outing dropped the former champion into 11th place, the Bears currently 32.2 points better than the last place SC Cobras.

Semifinals, Playoffs
Playoffs are three weeks in length (Weeks 23-25). Prize money is awarded to three teams: the H2H champion ($100.00), runner-up ($70.00) and winner of the consolation match ($30.00).

Wild Ducks: 16.0
Badger Bob: 21.0

GM Chester was seen licking his chops after hearing that Patrik Laine was felled by injury, the possibly-shorthanded Wild Ducks trailing Badger Bob by 5.0 points heading into the final five days of the semifinals.

Central Red Army: 16.4
Bluliners: 27.0

GM Buker wasn't happy when he awoke and saw the Bluliners gaudy numbers, his Central Red Army team now faced with an uphill climb, trailing GM Hamilton's elevated squad by 10.6.

LINK: Standings
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