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PostSubject: WEEK 2 (thru Thursday)   Fri Oct 12, 2018 11:35 am


Phil Kessel was locked and loaded on Thursday, the Central Red Army sniper ripping his sixth career hat trick, his Army team collecting 21.0 points during their march into 6th place.

Central Red Army: 32.9
Polar Bears: 26.4

The Central Red Army were better than the Polar Bears but GM Elya’s squad didn’t leave Thursday quietly, stopgap Jack Campbell posting a 40 save, 8.0 point shutout, his Bears team still in the hunt for a “W,” trailing the Army by just 6.5.

Bluliners: 47.1
SC Cobras: 33.8

Points aplenty here as the Bluliners carded 20.0 while the SC Cobras answered with a league-best 24.8. Ryan Suter (1g, 2a) did most of the Bluliners damage while the snakes received a combined 13.8 from Pekka Rinne (29 save shutout) and Artemi Panarin (1g, 3a). All told, the Cobras moved closer, trailing their first win by 13.3.

Badger Bob: 31.4
Ice Cats: 33.6
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John Tavares loaded another 4 assists onto his already overflowing Points Wagon, his Ice Cats team uncorking 18.0 points in all, GM Cutshall’s squad suddenly better than Badger Bob, leading this non-divisional rumble by 2.2.

Boulder Flyers: 36.0
Ice Hogs: 33.9

Following what seems like the same not so ho-hum script, Auston Matthews deposited another two goals on Thursday - his NHL-best 8th and 9th of the season - his Boulder Flyers team departing Day 4 with 2.1 points more than the Ice Hogs, the Flyers now leading by the same 2.1 points.

Vegas Vipers: 34.6
Concussion Junction: 17.1
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The Junction (7.1 points) were slightly better than the Vegas Vipers (6.6 points) but ‘slightly’ isn’t going to cut it, the first year franchise trailing by a thick 17.5 with 14 Saturday games and a 3-game Sunday remaining in the week (no games on Friday).

Misconducts: 24.1
Wild Ducks: 38.3
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The Misconducts were better than their opponent on Monday but since then it’s been all Wild Ducks. Again outpointing the Misconducts on Thursday (11.0 to 6.1), GM Collard and his Ducks are hauling a heavy 14.2 lead into the final days of Week 2.

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