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PostSubject: WEEK 8 (FINAL)   WEEK 8 (FINAL) EmptyMon Nov 26, 2018 5:56 am

The lone fan of the Vegas Vipers was beside himself on Sunday, his cherished team losing their 6th consecutive match, the Vipers now sitting alone in the Grimson division basement with a league-worst record of 2-6.

Misconducts: 60.9
Vegas Vipers: 52.7

The Misconducts were the latest team to take down the Vegas Vipers, GM Smalley’s squad improving to 6-2, the best record in the league providing the Misconducts with a two game Domi division lead. The Vegas Vipers and their collapsing record trail the Grimson division leader by three full games. The Vipers will try to end the ugly in Week 9 when they travel to New Jersey to engage the Central Red Army.

Ice Hogs: 69.2
Wild Ducks: 35.5
The Ice Hogs squared their record by whooping the Wild Ducks, GM Henry’s team now seated in 2nd place in the Probert with a record of 4-4, one game behind the division leading Boulder Flyers. The Wild Ducks saw their record fall to 5-3, the team still sitting atop the Grimson division - though they now have company, the Ducks harboring the same mark as Badger Bob.

Polar Bears: 84.3
Concussion Junction: 56.0

By crushing Concussion Junction the Polar Bears improved to 3-5. With the Wild Ducks losing, the Bears scooted closer to the top of the Grimson, now trailing the division leaders by just two games. The Junction will begin Week 9 with a record of 3-5, the first year franchise now sitting in the Domi division cellar, three games behind the league-best Misconducts.

Badger Bob: 49.8
Central Red Army: 44.6
Badger Bob held on to defeat the Central Red Army, the hard-fought win upping the team’s record to 5-3; a record that places the Bobs on top of the Grimson, tied with the Wild Ducks. The Army lost for the 5th time, GM Buker and his defending H2H champion troops falling three precarious games behind the Domi division leader.

SC Cobras: 70.9
Boulder Flyers: 40.0
The SC Cobras are now part of the H2H title conversation, the team improving to 4-4 by pummeling the Boulder Flyers; a record that places the Cobras in 2nd place in the Domi, two games behind the Misconducts. The Flyers are still sitting on top of the Probert but their seat is far less comfortable, their 5-3 record now only one game better than the rest.

Ice Cats: 61.6
Bluliners: 53.0
The Ice Cats are still in the Probert title chase after upending their division rival, GM Cutshall’s squad improving to 4-4, the Cats now just one game behind the Probert leader. The Bluliners are also one game behind the best of the Probert, the Bluliners and their 4-4 mark now seated next to both the Hogs and Cats.

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

LINK: Standings­­
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