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PostSubject: WEEK 9 (thru Thursday)   Fri Nov 30, 2018 12:30 pm


While no one knows how the rest of his Badger Bob team feels, Nikolaj Ehlers sure as hell didn’t like living in the basement, the waiver-wire pickup netting his 3rd career hat trick - lifting his subterranean team back to ground level - the Bobs (and the FHL Cup) now seated a bit more comfortably in 9th place.

Badger Bob: 34.2
SC Cobras: 29.0
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What a difference a day makes - Badger Bob roaring in front of the SC Cobras, their 4.8 point deficit now a 5.2 point lead. Despite their lot in the overall standings, the Bobs remain hopeful of their chances, GM Chester reminding his team that they were once a cellar-dweller during the 2017-18 campaign - the year they captured the FHL Cup.

Central Red Army: 23.2
Vegas Vipers: 45.0

Speaking of cellars, the Central Red Army are currently marching toward the basement, a 6.0 point Thursday leaving the team just 0.5 points clear of the FHL pit. The Vegas Vipers meanwhile are smiling like a Cheshire cat, the team well on their way to ending their six match losing streak; the Vipe leading the camped Army by 21.8.

Bluliners: 17.0
Concussion Junction: 34.3

Both the Bluliners and Concussion Junction collected the same 5.3 points. With one less day to mount a comeback, the Bluliners chances of posting a win were downgraded from “unlikely” to “you gotta be kidding me, no way.”

Ice Hogs: 21.0
Polar Bears: 17.4
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The Ice Hogs netted a solid 9.0 points on Thursday, the team jumping farther in front of the stumbling Polar Bears, GM Henry’s pigs now up by 3.6 with Friday and the weekend remaining in the week.

Misconducts: 21.0
Boulder Flyers: 35.3
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This battle of division leaders is tilting in the direction of the Probert-best Boulder Flyers, GM Morgan’s squad outpointing the Domi-best Misconducts 9.0 to 4.0, the Flyers advantage a tad sturdier at 14.3.

Ice Cats: 35.6
Wild Ducks: 30.6
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The Ice Cats were tossed in the cellar despite pocketing a solid 8.6. The basemented team however is still managing to frustrate the Wild Ducks, Cutshall’s underdog cats now leading this match by 5.0.

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