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WEEK 19 (FINAL) Empty
PostSubject: WEEK 19 (FINAL)   WEEK 19 (FINAL) EmptyMon Feb 19, 2018 12:19 pm

Connor Hellebuyck was the center of attention after posting his 31st win of the season, the Badger Bob netminder asked repeatedly about his team's chances of catching the Bluliners; the in-form Bobs now just 37.7 points in back of the coveted FHL Cup and a postseason payout of $500.00.

Badger Bob: 70.7
Wild Ducks: 67.1
By defeating the Wild Ducks the Bobs remain on course to secure a first round playoff bye, GM Chester's team improving to 13-6; Badger Bob one of just two teams with a league-best 13-6 record. The Wild Ducks suffered a crushing loss, GM Collard's team bounced out of the playoff picture; a 9-10 record placing the Ducks one game behind the postseason.

Ice Hogs: 66.7
Bluliners: 43.0
By winning the Ice Hogs greatly improved their chances of qualifying for the playoffs, GM Henry's squad now tied with three other teams with a playoff-qualifying record of 10-9. The Bluliners are no longer in the H2H driver's seat as they stumbled to 12-7, the team still tops of the Probert but now a long shot to finish with the best record in the league.

Boulder Flyers: 69.5
SC Cobras: 45.1

The Boulder Flyers are no  longer the worst H2H team in the league after levelling the SC Cobras, GM Morgan's birds improving to 6-13. The SC Cobras are the worst H2H team in the league, GM Murphy's squad now 5-14 on the year.

Misconducts: 56.8
Polar Bears: 52.8

The Misconducts improved to 13-6 by dispatching the Polar Bears, GM Smalley's squad now three games up in the Domi division; a first round playoff bye still in the cards. With the loss the Polar Bears' grip on the playoffs was loosened significantly, GM Elya's team now balancing on the edge of a postseason berth and extinction.

Ice Cats: 73.5
Central Red Army: 43.1

The Ice Cats were the best team of the week, the unexpected numbers gifting GM Cutshall his 11th win of the year, the playoff-lock team now just a game back in the tightening Probert division. The Central Red Army slipped to 10-9 in defeat, and like the Polar Bears, sit perilously close to the outer edge of the playoffs.

Mooses: 39.8
Vegas Vipers: 37.4
The Mooses essentially put an end to the Vegas Vipers chances of qualifying for the postseason, GM Mccormick's squad improving to 7-12 with the upset win. The deflated Vegas Vipers will be carting an 8-11 record to Week 20, the team now 5 games back in the Grimson; a division the now-struggling team once owned.

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

LINK: Standings
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