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PostSubject: WEEK 5 (FINAL)   WEEK 5 (FINAL) EmptyMon Nov 05, 2018 9:37 am

With the Week 5 horn blaring in the background, Brayden Point celebrates his team’s first victory of the season, the in-form 22 year-old capping the turnaround stanza with 3.0 points (1g, 1a), the Polar Bears improving to 1-4 after posting the best score of the week.

Polar Bears: 67.6
SC Cobras: 52.2

Only four weeks into the season it was already “win or go home” for the Polar Bears and the team responded in earnest, a fat 67.6 points placing the former champion in the winner’s circle for the first time in 2018-19. With a record of 1-4 the Bears sit three games back in the Grimson, and more importantly, out of the cellar - just 61.9 points back in the race for the FHL Cup. The SC Cobras meanwhile are wondering what they have to do to bag a win. Posting a score that was better than nine other teams, the Cobras were dealt yet another loss, the fourth year franchise tumbling to 1-4 on the season. The snakes however remain competitive in the chase of the league’s top prize, seated in 7th place, just 35.6 points out of 1st place.

Wild Ducks: 40.7
Central Red Army: 34.3

Always a H2H powerhouse, the Central Red Army have fallen under .500 for the first time in their team’s history, a subpar Week 5 burdening the Army with a record of 2-3; the team falling two games behind the Domi division leader. The overall standings are also causing GM Buker a fair amount of discomfort, the team closing the week in 9th place, 58.8 points back. The Wild Ducks meanwhile are humming a completely different tune, GM Collard’s squad sitting on top of both the overall standings and the Grimson division. Overall, the Ducks are 6.0 points clear of the nearest contender; H2H-wise, the team is two games better than the rest.

Ice Hogs: 60.6
Vegas Vipers: 41.5
The first two weeks of the season were golden for the Vegas Vipers as they sat on top of the overall standings and enjoyed a perfect record of 2-0. Viper gold is now Viper tin, GM Miller’s squad dropping three consecutive matches while tumbling to 6th place in the overall standings; the squad now seated two games back in the Grimson. The Ice Hogs weren’t sympathetic as they took full advantage of the Vipers’ troubles, GM Henry’s pigs improving to 3-2 with the 19.1 thumping - the Hogs now breathing the rarified air of 4th place, just 29.7 points behind the first place Wild Ducks. The H2H standings find the Hogs one game back in the Probert.

Misconducts: 37.7
Bluliners: 35.1
In charge for most of the week, the Bluliners stumbled in the waning days, the Misconducts roaring past GM Hamilton’s gasping squad to claim their league-best 4th win of the season. The Misconducts are now two full games better than the rest of the Domi division. Overall, the Misconducts skate into Week 5 in 5th place, 30.5 points back. The Bluliners slipped to 3-2 in defeat, the team now one game back in the Probert. Despite their late-week struggles, the big picture remains bright, the Bluliners still poised to pounce in 2nd place, seated just 6.0 rows behind the front-row Ducks.

Boulder Flyers: 48.2
Ice Cats: 30.6

A H2H flop each and every year - never qualifying for the playoffs - the Boulder Flyers are skating in unchartered territory as they improved to 4-1, the team now the sole owner of the Probert division lead. The Flyers also saw their overall fortunes improve in Week 5, GM Morgan’s wings-flapping birds moving into 3rd place, just 14.8 points back. It wasn’t a good week for the Ice Cats as they were carted to the basement, the hairball-hacking Cats falling 76.3 points behind the best of the FHL. The H2H standings find GM Cutshall’s team in the Probert cellar with a subpar mark of 2-3.

Badger Bob: 44.5
Concussion Junction: 35.7
The 2017-18  H2H runner-up was in danger of falling out of the postseason picture in Week 5 - but Badger Bob would have none of that, the team taking down Concussion Junction to improve to 2-3; a record that leaves the Bobs two games behind the Grimson leader. Badger Bob still has plenty of work to do if they are to successfully defend their FHL championship, GM Chester’s squad parked in 8th place, 55.6 points back. Concussion Junction is happy to be out of the basement but they’re not happy about anything else, the Junction falling to 2-3 in defeat, two games back in the Domi. Overall, GM Smalley will begin Week 6 in 11th place, 65.2 points behind the leader; 11.1 points clear of the basement.

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

LINK: Standings­­
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