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PostSubject: WEEK 13 (FINAL)   WEEK 13 (FINAL) EmptyMon Dec 31, 2018 11:15 am

WEEK 13 (FINAL) J2Rhnkb
Despite their struggles during the season - including an extended stay in the FHL cellar - Concussion Junction remains playoff worthy, Marc-Andre Fleury and his Junk standing tall in Week 13, defeating the Vegas Vipers by 7.4 points.

Concussion Junction: 36.4
Vegas Vipers: 29.0
Concussion Junction enhanced their postseason chances by brushing aside the Vegas Vipers, GM Brendan’s squad improving to 6-7 with the all-important win; the Junction gaining ground in the Domi, now trailing the division leader by 3 games. The Vegas Vipers meanwhile took a big step in the opposite direction, the team tumbling to 4-8-1 in defeat, GM Miller’s outta-the-playoffs squad now seated 4.5 games back in the Grimson.

Boulder Flyers: 39.7
Ice Hogs: 25.7
The Boulder Flyers padded their Probert division lead by defeating the Ice Hogs, GM Morgan’s squad now sitting on a 2 game pillow, their record after 13 matches a league-best 9-4. The Ice Hogs had a chance to climb on top of the Probert but instead slipped 2 games back, the Hogs beginning Week 14 play with a still-positive record of 7-6.

Central Red Army: 44.1
Polar Bears: 30.2
The Central Red Army saw their postseason hopes improve as they thumped the Polar Bears, the Army now 6-7 for the year; numbers than place the defending H2H champion 3 games behind the Domi leader. The Polar Bears meanwhile are tracking in the opposite direction, the loss gifting the Bears the worst record in the league, a 4-9 mark dropping GM Elya’s squad a full 5 games behind the Grimson leader.

Wild Ducks: 40.5
Misconducts: 31.7
The Wild Ducks and Misconducts both have the same 9-4 record after the Ducks outgunned their longtime rival, GM Collard now sitting on the biggest lead of all three divisions, the Ducks currently 4 games better than the closest challenger. The Misconducts saw their Domi lead shrink with the loss, GM Smalley’s squad still somewhat comfortably in front as they lead the SC Cobras by 2 games.

Ice Cats: 23.5
Badger Bob: 15.8

The Ice Cats saw their record swell to 6-7 after taking down Badger Bob, the Cats maintaining their position in the Probert division; the team trailing the Boulder Flyers by 3 games. Badger Bob is now the owner of a 5-8 record, the team’s chances of winning the Grimson title galloping into the sunset, the Bobs currently 4 large games in rear of the division-leading Wild Ducks.
Note: Badger Bob's updated score includes 1.0 additional point from an assist that was missed earlier in the week.

SC Cobras: 22.0
Bluliners: 17.0

In danger of falling under .500, the SC Cobras made a return trip to their winning ways, GM Murphy’s squad improving to 7-6 by defeating the Bluliners. With the win, the Cobras moved closer to the Domi division leader, the team now 2 games back. The Bluliners fell to 5-7 with the loss, the squad still buried in the Probert basement, their deficit now 3.5 games with 9 weeks remaining in the H2H regular season.

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

LINK: Standings
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