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PostSubject: WEEK 15 (FINAL)   WEEK 15 (FINAL) EmptyMon Jan 14, 2019 11:01 am

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After Sebastian Aho (3g, 1a) netted 12.0 points on Sunday afternoon, the once-firmly-in-control Vegas Vipers suddenly found themselves trailing the Ice Cats. An alarm was sounded and it was defenseman Mark Giordano to the rescue, the recent trade acquisition ripping 12.0 points (2g, 1a) in the final game of the week, the Vipers narrowly avoiding what would have been a devastating defeat.

Vegas Vipers: 66.4
Ice Cats: 59.3
GM Miller is breathing a sigh of relief after Week 15 successfully landed, his team still in the postseason chase with a record of 6-8-1; just 0.5 games behind the 7th and final playoff spot. The Ice Cats lost for the 9th time, GM Cutshall’s wayward felines still on the outside looking in, the 6-9 squad trailing the playoffs by a single game.

Badger Bob: 49.2
Boulder Flyers: 41.6
Badger Bob is still alive after toppling the Boulder Flyers, GM Chester’s squad improving to 6-9 for the season; a record that places the Bobs just 1.0 game in back of a postseason berth. Once firmly in control of their division, the Boulder Flyers now have company on top of the Probert, the suddenly struggling team stumbling to 9-6 with the unexpected defeat.

Wild Ducks: 67.8
SC Cobras: 54.2

By thumping the SC Cobras, the Wild Ducks became the first team to acquire 10 wins, GM Collard’s squad leading the Grimson division by a comfortable 3.5 games. With the best record in the league, the Ducks have the inside track to a first round playoff bye. Despite losing, the Cobras remain playoff worthy, a record of 7-8 placing the snakes just inside the narrow frame of the playoff picture.

Central Red Army: 50.5
Misconducts: 48.5
The Central Red Army held on to defeat the Misconducts, a huge win for the franchise as they closed to within 1.0 game of the Domi division lead; their record now on the plus side at 8-7. The Misconducts slipped to 9-6 with the loss; the squad’s postseason hopes still healthy as they lead the non-qualifiers by 3.0 games.

Polar Bears: 69.6
Bluliners: 57.2
The best score of the week landed GM Elya a much-needed win, the Polar Bears improving to 6-9. While the team has little chance of catching the Grimson leader - trailing by 4 games - the Bears sit just 1.0 game outside of the playoffs. The Bluliners slumped to 6-8-1 in defeat, GM Hamilton's squad still 2.5 games behind the best of the Probert and 0.5 games shy of the playoffs.

Ice Hogs: 46.8
Concussion Junction: 31.7

The Ice Hogs are liking their chances after concussing Concussion Junction, the Hogs tied for the Probert division lead with a record of 9-6; just one win shy of the best record in the league. By losing, Concussion Junction was handed a record of 7-8, the team balancing precariously on the edge of the playoffs with 7 weeks remaining in the H2H regular season.

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

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