This morning’s FHL standings highlight team Downton Flyers sitting atop the League with the scoreboard reflecting a weekly matchup versus their East Division rival Team Fitzgerald a team currently the (PF) points for, leader and third in the East.
Second overall in the League and First in the West Division team Doughty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap is undefeated and matched up against division foe Team Beaty a team with solid (PPP) power-play points, and (SHP) short-handed points, pursuing their first win.
Second in the East Division, third place in the League, team Buffalo Sabres with the least amount of (PA) points against, has this week’s intra-divisional matchup with Team Iglesias a team sitting fourth in the West, seventh in the League but leads in (PPP) and second in (A) assists.
Keeping the pace and possibly taking over the division lead in the West, teams Buffalo Winter 1-1 leading in (SOG) shots on goal, (HIT) hits, is matched against division competitor Team Borowicz 1-1, fifth and sixth in the League respectively as each team strives for their second win.
The East Division antagonists Team ALEX with a near split-even goal differential encounters Team Beaulieu the League leader in (A) are both looking to get back into the win column.
SABRES NEWS 2 KNOW
With the defense enduring injuries another Rochester American has been called up to the Sabres, Kale Clague former Canadiens, Kings last season signed with Buffalo having earned three assists in five AHL games, this six-footer can average a solid 15-16 minutes per NHL game.
AROUND THE LEAGUE
Stanley Cup Champion, peer respected, Phil Kessel recently acquired by the Knights will be playing against one of his former teams in a game that will equal the NHL Ironman record currently held by Keith Yandle at 989 games tonight in Vegas as his team hosts Toronto.
The NHL has scheduled six-game today with games starting from seven to ten-thirty this evening, besides the Mr. Kessel game the Vancouver Canucks attempt to earn their first regular season win for themselves and their Head Coach, and the Blues take their perfect record to Winnipeg.