ESPN FHL Daily Update Nov 6th

This afternoon’s FHL scoreboard presents two teams scoring over 130 points for the week, both division second-place teams, statistically combined virtually lead in most scoring categories, teams Buffalo Winter and Team Fitzgerald are skating quickly towards first place in their respective divisions.

With three NHL contests scheduled today, two beginning early this evening at five o’clock and one at nine o’clock that affect the closest matchup this week, coming from the East Division between first-place Buffalo Sabres versus fourth-place Team Beaulieu who leads by .04 of a point.

The next closest matchup that can change a division standing radically by today’s three NHL games is an inter-divisional battle that could contribute to a three-way tie for first place in the East Division with Team ALEX leading Downton Flyers by four points.

West Division teams representing third and fourth place, Team Borowicz building a 28 points lead over Team Iglesias as both team managers have six players in the lineup today, Team Iglesias leaving four players on the bench to one player on the bench for Team Borowicz.   

Realistically no matter how good a team manager has drafted or built a fantasy team over time with the waiver wire and or trades, ultimately the point production is generated by the professional Hockey players themselves and they are the only ones who control that aspect of our League.


Mr Dahlin is (DTD) day-to-day and HC Granato spoke about the Sabres loss to Tampa Bay as a great effort but it was the lack of experience that led to their downfall after taking the lead early in the third period resulting from an exceptional effort from Mr Skinner.

Mr Skinner’s captivating score


More than three teams tied for 10th through 12th place

The Toronto Maple Leafs slew the big bad bruins even after Mr Marchand scored on a Penalty Shot to tie the game at one as Mr Nylander connected with Awesome Matthews to take the lead with the game-winning goal less than six minutes into the second period.

Awesome Matthews scored twice!

The Stanley Cup Champion Colorado Avalanche beat the snot out of a poor playing Columbus team in both Global Series Finland Edition regular NHL season games Friday and Saturday afternoons.  

The NHL has scheduled three games for our entertainment today.

Author: Buffalo Winter


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