This afternoon’s FHL standings reveal new division and overall league leaders and some interesting weekly matchups beginning with Team Fitzgerald controlling the East Division and League, leading in (G) goals, (SHP) short-handed points, (BLK) blocks, and earning over 500 total points matched up against divisional foe Team ALEX.
Leading the West Division and the League in (A) assists, (SOG) shots on goal, and (HIT) hits team Buffalo Winter confronts the former division leader and one of the League leaders in goaltender wins, team Doughty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap in their intra-divisional weekly matchup.
In the inter-divisional weekly matchup, Team Borowicz third in the West Division is battling fourth place in the East Division Team Beaulieu, both teams are 2-2-0, with Team Beaulieu the better statistics for skaters, and Team Borowicz earning more goaltender points with the largest deficit being (PA) points against.
An interesting matchup this week is between two 3-1-0 teams from the highly competitive East Division were depending on this week’s results can result in a four-way gridlock for the two top division playoff seeds as teams Downton Flyers and Buffalo Sabres compete for second place in the division.
There will be one team manager getting their first victory of the season in this matchup between the West Division’s two winless teams in fourth-place Team Iglesias versus fifth-place Team Beaty.
SABRES NEWS 2 KNOW
Goaltender Devon Levi with the #16 Northeastern University Huskies Men’s Ice Hockey team acquired in the Mr. Reinhardt trade with Florida recorded his second shutout in his sixth win of the season entering into a home-and-home series versus Boston College this weekend November 11th and 12th.
AROUND THE LEAGUE
On November 7th, 1896 the second ice rink, St. Nicholas Rink/Arena, in NYC opened.
In 1936 the New York American’s game was the first broadcast coast-to-coast on Canadian radio.
1975 The “Trade” Boston sending Mr. Esposito to the Rangers for Mr. Park.
The NHL has three games scheduled to begin the week.