ESPN FHL Daily Update Nov 8th

What a difference a day makes, a complete change of fortunes for the division leaders, teams Buffalo Winter and Team Fitzgerald both score single digits last night as did eight of the ten teams, but the two teams they are battling each earned over twenty points.

This week’s inter-division matchup between a third place in the West Division Team Borowicz and fourth place from the East Division Team Beaulieu competing and after last night’s three NHL games are separated by less than five points.

The East Division first, second and third place teams are at 3-1-0, and second place Downton Flyers versus a third-place team with the best (PA) points against statistic Buffalo Sabres are gridlocked with their division leader for the division lead and two playoff seeds.

The West Division Basement Donnybrook rages on as both the 0-4-0 fourth place Team Iglesias versus fifth place Team Beaty begin the week lukewarm earning a combined 6.9 points from last night’s games.

SABRES NEWS 2 KNOW

Buffalo begins their four-game Home Stand versus the Arizona Coyotes tonight with the opening faceoff at seven o’clock and both Mr. Dahlin and Mr. Lyubushkin will be in the lineup tonight, perhaps they can beat Mr. Gare’s team record set on November 8th, 1980 with two goals in 10 seconds.  

One NHL season for the St Louis Eagles

AROUND THE LEAGUE

After the NHL denied St. Louis a franchise because of travel costs Ottawa decided on their own to transfer there and the first NHL game played in St. Louis was on November 8th, 1936, of course, the next season they were terminated.

Plenty of games and eligible players to earn team managers positive points today.

Author: Buffalo Winter

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