Found November 15, 2011 on Razzball Hockey:
It’s getting close to that time in the season where if you’re sitting in 11th or 12th place now is the time to make a move.  If you’re waaaay out of it ala SmarchSnow or BarberShop it’s time to start dropping unproductive players for hot waiver wire fodder.  It’s also time to start throwing out hail mary trade offers because something needs to change.  Alright enough stating the obvious, onto week 5 of the Razzball Commenter’s Leagues! LEAGUE: The CHeap Seats      COMMISSIONER: Howard  Beatdown of the week was Decepticon Dominance over Grabner 5-hole (10-1). Dominance was led by Thomas Vanek with 3 goals and Anze Kopitar and Brian Campbell with 4 assist each. Jimmy Howard with 3 wins and a .948 save %.  Honorable mention to Hank for Vezina getting back in the race with an 8-1 beatdown over Optimus Reim. Hank was led by Jaro Halak with a .961 save % and Marian Hossa with 5 pts.      Team                              W-L-T Pct Pts 1. Decepticon Dominance
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