SEMIFINALS!
 
RCL 1(1) Jolly Razzers vs (4) Puck The Folice  The Jolly Razzers crushed Puck The Folice 8-3 to advance to the final, sweeping the goaltending categories and splitting the offensive ones. Ryan Miller led the way with 4 wins, including a shutout, and ratios of 1.25/.956. Cory Schneider chipped in a win with a 1.01 goals against average and .966 save percentage. PTF had nice goaltending numbers as well, with Semyon Varlamov and Carey Price combining for a 2.18 goals against average and .933 save percentage, but it wasn’t good enough this week. Alex Ovechkin was the scoring star for the Razzers, netting 6 goals and an assist with 22 shots. John Tavares added 5 assists. And before being suspended for knocking out Puck The Folice’s Daniel Sedin, Duncan Keith contributed 4 assists with 16 penalty minutes.(3) Toronto Make Beliefs vs (2) True North Puck Co.  The Penguin duo of Evgeni Malkin and James Neal continued to lead True North to victory, totalling 8 goals and 9 assists in the 7-3 semifinal win. The pair was +8 with 12 penalty minutes and 40 shots. Brent Burns had a great line from the defense position with 1 goal, 3 assists, +3, 4 PIM, and 2 PPP. Alex Pietrangelo also had a goal and 3 assists, with 12 shots. Evgeni Nabakov and Pekka Rinne each recorded 2 wins to take 1 goaltending category away from the Make Beliefs’ trio of Marc-Andre Fleury, Martin Brodeur, and Jonas Hiller.Here’s a comparison of this week’s numbers for the finalists.
  G A +/-
PIM
PPP
SOG W GAA
SV
SV% SO
Jolly Razzers 18 19 -10 37 12 146 6 1.63 216 .943 1
True North
Puck Co.
16 33 17 47 11 127 4 2.81 133 .881 0

The CHeap Seats(1) Decepticon Dominance vs (4) Jethro  Zach Parise’s goal on Sunday was the difference as Jethro knocked off the number 1 seed, 6-4. It was the last of only 11 goals scored by the 2 teams this week. Henrik Lundqvist (3 wins/90 saves/2.42/.900) and Marc-Andre Fleury (2 wins/1.50/.953) were once again the stars for Jethro. Alex Burrows racked up 24 penalty minutes for Decepticon Dominance, but no points. Evander Kane was -5 for the week, and was also held pointless.(3) KyHabs vs (2) Parenteau Guidance   KyHabs and Parenteau Guidance battled to a 5-5 tie, but the KyHabs will be on the golf course thanks to 2 losses to PG during the regular season. Brian Elliot and Pekka Rinne both won on Sunday for Parenteau Guidance, while the Habs Jose Theodore was losing in a shootout, giving them the win category, 4-3. James Neal was the offensive leader with a line of 3 goals, 5 assists, +5, 4 PIM, 1 PPP, and 19 shots. Meanwhile, the KyHabs had David Perron in at left wing while Rick Nash sat on the bench. Nash’s 1 power play point could have sent KyHabs to the final.Here’s a comparison of this week’s numbers for the finalists.

  G A +/- PIM PPP SOG W GAA SV SV% SO
Jethro 6 9 +2 5 4 88 5 2.12 151 .921 0
Parenteau
Guidance
9 24 -5 43 7 80 4 2.09 223 .929 2

RazzPuckBunnies(1) Team Vigilante vs (5) Portable Ninja  Team Vigilante overcame the loss of Jonathan Toews to beat Portable Ninja 7-3. James Neal was once again the star, with Paul Stastny (2 goals, 2 assists) and Ryan Getzlaf (4 assists) helping out. Both teams had excellent goaltending numbers, with Fleury and Jonathan Quick leading the Vigilante to 3 category wins (Saves: 189-184; Save %: .931 – .929; SO: 1-0) while Devan Dubnyk, Ilya Bryzgalov, and Antti Niemi won goals against average (1.94 – 1.98) and Wins (6-5) for the Ninja.(3) Ice Road Puckers vs (2) Greyston Schmohawks  The Greyston Schmohawks edged the Sidney Crosby-led Ice Road Puckers 6-5 as Alex Ovechkin and Brent Burns led the way. Brian Elliot and Braden Holtby each picked up shutouts Sunday for the Puckers, but Jose Theodore’s 35-save 2-goal performance allowed the Schmohawks to hold on to the goals against average and save percentage categories. Here’s a comparison of this week’s numbers for the finalists.

 
G
A
+/-
PIM
PPP
SOG
W
GAA
SV
SV%
SO
Team
Vigilante
9 19 +12 16 11 105 5 1.98 189 .931 1
Greyston
Schmohawks
16 16 0 33 9 127 1 2.09 173 .930 0

Bobby Hull Division(1) GoPuckYour…… vs  (4) Shishka  GoPuck cruised to a 7-3 win over Shiska, in part thanks to the inspired decision to play Brian Rolston this week. Rolston ( 2 goals, 6 assists, +7) and James Neal helped GPY to win 4 offensive categories. Ilya Bryzgalov continued his brilliant play, finishing with 2 wins and ratios of 1.31 and .941 to lead GoPuck to 3 goaltending points. Pavel Datsyuk was held pointless for Shiska.(3) Rochester Americans vs (2) TheMustaches  The Rochester Americans edged TheMustaches 5-4 to earn their spot in the final. Drew Stafford had a good week for the Americans, with 3 goals, 3 assists, and 16 shots with a +4 rating. Kevin Bieska contributed a goal and 2 assist with 11 penalty minutes. Craig Anderson stopped 19 of 20 shots Sunday, and his return could be significant for Rochester. Evgeni Malkin (5 goals, 4 assists, +3, 8 PIM, 21 shots) did his part for TheMustaches, but that didn’t make up for Jack Johnson (0 points, -4), Mike Richards (0 points, -3),  and Martin Brodeur (3.61/.845) .Here’s a comparison of this week’s numbers for the finalists:

 
G
A
+/-
PIM
PPP
SOG
W
GAA
SV
SV%
SO
GoPuckYour…… 15 27 -2 37 10 154 3 2.48 160 .914 0
Rochester
Americans
11 17 +12 27 4 109 2 3.04 219 .913 0