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Poland moves into first with a 5-2 cupcake win.

The laughing stock of the league is now looking down at the other three teams, as Poland moved into first place with a 5-2 win over Germany.

Goals by Gavin and Luke Steigerwald had the Poles up 2-0 after one. Goalie fill in Kyle Jacobs was once again a brick wall in the nets for the red team.

In the 2nd a faceoff win by Wilkinson went back to Luke for a blast through a screen for a 3-0 lead, and that was that.

A frustrated Rick Armand tried to throw the team on his back when he took a lob pass and went in on a breakaway to prevent his team from getting shutout.

"I don't want to say we missed Ragu, but we kinda did today," noted Armand.

A nice pass from Poland's John Gambale to Germany's Mike Uretsky right in the slot contributed to the 2nd Germany goal and it was 3-2.

"It's the nicest pass I've received all season," said Uretsky.

"Truth be told it was my best pass of the year," admitted Gambale. "Tape to tape, on a rope. A thing of beauty, just to the wrong team."

That's all that Germany would get as a pointless Joe Surette played some shutdown D the rest of the way.

Brian the Shower Guy Leslie and Wilkinson each scored down the stretch for the 5-2 final.

Bill Osbahr made his return to the Poland lineup after missing several games.

"I didn't like the team I picked," noted Osbahr. "I wanted to see how they would do before I committed to playing."


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