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Brampton Blades have been moving up the standings lately. The Blades who were one of the middle teams during the first half of the season, have changed the tide a bit. Blades are now fighting for a shot at the 2nd position in the VHLM Standings but could see themselves as a heavy favourite going into the VHLM Playoffs. Brampton has been climbing the charts thanks in part to Roman Sokolov and Marc-Alexandre LeBlanc who each have 101 points on the season. Markus King has been steady in net; amassing an amazing 23 shutouts on the season. The Blades finish the season facing Saskatoon 3 times in the last 7 games and should have a chance to grab that second seed if they keep on their winning ways. With no games remaining against either Yukon or Ottawa, it means that the level of competition in their final games isn't as high. Then again we could see a shift of focus and maybe a collapse, but that doesn't look likely.

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25 minutes ago, TheLastOlympian07 said:

you have 23 shutouts but hows you save percentage :P sub .900 still? :D

I started the year with a roster that is nowhere like the one I have now. Also, that trend isn't new. You must be new to the VHLM goaltending system

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