Nick: It’s been a rough year for WTP as they enter a bit of a rebuild. It will take some time for the team to come together, but I think they will bounce back nicely next season. As for this game, they’re running into a LBS squad that is gearing up for the post-season. I think the Corporation takes this one 5-1.
Dark Rainbows @ Mega Touch
Nick: Lots of recognizable faces in this matchup as Julie, Alex, and rookie stud Alok take on Aaron, Ramber (the Rachel + Camber celebrity couple name), and Abby. The rest of the gangs all there as well, and this should be a spirited contest between two high-energy teams. I’ll say that Mega wins it for Devlin, 3-2.
Butchers @ Gut Rot
Nick: Gut Rot has a better team than their record indicates; they have a favorable division record and currently sit in second place in the Greene Division. That said, Jeff L. is going to be on the hunt for the scoring title, which the likely rookie of the year still has in reach. I’m going to go with Butchers, 4-2.
Cobra Kai @ Tompkins Square Riots
Nick: Cobra Kai has established itself as a formidable team on any given Sunday, with the twosome of Liam + Sebastian putting up a number of timely goals. The Riots are a team that have a knack for playing the underdog role, and I feel like they tend to pull out (PULLOUTS) a victory when the odds are against them. Let’s put it to the test: I’ll say that Dojo wins 2-0.
Poutine Machine @ Gremlins
Nick: Nothing like a divisional battle with playoff seeding on the line, as the Gremlins currently sit two points about Poutine for the fourth spot in the Glanzer Division. Poutine has some guys who can put the ball in the net, but former-sad Jamie has been a force lately. I think the Gremlins ride his goaltending to a tight 2-1 victory.