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Wednesday, 21 August 2019 10:17

Steam, Mist to meet in LFL playoffs

 

 

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 The Atlanta Steam set for playoff meeting with Seattle this Saturday.

The Eastern Conference Champion Atlanta Steam (3-1) will square off with the Seattle Mist (3-1), the runner-up in the Western Conference, this Saturday in the first of a two-game LFL playoff event to be played at the Toyota Arena in Ontario, California. With Seattle averaging 50-points a game during the regular season and Atlanta just shy of 36 a game, the matchup has the makings of a high-scoring affair.  

 

 

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 Dakota Hughes leads the Steam to another postseason appearance.

 

Veteran QB Dakota Hughes leads the Steam offense into the post season and is coming off another solid regular season performance. Dakota had the second-best QB Rating (95.7) in the LFL and finished the regular season with 11 TDs and only 2 INTs, a 5 to 1 ratio that was best in the league.

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Thursday, 10 August 2017 11:18

LFL 2017: Week 17

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The Los Angeles Temptation (4-0) visited the Atlanta Steam (2-2) for the second straight season, and went home with a win-again. This time, LA came from behind in the final quarter to earn a 20-14 victory in a game that was just what the league was in need of heading to the post season-a competitve game. The game was the final one of the LFL regular season, but both teams have at least one more game this season as both head to their conference title games.

LA Temptation After Steam Defeat

The Temptation celebrate thier undefeated regualr season (4-0) after thier come-from-behind road win against the Steam in the LFL regular season finale. 

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The Settle Mist improved to 2-0 while dropping the Denver Dream to 0-2 with a Week 6 blowout that saw Seattle score 106 while shutting out Denver. The 106-point margin of victory continues the string of league mismatches following a 73-point Los Angeles victory over Omaha last week, a 35-point Atlanta win over Pittsburgh in Week 4, and an 87 point win for Chicago in their Week 3 meeting with the Dream.

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