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    (Dayton, Ohio) With a win in regulation this evening the Dayton Demonz moved into first place in the Federal Hockey. No games in hand to the previous first place Danbury Whalers who have held the position since the first week of the season. The 11-5 victory over the Danville Dashers has placed Dayton 1 point ahead of Danbury (Dayton’s 80 points to Danbury’s 79).
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