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KIA pool comes down the stretch in 3-way tie

12/24/2011 02:19 EST | Updated 02/23/2012 05:12 EST

Glen Dixon has been caught.

Coming down the stretch of the KIA Hockey Pool, the Dunnville, Ont. resident has fallen back into a three-way tie for first place with a 2012 KIA Optima Hybrid on the line.

David Day, of Taber, Ala., took advantage of Roberto Luongo, Henrik Sedin and Brian Campbell to move up to 488 points.

Also at 488 is Curtis Poustie, of Vernon, B.C., thanks to Shea Weber, Jimmy Howard and Pavel Datsyuk.

Dixon is hanging in there, however, with Pekka Rinne, Datsyuk and Weber, for 488.

In the Week 12 standings, Steve Cook, of Orangeville, Ont., came out in front at 76 points thanks to a brilliant week by Evgeni Malkin. He also had Jon Quick and Erik Karlsson as leaders.

Second is Angelo Fuoco, of Kirkland, Que., who had Malkin, Weber and Tim Thomas as top point getters.

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