Even if he was scared at home against Gap, Grenoble has chained a seventh victory in a row against the Rapaces (6-3), Friday during the 11th day of Ligue Magnus. He thus retains the lead in the standings ahead of Angers and his evening opponent. The Isérois even consolidate their lead, the Dukes having lost 3-0 at home against Rouen. Defeat also for Bordeaux on the ice of Cergy-Pontoise (5-2).
We no longer stop Grenoble. The Brûleurs de Loup have chained a seventh victory in a row, this Friday at home against Gap (6-3) during the 11th day of Ligue Magnus. A new success which allows these Isérois who have always lost only one match since the start of the season (in Angers on October 1st) to consolidate their first place, with now six points ahead of Angers and their victim of the evening. This did not prevent the Grenoblois from being scared, when the Rapaces, quickly led 2-0 on the ice of Polesud, saw their opponents return to 2-2 in the second half. Damien Fleury, Nicolas Fleury, author of a double, and Markus Poukkula, author of the last goal of the evening, took care to prevent the leader of the standings from doubting any longer. On arrival, he also made a very good operation since his runner-up was slapped at home by Rouen (3-0).
End of series for Bordeaux
The Dukes, who nevertheless remained on four victories before welcoming the Dragons, were surprised three times by the Rouennais, on goals from Tessier, Guimond, Guttig. Rouen has a fourth consecutive victory there. Dirty evening for Angers but also for Bordeaux, crushed (5-2) in the Cergy-Pontoise ice rink after remaining six games without losing. Thanks to Legault and Carry, the Boxers, picked up at the outset by Hordelalay then Rajamaki, quickly regained hope, but to revive temporarily was not enough for the Girondins, who then collapsed and conceded three new goals, including two for the only Suire. Behind Grenoble, untouchable, things are tightening up very seriously.
ICE HOCKEY / MAGNUS LEAGUE – DAY 11
Friday, October 22, 2021
Chamonix – Mulhouse : 2-1 (ap)
Grenoble – Gap : 6-3
Angers – Rouen : 0-3
Briançon – Nice : 3-6
Cergy-Pontoise – Bordeaux : 5-2