Grenoble and Rouen continue their series


Fallers from Gap and Angers, Grenoble and Rouen have consolidated their place at the top of the Magnus League. The Angevins see Cergy-Pontoise return, which dominated Bordeaux.

Grenoble is insatiable! For the ninth time in a row, the Wolf Burners won in the Magnus League and Gap was the victim on Friday. The Raptors got off to a good start with Romain Chapuis then Dimitri Thillet in double numerical superiority which made the break for Gap in eleven minutes. They then saw Damien Fleury reduce the gap before the quarter of an hour of play. It was only in the last 20 minutes that the Brûleurs de Loups made the difference. While Lucien Onno equalized before the end of the second period, Peter Valier in numerical superiority then Sacha Treille in the empty cage reinforced the Grenoble success (2-4) and the fourth loss in a row. Despite a clear delay, Rouen keeps pace. The Dragons signed a seventh successive success against Angers. The Dukes started off with a bang with Cédric di Dio Balsamo and Danick Bouchard who found the fault in the first four minutes. A false start that Vincent Nesa immediately mitigated before Joris Bedin equalized shortly before the half hour mark. A meeting that settled in the last five minutes with Rolands Vigners and Dylan Yeo who offered victory to Rouen (4-2). A victory which allows the Dragons to relegate the Dukes to four points.

Cergy-Pontoise gets closer to the podium

This result is also the business of Cergy-Pontoise. Indeed, the Jokers went to win in Bordeaux, beaten for the third time in a row. Alexandre Wideman and Julien Guillaume in the first twelve minutes allowed the Boxers to gain the upper hand but Steven Owre immediately revived the Ile-de-France. Thomas Suire then Dennis Kearney then allowed Cergy-Pontoise to go for the victory (2-3). The Bordelais see Amiens return to two points after the success of the Gothics on penalties on the ice of Anglet. The Hormadi first took the lead by Nicolas Arrossamena and Victor Ranger but Rudy Matima and Elgin Pearce put the two teams back to equality. The extension having given nothing, the penalty shootout allowed Amiens to win (2-3 tabs). Chamonix, for its part, inflicted on Mulhouse a fourth straight setback at the same time as signing a third success in a row (3-4). Nice, for its part, returned to victory at the expense of Briançon (4-2).

Friday, October 29, 2021
Mulhouse – Chamonix : 3-4
Nice – Briançon : 4-2
Rouen – Angers : 4-2
Anglet – Amiens : 2-3 (tab)
Bordeaux – Cergy-Pontoise : 2-3
Gap – Grenoble : 2-4

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