While Grenoble won its tenth game in a row at the expense of Briançon, Rouen was able to put aside a missed start to the match to dominate Cergy-Pontoise. Angers remains third thanks to its success over Anglet.
Grenoble consolidates its grip on the Magnus League. For the twelfth time in thirteen games, the Brûleurs de Loups won and, this time, it was Briançon who fell heavily. Sacha Treille started the Grenoble team in the 10th minute before seeing Jere Rouhiainen and Maxime Corvez add to the bill. Antoine Torres saved the honor for the Red Devils but Julien Munoz, Dylan Fabre and Aurélien Dair increased the success of Les Brûleurs de Loups (6-1). The latter keep nine points ahead of Rouen but the Dragons were scared at Cergy-Pontoise. In the first ten minutes, Dennis Kearney and Aku Kestila gave the Jokers two goals but the Jokers then took the tide. Rolands Vigners, Marc-André Dorion and Sacha Guimond in the second period then David Gilbert, a double from Vincent Nesa and Loïc Lampérier reversed the trend for a large victory for Rouen (2-7).
Angers keeps pace, Gap doubles Cergy-Pontoise
Behind the leading duo, Angers remains in third place. Beaten by the Dragons at the start of the weekend, the Dukes did better than react to Anglet. A double from Robin Gaborit launched the Angevis before Cédric di Dio Balsamo, Danick Bouchard and Tommy Giroux widened the gap. L’Hormadi saved the honor by Thomas Decock then Kevin Massy before Vincent Llorca does not come to conclude the meeting for the Dukes, largely victorious (6-2). Gap, for its part, took advantage of the defeat at Cergy-Pontoise to regain fourth place. Les Rapaces have largely taken the best of Chamonix. Pierre Robert quickly set the tone before Bostjan Golicic and Julien Correia, Fabien Colotti and Arturs Mickevics added to the bill. At the end of the match, Samuel Salonen closed the gap for the Pioneers who lost (5-1) and saw their series of three wins come to an end.
Nice wins with forceps
In addition to moving back in the hierarchy, the Jokers also see Amiens coming back to a point. The Gothics pocketed against Bordeaux a third consecutive victory in the league. A less prolific match in goals with Klemen Pretnar shortly after half an hour of play then Spencer Haas at the approach of the last ten minutes which allowed Amiens to get the best of the Boxers (2-0), who fell back by a rank for the benefit of Amiens. However, for the suspense, you had to go to Nice. Faced with the red lantern Mulhouse, the Eagles had to resort to penalties to win. While Dante Salituro twice put the Scorpions in front on the scoreboard, Yevgeniy Nogachev closed the gap before Ondrej Kopta scored twice in five minutes to give the Nice advantage. But Ivan Esipov equalized five minutes from the end of the game. The overtime giving nothing, the Eagles were able to deceive Anthony Morrone three times to win on penalties (4-3 tab).
ICE HOCKEY / MAGNUS LEAGUE
Sunday, October 31, 2021
Grenoble – Briançon : 6-1
Cergy-Pontoise – Rouen : 2-7
Amiens – Bordeaux : 2-0
Angers – Anglet : 6-2
Nice – Mulhouse : 4-3 (tab)
Gap – Chamonix : 5-1