Magnus League: Grenoble recovers against Briançon, Rouen easy in Gap



The Nice Eagles received the Gothics of Amiens on Tuesday evening and in a padlocked meeting, it was not until the last third to see the Picards make the difference. In three minutes at the start of the third period, Joey West then Tomas Simonsen gave the Gothics a two-goal lead before Florian Sabatier came to close the score one minute from the end in the empty goal of Nice (0-3 ). Mario Richer players react after three defeats in a row and pass in front of their opponent in the evening in the standings (8th).

After their defeat in Rouen on Friday (3-5)which had ended their series of 19 consecutive victories, the Brûleurs de Loups de Grenoble reacted well by largely beating the Diables Rouges de Briançon (6-1).

It was at the end of the match that the Isérois widened the gap by scoring four goals in the last third by Jere Rouhiainen, Brent Aubin, Joël Champagne and Markus Poukkula. Grenoble retains its leading position ahead of Rouen, which did not give details during its trip to Gap (8-2), with in particular a double and assistance from Bastien Maia.

Bordeaux dominates Chamonix, Cergy overcomes Mulhouse

At home, the Boxers de Bordeaux overthrew the Pioneers of Chamonix, yet in the lead after the first third (0-1). But the Bordelais, by Maxime Legault and Nikita Jevpalovs passed in front in the second, before unfolding in the third (5-2). Hormadi d’Anglet paid his first catastrophic third against the Ducs d’Angers, freshly silver medalists in the Continental Cup Final Four (0-3 at, the end of the first period) to finally bow 0-4.

Finally, the Mulhouse Scorpions lost to Cergy-Pontoise in a very prolific match (6-4) despite the hat trick of Latvian Emils Gegeris on the Alsatian side. The Jokers are now two points ahead of their evening opponent and are in 7th place in the Magnus League standings.



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