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Ligue Magnus 2010/11

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Master: Dragons de Rouen
Relegation: Mont-Blanc HC
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The 2010/11 season was the 89th season of the Ligue Magnus, the highest French ice hockey league. The Dragons de Rouen became champions for the eleventh time in the club’s history. Mont-Blanc HC was relegated to the second division.

Mode

In the main round, the 14 teams each played 26 games. The twelve best-placed teams qualified for the play-offs, in which the champion was played out, with the four best-placed teams being seeded for the play-off quarter-finals. The two last-place teams from the main round met in relegation, the loser of which was relegated directly to the second division. Each team received two points for a win in regulation and overtime, one point for a loss in overtime, and zero points for a loss in regulation.

Main round

Table

Team Sp. S OTS OTN N Points T GT Diff
1. Dragons de Rouen 26 20 2 1 3 45 158 73 +85
2. Ducs d’Angers 26 15 4 3 4 41 114 60 +54
3. Rapaces de Gap 26 14 3 3 6 37 101 82 +19
4. Diables Rouges de Briançon 26 15 2 1 8 35 107 54 +53
5. Gothiques d’Amiens 26 14 3 1 8 35 119 86 +33
6. Dauphins d’Épinal 26 9 6 3 8 33 100 109 −9
7. Brûleurs de Loups de Grenoble 26 11 2 2 11 28 76 96 −20
8. Chamois de Chamonix 26 6 5 3 11 25 78 81 −3
9. Pingouins de Morzine 26 8 3 3 12 25 81 103 −22
10. Ours de Villard-de-Lans 26 9 1 2 14 22 72 122 −50
11. Étoile noire de Strasbourg 26 7 2 5 12 22 68 83 −15
12. Ducs de Dijon 26 7 3 1 15 21 90 108 −18
13. Drakkars de Caen 26 5 2 4 15 18 74 114 −40
14. Avalanche Mont-Blanc 26 3 1 7 15 15 75 142 −67

Playoffs

Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finale
1 Dragons de Rouen
Free ticket
1 Dragons de Rouen 3
9 Pingouins de Morzine 0
8 Chamois de Chamonix 1
9 Pingouins de Morzine 2
1 Dragons de Rouen 3
5 Gothiques d’Amiens 0
4 Diables Rouges de Briançon
Free ticket
4 Diables Rouges de Briançon 1
5 Gothiques d’Amiens 3
5 Gothiques d’Amiens 2
12 Ducs de Dijon 0
1 Dragons de Rouen 3
11 Étoile Noire de Strasbourg 0
2 Ducs d’Angers
Free ticket
2 Ducs d’Angers 3
10 Ours de Villard-de-Lans 0
7 Brûleurs de Loups de Grenoble 0
10 Ours de Villard-de-Lans 2
2 Ducs d’Angers 1
11 Étoile Noire de Strasbourg 3
3 Rapaces de Gap
Free ticket
3 Rapaces de Gap 2
11 Étoile Noire de Strasbourg 3
6 Dauphins d’Épinal 1
11 Étoile Noire de Strasbourg 2

French Champion

French Champion

Dragons de Rouen

Goalkeepers: Fabrice Lhenry, Sebastian Ylönen

Defenders: Juha Alén, Daniel Babka, Calle Bergström, Cédric Custosse, Aurélien Gréverend, David Holmqvist, Jonathan Janil, Jens Olsson

Attacking players: Mathieu Brunelle, Teddy Da Costa, Julien Desrosiers, François-Pierre Guénette, Romain Gutierrez, Carl Mallette, Alexandre Mulle, Anthony Rech, Ilpo Salmivirta, Luc Tardif junior, Marc-André Thinel, Peter Valier, Jonathan Zwikel

Head coach: Rodolphe Garnier

Relegation

  • Hockey Club de Caen – Avalanche Mont-Blanc 3:1 (3:2 n. V., 1:2, 4:3, 2:1)

Awards

Award Players Team
Trophée Jean Ferrand Ronan Quemener Rapaces de Gap
Billy Thompson Gothiques d’Amiens
Trophée Jean-Pierre Graff Loïc Lampérier Diables Rouges de Briançon
Trophée Albert Hassler Kévin Hecquefeuille Gothiques d’Amiens
Charles Ramsey Trophy Carl Mallette Dragons de Rouen
Trainer of the year Patrick Turcotte Rapaces de Gap

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