FFHG Division 2

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FFHG Division 2 (Fédération Française de Hockey sur Glace Division 2 or French Ice Hockey Federation Division 2) is a professional ice hockey league in France. It is the third of four levels of professional ice hockey in France. The teams that end at the bottom of the table get relegated to FFHG Division 1 while the top get promoted to FFHG Division 3.

Teams[edit]

FFHG Division 2 consists of 18 teams divided into two pools with nine teams each.

Pool A[edit]

Pool B[edit]

Season[edit]

Each team plays the other teams in their pool at home and away (18 games). At the end of this regular season the 8 highest-ranking teams in each pool enter a combined knock-out play-off series while the four lowest-ranking teams (two from each pool) enter a play-off series of their own. The winner of the former play-off series is promoted to FFHG Division 1 while the loser of the latter play-off series is demoted to FFHG Division 3.

Champions[edit]

Year Champion Runner-Up
1972-1973 Brûleurs de Loups de Grenoble
1973-1974 Français Volants (Paris)
1974-1975 Diables Noirs de Tours
1975-1976 Diables Noirs de Tours II
1976-1977 Les Houches
1977-1978 Brûleurs de Loups de Grenoble
1978-1979 Épinal
1979-1980 Hockey Club Val Vanoise
1980-1981 Nîmes
1981-1982 Français Volants
1982-1983 Viry II
1983-1984 Aigles de Nice Orléans
1984-1985 Bordeaux Français Volants Paris II
1985-1986 Épinal Pingouins de Morzine-Avoriaz
1986-1987 Clermont Pingouins de Morzine-Avoriaz
1987-1988 Ducs de Dijon Lyon
1988-1989 Lyon Deuil-la-barre
1989-1990 Pingouins de Morzine-Avoriaz Anges du Vésinet
1990-1991 Valenciennes Anges du Vésinet
1991-1992 Annecy Pingouins de Morzine-Avoriaz
1992-1993 Bordeaux Diables Noirs de Tours
1993-1994 Diables Rouges de Briançon Dogs de Cholet
1994-1995 Diables Rouges de Briançon Étoile Noire de Strasbourg
1995-1996 Pingouins de Morzine-Avoriaz Valenciennes
1996-1997 Dogs de Cholet Anges du Vésinet
1997-1998 Toulouse Diables Noirs de Tours
1998-1999 Albatros de Brest Castors d'Asnières
1999-2000 Ducs de Dijon Morzine
2000-2001 Séquanes de Besançon Castors d'Asnières
2001-2002 Albatros de Brest Castors d'Asnières
2002-2003 Castors d'Avignon Drakkars de Caen
2003-2004 Montpellier Toulouse
2004-2005 Chevaliers du Lac d'Annecy Jets de Viry-Essonne
2005-2006 Diables Noirs de Tours Boxers de Bordeaux
2006-2007 ASM Belfort Hockey Albatros de Brest
2007-2008 Aigles de Nice LHC Les Lions
2008-2009 Albatros de Brest Scorpions de Mulhouse
2009-2010 Orques d'Anglet Bélougas de Toulouse
2010-2011 Corsaires de Dunkerque LHC Les Lions
2011-2012 Chevaliers du Lac d'Annecy Galaxians d'Amnéville
2012-2013 Dogs de Cholet Corsaires de Nantes
2013-2014 Bélougas de Toulouse Remparts de Tours
2014-2015 Bouquetins de Val-Vanoise Aigles de La Roche-sur-Yon
2015-2016

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