Atlantic League (Ice Hockey) 1995-96

Report

The Atlantic League in Ice Hockey in 1995-96 featured three teams from North France (Dragons Rouen, Gothiques Amiens and Flames Blueus Reims), two from Denmark (IK Esbjerg and IK Herning) and one from Netherlands (Tilburg Trappers). The League was intended to provide more competitive matches for the teams involved while also competing in their own National Leagues. The League was won convincingly by Dragons Rouen, who won 8 of their 10 matches, losing none to finish on 18 Points, nine ahead of second placed Flames Blueus Reims. Two Danish teams IK Esbjerg and IK Herning finished a point further back on 8, and in fifth place were Gothiques Amiens on 7 points. Three games involving the Dutch entrant Tilburg Trappers were unplayed, with the team finishing in sixth on 4 points.

Internet Archives

[1] Rouen Hockey Elite 76 Wayback Machine (2003) Ligue Atlantique 1995-96 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20041225185609/http://www.rouenhockeyelite76.com/europe/europe95c.php [Accessed 4 July 2021]

Bibliography

[2] IIHF/Horst Eckert (1997) “Eishockey Almanac 97” pg.

Atlantic League (Ice Hockey) 1995-96

PosTeamWLT
1Dragons Rouen (Fra)802
1Flames Blueus Reims (Fra)343
1Gothiques Amiens (Fra)351
1IK Esbjerg (Den)332
1IK Herning (Den)352
1Tilburg Trappers (Ned)250