|Francia - Ligue Magnus||04/13 18:00||1||Grenoble v Angers||L||5-1|
|Francia - Ligue Magnus||04/10 18:30||1|| Angers v Grenoble ||L||2-3|
|Francia - Ligue Magnus||04/09 16:00||1||Angers v Grenoble||L||4-5|
|Francia - Ligue Magnus||04/06 16:00||1||Grenoble v Angers||W||1-3|
|Francia - Ligue Magnus||04/05 18:15||1||Grenoble v Angers||L||5-2|
|Francia - Ligue Magnus||04/03 14:00||2||Angers v Rouen||W||7-1|
|Francia - Ligue Magnus||04/01 18:00||2|| Rouen v Angers ||W||1-4|
|Francia - Ligue Magnus||03/29 18:30||2||Angers v Rouen||L||3-4|
|Francia - Ligue Magnus||03/27 14:00||2|| Rouen v Angers ||L||2-0|
|Francia - Ligue Magnus||03/26 19:00||2|| Rouen v Angers ||W||1-2|
|Francia - Ligue Magnus||03/24 19:00||2||Angers v Rouen||W||4-1|
|Francia - Ligue Magnus||03/23 19:30||2|| Angers v Rouen ||L||2-3|
The Association des Sports de Glisse d'Angers is a French ice hockey team based in Angers playing in the Ligue Magnus. The team currently use the name of "Les Ducs d'Angers". The team's mascot is an eagle-owl, or grand duc (literally great duke) in French, but its name is primarily intended as a reference to the prestigious Dukes of Anjou lineage.
The team was founded in 1982 and plays home games at the Angers IceParc.
The Team has never been French champion, but won the French cup in 2007 and 2014.
Saturday, April 3, 2010 - Angers defeated the Briançon Red Devils on the road, 3 games out of 2, in the Best of 5 game semifinal series. Angers reached the Magnus League Championship for the first time in team history.
Angers and Rouen set to face each other in the Finals. Angers had a chance at redemption after losing at Rouen 7-0 in the Quarterfinals of the French Cup, on Tuesday, January 5, 2010.
Monday, April 6, 2010 - (Game 1 @ Rouen) Angers, on the road, won at Rouen 2-1.
Tuesday, April 7, 2010 - (Game 2 @ Rouen) Angers took a 2-0 lead in the 2nd Period of the game. Rouen started the 3rd Period with a quick goal to bring them within one. Angers quickly responded and scored again, putting themselves up 3-1. And desperation set in for Rouen as they too responded quickly scoring, making it 3-2 Angers. Angers responded several minutes later making it 4-2. Angers never looked back from there. 4-2 final score.
Friday, April 9, 2010 - (Game 3 @ Angers) Les Ducs looked tired and were down 3-0. They battled back and made it 3-2 but would eventually fall 4-2.
Saturday, April 10, 2010 - (Game 4 @ Angers) Angers did not show up to this match and lost their second and final chance to win the cup at home by a 6-1 margin.
Tuesday, April 13, 2010 - (Game 5 @ Rouen) It was 1-1 after two periods of play. Rouen went on to score 3 more in the third period and Angers added one more. The Ducs ended their bid to be champions of France, failing to win it all with their three opportunities to bring the Cup home.
2010 Magnus League Quarterfinals (Best of 5 games)
2010 Magnus League Semifinals (Best of 5 games)
2010 Magnus League Finals (Best of 5 games)
The Ducs earned their second consecutive trip to the French Cup Final v. formidable foe Rouen; who ousted the Ducs in the 09-10 Magnus League Championship in three consecutive games. On January 30, 2011, the Ducs would travel to Bercy to face the Dragons. Rouen took an early lead going up 2-0 after 1 period of play. In the 2nd period, Rouen would add two more and Angers adding one. After 2 the score was 4-1. The Ducs mounted a comeback, scoring 3 unanswered goals in the 3rd period; however Angers once again fell victim to the Dragons in overtime, losing 5-4.