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The 1983–84 Nationale A season was the 63rd season of the Nationale A, the top level of ice hockey in France. 12 teams participated in the league, and Club des Sports de Megève won their first league title. Image Club d'Epinal was voluntarily relegated to the Nationale B due to financial issues.

First roundEdit

Club GP W T L GF GA Pts
1. Gap Hockey Club 22 17 2 3 176 90 36
2. Sporting Hockey Club Saint Gervais 22 15 2 5 151 96 32
3. CSG Grenoble 22 12 5 5 151 98 29
4. Club des Sports de Megève 22 13 3 6 151 77 29
5. Chamonix Hockey Club 22 13 3 6 138 111 29
6. Viry-Châtillon Essonne Hockey‎ 22 11 2 9 127 112 24
7. Diables Rouges de Briançon 22 10 1 11 21
8. Ours de Villard-de-Lans 22 9 2 11 121 139 20
9. ASG Tours 22 9 0 13 146 147 18
10. Hockey Club de Caen 22 4 3 15 11
11. HC Amiens Somme 22 3 3 16 93 201 9
12. Image Club d’Épinal 22 2 2 18 104 195 6

Final roundEdit

Club GP W T L GF GA Pts
1. Club des Sports de Megève 36 26 4 6 270 117 56
2. Gap Hockey Club 36 25 3 8 287 169 53
3. Sporting Hockey Club Saint Gervais 36 25 2 9 275 167 52
4. CSG Grenoble 36 22 4 10 238 160 48
5. Chamonix Hockey Club 36 18 4 14 220 208 40
6. Diables Rouges de Briançon 36 15 3 18 33
7. Viry-Châtillon Essonne Hockey‎ 36 12 3 21 168 218 27
8. Ours de Villard-de-Lans 36 10 3 23 167 257 23

RelegationEdit

Club Pts
1. ASG Tours 22
2. Français Volants 18
3. HC Amiens Somme 12
4. Image Club d’Épinal 9
5. Hockey Club de Caen 9
6. Anglet Hormadi Élite 7
7. Corsaires de Dunkerque 7

Hockey Club de Caen would have been relegated but remained in the Nationale A for the following season as Image Club d'Epinal voluntarily went down to the Nationale B.

External linksEdit

  • Season on hockeyarchives.info
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