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The 1984–85 Nationale A season was the 64th season of the Nationale A, the top level of ice hockey in France. 12 teams participated in the league, and Sporting Hockey Club Saint Gervais won their fifth league title. Hockey Club de Caen was relegated to the Nationale B.

First roundEdit

Club GP W T L GF GA Pts
1. Sporting Hockey Club Saint Gervais 22 19 0 3 148 95 38
2. Gap Hockey Club 22 16 1 5 160 108 33
3. Club des Sports de Megève 22 14 4 4 143 95 32
4. Français Volants 22 14 1 7 138 113 29
5. CSG Grenoble 22 12 4 6 132 96 28
6. Chamonix Hockey Club 22 12 2 8 140 115 26
7. Diables Rouges de Briançon 22 7 1 14 108 160 15
8. Ours de Villard-de-Lans 22 6 3 13 102 123 15
9. HC Amiens Somme 22 6 2 14 87 119 14
10. Viry-Châtillon Essonne Hockey 22 4 4 14 92 109 12
11. Hockey Club de Caen 22 3 3 16 112 192 9
12. ASG Tours 22 6 1 15 103 140 8*
  • (* ASG Tours had five points deducted.)

Final roundEdit

Club GP W T L GF GA Pts
1. Sporting Hockey Club Saint Gervais 32 25 2 5 208 136 52
2. Club des Sports de Megève 32 20 5 7 196 133 45
3. Gap Hockey Club 32 20 4 8 211 154 44
4. Français Volants 32 20 2 10 196 149 42
5. Chamonix Hockey Club 32 15 2 15 174 187 32
6. CSG Grenoble 32 13 5 14 161 148 31

Relegation roundEdit

Club GP W T L GF GA Pts
7. Ours de Villard-de-Lans 32 10 5 17 158 179 25
8. Viry-Châtillon Essonne Hockey 32 10 5 17 152 162 25
9. HC Amiens Somme 32 11 2 19 137 169 24
10. Diables Rouges de Briançon 32 11 2 19 186 226 24
11. ASG Tours 32 10 4 18 176 208 19
12. Hockey Club de Caen 32 6 4 22 166 270 16

External linksEdit

  • Season on hockeyarchives.info
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