Les Brûleurs de Loups de Grenoble first took part in the CHL in the 2015/16 season, ending the Group Stage with one win from four games. That win came over the now-defunct Espoo Blues in the final game of the group and Sébastien Bisaillon, who scored the game-winner, is still on the Grenoble team.
Grenoble returned to the CHL in 2019/20 following their first Coupe Magnus since 2009, thanks to Damien Fleury's winning goal in Game 7 of the finals against the Rouen Dragons. In a very tough group, Grenoble did well to win a game and it was on the road in Skelleftea, 2-1 thanks to a huge 35-save effort from goaltender Lukáš Horák. The team again came last in their group but hope for better things in the 2022/23 CHL season.
The Patinoire Pôle Sud is the team's home, with room for just under 3,500 spectators since its opening in 2001; while the team itself can trace its history back to 1963 with only under a handful of seasons outside France's top flight.
- Founded in 1963
- Have won eight French championships
- Youth club of NHL goalie Cristobal Huet