"We want to take one game at the time, be consistent and perform against tough teams"
Edo Terglav, Head Coach of Grenoble Brûleurs de Loups
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 2013, 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 2020/21.
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 1974 with only under a handful of seasons outside France's top flight.
- Founded in 1963
- Have won seven French championships
- Youth club of NHL goalie Cristobal Huet
- Making 3rd appearance in CHL