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  • Year of foundation: 1908
  • Colours: blue, white, red
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Federation Française de Hockey sur Glace
    36 bis, rue Roger Salengro
    92 130 Issy Les Moulineaux
  • Phone: +33 1 41 33 0340
  • Fax: +33 1 41 33 0344
  • Email: e.ropert@ffhg.eu
  • WWW: http://www.hockeyfrance.com/

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Season 2018-2019

Club teams
Recent gamesseason 2018-2019
Apr. 26 19 | 20:15Switzerland - France6-0
Apr. 27 19 | 18:00Switzerland - France3-4 OT
May. 03 19 | 19:30France - Italy6-2
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GHenri-Corentin Buysse18.03.1988185 cm88 kgleft
GClément Fouquerel04.08.1990180 cm78 kgleft
GFlorian Hardy08.02.1985186 cm83 kgleft
GRonan Quemener13.02.1988184 cm76 kgleft
GSebastian Ylönen03.07.1991186 cm83 kgleft
DAziz Baazzi26.06.1992175 cm77 kgleft
DSimon Barbero27.04.1993181 cm85 kgright
DFabien Bourgeois06.04.1995170 cm69 kgright
DFlorian Chakiachvili18.03.1992184 cm76 kgleft
DPierre Crinon02.08.1995193 cm89 kgleft
DOlivier Dame-Malka30.05.1990179 cm87 kgleft
DAurelien Dorey09.08.1994192 cm83 kgleft
DKevin Dusseau27.07.1991187 cm98 kgleft
DHugo Gallet20.06.1997192 cm94 kgleft
DKévin Hecquefeuille20.11.1984184 cm86 kgright
DJonathan Janil24.09.1987188 cm85 kgright
DVincent Llorca16.01.1992192 cm93 kgright
DAntonin Manavian26.04.1987191 cm102 kgright
DMaxime Moisand11.06.1990177 cm78 kgright
DAxel Prissaint06.05.1998185 cm82 kgleft
DThomas Thiry09.09.1997191 cm98 kgright
FVictor Barbero26.06.1991175 cm82 kgright
FJoris Bedin04.02.1993173 cm71 kgleft
FEliot Berthon27.04.1992171 cm83 kgleft
LWCharles Bertrand05.02.1991184 cm91 kgright
FMaurin Bouvet28.05.1995180 cm70 kgleft
FTim Bozon24.03.1994186 cm93 kgleft
FKevin Bozon30.12.1995183 cm79 kgleft
FValentin Claireaux25.04.1991181 cm87 kgright
FFabien Colotti27.08.1996178 cm78 kgleft
FJulien Correia14.01.1988173 cm78 kgleft
FStéphane Da Costa11.07.1989180 cm82 kgright
CTeddy Da Costa17.02.1986180 cm85 kgright
FCédric Di Dio Balsamo27.03.1994177 cm65 kgleft
FFloran Douay07.02.1995190 cm88 kgleft
FLoic Farnier28.04.1996- cm- kgN/A
FDamien Fleury01.02.1986179 cm81 kgright
FRobin Gaborit10.01.1991181 cm80 kgright
FJulien Guillaume30.04.1996182 cm68 kgright
FAnthony Guttig30.10.1988186 cm82 kgleft
FVincent Kara17.10.1989183 cm83 kgright
FFabien Kazarine21.07.1995178 cm71 kgleft
FLoïc Lamperier07.08.1989185 cm83 kgleft
FGuillaume Leclerc20.02.1996173 cm82 kgleft
FBastien Maia18.04.1997188 cm80 kgright
FRudy Matima08.03.1997185 cm84 kgleft
FAlexandre Mulle11.05.1989180 cm77 kgleft
FVincent Nesa19.06.1996168 cm57 kgright
FJordann Perret15.10.1994178 cm79 kgleft
FDamien Raux03.11.1984179 cm84 kgleft
LWAnthony Rech09.07.1992180 cm88 kgleft
FNicolas Ritz26.02.1992183 cm85 kgleft
FSébastien Rohat18.02.1985175 cm73 kgleft
FMatthias Terrier05.08.1991179 cm79 kgleft
FSacha Treille06.11.1987196 cm99 kgleft
FPeter Valier27.07.1992180 cm76 kgright
FGabin Ville25.09.1997184 cm80 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Philippe Bozon30.11.1966Head Coach
Yorick Treille15.07.1980Assistant Coach
Renaud Jacquin16.2.1973Head Coach
René Matte08.06.1972Assistant Coach

* no longer in the club

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France beat Italy

In Cergy-Pontoise tonight France beat Italy 6-2. Guillaume Leclerc, Jonathan Janil, Sacha Treille, Damien Fleury, Jordann Perret and Tim Bozon scored for France. Anthony Bardaro and Giovanni Morini for Italy.

(03 May 2019)

Nico Hischier scores three

In his first game ever for the Swiss men's team Nico Hischier scored a hat-trick in the third period. Switzerland won the game against France 6-0.

(26 Apr 2019)

Hungary and Denmark up, Sweden and France down

Hungary and Denmark finished first and second of the World Women's Championship Division IA to promote to the top division. Sweden and France are relegated from the highest level of international women's hockey.

(14 Apr 2019)

French girls promoted

France won the U18 Womens World Championship Division 1 Group B one point ahead of Norway to win promotion to Division 1A. Netherlands are relegated after five losses.

Poland's Wiktoria Sikorska won the scoring title with 10 points.

(13 Jan 2019)

Swiss women win in Albertville

This week Switzerland won the 3-nations tournament with France and South Korea in Albertville.

Results: South Korea - France 1-2, Switzerland - France 2-1 OT, Switzerland - South Korea 2-1 OT, France - South Korea 5-4 OT, France - Switzerland 0-4 and South Korea - Switzerland 2-5.

(20 Aug 2017)

World Championship preparation

The World Championship in Russia starts in three days. Four pre-tournament games were played today. Canada beat Czech Republic 3-0 and Kazakhstan beat France 6-3. Finland-USA (3-2) and Switzerland - Germany (4-3) were both decided in overtime.

(03 May 2016)

Switzerland vs France

The Swiss women played the French in two games in St.Gervais and won both. Today 5-2 and yesterday 2-1.

(09 Aug 2015)

France up, Japan down

The French Under-18 girls are promoted to the 2016 World Women's U18 Championship after they won Division 1 undefeated this week.

Japan is relegated from the Elite Division after losing two relegation games against Switzerland.

(11 Jan 2015)

World Championship quarter-finals

The quarter-final match-ups of the World Championship in Minsk is now decided after the group stage has ended. USA will play Czech Republic in the first game. Then follow Russia-France, Canada-Finland and Sweden-Belarus. All four will be played on Thursday.

(20 May 2014)

Russia beats France

While the Russian national team is playing the Channel One Cup, the Russian B team is visiting France for two games. The first game was played tonight in Marseille and Russia won it 2-1 on goals by Vasily Tokranov and Maxim Karpov.

(19 Dec 2013)
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Fast factsseason 2018-2019

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