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Season 2020-2021

Club teams

This club in 2020-2021: National League | U20-Elit (SUI)

 
Recent gamesseason 2020-2021
Oct. 02 20 | 19:45ZSC Lions - HC Fribourg-Gottéron5-2
Oct. 09 20 | 19:45EHC Biel - HC Fribourg-Gottéron4-5
Oct. 10 20 | 19:45HC Fribourg-Gottéron - HC Lugano4-2
Oct. 27 20 | 19:45SC Langnau Tigers - HC Fribourg-Gottéron-
Oct. 31 20 | 19:45SC Bern - HC Fribourg-Gottéron-
Current rosterseason 2020-2021
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
20GReto Berra03.01.1987194 cm86 kgleft
35GConnor Hughes10.09.1996193 cm102 kgleft
2DMarc Abplanalp07.11.1984180 cm88 kgleft
26DDavid Aebischer26.09.2000178 cm84 kgright
3DBenjamin Chavaillaz03.03.1989188 cm82 kgleft
5DPhilippe Furrer16.06.1985187 cm90 kgleft
18DRyan Gunderson16.08.1985177 cm77 kgleft
7DBenoît Jecker12.06.1994186 cm80 kgleft
29DJérémie Kamerzin17.02.1988188 cm84 kgright
22DDave Sutter21.02.1992194 cm92 kgright
74CJordann Bougro02.04.1998174 cm79 kgright
34FDaniel Brodin09.02.1990186 cm86 kgright
89CAndrei Bykov10.02.1988173 cm70 kgleft
51CDavid Desharnais14.09.1986170 cm80 kgleft
88CChris DiDomenico20.02.1989180 cm83 kgright
42FNicolas Hasler25.05.2001170 cm67 kgleft
27FYannick Herren07.02.1991182 cm90 kgleft
72FGaétan Jobin21.06.2001183 cm81 kgleft
RWMauro Jörg29.04.1990183 cm92 kgleft
97FNathan Marchon17.02.1997176 cm75 kgleft
71FKillian Mottet15.01.1991175 cm74 kgleft
46FMatthias Rossi09.01.1991185 cm101 kgright
73RWSandro Schmid03.06.2000179 cm77 kgleft
86RWJulien Sprunger (C)04.01.1986194 cm90 kgright
25LWViktor Stålberg17.01.1986191 cm95 kgleft
23CSamuel Walser05.06.1992190 cm92 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
David Aebischer07.02.1978Goalie coach
Pavel Rosa07.06.1977Assistant Coach
Christian Dubé25.04.1977Head Coach

* no longer in the club

BCF Arena

BCF Arena logo
  • Adress: Patinoire St-Léonard
    chemin St-Léonard 5
    CH-1700 Fribourg
  • Phone: +41 26 351 75 48
  • Capacity: 6700
  • Opened in: 1983
 

Retired numbers:
4 Christian Hofstetter
10 Mario Rottaris
19 Philippe Marquis
85 Gil Montandon
90 Vyacheslav Bykov
91 Andrei Khomutov

Notable players:
 

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Fribourg will have a new arena in 2017

In agreement with the city, HC Fribourg-Gotteron discarded the project of a renovation of Saint-Léonard Arena and have decided in favor of building a new facility.

From several years the arena requires renovation. Built in 1982, it has no longer sufficient safety standards and does not offer enough seats (6800 seats/standing)

According to studies, the construction of a new venue will cost 10-20% more than a renovation. That is why club and the city have decided to build a new arena.

Currently, two projects are being developed. The club hopes to move into its new home for the season 2017/2018.

(21 Jan 2014)
 

Cory Schneider at Spengler with Fribourg

Vancouver Canucks goalie Cory Schneider, currently at Ambri-Piotta with a lock-out contract, will play Spengler Cup with Fribourg Gotteron.
SC Bern confirmed club won't loan Roman Josi to Davos for the tournament

(18 Dec 2012)
 

Another sign at Gotteron for Spengler Cup

After forwards Patric Hörnqvist and Maxime Talbot, Fribourg Gotteron announces the sign of Philadelphia Flyers´ 28-years-old Canadian defender Bruno Gervais for the next Spengler Cup. Gervais currently playing with a lock out contract for Heilbronner Falken, in German Bundesliga

(13 Dec 2012)
 

Maxime Talbot will play Spengler with Gotteron

Philadelphia Flyers forward Maxime Talbot, currently at Ilves Tampere with a lock-out contract, will play Spengler Cup with Swiss Fribourg Gotteron

(11 Dec 2012)
 

Ordinary procedure against Andrei Bykov

The Judge of the elite sports' Disciplinary Court, Reto Steinmann, opened an ordinary procedure against Fribourg-Gotteron forward Andrei Bykov following a breach of Rule 540 IIHF b (charge against the head and neck) suffered by SC Bern Plüss Martin at the 19th minute of last Saturday's game.

(17 Sep 2012)
 

Spengler Cup program unveiled

The program of the 2012 edition of the Spengler Cup, which takes place from December 26 to 31 in Davos, was releaved. Like in last edition, the six teams were divided into two groups, named Torriani and Cattini.

Invited as special guest for its 75th anniversary, HC Fribourg-Gotteron will have the honor of playing the opening match against Russian Salavat Yulaev Ufa on December 26 afternoon. At night Team Canada and Adler Mannheim will open the Cattini group.
Czech HC Vitkovice Steel completes the group Torriani while host HC Davos is the third team of Cattini Group. Here the complete fixture

(25 Aug 2012)
 

Spengler Cup participants named

Today the Spengler Cup officials released the names of the participants for this year's Spengler Cup. Favourite for the tournament win is Salavat Yulayev Ufa (KHL). The other participants are Adler Mannheim (DEL), host HC Davos and Fribourg-Gottéron (both NLA), HC Vítkovice (Czech Extraliga) and a team consisting of Canadian players.

(03 Jul 2012)
 

European Trophy schedules

European Trophy announced today the schedule for the 2012/13 season. Find the complete fixture list here.

(12 Apr 2012)
 

Fribourg gets past Lugano

Fribourg beat Lugano 5-4 (OT) in the sixth game to win the NLA quarter final series 4-2. Benny Plüss scored the winning goal at 66:52.

Fribourg will play SC Bern in the semis. In the other semi final series EV Zug will face ZSC Lions.

(14 Mar 2012)
 

2012 European Trophy with 32 teams

The next European Trophy will pass from current 24 teams to a new formula with 32 participants. New teams to get in are Swiss CP Bern, HC Fribourg-Gottéron, le EV Zug and ZSC Lions, German ERC Ingolstadt and Hamburg Freezers, Swedeish Brynäs IF and Finnish JYP Jyväskylä.

(20 Dec 2011)
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HC Fribourg-Gottéron participates in season 2020-2021: National League, U20-Elit (SUI)

 
 
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