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Season 2018-2019

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Recent gamesseason 2018-2019
Sep. 09 18 | 15:15Rouen Dragons - Mountfield HK2-0
Oct. 10 18 | 20:00Rouen Dragons - Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers4-2
Oct. 16 18 | 19:30Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers - Rouen Dragons2-5
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GValentin Duquenne09.03.2001- cm- kgleft
GQuentin Papillon07.04.1997176 cm75 kgleft
GMatija Pintaric11.08.1989180 cm74 kgleft
GGaetan Richard09.04.1999182 cm71 kgN/A
DMathieu Brodeur21.06.1990198 cm93 kgleft
DEnzo Cantagallo19.10.1998177 cm71 kgN/A
DThomas Carminati04.12.1998- cm- kgN/A
DFlorian Chakiachvili18.03.1992184 cm76 kgleft
DKevin Dusseau27.07.1991187 cm98 kgleft
DChad Langlais01.08.1986173 cm77 kgN/A
DAtte Mäkinen17.05.1995190 cm90 kgright
DMathieu Mony20.10.1999180 cm70 kgleft
DArthur Nadaux08.10.1998174 cm66 kgleft
DMathieu Roy10.08.1983188 cm96 kgright
CAlex Aleardi30.07.1992178 cm79 kgright
FJoris Bedin04.02.1993173 cm71 kgleft
RWJoel Caron01.05.1996168 cm79 kgright
FFabien Colotti27.08.1996178 cm78 kgleft
LWNicolas Deschamps06.01.1990188 cm84 kgleft
FAnthony Guttig30.10.1988186 cm82 kgleft
FJuha Koivisto04.05.1984178 cm82 kgright
FLoïc Lamperier07.08.1989185 cm83 kgleft
LWMichel Miklik31.07.1982184 cm91 kgleft
FJulien Msumbu17.02.1997182 cm70 kgright
FVincent Nesa19.06.1996168 cm57 kgright
FJoran Reynaud08.05.1997178 cm72 kgleft
FNicolas Ritz26.02.1992183 cm85 kgleft
LWMarc-André Thinel24.03.1981183 cm81 kgleft

* no longer in the club

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Champion France: 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2008, 2010
Champion France D1: 1985
Coupe de France: 2002, 2004, 2005
Coupe de la ligue: 2008, 2010

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Grenoble win Coupe de France

In the traditional venue of Paris-Bercy, in front of 11.300 spectators, Grenoble Bruleurs de Loups win its 4th Coupe de France by beating 3-2 at overtime traditional rival Rouen Dragons, taking revenge after the defeat 4-2 of last season final.
Grenoble scored twice in first 5 minutes with Bostjan Golicic and Eric Chouinard. Rouen tied game - Marc Andrè Thinel and Chad Langlais the scorers - before the decisive goal in the overtime, again by Grenoble captain Chouinard.
Winner team goalie Lukas Horak was named final MVP

(19 Feb 2017)
 

Gap wins the last edition of Coupe de la Ligue

Current Magnus Ligue champion Gap wins the Coupe de la Ligue beating 4-2 Rouen Dragons in the final, played at Meribel arena in front of 2.500 spectators. It was the last edition of the trophy played since 2006 but cancelled per decision of French Federation. Rouen and Grenoble are the major winners with four titles, but Dragons also lost three finals, giving the team from Normandy the record of 7 appareances in the last act in 10 editions of the trophy. It was the first Cup for Ga that lost against same Rouen the Champions' game at the begin of current season.

(17 Feb 2016)
 

Rouen held the Cup

Rouen Dragons wins for the second consecutive year Coupe de France beating 4-2 (2-0,0-2,2-0) traditional rival Grenoble at Paris Bercy Arena in front of 10.020 spectators. It's the sixth national cup for Rouen. Forward Yorick Treille, one goal and one assist, was named game MVP

(03 Jan 2016)
 

Continental Cup Finals will be held in France

The Rouen Dragons will host this year's edition of the IIHF Continental Cup Super Final. Between the 8th and 10th of January the 13-time French champion will face off against Asiago Hockey (Italy), Herning Blue Fox (Denmark) and GKS Tychy (Poland). It is already the fourth time that the winner's plate will be awarded in Rouen.

(01 Dec 2015)
 

Movements of coaches in France

Ligue Magnus ended last week but teams are already building rosters for next season, beginning from the bench: after a brilliant playoffs campaign Dijon lost coach Jarmo Tolvanen, signed in Norway by Stjernen, and promote to headcoach former assistant Jonathan Paredes. Grenoble not renewed the contract with Canadian Richard Martell, replacing him with former Briançon coach Edo Terglav. Rouen named headcoach former goalie Fabrice Lhenry. Finally, Tom Hartogs (Morzine) and François Dusseau (Lyon) were confirmed for one season more

(08 Apr 2015)
 

Rouen won Coupe de France

Ninth final for Dragons Rouen and fifth victory of Coupe de France: by winning Amiens - played its first final - 5-3 in Marseille in front of 3500 spectators, Rouen won its first trophy in the season. Julien Desrosiers was awarded as MVP of the game

(27 Jan 2015)
 

Grenoble won Coupe de la Ligue

In front of 2500 spectators in Meribel, Grenoble won its fourth Coupe de la Ligue winning 3-2 against traditional rival Rouen, equalizing club from Normandy in Ligue Cup won.
"My players have made sacrifices, blocked shots and worked hard in the defensive zone. They deserved the win" said Canadian Grenoble coach Richard Martel

(31 Dec 2014)
 

Rouen and Grenoble reached Coupe de la Ligue final

Dragons Rouen and Grenoble Brûleurs de Loups qualified for Coupe de la Ligue final, held in Meribel next 30 Dicember. Since the creation of the competition in 2007, teams wil battle for the third time to win the trophy: in 2007 Grenoble won 2-1, in 2010 Rouen won 6-4.
In the semifinals Rouen lost first game 2-1 but crashed 6-0 Gap in 2nd leg, while Grenoble won 3-1 at Epinal and lost 4-5 in return match against Epinal advancing for goal difference

(02 Dec 2014)
 

Rouen wins Coupe de la Ligue

By winning 6-4 against underdog Chamonix in Meribel in front of 2500 spectators, the Rouen Dragons won 2013-14 French Coupe de la Ligue. It is the fourth cup for the club, and the second consecutive. Rouen forward Anthony Rech was named MVP of the final game.

(07 Jan 2014)
 

Coupe de la ligue first round completed

The coupe de la ligue first round is now completed. In groups A (Angers, Rouen) & C (Grenoble, Briançon), the top favorites emerged and advanced to the quarter finals. In groups B and D, it was a 3 team fight to get to the next level. The big surprise was finally in group B with qualifications of Epinal and Strasbourg while the top favorite Amiens is eliminated. In group C, Dijon ended up first while Chamonix and Morzine were tied for 2nd. Chamonix finally advance thanks to a better goal difference. The quarter final match-ups will be the following : Strasbourg - Angers ; Rouen - Épinal ; Briançon - Dijon ; Grenoble - Chamonix

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(16 Oct 2013)
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Rouen Dragons participates in season 2018-2019: Champions Hockey League, Ligue Magnus, U20 Elite (FRA)

 
 
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