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Lyon HC

  • Nickname: Les Lions
  • Year of foundation: 1997
  • Colours: white, blue, red
  • Club status: active
  • Address: SASP LHC Les Lions
    Patinoire Charlemagne
    100, cours Charlemagne
    69002 Lyon
  • Phone: +33 04 78 38 27 91
  • Fax: +33 04 78 38 27 91
  • Email: bureau@Lyon-Hockey-Club.com
  • WWW: Lyon HC
 

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Season 2018-2019

Club teams

This club in 2018-2019: Ligue Magnus

 
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GRok Stojanovic11.08.1990197 cm80 kgleft
DCédric Custosse10.11.1989172 cm76 kgleft
DVincent Llorca16.01.1992192 cm93 kgright
DThomas Roussel25.11.1985180 cm78 kgleft
FTomáš Andres12.04.1996178 cm75 kgright
FCédric Di Dio Balsamo27.03.1994177 cm65 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Eric Medeiros22.05.1977Assistant Coach
Mitja Sivic01.10.1979Head Coach

* no longer in the club

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Premiere for Lyon

Lyon HC won the Coupe de France by beating 2-0 Les Rapaces de Gap in front of 11.500 spectators at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris-Bercy. A deflection by Norbert Abramov at 34:37 and an empty goal by Canadian Dave Labrecque at 58:56 give Lyon the first trophy in its history. Latvian goalie Maris Jucers was named MVP of the final.

Lyon vainqueur de la Coupe de France 2018


Crédit : Xavier Lainé / FFHG

(28 Jan 2018)
 

Games cancelled in Lyon

The Magnus Ligue game between Lyon and Epinal was stopped after first period due a failure of refrigeration machinery. The club announced also the next game versus Strasbourg, scheduled for Sunday, was cancelled assuring ensuring they are doing everything they can to fix the failure as soon as possible

(30 Sep 2017)
 

Brest relegated, Lyon back in Magnus

Brest Albatros, finished 6th in last Magnus Ligue, announced club won't play in next season at elite level and will compete in Division 1 due to financial reasons. Relegated HC Lyon will be back in Magnus, as per decision of Federation, if club will fulfill financial requirements. Federation also announced Brest received a 10.000 euro fee and will not be allowed to compete in playoffs in 2016-17 season. Finally Division 2 champion Clermont-Ferrand was allowed to partecipate in Division 1.

(12 Jun 2016)
 

Nice admitted to Magnus Ligue

Following the merging between two teams competing in Magnus Ligue, Chamonix and Morzine-Avoriaz, the Franch Federation announced Division 1 champion HCA Nice was chosen to be the 12th club in the French top division. Nice lost 2-4 and 4-5 the promotion/relation series against Morzine. The admission is still contioned by the respect of sporting and economic criteria to be examined in a meeting between Nice board and Federation in next future. The best placed between relegated teams - HC Lyon - will take the place of Nice if Federation does not deem satisfactory the economic conditions. It's still to be decided which team, between the relegated Mont-Blanc and Toulouse or Division 2 champion Clermont-Ferrand, will replace Nice in Division 1

(27 May 2016)
 

Morzine remains in Magnus Ligue

By beating 5-4 in promotion\relegation series game #2 Division 1 champion HCA Nice, Morzine-Avoriaz will play in Ligue Magnus also next season, when the elite league of French hockey will be reduced from current 14 to 12 teams. Lyon and 2014 champion Briançon were relegated

(03 Apr 2016)
 

Miroslav Frycer is the new coach of Morzine; Dusseau at Neuilly

Czech Miroslav Frycer, 59, is the new coach of Ligue Magnus club Morzine Avoriaz replacing fired Tommie Hartogs. Frycer closed last season his two-years experience at Sanok with one national title and a fourth place and two Polish Cup finals, both lost. Morzine will play in play-outs to avoid relegation.

François Dusseau, fired by Lyon on January 13, finds a new job as assistant coach of Frank Spinozzi at Neuilly sur Marne, in French 2nd division

(02 Feb 2016)
 

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)
 

Caen relegated

After five seasons in Ligue Magnus, Caen was relegated in 1 Division after being sweeped 4-0 by Lyon in playouts series. Caen lost 5-7 at home game #4 of the serie

(01 Mar 2015)
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