Ligue Magnus awards

Ligue Magnus awards

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Despite a season without a champion, French League chose the stars of the year


Best French player (Albert Hassler Trophy): Damien Fleury (Grenoble)
Best goalkeeper (Jean Ferrand Trophy): Matija Pintaric (Rouen)
Most promising player (Jean-Pierre Graff Trophy): Quentin Papillon (Mulhouse)
Best Coach (Camil Gélinas Trophy): Yorick Treille (Mulhouse)
Top Scorer (Charles Ramsay Trophy): Alex Aleardi (Grenoble)
Most fair-play team (Marcel Claret Trophy): Amiens

For the third consecutive season, a striker from Grenoble finished as the top scorer of the league. After Alexandre Giroux and Guillaume Leclerc, Alex Aleardi won the trophy, with 63 points, including 26 goals in 40 games played. For the first time an American won this award.

Like the Charles Ramsay Trophy, the Albert Hassler Trophy - crowning the best French player - remains in the hands of a Grenoblois. Damien Fleury thus succeeds Guillaume Leclerc. It is the 13th time that a Grenoble player has been elected in this category, a record. Fleury had already obtained this award in 2010, again under the Grenoble colors.

Matija Pintaric keeps his trophy. Goalie of league's best defense (89 goals conceded), the Slovenian won the Jean Ferrand Trophy for the third time in his career, after 2017 and 2019. With 39 games played and more than 2,295 minutes of playing time, Pintaric is the goalkeeper who spent the most time on the ice. He stopped an average of 92.4% of shots, the second score behind Bordeaux Clément Fouquerel. He also recorded 5 shutouts, best performance shared with Florian Hardy (Angers)

Quentin Papillon, who posted the 5th average of Ligue Magnus saves with 91.4% and who made three shutouts, is the first Mulhouse player in history to be voted the best promising player. It is the first time since 2014 and Antoine Bonvalot that a goalkeeper has inherited this Jean-Pierre Graff Trophy. Before them, only Henri-Corentin Buysse had registered his name in the charts in 2008.

Another first for the Scorpions: the Camil Gélinas Trophy rewarding the best trainer is awarded to Yorick Treille. For his first full season on the bench as head coach, the 39-year-old former international hoisted his team to 5th place in the regular season. The Mulhousians collected 21 victories and 62 points in 40 games. In addition, they proved to be the best performers in shorthand situations (86.16%).

Finally, with 506 minutes of penalties conceded, Amiens won the Marcel Claret Trophy for the most fair play team for the third year in a row. The Gothics thus improve the record of distinction in this category (8).

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