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Briançon Alpes Provence HC

 
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Season 2023-2024

Club teams

This club in 2023-2024: Ligue Magnus | Coupe de France

 
Recent gamesseason 2023-2024
Mar. 19 24Pionniers Chamonix - Briançon Alpes Provence HC1-5
Mar. 22 24Gap Rapaces - Briançon Alpes Provence HC5-3
Mar. 29 24Briançon Alpes Provence HC - Anglet Hormadi6-3
Current rosterseason 2023-2024
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GJan Brož09.04.1997180 cm81 kgleft
GLucas Faure-Brac25.11.2003165 cm56 kgleft
GElliot Leveque19.11.2003178 cm65 kgleft
DJesper Åkerman02.10.1995180 cm80 kgleft
DCellian Aymard05.11.2004177 cm60 kgright
DTaylor Brierley31.07.1996178 cm73 kgleft
DAurélien Chausserie-Laprée08.12.1999175 cm85 kgleft
DHugo Deberge10.02.2003181 cm84 kgleft
DNathan Faure-Brac16.05.2003180 cm73 kgleft
DMilán Horváth02.02.2001186 cm88 kgleft
DJani Kluuskeri25.05.1998174 cm83 kgright
DArnaud Lazzaroni19.05.1992188 cm74 kgleft
LWBenjamin Berard24.03.1999178 cm80 kgleft
CLucas Bonnardel27.04.1997189 cm87 kgleft
CNils Carnbäck27.09.1997185 cm80 kgleft
LWRobin Colomban18.11.1997189 cm89 kgleft
RWBastien Colomban27.02.2002189 cm85 kgleft
RWQuentin Fauchon28.05.1993185 cm85 kgright
RWJules Gallet04.07.2000187 cm85 kgright
FAlexis Hermant24.09.2001179 cm69 kgleft
CBalint Horvath04.04.1999185 cm81 kgleft
RWEetu Mäki09.02.2000176 cm76 kgright
LWThomas Raby16.08.2001180 cm81 kgleft
LWSean Richards15.12.1998180 cm84 kgleft
CDimitri Thillet (C)29.07.1993186 cm88 kgleft
FGaëtan Villiot04.09.1999170 cm76 kgleft
LWValère Vrielynck21.12.1987180 cm92 kgleft
CĒriks Žohovs26.11.1997188 cm80 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Csaba Székely02.05.1990Assistant Coach
Márton Vas02.03.1980Head Coach

* no longer in the club

Patinoire René Froger Briançon

Patinoire René Froger Briançon logo
 
  • from 1935 to 1975: Étoile Sportive Briançonnaise (ESB)
  • from 1975 to 1990: Hockey Club Briançonnais (HCB)
  • from 1990 to present: Briançon Alpes Provence HC

Coupe de France 2010
Coupe des As 1992
Champion France D1 1997
Vice Champion France 2008
Finalist coupe de France 2005,2006
Finalist coupe de la Ligue 2005, 2006, 2008

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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)
 

Angers won Jacques Lacarrière trophy

after losing the playoffs finals last season, Angers took its revenge on Briançon winning the Match of Champions (Jacques Lacarrière Trophy), the trophy which opens the season in France between the Ligue Magnus champion and the winner of Cup of France. Angers won 4-1 (1-0, 0-0,3-1) at home in front of 1100 spectators. Goals were scored by Yannick Tifu,Tim Crowder, Guillaume Lefebvre and Brian Henderson for Angers and Marc-Andre Bernier for Briançon.
Angers goalie Alexis Neau was named MVP.

(29 Aug 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)
 

Briançon open French season winning Champions Trophy

Briançon won first seasonal trophy in France, winning 4-2 against Rouen at Rinkla Stadium in Brest and grabbing Champions Trophy, the prize awarded in the game opposing national champion and Coupe de France winner

Dragons Rouen - Briançon Diables Rouges 2-4 (0-1,2-1,0-2)
0-1 Florian Chakiachvili (Damien Raux) 07:02
1-1 Marc-Andre Thinel (Miroslav Guren)PP 24:54
1-2 Denny Kearney (Pierre-Antoine Devin, Marc-Andre Bernier)PP 25:59
2-2 Juraj Stefanka (Lauri Lahesalu, Jonathan Janil)PP 33:38
2-3 Florian Chakiachvili (Pierre-Antoine Devin)PP 53:59
2-4 Marc-Andre Bernier EN 59:14
PIM: 30-12 SOG: 31-29

(08 Sep 2013)
 

Briançon wins Coupe de France

In a great atmosphere as usual at Paris Bercy, in front of 13.000 spectators, Briançon wins its second Coupe de France beating 2-1 Angers with two power play goals by Marc Andrè Bernier at 14:43 and Toby Lafrance at 23:13. Brian Henderson scored the only Angers goal at 26:49. Briançon goalie Ronan Quemener was elected MVP of the game.

(18 Feb 2013)
 

French League Cup semifinals determined

Rouen, Grenoble, Angers and holders Briançon are the French Coupe de la Ligue Semifinalists. SemifinalsRouen - Grenoble and Briançon - Angers are scheduled for 27 November and 04 December. Follow Coupe de la Ligue with complete boxscores here

(15 Nov 2012)
 

Leagues awards in France

Amazing Dijon Les Ducs campaign (2nd places in regular season behind Rouen and victory on Coupe de France) reflectes on Sport newspaper "L'Equipe" votation for season's MVP: Dijon captain Canadian Martin Gascon,30, and his teammate Anthony Guttig,23, were elected respectively Best Foreign and Best French Player in annual votation among sport medias.  Gascon finishes regular season as League Top Scorer. Briançon 21 years-old Spanish goalie Ander Alcaine was elected rookie of the year. Alcaine, arrived in Briançon Diables Rouges from FC Barcelona, preceded Dijon's Nicolas Ritz and Rouen's Anthony Rech

(27 Feb 2012)
 

Briançon won French League Cup

In a sold out Meribel arena, Briançon won French Coupe de la Ligue beating 4-1 Morzine Avoriaz. For the first time since start of competition in 2006-07 there is a champion different from Rouen (two title) or Grenoble (three title)

Briançon - Morzine-Avoriaz 4:1 (1:1, 1:0, 2:0)
1:0 - 00.32 Jean François Caudron (Vanoosten, Castonguay)
1:1 - 18.26 Marko Makinen (Smyth, Shields) PP2
2:1 - 37.30 Braden Walls (Vanoosten, Castonguay) PP1
3:1 - 50.57 Edo Terglav (Bernier, Perez)
4:1 - 58.09 Steven Vanoosten (Bernier) PP1 EN
PIM: 8x2 - 7x2 Att: 2500 (sold out)

(29 Dec 2011)
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Briançon Alpes Provence HC participates in season 2023-2024: Ligue Magnus, Coupe de France

 
 
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