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Bordeaux GHC

  • Short name: Bordeaux
  • Name in original language: Bordeaux Gironde Hockey sur Glace
  • Nickname: Les Boxers
  • Year of foundation: 1986
  • Colours: red, black
  • Club status: active
  • Address: 95 Cours du Maréchal Juin
    33000 Bordeaux
  • Phone: +33 06 63 63 73 22
  • Fax: +33 05 56 75 95 24
  • Email: ptiboxer@free.fr
  • WWW: Bordeaux GHC

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Season 1999-2000

Club teams

This club in 1999-2000: Division 3 (FRA)

Current rosterseason 1999-2000
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GGérald Thomas09.09.1974175 cm73 kgN/A
DGuillaume Arnould19.03.1979183 cm82 kgN/A
DBrice Bombal27.02.1977171 cm77 kgN/A
DEmmanuel Dumas17.05.1976177 cm80 kgN/A
DMathieu Duollé23.03.1976175 cm74 kgN/A
DMartial Esnal12.07.1974168 cm63 kgN/A
DJulien Hortholary02.06.1980186 cm83 kgN/A
DClément Piedrafita12.05.1980185 cm78 kgN/A
DMario Poularas01.03.1974190 cm95 kgN/A
FPascal Brunet28.09.1978177 cm72 kgN/A
FJill Cauly09.11.1980168 cm64 kgright
FRaphaël Chiron12.05.1974182 cm86 kgN/A
FGuy Dupuis04.09.1957175 cm75 kgleft
FYannick Goicoechea02.04.1965180 cm78 kgN/A
FFabien Gumucio23.01.1979186 cm80 kgleft
FGuillaume Herraiz03.02.1975175 cm75 kgN/A
FStéphane Labayle11.07.1980192 cm90 kgN/A
FEtienne Lamandé29.10.1981185 cm74 kgN/A
FJean-Baptiste Lamandé03.08.1977187 cm75 kgN/A
FStéphan Tartari11.02.1973183 cm73 kgN/A

* no longer in the club

Patinoire de Mériadeck Bordeaux

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  • from 1986 to 1992: Girondins de Bordeaux
  • from 1992 to 1995: Aquitains de Bordeaux
  • from 1995 to 1999: Dogues de Bordeaux
  • from 1999 to present: Bordeaux GHC
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Surprises in Coupe de France

The second round of Coupe de France, played between October 23 and 24, left two big surprises: the two major winners of the competition, Rouen Dragons and Grenoble Brûleurs de Loups, were both eliminated: current title holder Lyon HC knocked out Ligue Magnus leader Grenoble by winning 2-1, while Rouen lost 6-3 with 2nd Division team HG Dunkerque. All the others Ligue Magnus teams advanced to third round, except Bordeaux, eliminated by Anglet

(25 Oct 2018)

Reigning champion Gap eliminated

The current Ligue Magnus champion Gap Rapaces was knocked out in the first round of playoffs by Boxers Bordeaux in just 4 games, losing 4-3 game #4. Gap finished third in the regular season and faced 6th seed Bordeaux, being eliminated at quarterfinals after two titles and a semifinals in the last 3 years.
Rouen leading 3-1 against Angers while it's 2-2 in the series between Mulhouse and Grenoble and Amiens and Lyon.

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(01 Mar 2018)

Philippe Bozon will coach Bordeaux

Boxers de Bordeaux announce Philippe Bozon will be the head-coach of the team from next season. Former national team player, Bozon coached Lugano and Sierre in Switzerland, France U20 and Epinal in France. With Epinal he reached Magnus Ligue finals last season, lost by Gap

(20 Mar 2016)

Bordeaux promoted to Ligue Magnus

A goal at overtime by Thomas Decock gives Bordeaux the victory 4-3 in game #4 of the finals against Anglet, the title of French Division 1, the second level of French hockey, and th promotion to Ligue Magnus. Game #4 was re-played after the stoppage of the match, originally played on first of April, due to a problem with the ice of Anglet arena.

During the summer Bordeaux, after the defeat in the finals of the past season, adopted a professional structure and began the league as the favourite.

In Ligue Magnus, Bordeaux replaces relegated Caen

(03 Apr 2015)

Martin Lacroix new coach at Bordeaux

Boredeaux Boxers announces the appointment of Canadian Martin Lacroix as new headcoach. Lacroix worked in last two seasons at Cergy.

(16 Apr 2013)
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Fast factsseason 1999-2000

Bordeaux GHC participates in season 1999-2000: Division 3 (FRA)


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