Diables Rouges de Briançon

The Diables Rouges de Briançon ((in English): Briançon Red Devils) (Briançon Alpes Provence Hockey Club and before Hockey Club Briançon) is the ice hockey team of Briançon (Hautes-Alpes). Their home arena is the Patinoire René Froger.

  • Team colours: red & white
Diables Rouges de Briançon
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CityBriançon France
LeagueLigue Magnus
(1982-1992) (2002-Present)
Founded1934
Home arenaPatinoire René Froger
ColorsRed, White, Black
              
General managerViktor Szélig
Head coachPatric Wener
CaptainTomas Larsson
Websitehttps://www.diables-rouges.fr
Franchise history
1935-?Club des Sports d'Hiver du Briançonnais
?-1975Étoile Sportive Briançonnaise
1975-1990Hockey Club Briançonnais
1990-presentDiables Rouges de Briançon
Previous logo

Awards and trophiesEdit

HonoursEdit

Coupe Magnus: (1)
  • Winner: 2014.
  • Finalist: 1988, 2008, 2009.
Coupe de France: (2)
  • Winner: 2010, 2013.
  • Finalist: 2005, 2006.
Coupe de la Ligue: (1)
  • Winner: 2012.
  • Finalist: 2008, 2009, 2011.
Match des Champions: (1)
  • Winner: 2013.
  • Finalist: 2009, 2014.
Coupe des As: (1)
  • Winner: 1992.
  • Finalist: .
Division 1:(1)
  • Winner: 1997.
Division 2:(1)
  • Winner: 1994.
Division 3:(1)
  • Winner: 1993.

They won the Marcel Claret Trophy in 1982-83, 1983–84, 2009-10 et 2010-11.

HistoryEdit

The club is founded in 1934. The team made its comeback in the Ligue Magnus since the 2002/2003 season.

CoachesEdit

Name[1][2] Nationality Period
André Bermond   France Before 1970
Michel Tartarin   France 1970–1972
Roger Demment   United States 1972–1975
Jim King   Canada 1975–1977
Roger Demment   United States 1977–1981
André Lauzon   Canada 1985-1987
Nelson Tremblay   Canada 1987-1989
Jan Simun   Czechoslovakia 1989
Zdeněk Bláha [fr]   Czechoslovakia 1989–1990
Richard Sévigny   Canada 1990–1991
André Peloffy   Canada  France 1991–1992
Marc Peythieu   France 1994–1996
Michel Leblanc   Canada  France 1996–1997
Ari Salo [fr]   Finland 1997–1998
András Farkas   Hungary 1998–1999
Michel Leblanc   Canada  France 1999–2002
Juha Jokiharju [fr]   Finland 2002–2003
Philippe Combe [fr]   France 2003
Luciano Basile [fr]   Canada  Italy 2003–2014
Edo Terglav   Slovenia 2014-2015
Patric Wener [fr]   Sweden 2015-2016
Alexis Billard [fr]   France Since January 2016

PresidentsEdit

List:[1][2]

PlayersEdit

AwardsEdit

Year Name Nationality Trophy
1988 Georges Roul [fr]   Jean-Pierre Graff Trophy
1989 André Côté [fr]     Charles Ramsey Trophy
1988 Petri Ylönen     Jean Ferrand Trophy
1992 Peter Almasy [fr]     Raymond Dewas Trophy
1991 Corrado Micalef    Italy Jean Ferrand Trophy
2009 Tommi Satosaari   Jean Ferrand Trophy
2009 Jean-François Dufour [fr]   Charles Ramsey Trophy
2010 Ramón Sopko [fr]   Jean Ferrand Trophy
2011 Loïc Lampérier   Jean-Pierre Graff Trophy
2013 Marc-André Bernier [fr]   Trophy of the press : Foreign MVP[1]

CaptainsEdit

Name Nationality Period
Georges Bermond-Gonnet [fr]   1940 - ?
Maurice Roul   ?-1973
Gilles Gaillard   1973-1983
Yvon Peythieu   ?
Marc Peythieu   ?
Gilles Chevalier   ?
Dennis Murphy [fr]    ?
Georges Roul [fr]   1993–1998
Christophe Robert   ?
Éric Blais [fr]   2000–2005
Jean-François Jodoin [fr]     2005–2006
Edo Terglav   2006–2012
Marc-André Bernier [fr]   2012–2015
Tomas Larsson   2015-2016

NHL playersEdit

Name Nationality Games in NHL Period
Mark Rycroft   229 games 2004–2005
Corrado Micalef     116 games 1990–1991
Michel Galarneau     78 games 1991–1992
Jean-Marc Gaulin     27 games 1991–1992
Rémi Royer   18 games 2006–2007
François Groleau   8 games 2008–2010
Philippe DeRouville   3 games 2003–2004

Current RosterEdit

As of September 3, 2014

Goaltenders Defensemen Forwards

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Historique - Briançon". liguemagnus.com (in French). FFHG. Retrieved 2016-01-19.
  2. ^ a b "L'histoire du hockey à Briançon". diables-rouges.fr (in French). Retrieved 2016-01-19.

External linksEdit