Gothiques d'Amiens

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Hockey Club Amiens Somme is a French ice hockey team based in Amiens playing in the Ligue Magnus. The team is also known as "Gothiques d'Amiens" (Amiens Gothics).

Gothiques d'Amiens
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CityAmiens, France
LeagueLigue Magnus
Home arenaColiséum
(capacity: 3400)
Owner(s)Patrick Letellier
Head coachMario Richer
CaptainJonathan Narbonne
WebsiteLes Gothiques
Franchise history
Hockey Club Amiens Somme
  • Amiens Sporting Club (1967-90)

The team was founded in 1967 and plays home games at the Coliséum. They have twice been Magnus Cup champions, and have played in the top league since 1982.

Currently the club president is Patrick Letellier, and the head coach is Mario Richer.


Updated February 1, 2019.[1]

Number Player Catches Acquired Place of Birth
46   Lucas Savoye L 2017 Gap, France
35   Henri-Corentin Buysse L 2017 Amiens, France
Number Player Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
15   Jonathan Narbonne (C) R 2016 Laval, Canada
7   Romain Bault (A) L 2005 Amiens, France
61   Ondrej Smach L 2017 Hodonín, Czech Republic
88   Léo Guillemain L 2017 Rouen, France
57   Axel Prissaint L 2012 Amiens, France
73   Holden Anderson R 2018 Pincourt, Canada
5   Théo Kalisa L 2013 Amiens, France
4   Yohan Coulaud L 2015 Gap, France
11   Louis Bélisle L 2018 L'Ancienne-Lorette, Canada
Number Player Shoots Position Acquired Place of Birth
19   Mario Valery-Trabucco R RW/C 2017 Caracas, Venezuela
17   Jérémie Romand L LW 2017 Sallanches, France
68   Joey West (A) L C 2018 Orleans, Canada
71   Philippe Halley L C 2015 Quebec, Canada
12   Rudy Matima L LW/RW 2011 Ivry-sur-Seine, France
93   Félix Plouffe L C/LW 2018 Lac-des-Iles, Canada
65   Kévin Da Costa (A) R C 2017 Cherbourg, France
13   Tommy Giroux R C 2017 Quebec, Canada
72   Pierre-Maxime Poudrier L C/LW 2018 Thetford Mines, Canada
90   Spencer Edwards R RW 2018 Coquitlam, Canada
21   Thomas Suire R LW 2015 Évian-les-Bains, France
6   Baptiste Bruche R RW 2014 Amiens, France
14   Louis Olive L C/LW 2013 Compiègne, France
23   Antonin Plagnat R LW/C 2016 Morzine, France
18   Bastien Maïa R RW/LW 2018 Rouen, France

Awards and trophiesEdit

Ligue Magnus
Champion 1999, 2004.
Charles Ramsay Trophy
Juha Jokiharju in 200, François Rozenthal in 2004, Danick Bouchard in 2014
Albert Hassler Trophy
Pierre Pousse in 1993, Maurice Rozenthal in 1999, Laurent Gras in 2003, Kevin Hecquefeuille in 2011
Jean Ferrand Trophy
Frédéric Mallétroit in 1985 and 1986, Antoine Mindjimba in 1995, Billy Thompson in 2011
Jean-Pierre Graff Trophy
François Dusseau in 1987, Laurent Gras in 1997, Kevin Hecquefeuille in 2003, Henri-Corentin Buysse in 2008, Fabien Kazarine in 2015
Camil Gélinas Trophy
Antoine Richer in 2004
Marcel Claret Trophy
Winners in 1991, 1996, 1997, 2000, and 2002
Raymond Dewas Trophy
Vladimir Loubkine in 1989, Patrick Foliot in 1990 and 1991

Notable coachesEdit

Notable playersEdit

Retired numbersEdit

Denis Perez also had his 64 retired, but the honor was rescinded after he sued the club over his release.[2][3]



  1. ^ "Gothiques d'Amiens Roster". (in French). Retrieved February 1, 2019.
  2. ^ Deserable, François (June 2010). "Le Hockey-sur-glace à Amiens" (PDF).
  3. ^ "Anthony Mortas". Elite Prospects. Retrieved 2017-02-27.

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