Yétis du Mont-Blanc
Hockey Club Mont-Blanc
|Based in||Saint-Gervais and Megève|
|Arena||Patinoire de Saint-Gervais Patinoire de Megève
(capacity: 1800 & 2900)
|League||Division 1 (2011-present)|
|Head coach||Christophe Lepers|
St. Gervais-Megève Hockey Club (also known as Yétis du Mont-Blanc) is a French ice hockey club that plays in Division 1, France's second-highest ice hockey league. They formed as a merger of clubs Megève and Saint-Gervais.
The team was founded in 1986 and plays home games at the arenas of Saint-Gervais and Megève.
They won two French championships in 1987 and 1988, the first two seasons after the merger. Additionally, Megève was champion in 1984 and Saint-Gervais in 1969, 1974, 1975, 1983, 1985, and 1986.
Former nickname : Avalanche Mont-Blanc.
- Matt Amado
- Brandon Card
- Jean-Philippe Carey
- Alexandre Gagnon
- Jonathan Provencher
- Ales Cerny
- Mathias Arnaud
- Numa Besson
- Henri-Corentin Buysse
- Sébastien Borini
- Arthur Cocar
- Christopher Lepers
- Clément Masson
- Alexandre Vincent
- Edgars Adamovičs
- Garip Saliji
- Official website (French)
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