Anglet Hormadi Élite

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Anglet Hormadi Pays Basque
Anglet Hormadi Élite logo.png
CityAnglet, France
LeagueLigue Magnus
Home arenaPatinoire de la Barre
ColoursGreen, White, Red
Franchise history
1969-presentAnglet Hormadi Elite

Anglet Hormadi Pays Basque is an ice hockey team in Anglet, France. They play in the Ligue Magnus, the highest level of ice hockey in France.

Due to Anglet's location in the French Basque Country, they also participated in the Superliga Espanola de Hockey Hielo, the top level Spanish league in 2007-08 and 2008-09.


Anglet Hormadi Élite was founded in 1969 and first took part in the Ligue Magnus, the top level French league, in the 1996-97 season. During the 1994-95 NHL Lockout, Brian Propp joined Hormadi. In the 2000-01 season, the club lost in the final of the Ligue Magnus. Two years later Anglet made it to the final of the Coupe de France, but were defeated.

After Anglet Hormadi Élite was relegated from the Ligue Magnus after the 2006-07 season, they dropped all the way to FFHG Division 3, the lowest level of French ice hockey, due to lack of funds. In the 2007-08 season, they also joined the Superliga Espanola de Hockey Hielo, the highest level of Spanish ice hockey. In their first season in Spain, they finished as runner-up in the championship, and lost in the semifinal of the Copa del Rey.

They won the FFHG Division 3 in 2009 and the FFHG Division 2 in 2010, and participated in the FFHG Division 1 from 2010 to 2018. In 2018 Homadi Anglet gained promotion to the Ligue Magnus for the first time in 12 years, after they defeated Albatros de Brest in the FFHG Division 1 playoff finals.


Updated February 1, 2019.[1]

Number Player Catches Acquired Place of Birth
37 France Sebastian Ylönen L 2018 Rouen, France
20 Finland Miika Wiikman L 2018 Mariestad, Sweden
38 France Léo Bertein L 2017 Dunkirk, France
Number Player Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
2 Finland Riku Silvennoinen L 2017 Äänekoski, Finland
5 France Mathieu Pons L 2014 Grenoble, France
7 Finland Joona Kunnas L 2018 Vantaa, Finland
19 Czech Republic Aleš Sova L 2018 Brno, Czech Republic
21 Canada Dave Grenier L 2010 Grand-Mère, Canada
73 Canada Holden Anderson R 2018 Pincourt, Canada
22 France Andréa Palat L 2015 Bordeaux, France
26 France Théo Caubet L 2013 Bayonne, France
29 France Kevin Maso L 2015 Sallanches, France
71 Canada Dominic Jalbert L 2017 Hull, Canada
Number Player Shoots Position Acquired Place of Birth
8 France Clément Razat L RW 2018 Bayonne, France
10 France Nicolas Arrossamena R RW 2018 Saint-Pierre, Saint Pierre and Miquelon
11 France Thomas Decock (C) L C 2016 Tours, France
12 Canada Sébastien Gauthier (A) L RW/C 2017 Montreal, Canada
13 France Robin Lamboley L C/RW 2018 Peoria, United States
15 France Louis Vitou L LW 2015 Nice, France
16 France Florent Neyens (A) L C 2013 Aubagne, France
17 Canada Yanick Riendeau R RW/C 2017 Montreal, Canada
18 France Victor Ranger R RW/C 2017 Epinal, France
23 France Lionel Tarantino L LW 2018 Toulouse, France
24 Spain Mikel Mendizabal R LW 2014 San Sebastian, Spain
27 Canada Loïk Poudrier L C/LW 2016 Thetford Mines, Canada
41 Sweden Alexander Olsson L RW 2014 Falun, Sweden
48 Spain Alejandro Burgos L LW 2012 Madrid, Spain
56 United States Chase Phelps L LW 2018 Edina, United States
89 Canada Luc-Olivier Blain (A) C LW 2018 Longueuil, Canada


  • Ligue Magnus runner-up: 2001
  • FFHG Division 1 champion: 1997
  • FFHG Division 1 champion: 2017
  • FFHG Division 2 champion: 2010
  • FFHG Division 3 champion: 2009
  • Coupe de France runner-up: 2003
  • Spanish runner-up: 2008.

Notable players[edit]


  1. ^ "Anglet Hormadi Élite Roster". anglethormadipaysbasque.frm (in French). Retrieved February 1, 2019.

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