Diables Rouges de Briançon

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Diables Rouges de Briançon
Diables Rouges de Briançon logo.png
City Briançon France
League Ligue Magnus
(1982-1992) (2002-Present)
Founded 1934
Home arena Patinoire René Froger
Colors Red, White, Black
              
General manager Viktor Szélig
Head coach Patric Wener
Captain Tomas Larsson
Website les-diables-rouges.com
Franchise history
1935-? Club des Sports d'Hiver du Briançonnais
?-1975 Étoile Sportive Briançonnaise
1975-1990 Hockey Club Briançonnais
1990-present Diables Rouges de Briançon
Previous logo

The Diables Rouges de Briançon ((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

Awards and trophies[edit]

Honours[edit]

Ligue 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:
  • Winner: 1997.
Division 2:
  • Winner: 1994.
Division 3:
  • Winner: 1993.

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

History[edit]

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

Coaches[edit]

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 1977–1985
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

Presidents[edit]

List:[1][2]

Players[edit]

Awards[edit]

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

Captains[edit]

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

NHL players[edit]

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

Current Roster[edit]

As of September 3, 2014

Goaltenders Defensemen Forwards

References[edit]

  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. 

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