Off-season transfers: the point for the week of April 27 to May 3 | Ice Hockey – France – Ice Hockey


29 departures, 23 arrivals and 33 extensions. Here is how this new week of transfers has been punctuated.

For the Magnus League:

The Gothics of Amiens have announced the arrival of a fourth player from the UQTR club: Mathieu Boucher. Already known to the Amiens public, Thomas Suire and Rayan Belharfi are returning to the Coliseum for next season, respectively from Cergy-Pontoise and Dunkirk. Mathieu Mony arrives from Nice.

In Anglet, Matyas Zelingr leaves the club. Samuel Rousseau joins the Hormadi. Nicolas Arrossamena and Hugo Baron will still be there next year.

The Dukes of Angers have announced the extensions of Robin Gaborit and Philippe Halley.

On the Bordeaux side, Alexey Polodyan arrives from Anglet. Axel Prissaint continues the Bordeaux adventure, as does Kévin Spinozzi. Karri Forsblom is leaving the club, having joined it last summer.

Hugo Turcotte and Jakub Sedlak will no longer continue the adventure under the colors of the Diables Rouges de Briançon next season. This will however be the case for Valère Vrielynck and Thomas Raby.

The Chamonix pioneers have announced the arrival of Jordan Mugnier, from Morzine-Avoriaz. Gabin Ville is on the start. The club also has its coach, it is Janne Sinkkonen, who arrives from Finland.

In Cergy-Pontoise, only one announcement was made: the extension of Aurélien Dorey, for his fourth season at the club.

Gap this week announced the departure of Robin Colomban, who is heading to Marseille. Paul Nassivet and Raphaël Chauvel arrive from Caen.

The Wolf Burners have announced the extension of the iconic Kyle Hardy (picture below), who extends to the club for his eighth season, like that of Maxim Lamarche. Janne Jalasvaara is about to leave.

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At the Nice Eagles, Théo Lanvers arrives from Nantes. Porter Isaac Charpentier extends the Nice adventure for a second season. Dorian Rollet is about to leave.

The Rouen Dragons have announced the arrival, or rather the return of Anthony Rech to their ranks, after playing six years abroad. Extensions have also been formalized, those of Sasha Guimond, Valentin Claireaux, Matija Pintaric and Loïc Lampérier.

For Division 1:

The Caen Drakkars have announced the extension of Jonathan Janil. Marius Cagigos will also be there next year, as will Lucas Hacala and Adam Maheut. Raphaël Chauvel leaves the club for new horizons in the Magnus League, in Gap.

On the side of the Dogs of Cholet, Jonas Lemetais, Clément Garrido and Alix Bouchy extend.

The Chambéry Elephants coach, Pierre Bergeron, extends for an additional season. Alexandre Desgagnés, on the other hand, leaves the club, as does Sasha Djigaouri.

The Dunkirk Corsairs announced this week the extension of Clément Thomas, the club’s emblematic player.

The Epinal Wildcats club has announced the departures of Victor Breton to a lower division and Maxime Ritz. Peter Hrehorcak, the team’s top scorer, is extending the adventure for the coming season.

In Marseille, Maxence Bortino, Deniss Baskatovs, Aurélien Chausserie-Laprée and Andréa Palat leave the club. Lucas Colombin arrives from Gap and Sasha Djigaouri arrives from Chambéry.

In Morzine-Avoriaz, Jimmy Darier arrives from Gap and Matiss Bouvet extends for an additional season.

On the side of HC Mont-Blanc, Lassi Peltola and Jérémy Fortin are on the start. Zachary Tyson arrives from the United States.

Cooper Jones leaves the Bisons of Neuilly-sur-Marne to join the Corsairs of Nantes. Josh Adkins is also leaving the Nocé club.

Nantes announced last night the departure of Quentin Berthon, after a season spent at the club.

The first transfer of the Black Star from Strasbourg was the announcement of the departure of Yssah Mensah, after having always played for the club.

Another week with a lot of movement at the Remparts de Tours, which recorded the departure of Mathieu Ayotte, Mathieu Newbury, Quentin Jacquier, Guillaume McSween and Filip Hudak. The club has also announced the arrival of Christophe Tiramani from Mont-Blanc and that of Andréa Palat, who arrives from Marseille. Kenny Martin extends to the club, as do the doorman Steve Catelin, Pablo Maltas and David Camy-Sarty.

For Division 2:

Arriving in Roanne for the 2022-2023 season, Théo Perrenoud will not continue the adventure with Roanne next season.

Thomas Daigneau arrives in Reims from Anglet II, as does Dwayne Goudard.

Franck Amouriq arrives from Bordeaux II for Valence and Enzo Dousseau extends for an additional season.

William Carlen arrives in Valenciennes and Olivier Binet-Bérubé signs for a second season.

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