Étoile Noire de Strasbourg

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Étoile Noire de Strasbourg
Étoile Noire de Strasbourg logo.png
NicknameL'Étoile Noire
(The Black Star)
CityStrasbourg France
LeagueLigue Magnus
2006-Present
Founded2000
Home arenaPatinoire Iceberg
(capacity: 1250)
Colours              
PresidentJean-Paul Hohnadel
General managerFrance Stéphane Hohnadel
Head coachCanada Daniel Bourdages
CaptainCzech Republic Michal Důras
WebsiteL'Étoile Noire

The Association Étoile Noire de Strasbourg is a French ice hockey team based in Strasbourg playing in the Ligue Magnus.

History[edit]

The team currently uses the name of "Étoile Noire de Strasbourg" (Strasbourg Black Star) and was founded in 2000; they play home games at the Patinoire Iceberg; the team reached Ligue Magnus after they became Division 1 champions in 2006. They played playoff finals in 2011.

Roster[edit]

Updated February 13, 2019.[1]

Goaltenders
Number Player Catches Acquired Place of Birth
53 Slovakia Tomáš Hiadlovský L 2018 Trenčín, Slovakia
83 Slovakia Dušan Sidor L 2019 Poprad, Slovakia
1 France Adrien Vazzaz L 2017 Briançon, France
Defencemen
Number Player Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
52 France Aurélien Chausserie-Laprée L 2014 Bordeaux, France
85 France Maxime Deplanque L 2013 Mulhouse, France
89 Slovakia Radek Deyl (A) L 2018 Košice, Slovakia
17 Slovenia Miha Logar R 2018 Kranj, Slovenia
82 France Colin Morillon R 2012 Marseille, France
42 Canada Scott Prier L 2018 Windsor, Canada
34 Czech Republic Vojtěch Zadražil R 2018 Pelhřimov, Czech Republic
Forwards
Number Player Shoots Position Acquired Place of Birth
45 France Julien Burgert (A) R RW 2008 Colmar, France
14 France Loïc Chabert L LW/C 2018 Dijon, France
27 France Romain Chapuis L LW/RW 2017 Grenoble, France
18 Canada Dylan Denomme L LW 2018 Riverdale, Canada
96 Czech Republic Michal Důras (C) L LW/RW 2017 Jihlava, Czech Republic
9 France David Fritz-Dreyssé L LW 2018 Ourgou, Burkina Faso
66 Slovakia Dominik Fujerik L C 2018 Ilava, Slovakia
13 France Anthony Goncalves L LW 2017 Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France
21 Czech Republic Ondřej Havlíček L C 2018 Varnsdorf, Czech Republic
7 Canada Danny Potvin L LW 2018 Saint-Cyprien-de-Napierville, Canada
20 France Samuel Rousseau L C/LW 2014 Strasbourg, France
12 France Hugo Sarlin L C/LW 2018 Grenoble, France
92 Canada Mitch Zion L C 2018 Ottawa, Canada

Former players[edit]

Canada
Finland
France
Slovakia

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Étoile Noire de Strasbourg Roster". etoile-noire.fr (in French). Retrieved February 13, 2019.

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