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Drakkars de Caen
Drakkars de Caen
Full name Hockey Club de Caen
Founded 1968
Based In Caen Flag of France
Arena Patinoire de Caen la mer
(Capacity: 1'499)
League Ligue Magnus
(1977-78) (2005-2008) (2010-Present)
Team Colors          
Captain Tommy Lafontaine
Website Les Drakkars

Hockey Club de Caen is a French ice hockey team based in Caen, Normandy playing in the Ligue Magnus. The team is also known as "Drakkars de Caen" (Caen Longships). The team was formerly called the Léopards de Caen.

The team was founded in 1968 and plays home games at the Caen la mer.

Prize listEdit

Major Hockey Edit

The best route: 1st tour in 2001.

  • Division 1: (4)
    • Champion: 1979, 1989, 1998, 2010.
    • Vice champion: 2009.
  • Division 2: (1)
    • Champion: 1994.
    • Vice-champion: 1993, 2003.
  • Coupe de France: (1)
    • Winner: 2000.
  • Coupe de la Ligue:

The best route: Quarter-finals in 2008.

Minor Hockey Edit

  • Championnat de France Cadet excellence:
    • Champion: 2003.

Players (2010-2011)[1] Edit

Goaltenders Defencemen Forwards
  • 20 Clement FOUQUEREL Flag of France
  • 30 Arnaud GOETZ Flag of France
  • 80 Vladimir Urban Flag of Slovakia
  • 27 Samuel Gibbons Flag of Canada
  • 55 Tommy LAFONTAINE Flag of Canada
  • 21 Alexis GOMANE Flag of France
  • 11 Aziz Baazi Flag of France
  • 5 Udo MARIE Flag of France
  • 88 Antoine Vigier Flag of France
  • 39 Jonathan AVENEL Flag of France
  • 15 Joseph Buicko Flag of the United States
  • 17 Pierre BENNETT Flag of France
  • 9 Jérôme Bergeron Flag of Canada
  • 42 Kevin DA COSTA Flag of France
  • 19 Jonathan Duchesneau Flag of Canada
  • 33 Julien LEBEY Flag of France
  • 7 Charles GESLAIN Flag of France
  • 28 Jérémie Romand Flag of France
  • 40 Raphaël Mazié Flag of France
  • 81 Erwan Pain Flag of France

ReferencesEdit

  1. official website

External linksEdit



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