What have they become ?

Some of these little Bisontins who grew up well

After more than four seasons in the ranks of junior and university hockey in the United States, Guillaume Leclerc took a new turn by joining the Wolf Burners of Grenoble. "When you have a chance to win the title, you do not take so long to make your choice." At 21, the center formed in Dijon then Amiens (before leaving to the US) discovers his new team. déc.2017

After winning the U18 D1B World a few weeks ago, Lucie Quarto already has solid experience in women's hockey. Present at the Pole France in parallel with her studies, she already has several convocation in the elite formation of the team of France.

Audic Donnet, the defender of the Epinal Hockey Club, has the future ahead of him. Among the elements of the Epinal Hockey Club's D3 team that will face Fontenay tonight, the young defender Audric Donnet has an interesting profile. Since his debut around the age of 8 in Besançon after a summer skating camp, he has multiplied his experiences.

The team of Besançon Doubs Hockey Club, created at the beginning of the season around its captain Sophie Leclerc, becomes champion of France Elite, unbeaten of the pool South during the regular season and victorious of the final square against HC74, Amiens and Tours, of March 31 to April 2, 2018 in Chamonix. Between these studies in medicine and the practice of high level ice hockey Sophie Leclerc decided to combine the two.

"I'm 22 years old and I'm a defender, I was born in Besançon and have played in a lot of teams since the beginning of my career: Besançon, Dijon, Amiens, Grenoble and Nice. to join the team of France Junior. "In parallel with hockey, I study by correspondence in a business school and I can not wait for the new season to start under the colors of the Vipers" confides Arthur Montenoise

Beginner in Besançon, Julien Guillaume came to complete his training in Dijon, before going through the U18 and U22 Amiens.

His good results earned him two U18 world championships and a U20 with the Blueberries.

After a Magnus season in Amiens and Grenoble, he chose Bordeaux to continue his development.

It was there, at the age of six, that Nicolas Leclerc started with the bisontine ice school. Sixteen years have already passed. Selected in France U16, U18 and U20 teams, Nicolas Leclerc has crossed all the ladder, one after the other, to evolve today in one of the best French teams. 11/2016

Trained in Besançon since his youngest age, Simon Bourgin joined the Dukes Dijon Hockey Club where he played at the highest level in Ligue Magnus until 2018. He still plays today in Dijon in Division 3.