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01-13-2005, 06:39 PM
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Hockey en France...

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Bonjour,

Je suis québécois et j'aimerais avoir quelques renseignements sur le hockey en France. J'aimerais bien m'aligner avec une équipe de la ligue Magnus, de Division I ou sinon de Division II. Je suis prêt à partir pour la France n'importe quand, mais avant tout j'aimerais savoir si les joueurs sont bien rémunérés ou si on peut leur trouver un emploi, si on peut leur trouver un appartement, etc.

Je connais quelques joueurs québécois qui jouent dans la ligue Magnus. Sans être un Éric Doucet, je crois pouvoir me débrouiller dans cette ligue ou en Division I. J'avais l'intention d'aller passer quelques jours en France pour pratiquer avec une équipe qui voulait bien de moi. Puis, peut-être signer un contrat si je fais l'affaire.

Je ne cherche pas à jouer en France pour faire de l'argent, loin de là. J'ai un emploi bien rémunéré au Québec qui m'attend au mois de mai. D'ici là, j'aimerais bien jouer au hockey dans un bon calibre de jeu en plus de connaître une nouvelle culture.

Merci de me répondre...


Hello,

I'm from Quebec and I would like to have some informations about hockey in France. I would like to play with a team of the Magnus Hockey League, in Division I or otherwise in Division II. I am ready to leave for France anytime, but before all I would like to know if the players are paid or if they can work easily. I also want to know if it's easy to find an apartment.

I know some Quebec players that play in the Magnus league. Without being a Éric Doucet, I believe that I'm able to play a good game in this league or in Division I. I had the intention to pass some days in France to practice with a team that wanted me. Then, maybe I can sign a contract if I'm ok.

I do not want to play in France for money, far of there. I have a well paid job here that waits for me in May. I would love to play in a good league and discover a new culture.

I wait for you replies... Thanks !


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01-14-2005, 04:23 PM
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Bon chance en France!

Moi, jaimerias bien avoir des match de la France sur cassette pour ecoute.. oui, je me suis pas tros bien en francais

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we had a thread for the french speakers a while back and i was never really happy with it. it would be nice if you could talk about french hockey in english since this is an english board. and i'm pretty sure that not everyone who's interested in french hockey is able to discuss it in french. take me for an example. i can read it well, but i'm not able to write it.

thanks guys and feel free to give us information about french hockey. it's much needed here.

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01-19-2005, 06:49 AM
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Actually it would probably depend on your level and the team IMO. You should try to send some emails to a couple of French teams to see if they are interested in you profile, with your experience, your capacities and abilities, etc. I'm sure that some French teams would be pleased to have a good Quebec player in their lineup.

You should try to contact directly the teams by emails. I guess they'll want a video tape of you on the ice. Then, if they're interested, I assume they'll help you to find an apartment and a job if you agree to sign a contract. It'll be up to you and the team !

Good luck !

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02-08-2005, 06:58 PM
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hockey france

ouais je pense bien que la meilleure chose a faire serait de prendre contact avec les equipes etant donné qu'ils doivent disposer de certaines restrictions quant au joueurs etrangers. Quant au paiement cela dépend vraiment des equipes et des statuts des joueurs. Par exemple je sais que steven reinprecht ne recevait pas d'argents, il etai simplement "entretenus", d'autree club trouvent aux joueurs des appartements, des emploi a mi-temps...bref, si jamais tu souhaite plus d'info ou des contacts, je suis un joueur midget de st pierre et miquelon et la fédération national nous envois un bouquin avec tout plein d'adresse de tous les clubs repertoriés donc si tu es interessé a plus d'info, je pourrai toujours t'aider du mieu que je peu
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pareil, je pense que le mieux c'est de directement entrer en contact avec des clubs, t'auras toutes les infos que tu veux

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