Magnus League. Mercato: The Burners of Wolves formalize six departures, two arrivals, and a wave o extensions

After the excitement of the final stages, the Polesud ice rink is now calm and has won the title of French champion against Angers by Bruleurs De Loups on April 13.

Magnus League. Mercato: The Burners of Wolves formalize six departures, two arrivals, and a wave o extensions

After the excitement of the final stages, the Polesud ice rink is now calm and has won the title of French champion against Angers by Bruleurs De Loups on April 13. (4 wins to 1). The Grenoble leaders worked for over a month to build the workforce for the 2022-2023 season. Season marked by the return to Champions Hockey League (CHL) the Isere club.

Jacques Reboh, Jean-Francois dufour, and Jyrki Aho, both presidents, unveiled at a Wednesday press conference the key moves to redraw the face of a mostly retained workforce.

The BdL has announced the retirements of Julien Baylacq and Christophe Tartari, as well the departure of Peter Valier (international striker), and Malo Ville (French international attacker) as well as the withdrawal of Sebastien Bisaillon (international striker). They also did not retain the Finn Jani Tupurainen (42), who arrived in December 2021.

The Isere club announced Alexandre Pascal's arrival (23 years, 1.88m, 95kg). After his training in Grenoble, he gained experience in Lyon (2018-19), Gap (2019-202020), and Nice (Ligue Magnus), while also securing two international caps.

Grenoble's striker Timothe Quattrone, 21 years old, 1.80m and 89kg, is back in attack. He was shaped at Grenoble's training center. Quattrone had his classes with the Elephants of Chambery (Div. 1).

Internal promotion will also continue at full capacity as Flavian Dair (20, French champion 2022 with Grenoble U20s) who was on thirty matchsheets last season in Magnus League (10 goals, 4 assists) will be fully integrated into the Grenoble professional workforce starting August 1 (date the official resumption or training).

Jeff Dufour, Dauphinois manager, clarified that the BdL still want to recruit "two to three attackers" (French internationals or foreigners) to complete their workforce. The remaining squad will be led by Jyrki Aho, his Finnish assistant Ari Pekka Siekkinen. An eighth defender is likely to come from the Grenoble club satellite teams (Chambery or Vaujany).

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