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Anthony Guttig
Born October 30, 1988,
Dijon
Height
Weight
6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
181 lb (82 kg; 12 st 13 lb)
Position Left winger/Center
Shoots Left
Ligue Magnus team
F. teams
Rouen
Ligue Magnus
Dijon
HockeyAllsvenskan
Mora IK
HockeyEttan
Tranås AIF
Mestis
Hokki
Jukurit
Liiga
KooKoo
Ntl. team Flag of France.png France
Playing career 2004–present

Anthony Guttig (born on October 30, 1988 in Dijon) is a French professional ice hockey left winger/center who is currently playing with the Rouen of the Ligue Magnus.

Club career[]

Guttig's youth team is the Dijon. In 2004 - 2006 played Guttig junior hockey with the Reims organisation.

In 2006 - 2012, Guttig played with the Dijon of the Ligue Magnus. In the 2008-09 season, Guttig won the Jean-Pierre Graff Trophy for the Ligue Magnus' best young player. In the 2011-12 season, he became the French Cup champion and also won the Albert Hassler Trophy for the Ligue Magnus' best French player.

In the 2012-13 season played Guttig 19 games with the Mora IK of the HockeyAllsvenskan, 3 games with the Mora IK junior team and 8 games with the Tranås AIF of the HockeyEttan.

Guttig spent the following season with the Hokki of the Mestis.

In the 2014-15 season, Guttig played with the Jukurit of the Mestis. He became the Mestis champion as he was the player who scored most goals (6) in the play-offs and was named the Mestis play-offs MVP.

In 2015, Guttig signed with the KooKoo of the Liiga and spent there one season.

In the 2016-17 season returned Guttig to the Dijon of the Ligue Magnus.

Since 2017 is Guttig playing with the Rouen of the Ligue Magnus. In the 2017-18 and 2020-21 seasons became Guttig the French champion and in the 2020-21 season was Guttig the player who recorded most assists (22) in the Ligue Magnus and won the Albert Hassler Trophy for the second time. He is currently signed there until the end of the 2021-22 season.

International career[]

Guttig played with the French National Team at the 2008 World Junior Championship Division I and at the 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2018 and 2019 World Championships.

External links[]

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