Patrick Roy

Patrick Roy Wants to Coach in NHL Again, at Peace With His Emotional Past

Hall of Fame goalie reflects on Cup wins, “bad choices” Patrick Roy would love to return to coaching in the NHL, but the four-time Stanley Cup-champion goaltending legend says he won’t be sitting by the phone in the days ahead awaiting a call for an interview. “It’s hard for me to get a job because […]

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Rangers Hire Laviolette As New Bench Boss

After over a month of searching, speculating, and researching, the New York Rangers have finally found their new bench boss. The team announced today, June 13th, that they have hired Peter Laviolette to be the new head coach. For Laviolette, this will be his sixth team that he is taking over after having coached for […]

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Seattle Thunderstruck by Quebec in the Memorial Cup Finals

The Quebec Remparts, led by head coach and NHL legend Patrick Roy, defeated the Seattle Thunderbirds in a dominant five-to-nothing win to clinch the 2023 Memorial Cup. The Seattle Thunderbirds found themselves thunderstruck by the Quebec Remparts as Quebec would find their stride early in the first period. Quebec followed up Vsevolod Komarov’s first-period goal […]

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Is Carey Price a Future Hall of Famer?

The Montreal Canadiens have several goaltenders who are in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Canadiens’ greats like Jacques Plante, Lorne “Gump” Worsley, Georges Vezina, Ken Dryden, George Hainsworth, Bill Durnan, Patrick Roy, and a few others who played with the team at one point in their careers have all been inducted into the HHOF. Goaltenders […]

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Patrick Roy is going all-in on the Avalanche to hoist Lord Stanley

Patrick Roy doesn’t appear to have any rift with his old team. The Hall of Famer cleared the air Saturday afternoon in an interview with’s Dave Stubbs. “I am an Avalanche fan, seriously,” Roy stated. “I have so much respect for ‘Landy’ [captain Gabriel Landeskog and Nate [MacKinnon].   “It was a privilege coaching […]

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The NHL Butterfly Effect

Since the full-season lockout of 04/05, the NHL has seen a dramatic increase in players and stars under six feet tall. There were the early diminutive trailblazers like Henri and Maurice Richard and Ted Lindsey. They played in an era that would give all of the health and safety experts of today that sit at […]

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Marc-Andre Fleury

Congrats to Marc-Andre Fleury on winning 500 NHL games! Is he the best of all time?

Marc-Andre Fleury has become just the 3rd goalie in NHL history to win 500 games! This is an insane amount of wins, and couldn’t come to a better person. Fleury is a lock to be in the hall of fame; this just adds to his legacy. Fleury is one of the most electric goalies ever […]

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