Patrick Roy


NHL Rumors: Up to 12 teams interested in Bruins DeBrusk, Patrick Roy wants Habs job, and will COVID cause another shutdown?

Jake DeBrusk may only have three goals and six points in 18 games this season. However, that isn’t stopping a bunch of teams from being interested in acquiring his services. A former first round pick in the 2015 Draft, he has struggled since last season where he picked up 14 points in 41 games for the Bruins. After being in the NHL Rumor Mill several times the last two seasons, Jake DeBrusk has asked for a trade from the Bruins.

Stu Cowan: Don't expect Patrick Roy to be next GM of the Canadiens

It seems highly unlikely that Patrick Roy will be the next general manager of the Canadiens. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Roy probably knows that, which would explain why he was willing to be so vocal about his desire to fill the vacant position rather than sitting back quietly and letting things play out — which is what Canadiens owner/president Geoff Molson would surely prefer because that’s more his style.

Patrick Roy returning to the NHL would be a good thing

The rumors are buzzing in Montreal that Patrick Roy could be in line for the Montreal Canadiens’ vacant GM job. Roy himself declared his interest yesterday during a press conference in Quebec, where he is still the coach and GM of the Remparts of the Quebec Major Junior League. As part of the presser, which was done in French, Roy apparently said, “What do they have to lose by trying me?”

Patrick Roy expresses interest in being Canadiens' next GM

Sometimes, people from the past find their way back into the fold at the unlikeliest moments, the paths taken after parting converging again days or months or years down the line. In the case of Patrick Roy and the Montreal Canadiens, it has taken decades but -- if the Hall...

'When Goalies Were Weird' - Episode 2: Patrick Roy 🎧

'When Goalies Were Weird' is a six-part narrative podcast about 1990s-era NHL goalies. In the '90s, the position was undergoing a revolution in style and substance, as the butterfly goalie replaced the stand-up while advancements in equipment technology helped usher in a modernized, more athletic playing style. The old guard's quirks and the new guard's innovations melded together to produce an era of pure chaos in the blue paint.
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Roxbury elects Patrick Roy in first selectman race

ROXBURY — The town has a new First Selectman for the first time in more than 20 years, and his name is Patrick Roy. A little more than 1,000 residents went to the polls Tuesday to exercise their right to vote, favoring the Democratic candidate to lead Roxbury over the next four years. The town’s current First Selectman Barbara Henry is retiring after 24 years of service.

Get to know Roxbury first selectman candidate Patrick Roy

Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of two auestion and answer profiles on the first selectmen candidates in Roxbury. Patrick Roy, a Democrat, is running against Bruce Tuomala, a Republican. Current Roxbury First Selectman Barbara Henry is retiring after 24 years of service. Below are answers from...

Canadiens Considering Patrick Roy for GM Has Some Potential Pitfalls

The Montreal Canadiens are off to their worst start since the 1995-96 season and general manager (GM) Marc Bergevin is in the last year of his contract. Bergevin isn’t going to fire head coach Dom Ducharme after just signing him to a three-year extension. If he wants to shake things up, Geoff Molson, the owner of the Canadiens, will have to start with Bergevin. Rumours are flying around that Canadiens legend Patrick Roy has had meetings with Molson, but is he the right guy for the GM job?