Patrick Roy (NHL) Net Worth

Net Worth: $45 Million
  • Source of Wealth:

    Playing Ice Hockey
  • Age:

  • Birth Place:

    Quebec City, Quebec
  • Weight:

    210 lbs (95 kg)
  • Marital Status:

    Divorce (Michèle Piuze)
  • Full Name:

    Patrick Jacques Roy
  • Nationality:

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About Patrick Jacques Roy

Patrick Roy is a former Canadian ice hockey player who played for the Colorado Avalanche.

Patrick Roy began playing for the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League's Granby Bisons. Then, he was chosen via NHL Entry Draft by the Montreal Canadiens in 1984. A year after, he debuted to play for the Canadiens' affiliate, Sherbrooke Canadiens.

During his first year for the Montreal Canadiens, Roy led the team in winning the Stanley Cup and became the youngest winner of Conn Smythe trophy in 1986. While he's with the Canadiens, he got the William M. Jennings Trophy, Vezina Trophy, and another Conn Smythe crown in 1993.

He was traded to the Colorado Avalanche during the 1995-96 mid-season. Roy helped the team in winning Avalanche's first Stanley Cup in 1996. Then, he was the recipient of President's Trophy award in 2000-2001 season.  They regained the championship in 2001, as they defeated New Jersey Devils. Roy announced his retirement from playing ice hockey on May 28, 2003.

His love for the world of hockey continues as Roy became the vice president of hockey operations for Quebec Remparts.  In 2005, he became the head coach of the team and became a hockey analyst for a French-Canadian hockey talk show, l'Antichambre.

Patrick Jacques Roy was born on October 5, 1965 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. He married to Michèle Piuze in 1990 and divorce in 2003. The couple has three children.

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