May 17, 2022

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Back to the NHL? Patrick Roy registers agent’s services | Walls | Sports | The sun

Back to the NHL?  Patrick Roy registers agent's services |  Walls |  Sports |  The sun

The former goalkeeper and his new agent made the same speech on Monday. A native of Montreal and now living in Toronto, Glasberg did not expect to learn much of his French during the day.

“I didn’t care what I said. I usually write my” tweet “without a second thought and to say that Patrick is an excellent candidate. I know, but the announcement time was just a fair one and I can’t imagine what would have happened if I had done it on Tuesday morning in the event of a loss to Calgary on Monday, ”said PBI Sports President.

He believes Roy has all the credentials and reputation to return to the NHL, whether it is behind the bench or on the second floor.

“I want to do that with Patrick. Remember he’s here, we’re listening. He did a lot for hockey, as a player, as a coach and as a GM, I think he’s a good candidate anywhere in the NHL and so we paired him up.Is July, he returns with Rimparts, where he is very happy. ”

By the end of the regular season, the shadow of the number 33 continues to be on the Bell Center, where the fate of general manager Mark Bergewin and Ducharm becomes an issue depending on team performance.

When Claude Julian was fired in February, Roy indicated that he was willing to listen if Ducharm was called upon to step down on a temporary basis.

Patrick Roy led Reports for three years after a two-season hiatus following his departure from Colorado Avalanche at the end of the third year of his four-year contract in the summer of 2016.

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At the helm of the avalanche, he won the Jack-Adams Trophy in his first season in 2013-2014, which was awarded to the NHL’s leading head coach. He has 130 wins, 92 losses in 246 games with snow and 24 defeats in overtime / shootout.

Roy has been in talks for the past few years to lead Canadians, Ottawa senators and even Washington capitals, but those talks did not lead to a nomination.

Winner of the Memorial Cup in 2006, he won 419 of 708 games behind the Red Devils bench. At the start of the first playoff game between the Rimparts and Drummondville Voltgiers on Tuesday, he was ranked number one among QMJHL’s active coaches for the number of playoffs (20, tied to Sagunin’s Yanick Jean), won 10 series (directed by Ozionic ‘Serge Beusol 10) And 56 wins in the series.

“We can ulate enough, but there’s nothing on the table. I live in the present moment, it’s about getting ready to play against the Voltigers,” Roy said, focusing on his junior team despite the surrounding noise.