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FREDERICK ROY RUMORS

Frederick Roy has a temper tantrum in Spengler Cup game

In his first ever Spengler Cup game, Frederick Roy, son of Avalanche coach Patrick Roy, had a very entertaining temper tantrum. Down 5-0, after trying to engage a fight, the forward was ejected. On his way to the dressing room, he completely lost it.
Via Talk Hockey
December 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Like father, like son: Frederick Roy loses temper at Spengler Cup

George here on the late shift, and the Red Wings fan in me can't resist posting this: Patrick Roy's son Frederick plays for the AHL's Rochester Americans, and his playing style is reminiscent of his father's despite his status as a 5'10," 170-pound instigating winger--he's chippy, scrappy and competitive, but he's also got a hair-trigger temper. ...
Via Kukla's Korner
December 27, 2013  |  Discuss
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