JENNINGS TROPHY 1987, 1988, AND 1989. 1989 - 1990 WINNER OF THE VEZINA TROPHY FOR BEST GOALTENDER IN THE N. PATRICK ROY PLAYED FOR FIRST ALL STAR TEAM IN 1991 - 1992, AGAIN WINNING THE ADAMS DEVISION AGAIN. JENNINGS TROPHY AND THE VEZINA TROPHY.
Roy was drafted in the third round, 51st overall, in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft. Which he disliked, being a fan of the rival Quebec Nordiques.
His grandmother Anna Peacock was a big Canadiens fan, but died before seeing her grandson being drafted. Roy kept playing for the Granby Bisons. Of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. (QMJHL) before being called up by the Canadiens.
Despite the thoughts that he was not going to play for the team, on February 23, 1985, he made his NHL debut when he replaced the Canadiens' starting goaltender, Doug Soetaert. In the game's third period. Roy played for 20 minutes and earned his first NHL win without allowing a goal. After the game, he was reassigned to the Sherbrooke Canadiens of the AHL. Despite starting as a backup, Roy replaced Greg Moffet after he had equipment troubles during a game.
He earned a win, became the starting goaltender for the playoffs and led the team to a Calder Cup. Championship with ten wins in 13 games. In the following season, Roy started playing regularly for the Canadiens. He played 47 games during the regular season and won the starting job for the Stanley Cup playoffs. Where he emerged as a star, leading his team to an unexpected Stanley Cup.
Title and winning the Conn Smythe Trophy. For the Most Valuable Player in the playoffs.As a 20-year-old, he became the youngest Conn Smythe winner ever and was chosen for the NHL All-Rookie Team. Patrick after the victory, Roy continued playing for the Canadiens, who won the Adams Division. When they lost to the Calgary Flames. In the Stanley Cup Finals. Roy, together with Brian Hayward. In 1987, 1988 and 1989. In 1989 and 1990, he won the Vezina Trophy. For best goaltender in the NHL and was voted for the NHL First All-Star Team. The Canadiens won the Adams Division again, with Roy having a very successful individual year, winning the William M. Jennings Trophy, Vezina Trophy and being selected for the NHL First All-Star Team. Despite the successful regular season, the Canadiens were swept in the second round by the Boston Bruins. Who stopped their playoff run for the fourth time in five years. The Canadiens finished third in their division behind title winner Boston Bruins and a resurgent second place Quebec Nordiques. During the first round of the 1993 playoffs. Against the archrival Nordiques, Roy was in a goaltending duel against Ron Hextall. Hextall was also a Vezina and Conn Smythe winner with his previous team, the Philadelphia Flyers. When they had several ill-tempered post-season encounters with Roy's Canadiens in the 1980s. The Canadiens lost the first two games of the series with Roy letting in soft goals, and a newspaper in Roy's hometown district suggested that he be traded with the headline "NORDIQUES WIN GAME, BATTLE OF GOALIES, " while the subhead added (Quebec goalie Ron) HEXTALL GETS BETTER OF ROY. Nordiques Goaltending Coach Dan Bouchard. Also proclaimed that his team had solved Roy. These comments seemed to fire up Roy, who responded by winning the next four games against the Nordiques, sweeping the Buffalo Sabres.
In the next round and winning the first three against the New York Islanders. To tie the record of an 11-game playoff winning streak.Roy also set a record with ten-straight playoff overtime wins two against Quebec, three against Buffalo, two against the New York Islanders where he denied Benoît Hogue. On breakaways during overtime and three against the Los Angeles Kings. Roy had led his team, which did not have a player that finished in the top twenty regular season scoring, to the Stanley Cup championship and was named the Conn Smythe Trophy winner. In 1994, the Canadiens were the defending champions but they were knocked out in the first round by the Boston Bruins.
Nonetheless, that seven-game series was notable in the eyes of Montreal fans as Roy came down with appendicitis. He convinced doctors to let him return for Game 4 and led the Canadiens to a 52 victory, stopping 39 shots. Roy was a finalist for the Vezina Trophy, finishing third in voting behind winner Dominik Haek. The item "PATRICK ROY MONTREAL CANADIENS CCM 1993 STANLEY CUP JERSEY" is in sale since Friday, July 27, 2018. This item is in the category "Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Hockey-NHL\Jerseys".
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