#91 Frederick Roy
BORN: Feb. 26, 1991
HOME TOWN: Montreal, Quebec
HEIGHT: 5-10
ACQUIRED: Signed an American Hockey League contract with the Rochester Americans on July 18, 2012.


Signed a one-year, two-way American Hockey League contract with the Rochester Americans on July 18, 2012.

Established career-highs in every offensive category in goals (27), assists (65), points (92) and penalty minutes (88) in 64 games with the Quebec Remparts (QMJHL)… Saw his point total increase by an impressive 34 points from the 2010-11 campaign… Recipient of the 2011-12 Guy Carbonneau Award as the league’s best defensive forward… Led the Remparts in assists and points while finishing fourth among Quebec skaters in goals… Ranked third among league leaders in assists and finished fourth in overall scoring… Tied for 12th in the QMJHL with 21 power-play assists and a career-best +35 on-ice rating… Recorded a team-high 10 assists and placed second on the team with 12 points in 11 postseason appearances with Quebec

Skated in a career-high 65 games with the Remparts, registering 58 points on 26 goals and 32 assists… Finished tied for third on the team in goals and fourth in points… Ranked tied for third in the league with four shorthanded tallies while notching a team-best six shorthanded points (4+2)… Added 19 points (8+11) in 18 playoff contests for Quebec to rank third on the team in postseason scoring… 2009-10: Missed all but four games of the regular season with an injury… Closed out the campaign collecting six points (2+4) and five PIM before going on to appear in all four playoff matchups for the Remparts… 2008-09: Completed his first full season with Quebec by notching 24 points (7+17) and 62 PIM in 50 regular season appearances… Levied a 15-game suspension by the QMJHL as a result of an illegal check to the head of an opponent in a game on 11/21… Tallied three points (2+1) and 23 PIM in 17 postseason contests… 2007-08: Made his QMJHL debut, appearing in five games for Quebec

The youngest son of NHL Hall of Fame goaltender Patrick Roy… Played all five seasons of junior hockey under his father, a four-time Stanley Cup winner and three-time Vezina Trophy winner who currently stands second among all-time NHL netminders with 551 career wins

VS.  Binghamton Senators  
 October 03, 2015 - 07:05 PM 1 2 3F
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