If Patrick Roy is asked for new opportunities to restart his career in the world of professional hockey, we can say that he hides his game very well.
Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday, on the verge of introducing seven new membersRoy told RDS reporter Patrick Friolet that he’s not the busiest man on the phone these days.
“No, no, we are calm. I plan to spend a good part of the winter in Florida. It will be a pretty relaxed winter,” summed up the former Quebec Remparts head coach, now 58 years old.
The former No. 33, himself a Hall of Famer since 2006, recently saw his name in the swirl of rumors surrounding the recent departure of Ottawa Senators general manager Pierre Dorion.
Our colleague Norman Flynn said last week having learned from a reliable source that Roy had been seen at a restaurant in Kanatawhile the future of DJ Smith at the head of the Sens was questioned by some observers.