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Patrick Roy holds the Conn Smythe Trophy
after being named MVP of the 1986 Stanley Cup
playoffs. In just his rookie year, he led the Habs
to the Stanley Cup four games to one over
the Calgary Flames.

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Patrick Roy in 1990 with his second Vezina Trophy. He first won it in 1989, and later claimed the Trophy again in 1992. Roy has also shared the William M. Jennings Trophy wth other Montreal goalkeepers in 1987, 1988, 1989, 1992.

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Patrick Roy led the Habs to the Stanley Cup in 1993. The Los Angeles Kings fell to Les Canadiens 4-1.

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Roy picture on the Montréal Canadiens media guide ... and announce the Molson Center

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Against Detroit Red Wings in 11-1 lose ... Patrick gives 9 goals before Mario Tremblay put Pat Jablonski in the game.

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During the December 2nd game against the Red Wings, Patrick Roy lost his temper and began yelling at the fans.

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When he was pulled from the game, Roy stormed up to team president Ronald Corey, who was sitting behind the Habs bench, and informed Corey that he, Roy, had played his last game in Montreal.

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Roy faced the media on December 3 and apologized for his outburst, but remained adamant that he had played his last game for Les Canadiens.

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On December 6, Roy was traded with Mike Keane to the Colorado Avalanche for Jocelyn Thibault, Martin Rucinsky and Andrei Kovalenko. He is shown here meeting the media in Colorado.

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Roy lost his first game for the Avalanche, a 5-3 decision to the Edmonton Oilers on December 7 in Denver. He sat out the next game in Ottawa.

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On December 10 in Toronto, Roy had a chance to catch up with former coach Pat Burns.

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Roy sparkled in net December 11 against the Toronto Maple Leafs. He stopped 28 of 29 shots on the way to a 5-1 Avalanche win.

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Colorado Avalanche goalie Patrick Roy smiles as he hoists the Stanley Cup after the Avalanche defeated the Florida Panthers 1-0 in triple overtime, Monday, June 10, 1996, in Miami. -- AP

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Avalanche defenseman Adam Foote, right, congratulates Avalanche goalie Patrick Roy on his 89th career playoff victory with a 7-0 win over the Blackhawks in Game 5 of the Western Conference quarterfinals in Denver on April 24, 1997. The victory places Roy atop the all-time list for playoff wins (ahead of Islanders legend Billy Smith) and was his 10th career playoff shutout. -- AP

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Nagano Olympics Games : Canadian Patrick Roy is unable to stop another goal by Finland - Bronze Medal game, Feb 21, 1998.

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February 6, 1999 . Roy, adding another chapter to his Hall-of-Fame career, posted his 400th career win by helping the red-hot Colorado Avalanche smother the Red Wings, 3-1.

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Thursday, May 13, 1999,   DETROIT -- The Colorado Avalanche look to continue their uncanny road success tonight tonight and even their Western Conference semifinal series against the Detroit Red Wings at two games apiece