Patrick Roy expected to interview for Senators’ coaching job
Just following up on @SunGarrioch and his report that Patrick Roy will indeed interview for the Ottawa Senators’ head coaching position. Sens source confirms.
— John Shannon (@JSportsnet) May 18, 2019
The potential of Patrick Roy and Eugene Melnyk working together: pic.twitter.com/sfmXKeSL09
— Nick Alberga (@thegoldenmuzzy) May 18, 2019
- Rumour swirling around the NHL is that Patrick Roy is expected to interview with the Ottawa Senators for the franchises Head Coaching job.
- Melnyk and Roy working together?
- That sounds like a recipe for disaster.
- We would really love to this this happen.
- Just so we could have a little fun for a while.
- Patrick and Eugene together might not be the best thing for the future of the Ottawa Senators, but it would be one entertaining ride.
- Roy has an illustrious career in the crease with the Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche, winning three Conn Smythe Trophies, the most in NHL goaltender history.
- His coaching experience spans many seasons in the QMJHL with the Quebec Remparts and in the NHL with the Colorado Avalanche.
- In 2013-2014, his first NHL season behind the bench, Roy coached the Avs to a division title and won the Jack Adams Trophy for coach of the year.
- The following two seasons the Avs failed to reach the playoffs, and Roy resigned in 2016.
- Something tells us that if Patrick Roy becomes the next Ottawa Senators head coach, this city will burn to the ground.
— Christina (@crissytina20) May 19, 2019
Top 10 Patrick Roy Moments (HD) -Roy Becomes Avs Coach