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  1. NEW Patrick Roy Autographed Montreal Canadiens Acrylic Puck

    Patrick Roy Autographed Montreal Canadiens Acrylic Puck

    $249.99
    Patrick Roy was born in Quebec City and went on to be drafted by the Montreal Canadiens. While playing in Montreal, Roy helped his team to two Stanley Cup Championships. Roy began his professional career with the Sherbrooke Canadiens of the American Hockey League. Roy was drafter 51st overall in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft and made his NHL debut on February 23, 1985. The next season Roy played 47 games during the regular season and at... Learn More
  2. NEW Patrick Roy Autographed Up Close & Personal 20 x 24 Canvas

    Patrick Roy Autographed Up Close & Personal 20 x 24 Canvas

    $599.99
    Patrick Roy is most remembered for the four Stanley Cup titles he played a crucial part in for the Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche. Roy was the youngest Conn Smythe winner ever at the age of 20 in the 1985-86 season after an unexpected Stanley Cup win for Montreal. Roy was an extremely fierce, focused and aggressive competitor who stood on his head in numerous Stanley Cup playoffs. The William M. Jennings Trophy is awarded to the... Learn More
  3. NEW Patrick Roy Autographed The Show “Stand-up” 46 x 20 Framed

    Patrick Roy Autographed The Show “Stand-up” 46 x 20 Framed

    $999.99
    Patrick Roy earned the nickname “Saint Patrick” for his unbelievable goaltending while playing for the Montreal Canadiens. He was reliable during the playoffs and a fierce competitor that coaches and teammates could rely on. In the 1984-85 season, Roy played in one NHL game and did not allow any goals. He went on to lead his AHL team, the Sherbrooke Canadiens, to a Calder Cup championship. In the following season, Roy played in 47 games and... Learn More
  4. NEW Patrick Roy Autographed & Inscribed Authentic Heroes of Hockey Red Montreal Canadiens Jersey

    Patrick Roy Autographed & Inscribed Authentic Heroes of Hockey Red Montreal Canadiens Jersey

    $1,199.99
    Patrick Roy had his name put on the Stanley Cup for the first time at the age of 20. A legendary player who helped the Montreal Canadiens stay relevant in the playoffs, Roy recorded over 200 playoff games. In 1993 Roy won another Stanley Cup with the Montreal Canadiens as well as the Conn Smythe Trophy. Roy retired as the NHL’s all-time winningest goaltender with 551 wins and also earned five Jennings Trophies. In his first year of... Learn More
  5. NEW Patrick Roy Autographed Authentic Heroes of Hockey Red Montreal Canadiens Jersey

    Patrick Roy Autographed Authentic Heroes of Hockey Red Montreal Canadiens Jersey

    $999.99
    Patrick Roy was inducted into the prestigious Hockey Hall of Fame on November 13, 2006 after an outstanding 20-season career. The Conn Smythe Trophy is awarded to the most valuable player in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Roy is the only player in NHL history to win the award a record three times. He is also the only one to win the award in different decades and while playing for different teams. In his ten years playing for the Montreal Canadiens... Learn More
  6. NEW Patrick Roy Autographed “Save” Breaking Through 24 x 16

    Patrick Roy Autographed “Save” Breaking Through 24 x 16

    $799.99
    Patrick Roy made a name for himself with his fierce playing style and acrobatic saves. His legendary career features four Stanley Cups and three Conny Smythe Trophies. Although famous for popularizing the butterfly style of goaltending, Roy was a competitor who would find any way to stop his opponent. Roy wore number 33 throughout his career and both the Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche have retired his number. This 16” x 24”... Learn More
  7. NEW Patrick Roy Autographed & Inscribed Colorado Avalanche Acrylic Puck

    Patrick Roy Autographed & Inscribed Colorado Avalanche Acrylic Puck

    $299.99
    Patrick Roy was shockingly traded from the Montreal Canadiens to the Colorado Avalanche in the middle of the 1995-96 season and helped his new team to the 1996 Stanley Cup Championship. He was a fierce competitor with immense confidence who carved out his own place in hockey history. Idolized by young players, there are many NHL goalies that based their game off of Roy’s style. Roy has been credited with popularizing the butterfly style of... Learn More
  8. NEW Patrick Roy Autographed & Inscribed Montreal Canadiens Acrylic Puck

    Patrick Roy Autographed & Inscribed Montreal Canadiens Acrylic Puck

    $299.99
    Patrick Roy is a hockey legend who dominated over his lengthy career and recorded a total of 151 playoff wins. Along with many other impressive records, he was also a three time winner of the Vezina Trophy, awarded to the league’s best goaltender. Roy was selected to the NHL All-Star game 11 times over his 20 season career. In the 1984 NHL Entry Draft, Roy was the 51st overall pick by the Montreal Canadiens. He was expected to be the next Ken... Learn More
  9. NEW Patrick Roy Autographed Colorado Avalanche Acrylic Puck

    Patrick Roy Autographed Colorado Avalanche Acrylic Puck

    $249.99
    Patrick Roy was traded to the Colorado Avalanche in the 1995-96 season after winning two Stanley Cups with the Montreal Canadiens. He won a total of four championships split between his time in Montreal and Colorado. Roy played in eleven All-Star games and won three Vezina Trophies during his career. Roy played over 1,000 NHL games and he retired in 2003 as the NHL’s all-time winningest goaltender with 551 career wins. Roy has signed this... Learn More
  10. NEW Patrick Roy Autographed Canadiens Tegata

    Patrick Roy Autographed Canadiens Tegata

    $3,999.99
    Patrick Roy’s NHL playing career spanned 20 seasons, but some of his most memorable moments came from the first ten years of his career in Montreal. While playing for the Canadiens, Roy was an integral part of the Stanley Cup Championship teams in 1986 and 1993. Roy established himself as one of the league’s top goalies and in 1992-93 season as he led the Montreal Canadiens to their 24th Stanley Cup. The NHL’s all-time winningest goaltender... Learn More
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