BREAKING: Patrick Roy Set to Make NHL Return?

Published May 28, 2023 at 9:15
Former NHL coach and player, Patrick Roy, had an eventful tenure as the Colorado Avalanche's bench boss and VP of hockey operations, spanning three seasons before stepping down in 2016. Since then, he has taken his coaching prowess to the QJMHL, where he currently leads the Quebec Remparts with remarkable success. The team has showcased their mettle and finds themselves firmly in contention for the prestigious Memorial Cup.

Recent buzz in the hockey world hints at Roy's potential return to the NHL, specifically with the New York Rangers. This speculation gained traction following Gerard Gallant's departure from the team. Roy's name has been linked with the Rangers, fueling the curiosity of fans and pundits alike.

Undoubtedly, Roy is seeking a team that boasts a promising future and is ready to compete for championships. The New York Rangers could very well fit that bill, as they possess a cadre of talented prospects, including the likes of Filip Chytil, Kaapo Kakko, and K'Andre Miller, who have the potential to flourish under his tutelage.

Should Roy take the reins of the Rangers and unlock their true potential, it would mark a harmonious partnership between the esteemed coach and the organization. The match could prove to be a turning point for both Roy's legacy and the future success of the New York Rangers.

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