Patrick Roy Montreal Canadiens Signed Adidas Vintage Hockey Jersey

This is an official licensed Patrick Roy Montreal Canadiens Signed Adidas Vintage Hockey Jersey. The jersey is brand new with tags and the 1993 Stanley Cup Patch. All of the lettering and numbering are completed by our NHL/NHLPA licensed customization team. Mr. Roy has personally autographed the number. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from A J Sports World is included with your purchase.

Learn more about Patrick Roy:

Patrick Roy is regarded as one of the greatest goaltenders of all time in the National Hockey League.

Nicknamed “Saint Patrick,” Patrick Roy split his playing career in the NHL between the Montreal Canadiens, with whom he played for ten years from 1984-1995, and the Colorado Avalanche, with whom he played for eight years from 1996-2003. During his impressive NHL career, Patrick Roy won four Stanley Cups, two with the Montreal Canadians in 1986 and 1993  and two with Colorado Avalanche in 1996 and 2001.

Roy is widely credited with popularising the butterfly style of goaltending, which has since become the dominant style of goaltending around the world.

Patrick Roy is a three time Conn Smythe trophy winner (1986, 1993 and 2001), five time William Jennings trophy winner (1987, 1988, 1989, 1992 and 2002) and three time Vezina trophy winner (1989, 1990 and 1992). Patrick Roy is also an 11 time NHL All-Star. Patrick Roy is the only player in NHL history to win the Conn Smythe trophy three times, for two different teams and in different decades.

In 2004, Patrick Roy was selected as the greatest goaltender in NHL history by a panel of 41 writers, coupled with a simultaneous fan poll. On November 13, 2006, Roy was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.  Patrick Roy’s number 33 jersey is retired by both the Canadiens on November 22, 2008 and the Avalanche on October 28, 2003.

Patrick Roy has been the head coach of the Avalanche since the 2013-14 season, winning the Jack Adams Award as the NHL’s best coach in his inaugural NHL coaching season.