Laval Rocket News: Kevin Roy Signs One-Year Contract, Montreal Canadiens, Habs, AHL, Rocket Sports Media
ROCKET AGREE TO TERMS ON A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT WITH FORWARD KEVIN ROY
Laval Rocket Media Release
LAVAL, QC – On Friday, while the Montreal Canadiens were busy conducting the third day of the 2021 Rookie Camp, the Laval Rocket announced the signing of a one-year AHL contract with forward Kevin Roy (2012, 4th Round-97th overall, Anaheim).
The Laval Rocket announced on Friday that the team has agreed to terms on a one-year contract (2021-22 – AHL, one-way) with Quebec-born forward Kevin Roy.#GoRocket pic.twitter.com/CivowCgthN
— Rocket de Laval (@RocketLaval) September 17, 2021
The 5’9″, 170 lb. 28-year-old winger was born in Quebec, and has played over 200 games in the AHL. His former teams include the San Diego Gulls, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, Springfield Thunderbirds, and, most recently, the Tucson Roadrunners. While with the Roadrunners last season he hit the 30-point mark (11G/19A) in 35 games played.
Roy also boasts 28 games of NHL playing experience, all with the Anaheim Ducks, tallying six goals and one assist. Earlier in his career, Roy developed in the NCAA while playing Division 1 hockey at Northeastern University (130 GP, 65G/85A) where he served as captain for one season and was a Hobey Baker Memorial Award candidate twice.
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By Amy Johnson, Lead Correspondent
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