Review: Patrick Roy: Winning, Nothing Else
By Johnny North
Friday, December 24, 2010 at 03:56 PM
Patrick Roy was the heart and soul of the Montreal Canadiens throughout the '80s and '90s he made spectacular saves almost every game and gave the impression of a hockey warrior in the nets. The '86 and '93 Conn Smythe winner backstopped the Habs to their last two Stanley Cups. In October, his father Michel did his own tribute to his son, a biography entitled Patrick Roy: Winning, Nothing Else.