Frederick Roy, the son of Hockey Hall of Famer Patick Roy, plays for the AHL’s Rochester Americans. The Americans are currently in Davos, Switzerland participating in the Spengler Cup. Rochester got starched 5-0 by Genève-Servette HC on Thursday. As time expired, Roy got into it with GSHC’s Cody Almond. Fighting is against the rules in international hockey so Roy, who threw some gloveless punches, got tossed. His exit was wonderful. He appears to threaten the other team before swearing his way down tunnel where he find some innocent hockey sticks.
Looks like a re-injury of the same clavicle that had him out for 7 games.
Not a good look.
Bad football: a Thanksgiving Tradition.
It’s always the cover up.
Sell out with me tonight.
And a happy holiday to you!
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