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Bitch-Slap-of-the-Week – Patrick Roy

This week’s Bitch-Slap-of-the-Week goes to the Patrick Roy hockey family and it comes from Canadian prosecutors and QMJHL officials who are done taking a bunch of crap from these low-lifes.

This brings to mind a question, “What has three assholes and speaks French?”

The answer, ‘The Roy Family’.

This psycho Roy family is proof that being a complete asshole is hereditary.

Patrick Roy and his sons Jonathan and Frederick are in dire need of straightjackets, anger management and a shitload of Valium.

These idiots have gone on a rampage so severe they have led to not only lengthy suspensions, but criminal charges.

In one, Patrick, coach of the QMJHL Quebec Remparts can be seen on video, encouraging and coaxing his 19-year-old son Jonathan to break free from a referee and skate the length of the ice to assault and pummel an innocent goaltender who wanted absolutely nothing to do with the violence and was standing 100 feet away.

Patrick’s sleazy coax job led to a five game suspension for himself and a seven game suspension for his idiot son, who by the way can’t play goalie worth a shit. His record at the time of the brutal act was 3-10 and he had given up almost 4 goals a game (3.96).

In addition to the hockey suspension, official charges of assault were filed against Jonathan by Canadian prosecutors-make you proud Dad!

Jonathan pleaded not guilty. I don’t know how you can do that when there is a video all over YouTube that clearly defines the sickening, blatant attack.

The other son, Frederick must have felt left out so he decided to impress his dad with a similar act.

During a recent game, he snuck up on an opposing player and violently cross-checked him in the head and neck area, dropping him to the ice.

This was another blatant attack and assault, this time with a weapon called a hockey stick. This victim was standing around unaware when the cowardly attack occurred. Frederick received a 15 game suspension-make you proud, Dad!

These acts are clearly NOT an acceptable part of any kind of hockey, they belong in a cheesy movie like ‘Slapshot’.
Patrick is a dad who has set one of the worst examples a father could set for his sons. When he played for Colorado and Montreal in the NHL, he was known for his out of control temper and disregard for his fellow players.

Now this man is leading his sons down an awful path that is creating dreadful reputations for the youngsters. The path includes court appearances and criminal charges.

Roy family, if we honored an asshole-of-the-month or slimeball-son-of-a-bitch of the month, these guys would run away with those awards.

Since we do not, you will have to settle for the Bitch-Slap-of-the-Week. Share it between yourselves and do the world a favor . . . break a few hockey sticks over each other’s heads . . . whatever is loose up there might get knocked back into place.

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Brodeur chases NHL Records after Shutout

ATLANTA – Philips Arena may have had a sea of empty blue seats for the Atlanta Thrashers and New Jersey Devils game, but the few fans who did come to the rink were treated to a game featuring some solid goaltending on both ends of the ice.

Martin Brodeur was a brick wall, robbing the Thrashers at point blank range on several occasions, stopping all 25 shots he faced, for the 97th shutout of his career and a 1-0 win.

The 36-year-old Brodeur is only 10 victories from Patrick Roy’s NHL record 551 and 6 shutouts away from Terry Sawchuk’s NHL record 103.

Thrashers goalie, Keri Lehtonen, was busier on the other end and just as sharp; stopping 25 of the first 26 shots he faced. The Devil’s Brian Rolston broke a scoreless tie with a power play goal with only 1:03 left in the second period and Garnet Exelby in the penalty box.

The Thrashers who were 0-5 on the power play need to create some offense. “We hit a crossbar, and we hit a post,” said Ron Hainsey. “Kovalchuk had a great chance. We came storming back. We hit a post or a crossbar. There were some other chances down there. We just couldn’t beat their all-world goalie tonight on it. We had five great chances at him, and he made some unbelievable saves. That’s why he’s coming up on the best of all time.”

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