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Uploaded on Mar 23, 2008
The 19-year-old son of former Colorado Avalanche goaltender Patrick Roy, was involved in a brawl on Saturday night in a Quebec Major Junior Hockey league game.
Patrick Roy owns and coaches the Remparts and is accused of encouraging the attack by his son on the other team's players. Patrick Roy has denied the accusations.
The Remparts were losing to the Chicoutimi Sagueneens 7-1 in the second period when Jonathan Roy skated to center ice and appeared to challenge the other goaltender to a fight. That initiated a brawl where Roy ripped off the other goaltender's mask and punched him several times. The other goaltender, Bobby Nadeau, did not defend himself.
As Roy skated away, he made a rude gesture to the crowd and then got into a second fight with the other team's defenseman.
Jonathan Roy was given two fighting majors, a minor and two game misconducts. Nadeau wasn't penalized.
The Sagueneens went on to win 10-1.
Roy says he was acting out of frustration and apologized on Monday.