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I don't much about hockey. But I know this: Patrick Roy is one of the greatest goaltenders of all time.
But did you know that as a kid, he actually played forward in his first year? Then switched to goal, because he liked the pads? And that growing up, Patrick never thought seriously about an NHL career?
But we all know the story. Rookie year, 1986, he led the Habs to the Stanley Cup, then did it again in '93. Two years later, he's traded to Colorado, wins two more Cups, and ends up in the Hockey Hall of Fame.
These days, Patrick runs a junior team - the Quebec Remparts. He's won a Memorial Cup, and coached both his sons - Frederick and Jonathan.
Jonathan played goal too, and made headlines when he was charged with assault after a brawl on the ice. Now, Jonathan is pursuing a career in music, and has recently released his latest album - 'Found My Way'.