Frederick Roy (LW)
Originally signed to a one-year, two-way American Hockey League contract with the Rochester Americans on July 18, 2012. Re-signed a one-year deal with the Amerks on July 10, 2013.
2012-13: Finished his first pro season scoring eight goals with two assists in 64 games for the Amerksâ€¦ Closed out the regular season with a goal at Hamilton on 4/21â€¦ Had a three-game goal-scoring streak from 2/05 to 2/12â€¦ Missed two games (12/21-12/22) with an illnessâ€¦ Scored his first pro goal against former Amerk goaltender Jacob Markstrom in a 4-2 loss to San Antonio on 11/28â€¦ Earned a game-high 12 PIM and collected his first professional point with an assist at Adirondack on 10/27â€¦ Was also +3 in the gameâ€¦ Made his professional debut against Grand Rapids on 10/19, earning 11:31 of ice time over 17 shifts
2011-12: Established career-highs in every offensive category in goals (27), assists (65), points (92) and penalty minutes (88) in 64 games with the Quebec Remparts (QMJHL)â€¦ Saw his point total increase by an impressive 34 points from the 2010-11 campaignâ€¦ Recipient of the 2011-12 Guy Carbonneau Award as the leagueâ€™s best defensive forwardâ€¦ Led the Remparts in assists and points while finishing fourth among Quebec skaters in goalsâ€¦ Ranked third among league leaders in assists and finished fourth in overall scoringâ€¦ Tied for 12th in the QMJHL with 21 power-play assists and a career-best +35 on-ice ratingâ€¦ Recorded a team-high 10 assists and placed second on the team with 12 points in 11 postseason appearances with Quebecâ€¦ 2010-11: Skated in a career-high 65 games with the Remparts, registering 58 points on 26 goals and 32 assistsâ€¦ Finished tied for third on the team in goals and fourth in pointsâ€¦ Ranked tied for third in the league with four shorthanded tallies while notching a team-best six shorthanded points (4+2)â€¦ Added 19 points (8+11) in 18 playoff contests for Quebec to rank third on the team in postseason scoringâ€¦ 2009-10: Missed all but four games of the regular season with an injuryâ€¦ Closed out the campaign collecting six points (2+4) and five PIM before going on to appear in all four playoff matchups for the Rempartsâ€¦ 2008-09: Completed his first full season with Quebec by notching 24 points (7+17) and 62 PIM in 50 regular season appearancesâ€¦ Levied a 15-game suspension by the QMJHL as a result of an illegal check to the head of an opponent in a game on 11/21â€¦ Tallied three points (2+1) and 23 PIM in 17 postseason contestsâ€¦ 2007-08: Made his QMJHL debut, appearing in five games for Quebec
The youngest son of Colorado Avalanche head coach and NHL Hall of Fame goaltender Patrick Royâ€¦ Played all five seasons of junior hockey under his father, a four-time Stanley Cup winner and three-time Vezina Trophy winner who currently stands second among all-time NHL netminders with 551 career wins