The Rochester Americans announced Thursday that the team has agreed to terms with center Frederick Roy on an American Hockey League contract.
Roy, 21, recorded 92 points on 27 goals and 65 assists in 64 games last season with the Quebec Remparts of the QMJHL, leading the team in scoring and ranking tied for fourth in the league.
Roy, a native of Montreal, added two goals and 10 assists in 11 playoff games.
In 188 career junior games with Quebec, the 5-foot-10, 165-pound Roy registered 62 goals and 118 assists for 180 points. He also tallied 34 points (12g, 22a) in 50 career playoff games.
Roy’s father, Patrick, won the 1985 Calder Cup championship with the Sherbrooke Canadiens before going on to an 18-year NHL career that included four Stanley Cups and three Vezina Trophies.