Patrick Roy Loses It Against Ducks, Flinging F-Bombs And Shoving Partition

By Ashley Dunkak
@AshleyDunkak

Former Colorado Avalanche goalie Patrick Roy, a longtime nemesis of the Detroit Red Wings, looked like his old self in his first game as coach of the Avalanche, where he strode toward the opposing bench after a fight on the ice wound down.

Corey Perry of the Anaheim Ducks appeared to be jawing at Roy, and Roy did not take it well. After a couple calls of “F— you!” in Perry’s general direction, he stomped over and got into it with Anaheim coach Bruce Boudreau. Roy shoved the glass partition between the teams since he could not get to Boudreau, and the two went back and forth before Roy was restrained.

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