Patrick Roy's brother told L.A. Lariviere of TVA Sports in Montreal that he was misquoted by the Denver Post and he does not know if a deal has been reached for his brother to be head coach of the Colorado Avalanche.
Patrick Roy is not yet the new head coach of the Colorado Avalanche and talk of a deal being done is "premature," according to RDS' Renaud Lavoie.
The Denver Post is reporting that the brother of Patrick Roy said that Roy will be named the new head coach of the Colorado Avalanche.
An NHL source has told the Denver Post that Patrick Roy is one of the top candidates for the head coaching job with the Colorado Avalanche.
The Sabres' coaching search has not included Patrick Roy, reports the Buffalo News' John Vogl.
Patrick Roy reportedly hasn't been approached yet about the possibility of serving as the Colorado Avalanche's head coach.
It appears that Patrick Roy is still in the running for head coach of the Montreal Canadiens.
Patrick Roy's comments suggested that he may be interested in the vacant Montreal GM position.
Patrick Roy was fined $5,000 by the QMJHL for suggesting that commissioner Gilles Courteau rushed Mikhail Grigorenko back from an ankle injury so that he could play in the CHL Top Prospects Game.
Patrick Roy wouldn't mind coaching the Montreal Canadiens.
Jonathan Roy, son of former NHL goaltender Patrick Roy, will stand trial for assault next month.
Patrick Roy has declined the offer to coach the Avalanche, according to the Denver Post.
A report out of Montreal, on Ruefrontenac.com, is stating that Patrick Roy has been offered the head coaching job, as well as the general manager position, by the Colorado Avalanche.
Patrick Roy said on a Toronto radio station on Wednesday, that Avs President Pierre Lacroix first spoke to him in January as to whether Roy would like to return to the Colorado organization.