Kevin Roy, F

Shoots: L

Height: 5’10”

Weight: 170

Born: 1993-5-20

Hometown: Lac-Beauport, PQ

Drafted: 2012 4th round 97th overall – Anaheim Ducks










October, 2013 - Kevin Roy has started the NCAA campaign flying out of the gate, with 12 points (seven goals and five assists) over only six games. In those six games, Northeastern has posted a strong record of 5-1-0. Earlier in October, he was named Hockey East Player of the Week, where he got his second career hat trick. -Kevin Won




March, 2013 - Roy concluded a strong rookie campaign with 17-17-34 in 29 games with a weak Northeastern University team (finished last in Boston East). Among his accolades this season include the Pro Ambitions Hockey East All-Rookie Team and was the MVP for the Beanpot Tournament. He finished tied for third in points (34) among first year college skaters. He played much of the season on the top line along Vinny Saponari, a 2008 pick of the Jets. The skilled forward has improved his play away from the puck and saw lots of ice time in all situations this season. He plans on bulking up in the summer and returning to Northeastern for another year. -Kevin Won


November 2012 – Roy is a smaller sized player that was originally by-passed in the NHL Draft although after putting up 100+ points in the USHL last season, the Ducks couldn’t resist in 2012. He is a creative player that has high-end stick skills, just took a look at YouTube when he was only 13. He can be a playmaker, but also has that finishing touch. He is off to a pleasant start in the NCAA ranks with Northeastern (Hockey East) as already averaging a point/game as a freshman. -Russ Bitely



Fantasy Outlook: C+

Roy lacks the prototypical NHL-size although if he can add some mass the skills are certainly there.




Kevin Roy highlights from his USHL days with the Lincoln Stars in 2011-12.





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