Olivier Roy - Photo Courtesy of oilers.nhl.com


Olivier Roy, G

Catches: L

Height: 6’0

Weight: 180

Born: 1991-07-12

Hometown: Amqui, PQ, CAN

Drafted: 2009 by Edmonton, 133rd overall







November 2013 - The Oilers traded Roy, along with Ladislav Smid, to Calgary for forward Roman Horak and prized goaltender Laurent Brossoit. Roy was off to a rocky start for OKC and is becoming a long shot to ever make the NHL. - Dobber



April 2013- The Oilers are well stocked with young players and have a legit goaltender in Devan Dubnyk but waiting in their pipeline is Roy, a goaltender who has been somewhat of an enigma so far. He is one of the most athletic goalies in North America and has shown an extremely strong glove hand. Roy needs to work on consistency and his confidence when going through tough stretches. Roy often loses focus mentally when things are rough. He needs to fight through things more and learn that the ups and downs that are all part of the development process. Has spent a significant amount of time in the ECHL which is concerning for a prospect at his point in development. However, when he is on his game, Olivier Roy can be a game breaker.  Bill Kellett


Fantasy Outlook: D+

He needs to make his mark in the Calgary farm system or risk being let go from the organization altogether.



Roy's progress with OKC:



Fantasy Prospects Report Notes (Any FPR's released in the last 18 months will not be listed here):

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