Remparts goalie Jonathan Roy, son of former Montreal Canadiens goalie Patrick Roy, beats Saguenéens goaltender Bobby Nadeau in Chicoutimi on March 22, 2008. Roy was suspended for seven games by the QMJHL and charged with assault. Photograph by: Roger Gagnon, Gazette file photo
Jonathan Roy Pleads Guilty In Hockey Assault Trial -- CBC
A former junior hockey player charged with assault after a violent fight during a game pleaded guilty Wednesday in Saguenay, Que., as his trial was about to begin.
Jonathan Roy, a former goaltender for the Quebec Remparts, was charged following a brawl with opponent Bobby Nadeau during a 2008 junior hockey league game.
Roy's father, former Montreal Canadiens goalie Patrick Roy, is the Remparts head coach and owner.
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