BETTING À DAY
The president of the Quebec Remparts, Jacques Tanguay, and the general manager and head coach of the team, Patrick Roy, will meet the media next Monday. It could be a question of the future of the former goalkeeper, who said he wanted to think about it in June.
The heartbreaking elimination of the Red Devils against the Shawinigan Cataractes in half -Quebec Major Junior Hockey League playoff final seemed to affect Roy. The Remparts maintained the Courteau circuit's best record in the regular season in 2021-2022 with a record of 51-15-2.
The 56-year-old said in early June that he wanted to s sure the fire was still burning inside. He had explained that he wanted to be at peace with his decision, whatever it was. Roy was also involved in the hiring process to fill the general manager position at the Montreal Canadiens during the year.
“Casseau” was in the third season of his second stint at the helm of the Quebec team. He led the Remparts from 2005 to 2013 before accepting the position of head coach of the Colorado Avalanche for three campaigns. He made a comeback with the Red Devils in 2018-2019.