Patrick Roy was the biggest and loudest superstar among 1990s-era goalies. He was the total package - skilled, smart, clutch, innovative and, of course, cocky. He won four Stanley Cups, two apiece in Montreal and Colorado, while helping popularize the now-ubiquitous butterfly style. This is his story.
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