NHL worst plays of all-time: Roy left in for nine goals | Steve’s Dang-Its

On this episode of NHL’s Worst Plays Of All-Time, Steve Dangle takes a look back at one of the most infamous games in Montreal Canadiens history. The game in which head coach Mario Tremblay decided to leave Patrick Roy in net for nine straight goals against the Detroit Red Wings. That game would be the last Roy ever played for the Habs after demanding a trade.

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