Former Montreal Canadiens head coach Jacques Demers has said that he owes his Stanley Cup ring to Patrick Roy and most Habs fans agree that without Roy's heroics in 1986 and 1993, the Canadiens would have two less Cup banners hanging in the rafters in Montreal. Patrick's exceptional play in the spring of 1993 after the Canadiens fell behind 2-0 in their opening round series against arch rival Quebec will never be forgotten and his ten consecutive wins in overtime games is one of his records that will likely never be equaled. Patrick's CCM red knit Canadiens road jersey has the CCM and NHL logos embroidered into the rear hem while a Maska Ultrafil tag is in the neck beside a fly tag that indicates size 56. The classic Canadiens crest, the numbers on the back and sleeves and "ROY" on the nameplate are all in tackle twill and sewn-on. The Stanley Cup centennial patch that the L.A. Kings and Canadiens wore during the Cup finals is sewn on the right breast. The jersey does not show any marks, burns or team repairs so we cannot claim that it's a game worn Roy jersey. However, Canadiens equipment manager Eddie Palchak informs that Roy wore a number of jerseys through the playoffs and that he always had a backup sweater ready in the dressing room. This is likely the jersey that hung in his stall during the finals for it was in the set of Cup finals game worn jerseys we obtained from a high-ranking Montreal Canadiens executive. The jersey does show handling by the team as tagging in the neck shows that it was laundered. In outstanding condition, the jersey will be a coveted and special addition to a Roy/Canadiens/jersey collection. Patrick Roy wrote another chapter to his legendary story with his second Stanley Cup and second Conn Smythe trophy in 1993.