#7 Eric Roy

Career Stats

Career Notes: Roy is in his fourth year as a pro. A native of Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan, the 6-foot-3, 210-pound blueliner is a former fifth round draft pick (#135) of the Calgary Flames in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. He turned pro in 2015-16, where he helped Allen to a Kelly Cup title. In 52 games during his rookie campaign, he tallied 30 points (14g, 16a) and added 21 points (5g, 16a) in 23 playoff games. Roy has played 170 games for the Americans, piling up 101 points (42g, 39a) over his pro career.

Prior to turning pro, Roy played a four-year career for the Western Hockey League’s Brandon Wheat Kings. He served as an alternate captain in 2013-14 and 2014-15. His best year statistically came in 2011-12, where he registered 53 points (11g, 42a) in 69 games. Overall, he appeared in 322 games for the Wheat Kings where he finished with 200 points (48g, 152a). He also appeared in the CHL Top Prospects Game in 2012-13.