Roy, an undrafted 19 year old, lit the lamp 54 times this year, adding 50 assists in all but one of the Stars 60 regular season games. 104 point is the highest ever in the USHL's 10 year history, and just 3 off the United States Tier I record set by Paul Young in 1989.
He was first in plus minus, power play points and had the second most game winning goals, while becoming the first tier I player to ever reach the 50 goal mark.
Guy attended the USHL's top prospect game earlier this year and had a chance to watch Roy and talk to his Stars coach about him. He told us the same thing Hockey Canada head scout Kevin Prendergast told me this week during the Mastercard Memorial Cup, that Roy reminds them both of former Colorado College Tiger Jaden Schwartz, which is pretty high praise. Like Schwartz did, Roy could suit up for Team Canada at the World Junior Championship. I think you will see Roy make the trip to Russia with Hockey Canada this year so they can get a look at him before he heads off to college.