Which team was Patrick Roy better on. Which part of his career did he shine the best? Now dont be bias to all of you Homer fans out there it isnt no contest by the way if you look at the stats you'll see it was pretty close. But use your common sense on this one not your heart. We all know Roy got traded in Dec. '95 from Montreal to Colorado. So here are his stats from each team. Montreal '85 to '95 and Colorado '95 to '03. Roy's Montreal record: 551 games. 289-175-66 Roy's Colorado record: 478 games. 262-140-65 Roy's Montreal playoff record: 70-42 Roy's Colorado playoff record: 81-52 Roy's Montreal career shutouts (season): 29 Roy's Colorado career shutouts (season): 37 Roy's Montreal awards: Conn Smythe Trophy '86, '93, Vezina Trophy '89, '90 and '92, First all-star team '89, '90, '92, Second all-star team '88, '91. Stanley Cup in '86 and '93. Roy's Colorado awards: Conn Smythe Trophy in '01, First all-star team in '02. Stanley Cup in '96 and '01. Best Montreal season: '88-89 WLT 33-5-6 GAA 2.47 (led league) Best Colorado season: '00-01 WLT 40-13-7 GAA 1.94 (led league) So there you have it. How do you remember him best as? If you look at his stats you'd have to give the edge to the Avs in the regular season but come playoff time I'd take Montreal. Also if you look at his hardware from when he was in Montreal he was a Vezina winner three times. None in Colorado just once a first team all-star. Two Cups in each team but a Conn Smythe twice for Montreal. For the record though he was no slouch in '96 either, the only year he never won a Smythe. To me he was a better Hab, but some people may disagree so lets hear it. To me I remember his '93 playoff run and I cant see anytime he was in Colorado that he did something that good. Oh and by the way as for both teams he was on some very, very good Habs teams too so dont just say he was only good cause the Avs were.