VIDEO: Frederick Roy throws temper tantrum at Spengler Cup

Frederick Roy, son of NHL Hall of Fame goaltender and current Colorado Avalanche head coach Patrick Roy, flipped out presumably because his team was down 5-0 and on its way to a loss. 

After being ejected from the Spengler Cup game, Roy went on a tirade as described by Simon Cliche of Le Journal de Quebec (via Google Translate): "With 15 seconds left in the game and his team trailing the Eagles 5-0 to Geneva-Servette, Roy tried to attack an opponent..."

Roy was given an instigator penalty which ejected him from the game according to IIHF rules and began to destroy everything in his path. 

Video or it didn't happen?

Even more comforting? Roy plays for the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League and his brother Jonathan Roy was in some hot water for this fight with the Quebec Remparts of the QMJHL.

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VIDEO: Frederick Roy throws temper tantrum at Spengler Cup
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