Patrick Roy takes a gatorade shower after winning the Memorial Cup!

Patrick Roy takes a gatorade shower after winning the Memorial Cup!

The legendary NHL goaltender added to his trophy cabinet on Sunday, winning the Memorial Cup as a head coach.

Jonathan Larivee

Although he last coached in the National Hockey League during the 2015-16 season as the head coach of the Colorado Avalanche, NHL legend Patrick Roy has never given up on his dream of being a successful head coach in the sport of hockey.

Since leaving the NHL, Roy has been a successful coach in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League for his team, the Quebec Remparts, and that success translated to a major championship over the weekend. On Sunday, Roy and the Remparts faced off against the Seattle Thunderbirds in the Memorial Cup Final and emerged victorious from that game.

Roy and his team outclassed the opposition in what was something of an upset, especially when you consider the final score of 5-0 for the Remparts. It was a huge moment for Roy and his young team, a young team that thanked their head coach by dousing him with a gatorade shower while he was being interviewed after the big win.

Roy clearly loved every second of it as he couldn't keep a smile off his face and he even had a great line for the interviewer after being soaked with gatorade.

"It's the second time with that suit anyway," said a smiling Patrick Roy.

What the moment really meant to the former NHL goaltender though was captured in his words about the young men on his team. When asked how he would like to celebrate with the trophy, Roy dodged the question and instead insisted that the moment was all about his players and not about him.

Congratulations to Patrick Roy and the Quebec Remparts on a hard fought victory.