Mathieu Roy

D / Tampa Bay Lightning / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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  • Lightning Bring In Roy

    News: The Lightning signed Mathieu Roy on Tuesday, according to NHL.com.
    Analysis: The 26-year-old is coming back to the NHL after spending this season in the German Elite League. He's not a point-getter by any means, though he could be a super-cheap source of penalty minutes if the Lightning decides to give him some time as they play out the string for three final games.
  • 'Canes Sign Roy

    News: Mathieu Roy has signed a two-way deal with Carolina, Jeff Marek of CBC.ca reports.
    Analysis: He'll battle for a roster spot in camp and afford Carolina blue-line flexibility in that he can be sent to the AHL if he doesn't stick with the big club.
  • Bolts Recall Roy

    News: The Lightning recalled Roy from AHL Norfolk on Thursday, the Tampa Tribune reports.
    Analysis: Roy seems to be an emergency recall more than anything else, since the Bolts are somewhat uncertain about Victor Hedman's status for Thursday's game against the Flyers. Roy's stay with the Lightning might be a short one.
  • Bolts Reassign Roy to AHL

    News: Roy has been reassigned to the AHL.
    Analysis: He got in one game with the Bolts; he picked up a minor penalty in 9:22 of ice time.
  • Lightning Recall Roy

    News: The Lightning recalled Roy from AHL Norfolk on Monday, the Tampa Tribune's Erik Erlendsson reports.
    Analysis: Tampa is dealing with a few injuries to its blue line, so Roy will add an extra body to the mix. He had eight points (two goals, six assists) and 14 penalty minutes in nine AHL games this season.
  • Jackets send Roy to Florida for Rust

    News: The Blue Jackets have traded D Mathieu Roy to the Panthers for C Matt Rust.
    Analysis: Roy has played a career-high 31 games this season for Columbus, with 10 assists to show for it. The 26-year-old shouldn't see any kind of boost in Fantasy value with this move, so continue to ignore him in all formats. Rust is finishing up his junior year at the University of Michigan, where he has 32 points in 37 games this season. He has no Fantasy value at this time.
  • M. Roy clears waivers, sent to AHL

    News: Blue Jackets D Mathieu Roy has cleared waivers and been sent to the AHL.
    Analysis: Roy was filling in for the injured Rostislav Klesla while up in Columbus and had a decent 10 assists in 31 games. Continue to ignore him in all Fantasy formats.
  • Jackets place Roy on waivers

    News: The Blue Jackets have waived D Mathieu Roy with the intention of sending him to the AHL.
    Analysis: Roy was filling in for the injured Rostislav Klesla while up in Columbus and had a decent 10 assists in 31 games. Continue to ignore him in all Fantasy formats.
  • M. Roy pops up with pair of assists

    News: Blue Jackets D Mathieu Roy assisted twice in Monday's win over the Blues, giving him eight points on the season.
    Analysis: Roy has been filling in for the injured Rostislav Klesla, but hasn't done much offensively. Continue to ignore Roy in all Fantasy formats.
  • Roy called up by Columbus

    News: The Blue Jackets have placed Rostislav Klesla on injured reserve after the defenseman sustained a lower body injury in a game against St. Louis. Blue Jackets general manager Scott Howson announced the move on Tuesday. Klesla was injured in a mid-ice collision with the Blues' Barret Jackman during the first period of the Blue Jackets' 5-2 victory Monday night. He is believed to have torn a groin muscle and is expected to be sidelined for at least a month. Klesla lay on the ice for 5 minutes and did not put any weight on his left leg when he was helped off. Columbus brought up defenseman Mathieu Roy from the team's AHL affiliate in Syracuse to replace Klesla.
    Analysis: The injury comes at a bad time for Klesla, who has three assists in his last six games. The last thing he wants to deal with is another injury after playing just 34 games last season due to various ailments. Klesla remains more of a low-end Fantasy option when healthy. He also has value in leagues that reward heavily for short-handed stats. He should obviously be benched in all formats until he is able to return.
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