Hockey Brawler's Pop Gets Queasy
Most every hockey fan enjoys the clash of a few goons, but imagine how the goons' parents feel. Here's an article about Boca Raton resident Gilles Roy, a project manager for a South Florida construction firm, who can hardly bear to watch his son in action.
``Nobody in their right mind who loves their children wants to see them in this type of predicament. You don't want them to get hurt.
``Every time they fight, I just cringe. My stomach gets very tense. I'm very nervous. I don't like to see it.''
Here's his son, Calgary Flames winger Andre Roy (pronounced "wah"), in a bout last month against Anaheim Ducks enforcer George Parros, owner of the league's most bitchin' 'stache:
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