“It is with heavy hearts that we mourn the passing of Travis Roy,” @BUAthletics said in a statement. “His story is the epitome of inspiration and courage, and he was a role model and a hero to so many people. His legacy will last forever..." https://t.co/ow1DADKHFo
Countless conversations, emails, texts with my friend. He just loved to talk hockey. Frozen in that chair always tightened my chest with sadness. But, he became a pass first human improving the life of many with his grit and relentlessness. Travis Roy was 45. Skate again, my man. pic.twitter.com/nuiMCffDEa
Sad news tonight. Travis Roy, a Mainer who inspired millions after a tragic accident in his first shift on the ice for Boston University has died. Roy, who grew up in Yarmouth and attended NYA became a driving force in raising awareness and money for paralysis causes.