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Roy opened the scoring Saturday with a power-play marker against Edmonton. The Oilers pulled away late to take a 7-2 win.
The Stars have traded Roy to the Canucks for a second-round draft pick and Kevin Connauton, TSN.ca reports.
Roy posted a goal and an assist in Saturday's 5-2 win over Colorado. He left the game briefly after taking a puck off his foot late in the first, but returned to start the second period.
Roy received a maintenance day Tuesday to rest his bothered groin, starsinsideedge.com reports.
Roy scored his first goal since Feb. 6 -- and just his second of the year -- and added an assist in Tuesday's OT win over Columbus.
Roy assisted on two of the three goals Dallas scored in Friday's win over Anaheim, giving him four points in three games since his return from a groin injury.
Roy (groin) will play Monday against the Avalanche, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Roy (groin) skated Tuesday but remains questionable to return Friday against the Coyotes, the Dallas Morning News reports.
The Stars placed Roy (groin) on IR on Monday, Mark Stepneski of the Stars' official website reports.
Roy (shoulder) has been cleared to play, Mark Stepneski of the Stars' official site reports.
Roy (shoulder) is nearly 100 percent recovered from surgery and is expected to join the AHL Texas Stars for workouts, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Roy (shoulder) is on track to return to the Stars' lineup in November as he is recovering from offseason shoulder surgery, according to NHL.com.
Roy will be out until November after undergoing shoulder surgery, the Dallas Morning News reports.
The Stars have acquired Roy from Buffalo in exchange for Steve Ott and Adam Pardy, the team's official site reports.
Sabres' GM Darcy Regier expects Roy to return next season, reports The Buffalo News. Roy is entering the final year of a six-year contract he signed in the summer of 2007.
Roy told the media that the torn quad he suffered in December 2010 affected his underwhelming 2011-12 campaign, according to Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News.
Roy scored twice, including the overtime winner in Tuesday's 6-5 victory over Toronto, ending a seven-game goal drought.
Though he dealt with migraines Friday night, Roy will play Saturday against the Leafs, Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News reports.
Roy is expected to suit up for Friday's home date with the Penguins, reports Sabres.com. He had sat out practice Wednesday with an illness.
Roy missed Wednesday's practice due to what seems to be an illness, The Buffalo News reports. "Derek wasn't feeling well," coach Lindy Ruff said. "He may have a touch of the flu."
Roy notched two assists in Wednesday's 3-0 win over Montreal after sitting out the morning skate.
Roy's goal in Saturday's shootout loss to the Panthers was his first tally in nine games and just his 15th of the season.
Two assists in Tuesday's win over the Islanders gives Roy seven points in the last four games.
Roy has two goals in the team's last 12 games, marking the longest slump of his career in Buffalo.
Roy snapped a seven-game goal slump with his 10th of the season in Saturday's SO win over the Islanders.
Roy went minus-7 over the team's recent five-game road trip, had no points over the final four games, and got demoted to the fourth line for the first two periods Saturday because coach Lindy Ruff was furious when Roy didn't lay out to block Tobias Enstrom's shot while killing a penalty Thursday in Winnipeg, The Buffalo News reports.
According to Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News Roy (upper body) is back in for Friday's game against the Leafs.
Roy missed his second straight game Tuesday night as he still deals with an upper body injury.
Roy (upper body) was on the ice in a non-contact jersey Monday, Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News reports.
Coach Lindy Ruff says Roy is out "more than days" with an upper body injury, according to John Vogl of The Buffalo News.
Roy grabbed a goal and an assist in Monday's shootout win over Montreal, giving him 10 points in the last six games.