Nicolas Roy was born to parents Nick Roy and Lisa Laplante on 5 February 1997. Nick and Lisa went to the public University in Quebec City Canada.

The NHL star and his family have a history of hockey involvement, as his sister played on a women's hockey team and had a brief stint in the game.

While playing in the QMAAA, Nick and Lisa were present to support their son as he was named the unanimous first-overall choice in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) draft.

Similarly, Roy, who currently plays for the Vegas Golden Knights, was selected 96th overall by the Carolina Hurricanes in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft.

Amid this, he made his international debut with Team Canada Quebec at the 2014 U17 World Hockey Challenge. In 2015, he was chosen to Team Canada's final roster ahead of the 2015 IIHF World U18 Championship, where he helped them win the bronze medal.

Nicolas Roy Parents Nick And Lisa Roy

Nicolas Roy parents Nick and Lisa Laplante Roy raised him in Amos Quebec. Lisa attended the University of Laval in Quebec. 

His mom and dad are prominent users of social media and have shared several pictures of their son and his hockey career. Among the shots, the majority of the highlighted images were of Nicolas' 2013 QMJHL Draft and his entry-level contract with the Carolina Hurricanes in 2015.

Roy and his mom Lisa at Saguenéens de Chicoutimi in June 2013
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Likewise, Nick and Lisa's Facebook page includes posts about philanthropic efforts as well as news on their son's accomplishments. 

Furthermore, there has been speculation that Nicolas is related to Hall of Fame goalkeeper Patrick Roy. In any case, they are unrelated because Patrick has three children of his own: Jonathan, Frederick, and Jana, whom he shares with his ex-wife, Michèle Piuze.

Well, the assumption may have arisen due to their similar surnames and shared careers in the hockey world.

His Father Nick Roy

Nicolas and his father, Nick Roy, share a special father-son relationship. His dad Nick works as an educator at Amos School. 

Roy's dad Nick Roy uploaded his image in November 2022
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Conversely, his dad claimed before the QMJHL draft that if his son were taken first overall by the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles at the 2013 QMJHL Draft, they would consider alternative options if his rights were not swapped to a Quebec team.

As per yahoo sports, one of the reasons for this was Roy's desire to enroll in a local CEGEP.

Nicolas Roy Sibling Melina Roy

Roy is not the only hockey player in his family. His sister Melina played hockey and represented Team Quebec in the 2012 National Women Under-18 Championship.

Melina was named student-athlete of the year at Cegep Saint-Laurent for two years in a row (2014–2015). She then earned her BASc degree from the University of Ottawa, where she was also captain of the Gee-Gees Women's Hockey Team.

Roy with his sister, Melina when he was selected by the Carolina Hurricanes in the 4th round in 2015
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Similarly, Roy interned at Agnico Eagle Mines Limited and the Department of National Defense throughout her mechanical engineering studies, according to her LinkedIn page. 

Furthermore, before beginning her permanent role as an Application Specialist at Shapeshift 3D, she worked as a Product Development Engineering Intern at Bauer Hockey for about four months.

Roy Family Onsite To Support Him

Roy of the Golden Knights had unbelievable composure in scoring a dream goal in Montreal in front of his family in 2021.

Among the hundreds of red-clad Canadiens supporters sitting in stunned silence was a small group sporting Golden Knights jerseys with the number 10 emblazoned on the back.

Roy trip to beautiful landscape with his father, mother, and partner in October 2021
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It was Roy's dad and mom, Nick and Lisa, his sister Mélina, and his father-in-law, mother-in-law, and brother-in-law.

Roy's family shouted, hugged, and high-fived as he was surrounded by teammates in joy. His family was fortunate to be onsite during the Sunday night game in July 2021 to watch him fulfill his childhood ambition, as reported by The Athletic