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Canadian Press
Jan 21, 2007, 8:04 PM EST

QUEBEC (CP) - Former NHL all-star goalie Patrick Roy says he is questioning his future with the major junior hockey team he co-owns and coaches following claims he was involved in a shoving match.

Saguenay police are investigating a complaint that Roy, who coaches the Quebec City Remparts of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, shoved a representative of the Chicoutimi Sagueneens following a game pitting the two teams Friday night in Chicoutimi, north of Quebec City.

Roy denied Sunday that he did anything wrong following the game Friday.

"From my part and the part of the Remparts, we have absolutely nothing to feel guilty about in this incident," he told a brief news conference following a Remparts game at the Pepsi Colisee.

According to police, the incident happened after about 50 fans of the Chicoutimi Sagueneens prevented the visiting Remparts players from boarding their team bus after a Friday night game.

Roy said he avoided giving his version of events earlier because he felt he was "suffering prejudice on the part of the media."

The four-time Stanley Cup champion added that the weekend's events "put into question my future at the junior level."

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