Arriving in Colorado, Roy would regain All-Star form and was the Goalie that brought the Avalanche their first Stanley Cup. Roy won all 16 Games in those playoffs and recorded three shutouts. While he was not at the same level he was in Montreal, Roy would finish in the top five in Vezina Trophy voting five times, including his last three years in the NHL. Roy would win 262 Games in Colorado, and in 2000-01, he would win the Conn Smythe Trophy and took the Avs to their second Stanley Cup Championship. The year after, Roy would be named a First Team All-Star and would also win the William M. Jennings Award. The Goalie would also play in five All-Star Games as a member of the Avalanche.He would enter the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2006, his first year of eligibility.