Patrick Roy has stated that he is interested in the post of general manager of the Montreal Canadiens left vacant following the departure of Marc Bergevin. “Would I have any interest?” Obviously. But at the same time I am aware that it is a process and that there are several very good candidates who are going to be in contention. But if someone calls me, I’m sure I’ll listen, ”Roy told TVA Sports and Radio-Canada on the sidelines of the Quebec Remparts training session on Tuesday. The former No. 33 of the Habs, however, said in the same breath that he was not contacted to probe his interest in the position. “Decisions were made at the end of the week, and if the phone rings, it will ring, otherwise we will continue to do what we are doing, it is not more complicated than that”, he added. On Monday, the president and owner of the Canadiens, Geoff Molson, said he was not offered a third long-term contract to Bergevin, as the team is having a disastrous start to the season.