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    In this photo taken Thursday, April 15, 2015, Travis Roy poses in his apartment in downtown Boston. Roy grew into a hockey standout in his first 20 years. He turned 40 on Friday, April 17, and has spent almost half his life in a wheelchair as a paraplegic after slamming into the boards 11 seconds into his first shift for national champion Boston University. He’s regained little movement since then but has helped and inspired others with his motivational speaking and foundation that provides equipment for victims of paralysis. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

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    President of the Maine Class A coaches Association, Norm Gagne, poses with the Travis Roy Award winner, Noah Austin, who plays for Mt Ararat/Lisbon/ Morse/Hyde Academy.

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    Travis Roy of Yarmouth as a BU freshman in 1995. Roy jumped onto the ice for his first shift as a collegian on Oct. 20, 1995. Eleven seconds later, he was down on the ice, paralyzed after sliding head-first into the boards and severely damaging his spinal cord.

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    In this photo taken Thursday, April 15, 2015, Travis Roy poses in his apartment in downtown Boston. Roy grew into a hockey standout in his first 20 years. He turned 40 on Friday, April 17, and has spent almost half his life in a wheelchair as a paraplegic after slamming into the boards 11 seconds into his first shift for national champion Boston University. He’s regained little movement since then but has helped and inspired others with his motivational speaking and foundation that provides equipment for victims of paralysis. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

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    Travis Roy speaks to Anita Clark before he addressed the annual convention of the Maine Municipal Association in Augusta in 2015.

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    Travis Roy discusses his experiences with Erskine Acadamy students during a forum in 2003.

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    Race car driver Ricky Craven of Newburgh, Maine, right, talks with Travis Roy, left, and his dad, Lee, in the pits at Loudon, N.H., in 1998.

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    Travis Roy with mother and father, in 1995.

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    Travis Roy, on the deck of his home on Lake Champlain in Colchester, Vermont.

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    Travis Roy throws out the first pitch to Red Sox catcher Bill Haselman on April 13, 1996 at Fenway Park.

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    Travis Roy receives his honorary degree from BU, Doctor of Humane Letters, from President Robert A. Brown, right, on May 15, 2016.

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    Former Boston University hockey player Travis Roy Is pictured as he arrives at the first awards celebration known as "The Globies", held at the House of Blues on Landsdowne Street on Oct. 6, 2015.

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