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Andrew Raycroft

Born:May 4, 1980Draft:1998 Bruins, 135th Overall
Hometown:Belleville, ON, CANPosition:G
Known For:Calder Trophy (2004)Catches:Left
National Team:Canada

Andrew Joseph Ernest Raycroft (born May 4, 1980) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey goaltender. Originally drafted by the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League (NHL) 135th overall in 1998, he won the Calder Memorial Trophy with the club in 2004 as rookie of the year. Raycroft has also played for the Toronto Maple LeafsColorado AvalancheVancouver CanucksDallas Stars, Hockey Milano Rossoblu and IF Björklöven.

Since 2014, he has been a volunteer assistant coach for the University of Connecticut’s men’s hockey team. Raycroft is currently a studio analyst for the Boston Bruins broadcasts on NESN and a host on the hockey podcast Breaking The Ice.

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Andrew Raycroft (Photo: Jouko Laru)

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Achievements

  • CHL First All-Star Team — 1999-00
  • CHL Goaltender of the Year — 1999-00
  • OHL Best SVS% (.924) — 1999-00
  • OHL Goaltender of the Year — 1999-00
  • OHL Most Outstanding Player (Red Tilson Trophy) — 1999-00
  • NHL All-Rookie Team — 2003-04
  • NHL Rookie of the Month (January) — 2003-04
  • NHL Rookie of the Year (Calder Trophy) — 2003-04
  • NHL YoungStars Roster — 2003-04

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