Former NHL Goalie | NESN Studio Analyst
Andrew Raycroft had a very successful fourteen (14) year career in the NHL as a goalie for many contending teams. He helped lead the Boston Bruins to a second-place finish in the regular season of the Eastern Conference en route to the 2004 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Raycroft's hard work paid off as he was awarded the Calder Memorial Trophy that year as league rookie of the year. After announcing his retirement in 2014, Andrew was a volunteer Assistant Coach with the University of Connecticut Huskies Men's Ice Hockey Team and has now transitioned to Boston Bruins Studio Analyst on the New England Sports Network.
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