Raycroft-Razor Re-Sharpened

Posted: 6th November 2009 by Louis Pisano in NHL
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Andrew Raycroft seems to be rejuvenated after being shuffled around the league and is playing the game the way he did in his rookie year where he was awarded the Calder Trophy with the Boston Bruins. This acquisition is paying dividends for the Canucks with the injury to their number one goal tender and captain Roberto Luongo. Raycroft has played in seven of 17 games for the Vancouver Canucks this year with five of those being starts in which he has posted a 4-1 record, including a shut out of the red-hot Colorado Avalanche team he played for the season previous. His save percentage is .936, good for second overall and having only given up nine goals, his goals against average is a miniscule 1.60. Many Leafs fans must be wondering where this stellar play was when he was wearing the blue an ...

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