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Raycroft was a standup goalie

He plays well but doesn't earn win

By Ron Indrisano
Globe Staff / April 20, 2004

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It wasn't the goaltender's fault. Rookie Andrew Raycroft gave up one "unlucky" goal as the Canadiens defeated the Bruins, 2-0, at the FleetCenter last night to clinch the quarterfinal playoff series, four games to three. He was strong throughout the series, making 24 stops in Game 7. So, don't blame him. (Full Article: 614 Words)

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