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A new Leaf: Raycroft is ready to start over

By Nancy Marrapese-Burrell
Globe Staff / June 30, 2006

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By his own admission, the 2005-06 season was a frustrating and fruitless campaign for Andrew Raycroft. After winning the Calder Trophy in 2003-04 as the top rookie in the NHL, Raycroft went from the lockout to Murphy's Law, where everything that could've gone wrong seemed to. (Full article: 571 words)

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