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Rookie Year: 2003-04
Andrew Raycroft is the NHL's prototypical one-hit wonder, but his 15 minutes of fame were nonetheless spectacular.
On his way to 29 victories, Raycroft posted the third-best save percentage (.926) among goalies who started a majority of their team's games. As a result, he became the eighth Bruin to win the Calder Trophy.
Unfortunately, the netminder's early success was not followed by a sparkling career. Following the season-long 2004-05 lockout, he played just 30 more games for the Bruins. Winning only eight of those games, he fell behind Tim Thomas and Hannu Toivonen on the depth chart.
In 2006, He was traded to the Maple Leafs for current Bruins netminder Tuukka Rask, and he struggled through six more NHL seasons split among Toronto, Colorado, Vancouver and Dallas.