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Andrew Raycroft

34-Year-Old Goalie – Free Agent

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There was no outlook written for Andrew Raycroft in 2014-15. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.

SHOOTS: Left   HT: 6' 1"   WT: 178   DOB: 5/4/1980   BORN: Belleville, Ontario   DRAFTED: 5th Rd, #135 Overall in 1998   Show ContractHide Contract

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Andrew Raycroft Contract Information:

Signed a two-year, $1.3 million deal with the Stars in July of 2010.

July 4, 2012  –  Andrew Raycroft News

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Raycroft will play for Italy's Milano Rossoblu this coming season, NHL.com reports.

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Season Age League Team GP W L OTL SO GAA GA SA SV SV%
2005-06 25 30 8 19 2 0 3.70 100 824 724 .879
2006-07 26 72 37 25 9 2 2.99 205 1931 1726 .894
2007-08 27 19 2 9 5 1 3.91 63 509 446 .876
2008-09 28 31 12 16 0 0 3.13 90 836 746 .892
2009-10 29 21 9 5 1 1 2.42 39 438 399 .911
2010-11 30 NHL DAL 19 8 5 0 2 2.83 40 446 406 .910
2011-12 31 NHL DAL 10 2 8 0 0 3.52 31 303 272 .898

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2011-12 52:56 4:13

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Andrew Raycroft: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Raycroft cleared waivers and was assigned to AHL Texas on Thursday, according to the Stars' official Twitter page.

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Raycroft will be placed on waivers, the Dallas Morning News reports.

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Raycroft stopped 11 of 12 shots in relief of Richard Bachman during Monday's loss to St. Louis.

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Raycroft gave up five goals on 25 shots through two periods before being removed from the game Thursday in San Jose.

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Raycroft will be in net when the Stars take on the Sharks Thursday, according to ESPN Dallas.

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Raycroft's fine string of starts ended with a thud Saturday as the visiting Islanders hung five goals on him on just 27 shots (.815) to take a 5-4 win.

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Raycroft will start Saturday against the Islanders, according to ESPN Dallas.

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Raycroft won his second straight start Thursday night, stopping 33 of 35 shots en route to a 3-2 win over Ottawa. It was his third straight start since taking over as the No. 1 in Dallas while Kari Lehtonen recovers from a groin problem.

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Raycroft will continue to sub for the injured Kari Lehtonen on Thursday, according to ESPN Dallas.

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Raycroft made 35 saves on 36 shots as he picked up a win against Colorado on Monday.

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Raycroft will face the Avalanche on Monday night for the Stars, according to Mark Stepneski of Dallas ESPN.

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Raycroft's teammate Kari Lehtonen was placed on IR with a groin injury Sunday, the Stars' official Twitter feed reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014-15

There was no outlook written for Andrew Raycroft.

2011-12

Raycroft entered the season in a pretty good spot for a backup, sitting right behind the oft-injured Kari Lehtonen, but was limited to just 19 games as Lehtonen remained healthy for the most part. He'll serve in the same capacity again this season.

2010-11

Raycroft signed a two-year deal with Dallas in the offseason and will serve as the backup to oft-injured Kari Lehtonen. He could end up as one of the busier backups in the league if Lehtonen gets injured again, but he'll be playing behind a poor Dallas defense and doesn't figure to post great goals-against average or win totals as a result.

2009-10

Raycroft was brought to Vancouver to compete for the backup goaltending job. After losing starting gigs in Toronto and Colorado the past two seasons, Raycroft appears to be best served as a reserve. Unfortunately, he'll be backing up Roberto Luongo, who starts 70+ games when healthy.

2008-09

After a miserable 2007-08 season in Toronto, the Avalanche are hoping that Raycroft can bounce back the same way Jose Theodore did for them last year. Colorado goalie coach Jeff Hackett worked wonders with Theodore last season and is an old teammate of Raycroft's in Boston. The competition between Raycroft and Peter Budaj needs to be watched throughout training camp, as the winner will surely hold fantasy value in the 2008-09 season. However, we expect Razor to wind up as the Avs' number two netminder this season.

2007-08

Razor set a new franchise record for wins this past season with 37 (ninth in the NHL) but quite simply failed to be the difference maker when it mattered the most. He allowed too many soft goals and was yanked not once, but twice in the last five games of the season when the Buds were desperate to win that eighth and final playoff spot. The arrival of Vesa Toskala and the team's subsequent extension of the former Shark's contract pretty much relegate Razor to the back-up role. Sure, he might get 30 games but that's not enough for fantasy teams (except those with daily transactions). A trade might be in the offing but even that's a stretch -- no-one bit when the Leafs dangled him over the summer. Draft as a back-up only.

2006-07

The NHL’s reigning Calder Cup winner as rookie of the year heading into ’05-’06, Raycroft had a season bad enough to have created the idea of a sophomore slump if one hadn’t existed before. He struggled, lost his job, won it back, lost it again and got hurt, before getting traded to Toronto on draft day. He enters the season as the Leafs’ #1 goalie, but they have plenty of depth in goal with J-S Aubin and Mikael Tellqvist and Raycroft did not have much of a prospect pedigree before his big rookie season. He could regain his form, but he could be another Bruins one-year wonder like Jim Carrey – Raycroft is too big a risk to draft as a starting fantasy goalie.

2005-06

Razor was supposed to back up Felix Potvin in 2003-04 but quickly rose to number one with an Calder trophy winning performance. Calm and cool under pressure, this athletic goalie will continue to perform well for the Bruins. However, he will be pushed by uber-prospect Hannu Toivonen who could force Razor out of Boston sooner than some people think. If your pool counts wins in addition to goals-against average and save percentage, Razor is your man and will come cheaper than the top-shelf guys.