The Patriots are known to experiment with players, and they have had their share of troublemakers. Think of Randy Moss, Aaron Hernandez, and Josh Gordon. These players were in no way an easy task to handle.
So when Antonio Brown, arguably one of the best wide receivers in the game today, became available, it made sense for the Patriots to jump on him.
Andrew Raycroft may go down in history as one of the Bruins’ most underrated goalies. As a rookie in the 2003-2004 season, Raycroft held a 29-18-9 record with a .926 save percentage. This ultimately won him the Calder Memorial Trophy.Read More