Goaltender Tim Thomas is slated to take a $2 million pay cut in 2012-13, the final year of his contract with the Boston Bruins. Lately, he has already endured a downturn in save percentage and winning percentage, which some observers are swift to attribute to a concomitant flurry of off-ice controversy. The credibility of those claims is difficult to buy, especially with the added knowledge that Thomas has harbored a less-than-team-oriented attitude since he became a full-time NHL starter in 2006-07.
2011Stanley Cup Finals: Is Tim Thomas Playoff MVP Even If Bruins Lose Series? Boston Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas has been the best player in the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals, and deserves to win the Conn Smythe award as playoff MVP even... Read Post
The Boston Bruins have won the Stanley Cup for the first time since 1972, beating the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 in Game 7 of the finals. Tim Thomas capped a spectacular playoff run with 37 saves in the Canucks' hostile home arena, and P... Read Post