Monday, April 11, 2011
Tim Thomas Ends Historic Season
What a season it has been for the Bruin's goaltender Tim Thomas. Thomas posted career numbers for himself as well as setting the all-time single season save percentage record, posting an astonishing .938. Thomas also averaged giving up 2.00 goals per game for the season and recorded 9 shutouts in what should his second Vezina winning season. It was a tremendous season for the 36 year old goalie and it will be remembered for a long time.
In other news, the Bruins played Tuukka Rask in the finals against the New Jersey Devils, which the bruins dropped 3-2. Even coming off the loss the Bruins have a decent amount of momentum heading into the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, when Thomas looks to continue his dominant ways in net.
Posted by Mr. Wilson at 11:10 AM