Manage episode 272691410 series 2712134
Former NHL goaltender Tim Thomas led the Boston Bruins to the 2011 Stanley Cup and won the Conn Smythe Award in the process. The 2-time Vezina Award Winner (Best Goaltender) & 2-time All-star won over 200 games in just 305 career starts.
From his hockey roots Thomas’ story is a unique one with highs and lows. Tim opens up about why he declined to visit the White House with the Bruins in 2012, what fellow Vermont Catamount helped him win the ’11 Stanley Cup & for the first time gets into the health issues that took him away from the game he loves.
Plus, Tripp answers listener questions!
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