Found May 01, 2012 on New England Sports React:
PLAYERS: Tim ThomasTuukka Rask
TEAMS: Boston Bruins

With the Boston Bruins first round exit from the playoffs and Tim Thomas’ mediocre play; many believe the Bruins will trade the 38 year old netminder.  Personally as long as they get quality players in return, I have no problem with the Bruins trading Thomas.  He is 38 and is nearing the end of his career.  Also Tuukka Rask is a very good goalie and will only get better with more experience.  I believe it is time for a change in net for the Bruins, and hopefully we can get a first line goal scorer for Thomas.  Do you think we should trade Timmy?

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