Tim Thomas

G / Dallas Stars / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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    • Stars Will Not Make Contract Offer To Thomas

      News: The Stars announced Tuesday that they will not make a contract offer to Tim Thomas, Dallas Morning News.
      Analysis: Tim Thomas is 40-years old and started the season in Florida before being traded to Dallas where he spent time as Kari Lehtonen's back-up. He finished the season with 48 games played, a 2.88 goals against, and a .908 save percentage.
    • Dallas' Thomas Struggling For U.S. At Worlds

      News: Tim Thomas allowed three goals on 25 shots to Kazakhstan on Friday, as the U.S. pulled out a 4-3 overtime win at the 2014 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship.
      Analysis: Tim Thomas has allowed 17 goals in five games with a save percentage of .852. Outside of Russia - against whom he was pulled after allowing five goals on 15 shots - the competition hasn't been outstanding, which doesn't bode well for the U.S. team.
    • Stars' Thomas Pulled Against Russia At Worlds

      News: Tim Thomas allowed five goals on 15 shots before getting pulled in a loss to Team Russia at the World Championships on Monday.
      Analysis: Tim Thomas had played well in his first two starts, though they were against lesser teams.
    • Stars' Thomas Starting In Net For Team USA

      News: Tim Thomas has started both Team USA games so far in the IIHF World Championship, allowing a total of three goals with a save percentage of .940.
      Analysis: It looks like Tim Thomas is America's guy for the tournament unless his performance takes a bad turn. The Americans have won both of their games, but they were against a weak Belarus team and a surprisingly solid Swiss team. Their first real challenge comes Monday against Team Russia, led by Alexander Ovechkin.
    • Thomas Relieves Lehtonen In Stars' Road Loss

      News: Tim Thomas saw limited duty in Friday's 6-2 loss at Anaheim, replacing starter Kari Lehtonen in the third period after Lehtonen proved ineffective. Thomas allowed a soft goal by being out of position in one of only two shots he faced in 14:38 of crease time.
      Analysis: Once upon a time, Tim Thomas was money in the bank. After this outing, he'll likely be glued to the end of the bench for the rest of this series.
    • Stars' Thomas Stops 29 In Loss

      News: Tim Thomas made 29 saves on 31 shots but took the loss against the Coyotes on Sunday.
      Analysis: Tim Thomas will back up Kari Lehtonen in the playoffs, but his future beyond that is up in the air.
    • Stars Start Thomas On Sunday

      News: Tim Thomas will start Sunday's game against the Coyotes, Mark Stepneski of the team's official site reports.
      Analysis: With the Stars' playoff seeding set, the team will rest Kari Lehtonen on Sunday, thus giving Tim Thomas the start in the team's regular-season finale.
    • Stars' Thomas Likely Sunday Starter

      News: Tim Thomas is on track to start Sunday's game against the Coyotes, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.
      Analysis: Meanwhile, as Tim Thomas heads into his sixth start for the Stars, the team is likely to rest some key players Sunday in advance of the upcoming NHL playoffs.
    • Stars' Thomas Takes The Loss Wednesday

      News: Tim Thomas allowed two goals on 25 shots as the Stars fell 3-1 to the Blue Jackets on Wednesday.
      Analysis: He's got just two wins and a 3.15 GAA in seven games since coming over to Dallas, but with Kari Lehtonen not looking sharp recently and the club clinging to the final playoff spot in the Western Conference, Tim Thomas might just get a chance to seize the reins over the final couple of regular season games.
    • Stars' Thomas Gets Wednesday Night Start

      News: Tim Thomas will be in the net Wednesday to start against the Blue Jackets in a game previously postponed Mar. 10, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.
      Analysis: That Mar. 10 game was stopped 6:23 into the first period after Rich Peverley had a cardiac emergency and needed to be hospitalized. The Blue Jackets held a 1-0 lead before Peverley collapsed on the bench, and that score will carry over to Wednesday, putting Tim Thomas at a one-goal disadvantage out of the gates. The two teams will still play a full 60-minute game.
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