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Your turn: The best wire-to-wire season you have witnessed?
Your turn: The best wire-to-wire season you have witnessed?

If you watched Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals on Wednesday night, you witnessed the end of one of the greatest wire-to-wire seasons in recent sports history. Tim Thomas, the former journeyman turned unlikely All-Star goalie, capped off his superlative season by leading the Bruins to their first Stanley Cup since 1972. The 37-year-old Michigan native regained his starting job from Tuukka Rask early in the season and put up some very impressive numbers for the Bruins in the regular season. Thomas went 35-11-9 with a paltry 2.00 goals against average and his record-setting .938 save percentage. He is a shoo-in for the Vezina Trophy, which is awarded to the league’s top regular-season...

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