Former Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas  has accepted a professional tryout with the Panthers and will practice with the team Tuesday, the team announced on Monday.
Thomas, 39, has played every game of his NHL  career with the Bruins, though he was traded to the Islanders last season after he decided to take the year off for personal reasons. A two-time Vezina winner, Thomas led the B’s to a Stanley Cup  championship in 2011 and won the Conn Smythe in the process.
In 378 games, Thomas is 196-121-45 with a .921 save percentage and a 2.48 goals-against average.
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