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Although Boston's previous starter, [[Andrew Raycroft]], was traded to the [[Toronto Maple Leafs]] in the off-season, Thomas began the [[2006–07 NHL season|2006–07 season]] as the Bruins' backup, behind [[Hannu Toivonen]] instead. However, as Toivonen struggled, Thomas was again promoted as the Bruins' starting goaltender, eventually posting a 30–29–4 record with a .904 save percentage. He won the 7th Player Award for the second consecutive season and became the first goalie in team history to win the award twice.
 
Although Boston's previous starter, [[Andrew Raycroft]], was traded to the [[Toronto Maple Leafs]] in the off-season, Thomas began the [[2006–07 NHL season|2006–07 season]] as the Bruins' backup, behind [[Hannu Toivonen]] instead. However, as Toivonen struggled, Thomas was again promoted as the Bruins' starting goaltender, eventually posting a 30–29–4 record with a .904 save percentage. He won the 7th Player Award for the second consecutive season and became the first goalie in team history to win the award twice.
   
During the summer of 2007, Thomas began a yoga-based physical conditioning program to increase his flexibility and strength, a concept that would greatly increase his abilities during the [[2007–08 NHL season]] and onwards.<ref>{{cite web|title=Tim Thomas: Boston's yoga bear|url=http://www.thehockeynews.com/articles/11427-Double-OT-Tim-Thomas-Bostons-yoga-bear.html|publisher=''[[The Hockey News]]''}}</ref>
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During the summer of 2007, Thomas began a [[Yoga as exercise or alternative medicine|yoga]]-based physical conditioning program to increase his flexibility and strength, a concept that would greatly increase his abilities during the [[2007–08 NHL season]] and onwards.<ref>{{cite web|title=Tim Thomas: Boston's yoga bear|url=http://www.thehockeynews.com/articles/11427-Double-OT-Tim-Thomas-Bostons-yoga-bear.html|publisher=''[[The Hockey News]]''}}</ref>
 
 
 
[[File:TimThomasStretching.jpg|Right|thumb|Thomas stretching prior to a game in November 2008]]
 
[[File:TimThomasStretching.jpg|Right|thumb|Thomas stretching prior to a game in November 2008]]

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