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June 1, 2012 | 9:57am ET
Thomas' moving options

Boston Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas could be sitting out of next season, the panel of TSN Insiders reports.

While speculation suggests the Bruins could look to potentially trade the veteran netminder once his no-trade clause lifts on July 1, the 38-year-old could be considering not playing at all next season.

Rumors of a trade were first reported when the goalie refused to attend the Cup champions' visit to the White House back in January.

Thomas has one-year remaining on his contract which pays him $3 million, though his cap hit is $5 million.

Although Thomas has only raised the possibility, the Bruins would still have Tuukka Rask, who is more than ready to take on the starting job in between the pipes.

In 59 games with the Bruins, Thomas registered a .920 save percentage and 2.36 goals-against-average.

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