This spectacularly designed image of Tim Thomas highlights the four playoff series the Boston Bruins won in order to win their sixth Stanley Cup Championship, and the first in the last 39 years. The quest begins in the top left corner with the Montreal Canadians, which the Bruins won in a seven game series. Moving clockwise, the Philadelphia Flyers were next up for the Bruins, who they quickly disposed of in four games. The quest continued in the Eastern Conference Finals vs. the Tampa Bay Lightning. After a long drawn out series, Tim Thomas posted a brilliant 1-0 shutout in game seven, sending the Bruins to the Stanley Cup for the first time since 1990. After falling behind 2-0 to the Vancouver Canucks in the finals, the Boston Bruins fought back and captured four of the next five games to win the 2011 Stanley Cup. During the Bruins' playoff run, he set the record for most saves in a single postseason with 798 and the most saves in a Stanley Cup series with 238, and broke Frank McCool's 66-year old record of fewest goals allowed in a 7-game Stanley Cup Finals, allowing only eight goals total. His autograph has been authenticated by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Authentication Process. *Buyer will receive a random number from the collection.*.