Remember Boston Bruins Stanley Cup champion goalie Tim Thomas? Now he is U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Tim Thomas.

USA announced today that Thomas is part of a five member Hall of Fame class that will be inducted in December.

Thomas was born in Michigan, played his college hockey at the University of Vermont and then spent nine years in the NHL.

He backstopped the Bruins to the Stanley Cup title back in 2010-11 and was named playoff MVP.

Thomas scored two Vezina Trophies as best goalie in the NHL and played on the USA Olympic hockey team.

Thomas will be joined in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of '19 by  Brian Gionta, former Boston College Eagles standout and a 16 year NHL career. Longtime NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, former college and international player Krissy Wendell and longtime youth hockey organizer Neal Henderson.

Induction ceremonies are December 12th in Washington D.C.