Net Worth: $6 million
Currently playing for the National Hockey League, Tim Thomas is a professional hockey player with an estimated net worth of $6 million in 2012. He serves as a goaltender of New York Islanders.
After playing college hockey at the University of Vermont for 4 years, he was selected as the 27th overall draft in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft by the Quebec Nordiques. After playing in Europe and other minor leagues, he finally debuted into National Hockey League when he was selected by the Boston Bruins. At age 37, he won the Conn Smythe, making him the oldest player to have won such award in the history of NHL.
Currently married to his wife Melissa, the couple has three children together, Kiley (b. 2000), Kelsey (2005) and Keegan (2006).