Robert Thomas

by joshepstein on April 8, 2018

Robert Thomas, C

Shoots: R

Height: 6-0

Weight: 187

Born: 1999-07-02

Hometown:  Aurora, On. CAN

Drafted: 1st round 2017 20th overall STL






April 2018- Robert Thomas continues to be a dominating force on the ice. The 18-year-old center put up 29 points in 22 games after being traded to the Hamilton Bulldogs. His point production hasn't slowed down in the post season either, 12 points (four goals) in seven games. The Blues have struggled to find a consistent center and Thomas is one who can fill the void, doing a little bit of everything. It's a tad too soon to see him in a Blues uniform on a nightly basis but that will become reality not far down the road. Josh Epstein

December 2017 -  Thomas is continuing to develop well in the OHL for the London Knights.  In 27 games, Thomas has 20 goals and 26 assists.  He will be competing for Canada in the upcoming World Junior Championships as well.  The 20th overall pick from last June has continued to focus on the details of his game.  He is a sound two-way center and has a significant chance of making the Blues' roster next season.  Doug Abrams

September 2017 - Thomas has played with excellent poise and his hockey IQ is elite.  Thomas has demonstrated his goal-scoring prowess during this preseason.  Thomas seems to be shorter than the 6’ he is listed, but he has a hockey-player’s thick lower body. He is ahead of the play mentally and has had no problem with the speed of the preseason games. Doug Abrams

August 2017 – Thomas was selected 20th in the 2017 draft by St. Louis.  Thomas was selected to play in the World Junior Showcase.  Thomas did not make a particularly significant impact during the World Junior Showcase; but his upper end potential is extremely high.  He is a guy to watch in training camp, not because he is likely to make the Blues roster this season but to see how he fares among men during training camp. Doug Abrams


June 2017 – The Knights speedy center was buried in his rookie season a stacked Memorial Cup Championship team. The Knights were still a power house team and Thomas played a larger role in his draft year as his point totals exploded to a point per game pace. Thomas has a very high hockey IQ, and plays a reliable two-way game. He may not have first line upside but does have a very projectable two-way NHL future.  Peter Harling



Fantasy Outlook: A-

Two-way speedy center




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