|Born:||July 2, 1999||Draft:||2017, Blues, 20th Overall|
|National Team:||Canada||Current Team:||St. Louis Blues|
Robert Thomas (born July 2, 1999) is currently playing for the St. Louis Blues in the National Hockey League. Thomas was drafted in the first round, 20th overall, by the Blues in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. He made his NHL debut on October 4, 2017, against the Winnipeg Jets and recorded his first career NHL goal a month later. As the youngest player on the Blues’ roster, Thomas won the Stanley Cup in 2019.
Internationally, Thomas has competed for the Canadian national junior team in various tournaments since 2015. He won a gold medal for his home country during the 2015 World U-17 Hockey Challenge and 2018 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships.
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- U17 Hockey Challenge Gold Medal — 2015
- IIHF U20 WJC Gold Medal — 2018
- CHL Memorial Cup Champion — 2016
- OHL J. Ross Robertson Cup Champion — 2016, 2018
- OHL Wayne Gretzky 99 Award (Playoff MVP) — 2018
- Stanley Cup Champion — 2019
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