ST. LOUIS - Robert Thomas practiced with his teammates Saturday at Enterprise Center and will be a game-time decision for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final, where the St. Louis Blues will look to capture their first Stanley Cup in franchise history.
"He was out there today and we'll see tomorrow, for sure," Blues Head Coach Craig Berube said of Thomas. "It's a game-time decision. Obviously he's been a very good player for us for a long time, we'll see."
Thomas hasn't played since since Game 1 with an undisclosed injury.
In the Stanley Cup Playoffs this season, the 19-year-old rookie has one goal and five assists (six points) in 20 games and has been primarily part of a successful line with Pat Maroon and Tyler Bozak for the second half of the season.
If Thomas can return, the timing couldn't be better. The Blues will be without Ivan Barbashev for Game 6 after he was suspended for one-game by the Department of Player Safety following a hit on Boston Bruins forward Marcus Johansson in Game 5.
Game 6 is Sunday at 7 p.m. (NBC, KMOX 1120 AM).