Thomas (upper-body) will return to the Blues lineup on Thursday.
Thomas has been out since October 2nd but will play Thursday after a five-game absence. Thomas, who played just 9:45 TOI in the season opener, will return on the Blues fourth-line, so he doesn’t have any fantasy value at the moment.
Source: Jim Thomas 10/17/19, 1:03 pm EST
Thomas (upper-body) could return to the Blues lineup on Thursday.
Thomas has been sidelined by an upper-body injury since the Blues’ season opener. After completing Wednesday’s practice session, head coach Craig Berube told reporters that Thomas could play Thursday. Thomas will likely replace Mackenzie MacEachern in the lineup if he’s available to play.
Thomas (upper-body) will not play Saturday.
Thomas suffered an upper-body injury in the Blues season opener and will be replaced by Zach Sanford in the lineup on Saturday. Thomas is listed as day-to-day.
Source: Jim Thomas 10/5/19, 12:27 pm EST
Thomas is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Thomas missed Friday’s practice with what is being described as an upper-body injury, believed to be wrist related. Zach Sanford skated in his spot in practice and would likely take Thomas’ spot if he can’t play vs. The Stars on Saturday.
Source: Jim Thomas 10/4/19, 1:53 pm EST
Thomas underwent surgery to repair a tendon in his left wrist.
Thomas suffered the injury during Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals but appeared in two games in the Stanley Cup Finals. The Blues announced that Thomas will rehab the injury throughout the offseason and will undergo a full evaluation ahead of training camp.
Thomas (wrist) will return to the Blues lineup for Game 6.
Thomas has been out since Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals but is set to return in a potential Stanley Cup clinching Game 6 in St. Louis. Thomas, who has six points (1G / 5A) in the postseason, will replace Ivan Barbashev who was suspended for a hit to the head on Marcus Johansson in Game 5.
Source: Lou Korac 06/9/19, 3:51 pm EST
Thomas (undisclosed) will not play in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Thomas was crushed by Bruins defenseman Torey Krug late in Game 1 and will not play in Game 2. Head coach Craig Berube said that his absence is not related to that hit, but he will be replaced by Robby Fabbri regardless of what is taking him out of the lineup. This will be Fabbri’s first game since May 3rd, when he appeared in Game 5 vs. the Stars.
Source: Lou Korac 05/29/19, 2:13 pm EST
Thomas (undisclosed) will play in Game 1.
Thomas has sat out the last few practices, including Monday’s morning skate, but will play in Game 1 in Boston. Thomas has performed well during the postseason, scoring one goal with five assists (six points) in 19 games.
Thomas (upper-body) will be back in the Blues lineup on Saturday.
Thomas returns to the lineup after a seven-game absence, replacing Sammy Blais, who is back in the AHL. Thomas has 14 points (5G / 9A) in 37 games this season.
Thomas (upper-body) will not travel with the Blues on their upcoming four-game road trip.
Thomas will be back in the Blues lineup on Saturday.
Source: Jim Thomas 12/1/18, 6:48 pm EST
Thomas will draw back into the Blues lineup on Saturday.
Thomas has been a healthy scratch for the last four games, but will centre the fourth line tonight. There’s no word on who will be scratched, but early indications are that it will be Jordan Kyrou.
Thomas is expected to be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Thomas has picked up just one assist in five games this season and will remain out of the lineup tonight vs. the Blue Jackets. Thomas has not played since October 14th.