St. Louis Blues forward Jordan Kyrou.

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Blues Prospect Jordan Kyrou Named AHL Rookie of the Month

The 20-year-old registered 15 points in 9 games in December.

January 02, 2019 - 4:20 pm

(Jan. 2, 2019) – The American Hockey League (AHL) announced today that Blues prospect and San Antonio Rampage forward Jordan Kyrou (KIGH-roo) has been named CCM/AHL Rookie of the Month for the month of December.  Kyrou is the first player in Rampage history to earn AHL Rookie of the Month honors.

Check out a few of his season highlights, below.

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 Kyrou, 20, had at least a point in every Rampage game in December, totaling six goals and 15 points in nine contests. The 6’0, 177-pound forward ranks 10th in AHL rookie scoring with 22 points and shares 11th with nine goals.  Kyrou is currently riding an 11-game point streak (eight goals, 11 assists) that dates to Nov. 25.  He is one game shy of tying Yanick Lehoux’s franchise record 12-game point streak, achieved during the 2006-07 season. 

A native of Toronto, Ontario, Kyrou has also appeared in 11 games with the Blues this season, notching a goal and an assist.  He was originally drafted by the Blues in the second round, 35thoverall, of the 2016 National Hockey League (NHL) Entry Draft.