Jordan Kyrou Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 196 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 5/5/1998 (25)
Jordan Kyrou Last 10 Games
Jordan Kyrou News
St. Louis Blues forward Jordan Kyrou posted a goal and two assists as the team defeated Montreal 6-3 on Saturday. Kyrou ended a four-game scoring slump in style, opening the scoring in the second minute of the game and setting up his linemates Brandon Saad and Brayden Schenn for a couple of goals. The puck simply seemed to find Kyrou everywhere as the 25-year-old finished with nine shots on goal. Kyrou sits on only six points (two goals, four assists) through 10 games, but he's proven himself to be a very talented scorer in the previous two campaigns and should improve his production now that the team has started to click offensively.
St. Louis Blues forward Jordan Kyrou did not participate in Wednesday's practice due to a lower-body injury. He joined Kasperi Kapanen, Justin Faulk, and Isaac Ratcliffe as some notable Blues to miss Wednesday's session with various ailments. The 25-year-old has yet to play in the preseason as the club takes a cautious approach with their prized goal-scoring forward. Kyrou notched a career-high 37 goals last season, shattering his previous career high of 27 set in 2021-22, while adding 36 helpers for 73 points in 79 games. He also added a hefty 272 shots on goal, 84 more than he tallied two seasons back. He will be a focal point of the Blues' offense this season and should be the first Blues player taken in fantasy drafts this fall.
St. Louis Blues forward Jordan Kyrou scored two goals and finished with a plus-three rating in Sunday's 4-3 shootout loss against the Bruins. Kyrou started the comeback for the Blues as they scored three unanswered goals to send the game into overtime, after trailing by three goals until the final seconds of the second period. Kyrou also tied the game with 25 seconds remaining in regulation. The 24-year-old has totaled a team-high 36 goals and 71 points through 74 games, and he is a quality forward option for standard fantasy formats.
St. Louis Blues winger Jordan Kyrou produced his second career hat trick in Saturday's 5-2 win over Columbus. He needed some luck to finish off the job, as Kyrou's final goal came with the Blue Jackets net empty, but it was still an impressive performance, and the 24-year-old has now set a new career high with 29 goals for the campaign. He's added 32 assists in 62 games during a fruitful campaign, although Kyrou is also carrying an awful minus-33 rating. Kyrou was plus-two on Saturday, but he only has an even rating for the month despite bagging seven points across five games.