Blues Prospect Jordan Kyrou Named AHL Rookie of the Month

St. Louis Blues forward Jordan Kyrou.
Photo credit (Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports)

(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.

 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.

You can't stop him, you can't contain him --

— San Antonio Rampage (@sarampage) December 28, 2018

Jordan Kyrou out here making it look easy --

— San Antonio Rampage (@sarampage) December 28, 2018

Send it home, Kyrou! --

— San Antonio Rampage (@sarampage) December 16, 2018