Top-six forward with great speed and lots of offensive talent.
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January 2021 – Kyrou opened the season on the Blues’ third line, skating with Tyler Bozak and Zach Sanford. He managed to start the season with a bang, scoring a goal in a win against the Avalanche and playing over 13 minutes. The next game, however, did not go as well, as he played under nine minutes and was a minus-1 in a horrific 8-0 loss to Colorado. Kyrou will look to crack into the Blues’ top six this season, but he will have his work cut out for him as the right-wing position on the first and second line are occupied by Perron and Hoffman, respectively. Lou Farah
October 2020 – Prior to the league shut down in March due to the pandemic, Kyrou finished the season with the Blues and concluded his longest NHL stint so far. Averaging just under 11 minutes a night, he totaled four goals and five assists in 28 regular-season games, while mostly playing on the fourth line. Although he was healthy scratched a few times during the season, coach Berube had been complimentary of Kyrou’s potential and indicated that being scratched is a part of the growing pains that come with learning the NHL game and adjusting to its demands. Kyrou went on to play one game in the play-in round and four games in the