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7 months agoSt. Louis Blues forward Jordan Kyrou scored his first career goal on Sunday in a big 6-1 loss to Vancouver. Robert Bortuzzo and Ryan O'Reilly registered the assists. Kyrou, who was the 35th selection of the 2016 NHL Draft, has been logging fourth-line minutes during his rookie year, so it's not a shocker that it took him 11 games to find his first goal. However, the Toronto-native was on the first line on Sunday, playing 13:59 with a bit of power-play time, so he might be a guy to look out for, especially with St. Louis struggling to stay in the playoff race. The 20-year-old has shown good ability in the AHL this season, notching 10 points in 14 games.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBaller
Source: ESPN

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