Jordan Kyrou

Picking a Captain for Every NHL Team Without One

Heading into the 2023-24 NHL season, ten teams currently do not have an official captain. That number could change before the season starts, but most of those teams likely will not have a captain this year. NHL teams are not required to name a captain, but what if they were? Who would be the best […]

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It’s Time for Jake Neighbours to Make an Impact for the St. Louis Blues

In 2020, the St. Louis Blues drafted left wing Jake Neighbours in the first round of the NHL Entry Draft, 26th overall. Since then, Neighbours has played in the WHL, AHL, and NHL as he has continued to develop. He played a career-high 43 NHL games last season and has shown flashes of his potential […]

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Jordan Kyrou at the NHL Skills Competition

Player Profile: Jordan Kyrou

St. Louis Blues forward Jordan Kyrou is an underrated player that you need to know. Jordan Kyrou was born on May 5, 1998, to Aki and Roula Kyrou (née Economou). He’s of Greek descent as his paternal grandparents, Iordanis “John” and Maria “Mary” Kyrou (née Broumas), were Greek immigrants. Jordan has two younger siblings, Christian […]

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Singing the Blues

It was not all that long ago that the St. Louis Blues were Stanley Cup champions. The franchise accomplished that feat in 2019. After winning the Cup, the team, though still very good, has not found the same kind of success. That can especially be said for the team’s play this season. The Blues are […]

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NHL Draft: 3 Potential 3rd Round Picks for the Maple Leafs

Earlier in the post-season, I wrote an article about the players the Toronto Maple Leafs could pick with their 25th pick in the 1st round, and now we are going to look at options for them in the later rounds of the draft. The Maple Leafs have three selections in the upcoming NHL draft on July 7th and […]

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Oilers @ Blues Post Game Review: Oilers-2 Blues-4

So I guess it was rust… not near the best performance as Oilers start flat and end flat, losing to the Blues 4-2. It wasn’t a strong game for many. The Oilers played slow, not physical, and looked very lazy. The Blues, on the other hand, looked anything but that, as they were flying, and […]

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Oilers @ Blues Game Preview: Revenge Of The Smith

It feels like forever since we’ve been able to talk about a current game day for the Oilers, approximately 11 days, but today the Oilers (so far) have an actual NHL game. Having won their 2nd straight game against Seattle the last time we saw them, a couple of things have changed in the lineup, […]

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Bruins’ Jake Debrusk Requests a Trade

Over the weekend, Boston Bruins forward Jake Debrusk has requested a trade, and the Bruins want to facilitate the request. Debrusk was selected with the 14th overall selection in the 2015 NHL entry draft. Debrusk has only scored 20+ goals once during his career, coming in 2018-19, where he also had 42 points. This request […]

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5 Potential Bruins trade Targets: Wingers

This is part two of my series of articles listing five Potential Bruins Trade Targets. This week I am focusing on wingers. The wings are arguably the Bruins’ strongest position currently, and the Bruins could use a new second-line right-winger to play with Taylor Hall and Charlie Coyle. The Bruins don’t currently have a strong […]

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