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Kyrou Agrees to 3-Year Entry-Level Deal

by Chris Pinkert / St. Louis Blues

ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Blues have agreed to terms on a three-year, two-way entry level contract with forward Jordan Kyrou.

The Blues selected Kyrou with a second-round pick acquired from the Calgary Flames at the 2016 NHL Draft in June.

"I want to come here and show them what I can do," Kyrou said after the draft. "I think it was a good idea (to trade for me), so I'm going to show what I can bring to the table and do my best."

The Blues selected Kyrou with a second-round pick acquired from the Calgary Flames at the 2016 NHL Draft in June.

"I want to come here and show them what I can do," Kyrou said after the draft. "I think it was a good idea (to trade for me), so I'm going to show what I can bring to the table and do my best."

The Toronto, Ont. native is known for his speed and agility in all three zones. In two seasons in the Ontario Hockey League, Kyrou has been used on the first power play and penalty kill units, indicating his potential as a versatile player.

Kyrou scored 17 goals and 34 assists (51 points) in 65 games with the Sarnia Sting last season.

Couldn't be more excited to sign my first NHL contract with the @stlouisblues !!

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