ST. LOUIS - Blues prospect and Sarnia Sting forward Jordan Kyrou has been named the Ontario Hockey League's (OHL) Player of the Month for Ocotber.
A native of Toronto, Kyrou was drafted by the Blues with the 35th overall selection in 2016, a pick they acquired from the Calgary Flames in exchange for goalie Brian Elliott.
During October, Kyrou blistered the stats page with 12 goals and 13 assists, helping the Sting put together a franchise-best 13-game win streak. His success for the month also included back-to-back-to-back three-point efforts as well as his first two career hat tricks.
Currently, Kyrou is riding a five-game point streak that has seen him collect 14 total points in the process.
Kyrou, who is currently in his fourth season with Sarnia, has helped the Sting start with 14-1-0 record and a seat atop the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) power rankings.