St. Louis Blues: An Unbiased Analysis of Jordan Kyrou in 2023-24

Among the point leaders for the St. Louis Blues is Jordan Kyrou. How did he play in 2023-24?
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Drafted in the second round of the 2016 draft, Jordan Kyrou’s time in St. Louis began in partial play during the 2018-19 season.

His extensive time on the ice started in 2020-21.

With the St. Louis Blues falling short of postseason play this year, Kyrou still managed to put up impressive numbers.

2023-24: 82 games, 31 goals, 36 assists, 67 points. 18:19 TOI.


Kyrou led the St. Louis Blues in scoring 31 goals. He recorded 8 power-play goals, tying Pavel Buchnevich for first.

In the category of game-winning goals, Kyrou fell to fourth on the team with 4, just behind Colton Parayko.

Regarding shots on goal, Kyrou led the Blues with 251 attempts. His shots-on-goal percentage was 12.4%, ranking him seventh on the team.

Assists and Total Points

In a game centered on total points, Kyrou’s 36 assists, which were third on the team, helped him finish his season with 67 total points.

Robert Thomas finished the season as the Blues leader in total points, recording 86. With a total of 67 points, Kyrou ranked second on the team.

Other factors

With an ice time average of 18:20, Kyrou was seventh on the roster in terms of playing time.

His plus-minus score was -12 while winning face-offs 33.3% of the time.

A quick analysis of Kyrou signifies his skills are focused on scoring. Leading the team on shots on goal reinforces that Kyrou’s expectation in 2023-24 was to lead the team in shots on goal and underlines that Kyrou is the preferred player in attacks on the net.

Outside of scoring, Kyrou’s ability to set up teammates for goals (assists) placed him third on the team, showing his respectable ability to read plays.

With the 2023-24 season over, Kyrou seeks to improve his stats and make the proper adjustments to improve his skills.