What a play.
Frost added to that total on Sunday with another highlight-reel goal.
He skated through the neutral zone, stickhandled through a few defenders, then slipped a shot through the goalie.
A frosty goal.
He added another goal later in the game to tie it at 5.
He trailed the rush, collected a pass, and sniped it past the goalie.
It was the Greyhounds’ third goal in just over a minute to come back from a 5-2 deficit
Maksim Sushko, another Flyers prospect, would score the lone goal in the shootout to win it for the Owen Sound Attack.
Frost’s two-goal game extended his current point streak to 11 games. He has seven goals and 11 assists for 18 points in that span.
Frost is second in the OHL in points (107) and assists (67), is tied for fifth in goals (40) and leads plus-minus by a huge margin, +68 to +52.
Photo by James Egan/James Egan’s Sports Photography
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