Morgan Frost is heating up again.
The Philadelphia Flyers first round pick had an assist in the second period and then knocked home the overtime winner for a two-point night. It was his fifth-straight multi-point game, and his sixth-straight game with at least a point.
Frost carried the puck into the zone, cut into the slot, and threw the puck to a teammate in front. Frost then picked up the loose puck and tried to score on a wraparound attempt. It wasn’t ruled a goal initially, but Frost knew it was in.
It didn’t really matter, however, since the Greyhounds scored on their next trip down the ice anyway.
The overtime winner was indeed Frost’s though, who picked up his second point on the evening.
Frost is on fire.
Morgan Frost retook the OHL scoring lead thanks to a three-point night on Wednesday, and he made sure to extend that lead on Friday night. His 84 points are now three more than the second-place Jordan Kyrou, and Frost has now tied Kyrou for the OHL lead in assists with 54. Frost is also in the top-five in goals with 30 goals tying him for fifth in the OHL.
Frost is now among the top five in the OHL in every major statistical category: 84 points (1st), 30 goals (t-5th), 54 assists (t-1st), +54 rating (1st). He has 13 points (three goals, 10 assists) during his six-game point streak. Frost has points in 26 of his last 27 games, with 56 points (19 goals, 37 assists) in those 27 games.
It’s been fun to watch Frost’s progress this season so far, and he’s showing no signs of slowing down.
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