Yet another multi-point night for Morgan Frost.
The Philadelphia Flyers forward prospect extended his point streak to 19 games with a goal and two assists, earning him first star honors in a 5-1 win against the Owen Sound Attack. Frost has been on fire for nearly the entire season, and he’s showing no signs of slowing down.
Frost got his first point out of the way early on, as he picked up the secondary assist on the opening goal midway through the first period.
His shot took an odd bounce and he got to it behind the net, then started a passing play that ended in a goal.
Frost faked going behind the net and slid the puck to the boards to start it off.
His next point came early in the third period with a nice cross-ice pass to Boris Katchouk for a power-play goal.
Frost wasn’t done, though.
With the Greyhounds up 4-2, Frost put the final nail in the coffin with a great goal late in the third period.
He picked up a drop pass, cut into the high slot, and wired a shot into the back of the net.
Frost now has 41 points (14 goals, 27 assists) during his 19-game point streak. He has points in 23 of his last 24 games, with 48 points (18 goals, 30 assists) during that span for a two-points-per-game pace. During 27 games on his team’s 28-game point streak Frost has two points per game as well, with 20 goals and 34 assists for 54 points in 27 games.
Frost has had three or more points in nine games this season, which is two more times than he’s been held pointless in a game. It’s been nearly two months since Frost was held pointless in a game.
Frost is having a very nice season and leads the OHL with 69 points. He also leads in assists (44) and plus-minus (+48). He has more goals (25), assists (44), and points (69) this season in 41 games than he did all of last season (20 goals, 42 assists, 62 points) in 67 games.
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