Frost continues to thrive.
Philadelphia Flyers forward prospect Morgan Frost led his Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds to a blowout win on Sunday afternoon in game two of their opening playoff series. Frost scored twice in the first seven minutes of the game to give his team an early lead. It was a lead that they would not relinquish en route to a blowout victory, 8-0.
Frost had those two goals and added an assist for a three-point game, earning him first star honors.
Frost crashed the net and tapped home a pass from Taylor Raddysh to open the scoring just 4:41 into the game.
He then controlled the puck at the point, faked a pass, and sniped a power-play goal.
On his assist he skated into the zone and dished the puck off once gaining entry.
Frost finished the game with two goals, one assist, six shots on goal, and a +1 rating.
Frost had an assist in the Greyhounds’ 5-2 game one win, giving him four points in the series so far. Sault Ste. Marie has a commanding 2-0 lead, outscoring the Saginaw Spirit 13-2 in two games.
The series now shifts to Saginaw, who host game three on Monday night and game four on Wednesday night.
Photo by James Egan/James Egan’s Sports Photography
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