Frost has been named a 2018-19 OHL First Team All-Star.
It's the second straight season in which Frost has earned the honor. His 72 assists this past year led the league and the 2017 first-rounder (27th overall) has now posted 221 points in his last 125 OHL contests. Frost, who signed his entry-level deal with Philadelphia in August 2017, will turn pro this coming fall.
Frost extended his point streak to seven games in OHL Sault Ste. Marie's 8-2 victory over Peterborough on Saturday.
Just another day at the office for arguably the OHL's most gifted offensive player. Frost has now posted an insane 11 goals and 19 points in his last seven contests. For the season, Frost now has 77 points in 40 games. He is currently tied for third in OHL scoring and he is certainly the favorite to lead the league when all is said and done.
Frost had a hat trick and added two assists in Canada's 14-0 rout of Denmark at the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship on Wednesday.
This one was as lopsided as the score would lead you to believe. Canada outshot the Danes by a count of 45-14 and Frost finished his evening a plus-6 despite the fact he played just 14:56. The Flyers prospect was a threat to score every single time he touched the puck in a game in which the Canadians did whatever they wanted. Frost is currently tied for second in the OHL in scoring with 20 goals and 58 points in 32 games for Sault Ste. Marie.
Frost picked up a pair of goals and added an assist in OHL Sault Ste. Marie's 8-0 Game 2 victory over Saginaw on Sunday.
After finishing second in the OHL in scoring (112 points in 67 games) during the regular season, Frost is up to his old tricks early in the playoffs. The 27th overall pick in the 2017 draft has proven to be a dominant player at the junior level. Frost is an extremely gifted puck-handler, and he has displayed a constant ability to make plays in tight spaces. Frost's stock has gone through the roof in the past nine months, and deservedly so.
Frost secured an entry-level contract with Philadelphia on Thursday.
Frost garnered 62 points in 67 outings with OHL Sault Ste. Marie last season, then got taken by the Flyers with the 27th overall pick in the 2017 NHL Draft. The 18-year-old remains eligible for juniors, so the club will likely keep him there for the 2017-18 campaign in order to avoid burning the first year of his ELC.
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