Frost (shoulder) has been removed from the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list, Adam Kimelman of NHL.com reports.
Frost underwent shoulder surgery in early February and is expected to miss the rest of the season while rehabbing, so this news won't have any impact on his immediate availability. The 2017 first-round pick went scoreless through two games before suffering his season-ending injury.
Frost (shoulder) was added to the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list Thursday, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Frost is expected to miss the rest of the campaign after undergoing shoulder surgery, so this news won't have any impact on his availability. The 21-year-old pivot went scoreless in two games before suffering his season-ending injury.
Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher said Tuesday that Frost will undergo shoulder surgery and it's unlikely he'll return this year, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Frost dislocated his left shoulder Jan. 19, and after running further tests, the team decided his best option was surgery. Fletcher was hesitant to reveal a definitive timeline, but he believes the 21-year-old center is done for the season. Frost showed potential last year with seven points through his first 20 NHL games, so dynasty managers should consider keeping him around.
Frost has been ruled out indefinitely with a dislocated left shoulder.
The Flyers are suddenly quite thin down the middle, as Frost and Sean Couturier (ribs) are both dealing with long-term injuries. Philadelphia is expected to release further details regarding Frost's recovery timetable in the near future, but fantasy managers rostering the 21-year-old pivot should expect to be without him for the Flyers' next few games at a minimum.
The Flyers placed Frost (undisclosed) on injured reserve Wednesday, per Cap Friendly.
The move is retroactive to Tuesday, as the 21-year-old will be eligible to return to the lineup Jan. 26. Frost exited Tuesday's game against Buffalo with an undisclosed injury, and after undergoing an MRI, the team deemed the injury serious enough to hold him out of the next two games at least. With Frost and Sean Couturier (ribs) sidelined at center, the team could elect to bump either Andy Andreoff or Connor Bunnaman into the lineup.
Frost (undisclosed) is expected to get an MRI on Tuesday after leaving the game against Buffalo with an injury.
Frost was injured in the second period and did not return. The MRI should clarify what type of injury he's dealing with and how much time, if any, the 21-year old will miss. An update should surface on his status prior to Thursday's game against the Bruins.
Frost exited Tuesday's contest versus the Sabres with an undisclosed injury, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Frost went down the tunnel to the locker room in the second period and didn't return for the start of the third. It's unclear what happened to cause the injury to the 21-year-old. If he's not ready for Thursday's game in Boston, Connor Bunnaman would likely enter the lineup in a bottom-six role, while Nolan Patrick could move up to center the second line.
Frost practiced on the top line and the first power-play unit Sunday, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
With Sean Couturier (ribs) out at least two weeks, Frost will get the first chance to take over the Selke Trophy winner's role in the top six. The 27th overall pick in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, Frost enjoyed modest success in his first action at the top level last year, recording seven points over 20 games. The 21-year-old was a healthy scratch for the first two games this year, though. Couturier's absence will open the door for Frost to establish himself as a full-time NHL player.
Frost is taking part in Phase 2 skates with the Flyers, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Frost put together a solid first professional season after tallying 13 goals and 16 helpers in 41 appearances for Lehigh Valley. In addition, the 21-year-old center saw action in 20 NHL contests with Philadelphia in which he registered seven points, 31 shots and four hits while averaging 13:41 of ice time. Given Frost's development, Nate Thompson and/or Derek Grant could find themselves looking for a new clubs following the 24-team postseason.
The Flyers designated Frost for AHL Lehigh Valley on Friday.
Frost drew into just two of the five games since his promotion to the big club and failed to tally any points. The 2017 first-round pick will return to the minors for some additional seasoning and could rejoin the Flyers at a later date.
Philadelphia recalled Frost from AHL Lehigh Valley on Friday.
Frost has played pretty well in limited action with the Flyers this season, notching seven points in 18 appearances. The 20-year-old rookie will likely slot into a bottom-six role for Saturday's clash with the Capitals.
Frost was demoted to AHL Lehigh Valley on Sunday.
The rookie forward has totaled two goals and seven assists in 18 NHL games so far. Frost will continue getting work in the minors after the Flyers activated Michael Raffl (finger) from injured reserve.
Frost posted an assist and a plus-2 rating in a 4-1 victory over the Ducks on Tuesday.
After scoring three points in his first two games, Frost went seven straight without any points. However, he now has three helpers in the last five contests since breaking that dry spell. Overall, he has two goals and six points with a minus-2 rating in 14 games this season. He also has two PIM, three blocks, four hits and 27 shots.
Frost scored a shorthanded goal and added an even-strength assist in Thursday's 5-3 win over Carolina.
Philadelphia's 2017 first-rounder has made quite the first impression at the NHL level, scoring in each of his first two games. He's skating on the top line with Claude Giroux and Travis Konecny, so Frost should be scooped up immediately if you have room on your roster.
Frost lit the lamp and logged 13:16 of ice time in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Panthers.
The 2017 first-round pick made a long-awaited NHL debut, and he appeased Flyers faithful who were patient. In the second period, Frost shelved a short-range shot over Sergei Bobrovsky's right shoulder to cut the Panthers' lead to two. Frost has certainly earned more games with the big club, and the Flyers look ready to continue deploying him in a respectable role.
The Flyers recalled Frost from AHL Lehigh Valley on Monday, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.
Frost had a case to make the Flyers' roster out of training camp, but the team elected to send the 20-year-old to the minors. After producing five goals and 12 points over 16 AHL contests, Frost's NHL debut could come as soon as Tuesday against the Panthers. The 2017 first-round pick has massive offensive potential with 37 goals and 109 points in his last season in the OHL, so the Flyers' faithful and dynasty owners should be excited for his first crack at the top level.
Frost (groin) was demoted to AHL Lehigh Valley on Friday, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
With Nolan Patrick (head) facing an extended absence, Frost seemed to be a prime candidate for a spot on the Flyers' Opening Night roster. The 20-year-old topped 100 points in each of his previous two OHL campaigns, but was also limited during training camp due to a groin injury. If he can transition his scoring touch to the AHL game, the center won't be in the minors for long.
Frost is dealing with a groin injury that will sideline him for 5-7 days.
Frost's injury will keep him out at least the next two preseason contests, which likely will close the door on his chance of securing a spot on the 23-man roster. The 20-year-old center racked up 100-plus points in each of his previous two junior seasons and will now be tasked with transitioning his scoring touch to the professional game with AHL Lehigh Valley. If he can make the jump, the Ontario native could earn a call-up and make his NHL debut during the 2019-20 campaign.
Frost (lower body) will enter the lineup for Thursday's preseason game against the Bruins, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.
Frost missed the Flyers' first two exhibition matches due to a lower-body injury, but he's now healthy and ready to start making his case for a spot on the big club's Opening Night roster. The 2017 first-round pick has torn up the OHL over the past two seasons, racking up 79 goals and 221 points in 125 games, but he'll likely have to settle for a bottom-six role if he's able to make the Flyers out of camp, limiting his fantasy upside.
Frost (lower body) won't play in Monday's preseason game versus the Islanders, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.
The 2017 first-round pick (27th overall) will make his case for the big club in the preseason after racking up 37 goals and 109 points in 58 games with the Soo Greyhounds of the OHL last season. He's eligible to play in AHL Lehigh Valley this year if he doesn't make the big club, and that may make the most sense for his development since Sean Couturier, Kevin Hayes and Nolan Patrick (upper body) are poised to center the top three lines. Patrick's status for Opening Night is seriously in doubt, however, so the Flyers may be forced to keep Frost around in the immediate future.
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