Welcome Morgan Frost to the 100-point club.
The Philadelphia Flyers first-round, 27th overall pick in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft has been dominating the OHL this season, currently sitting third in league scoring with a whopping 38 goals and 62 assists through 60 contests.
The 18-year-old forward hit the 100-point barrier against the Sarnia Sting on Friday night, extending his point streak to seven games with a gorgeous goal.
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Frost is an elite offensive producer and appears destined to play a key role with the Flyers down the road. For now, the youngster is getting ready to lead the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds on what should be a lengthy playoff run. The Greyhounds are sitting first in the OHL standings with 106 points — a 20-point lead over the second-place Hamilton Bulldogs. Given the team’s dominance this season, we likely will be hearing much more about Frost in the near-future.
Frost is tearing apart the OHL right now, but what might be most important is his continued progression. The centremen has taken leaps forward in each of his three OHL seasons to date and continues to improve every game. He went from a 27-point season in his rookie year to becoming almost a point-per-game player in his sophomore season before reaching the 100-point mark in his third OHL season.
A frosty finish for an impressive milestone.