The OHL playoffs are underway and the Flyers first round, 27th overall pick in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft is continuing his tear.
Morgan Frost was held off the scoresheet in the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Game 1 victory over the Saginaw Spirit on Friday, but he exploded for three points in a commanding 8-0 win Sunday afternoon.
Frost scored a pair of goals within the first seven minutes of the first period and later added an assist.
The 18-year-old finished the regular season with a whopping 42 goals and 112 points in 67 games and it didn’t take long for him to make an impact in the postseason.
Frost went to the net and buried a nice blueline feed to the open the scoring:
Frost showed off some slick maneuvering and his lethal shot to score his second of the night:
The Greyhounds are an absolute powerhouse in the OHL and favorites to win it all. This was very evident Sunday when they racked up eight goals, including back-to-back ridiculous plays in the third period:
Two straight unreal goals by the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds in OHL playoffs. Keeghan Howdeshell does the Michigan before Barrett Hayden goes between-the-legs pic.twitter.com/COwlK3bCvF
— Brady Trettenero (@BradyTrett) March 25, 2018
While Frost was overshadowed by some highlight-reel goals from his teammates in Game 2, he was still named first star of the game for his three-point afternoon.
You’ll likely be hearing much more about the Philadelphia prospect as this postseason wears on.