Flyers’ top offensive prospect Morgan Frost has been putting in the work in hopes of cracking the opening night roster in October.
According to beat writer Sam Carchidi, Frost has already gained 10 pounds this summer and is up to 184 lbs. The 5’11 forward was listed at 174 lbs throughout his OHL season with the Greyhounds.
Despite bulking up, Frost (no. 68) has his work cut out for him when it comes to cracking the Flyers’ roster.
Carchidi reports that out of all the players currently at the Flyers’ development camp, defenseman Phil Myers probably has the best chance to make the team — and his chance is slim.
Frost will be a key offensive juggernaut for the Flyers one day, but it may take some time in the AHL before he’s ready for the big club.
The 19-year-old dominated juniors in 2017-18, racking up 112 points (42 goals) in 67 regular-season games and adding 29 points (10 goals) in 24 playoff games.
Good to see the youngster is on the right track.