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A potential first-line forward


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July 2022 – Frost signed a one-year contract extension with the Flyers worth $800k. The upcoming campaign serves as a “prove it” season for Frost and Philadelphia as the former first-rounder hopes to demonstrate the skillset that made him a valuable asset at both the junior and AHL level. John Gove


May 2022 – Due to significant injuries throughout the Flyers’ roster, Frost was allowed to solidify himself as a true difference-maker in the lineup. Unfortunately, he failed to have the offensive impact many hoped him capable of after posting astounding numbers in the OHL for four seasons. Recording just 16 points in 55 games, the verdict is still out on whether Frost can one day serve a role as a dynamic point producer at the NHL level. Considering he will be an RFA this offseason, Philadelphia will likely give him one more shot to prove himself on a short-term team-friendly contract. If the Flyers can add to their center depth this offseason, Frost might find himself as a regular on the wing, which some feel will be his permanent place in the pro ranks. Of course, the chance Philadelphia packages him in a trade while attempting to execute their aggressive retool remains possible. In terms of Frost’s NHL ceiling, there is still some optimism that he can put it together and become a legitimate top-six forward. However, the clock is ticking. John Gove


December 2019 – While the points are still a work in progress, Frost has been fitting on Giroux’s wing nicely. He has been connecting with the Flyers Captain on and off the ice and it only stands to help his chances at a successful rookie campaign. That’s not to