Morgan Frost’s absence during the Flyers’ home opener was conspicuous, but the young center displayed maturity and a clear mindset when discussing his healthy scratch. He expressed understanding for coach John Tortorella’s decision, emphasizing the importance of maintaining a positive outlook.

While the Flyers secured a 2-0 victory over the Canucks without Frost, his omission raised eyebrows given his strong performance in the previous season. Despite this, a lackluster start in the first two games of the season prompted his benching, allowing prospects Bobby Brink and Tyson Foerster to take the stage.

Frost acknowledged his subpar performance in the initial games, admitting that he wasn’t as engaged as he should have been. He understands that competition within the team is fierce, and he is determined to improve his game.

As the Flyers prepare to face the Oilers, Frost’s return to the lineup remains uncertain. Nevertheless, his resilient attitude and commitment to regaining his spot are unwavering.