The Philadelphia Flyers put together a very solid road win last night against the red hot Edmonton Oilers.
A win on the road in Edmonton was something the Flyers organization hadn’t done since 2015.
Philly is looking good but unfortunately stuck in a monster division that looks to possibly be the most competitive this season.
They’ll need some help to make a serious playoff push and that might mean sacrificing one of their top prospects.
According to reports, the Flyers and general manager Chuck Fletcher are open to trading Morgan Frost if it means landing a top six forward or upper level Defenseman.
Frost has started this season in the NHL and has two assists in five games.