Flyers Rumors: Canucks Linked To Forward In Trade Talks

The Vancouver Canucks have emerged as a potential suitor for Philadelphia Flyers forward Morgan Frost, according to Frank Seravalli and NHL Trade's Rob Ellis.

The Canucks, who are in search of both a top-four defenseman and additional center depth, have shown interest in Frost's talents.

Despite Frost's recent struggles and time as a healthy scratch under coach John Tortorella, his undeniable offensive potential makes him an attractive option to bolster the Canucks' center position.

As NHL trade discussions continue to develop, it remains to be seen whether the Flyers are open to entertaining offers for Frost and whether the Canucks will actively pursue him to address their roster needs.

The 24-year-old has got off to a slow start this year, after a career-best season in 2022-23, seeing the former top prospect score 19 goals and 46 total points across 81 games played.

Frost is a former first-round pick (27th overall) by the Flyers in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. Photo Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports