Adam Fox has signed his entry-level contract, and is now officially a member of the New York Rangers.
The Blueshirts acquired Fox on Tuesday, and it was expected that he’d sign within the coming days.
Fox spent the last three seasons with Harvard University, where he scored 21 goals and added 95 assists for 116 points in 97 games. He is coming off an impressive junior season with Harvard in which he earned 48 points in 33 games, and led the NCAA in points-per-game.
Fox was a finalist for the 2019 Hobey Baker Award, along with Cale Makar and Jimmy Schuldt. Makar, currently skating with the the Colorado Avalanche won the award.
As of this times the terms of his entry-level deal are unknown, so stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.