Long Island’s Adam Fox has been a point machine this postseason for the Rangers


Adam Fox grew up on Long Island watching Rangers games with his dad and grandfather.

Imagine how much fun the Fox family is having now watching Adam play? Especially as the Jericho native has been a point machine for the Blueshirts this postseason.

In the Rangers thrilling series win over Pittsburgh, Fox became the first player in franchise history to record a point in all seven games of a series, according to NYR Stats & Info. He’s the fourth defenseman in league history to achieve that feat. He recored three goals and seven assists.

One of his biggest games came in Game 6’s win where he notched four assists and two blocked shots. He became the fifth Ranger in franchise history to have four (or more) assists in a playoff game.

His most important point was the game-winning assist in Game 7 to advance to Round 2 of the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Watch the pass below.

Fox was selected by Calgary with the 66th overall pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Level Draft. Last year he rose to stardom, winning the Norris Trophy as the best defenseman in the NHL in 2021.

Fox was second among defenseman with 47 points (five goals, 42 assists). He was plus-19 in 55 games and led the Rangers in average ice tie per game (24.42 minutes).

He looks to continue the scoring streak as the Rangers take on their next opponent the Carolina Hurricanes. The series begins tonight at 7 p.m.

The teams met four times during the regular season and Fox had two points in the matchup with a pair of assists. 

Top: New York Rangers defenseman Adam Fox (23) reacts after scoring the first goal of his NHL career during the third period of an NHL hockey game against the Tampa Bay Lightning, Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2019, in New York. The Rangers defeated the Lightning 4-1. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)