Fox dished two power-play assists in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Devils.
Anthony DeAngelo remains in coach David Quinn's doghouse and was a healthy scratch, opening up a spot on the first power-play unit for Fox once again. The 22-year-old has collected three helpers with the man advantage over the last two games, and given Fox's success so far in that role, DeAngelo may not regain his plum assignment once he rejoins the lineup.
Fox had a power-play assist, two shots and a blocked shot in Saturday's 5-0 win over the Islanders.
With Anthony DeAngelo scratched for disciplinary reasons, Fox moved up to the top power-play unit and logged over seven minutes with the extra man while setting up New York's first power-play goal of the young season with a touch pass to Artemi Panarin in the slot. The second-year pro out of Harvard has surpassed $56 million man Jacob Trouba as the best all-around blueliner on the Rangers, as Fox can't match Trouba's physicality but more than makes up for it with elite positioning and anticipation. If Fox can permanently supplant DeAngelo on the top power-play unit, he could contend for a top-10 fantasy finish among defensemen.
Fox recorded a pair of helpers, two blocked shots and a plus-2 rating in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Avalanche.
Fox helped out on goals by Mika Zibanejad and Pavel Buchnevich. That gave Fox seven points during a four-game streak. He's up to 42 points, 125 shots, 92 blocks and a plus-22 rating in 70 games, an impressive rookie year for the 22-year-old blueliner.
Fox had a goal and an assist and was plus-3 in Tuesday's 4-2 win over Dallas.
The rookie defenseman opened the scoring just 19 seconds into the contest and later drew an assist on the second of two Kaapo Kakko goals. Fox is in the midst of a three-game point streak (one goal, four assists) and has totaled seven goals and 40 points in 69 games on the year.
Fox produced two shots and a block over 23:22 of ice time in Sunday's 3-1 loss to Boston. He skated 5:57 on the power play.
Fox racked up a hefty allotment of power-play time with fellow offensive-minded blueliner Anthony DeAngelo (upper body) unavailable, but the rookie didn't contribute to Mika Zibanejad's third-period power-play goal. With 31 points in 58 games, Fox makes for a prudent DFS option as long as DeAngelo remains sidelined.
Fox dished out a power-play assist and fired two shots on net in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Islanders.
The rookie blueliner took sole possession of the team lead in power-play assists (11) with the third-period helper. Fox is having an outstanding season with 27 points -- third among rookie defensemen -- through 48 games, although he's averaging 17:59 of ice time per contest.
Fox scored the game-winning goal and added a power-play assist in Monday's 6-2 victory over the Islanders.
His second-period tally came on a great individual effort, as he beat a defender along the boards with a shifty move and then tucked the puck past Semyon Varlamov from a very sharp angle. Fox has been on a roll lately, scoring a goal and nine points in his last seven games, and the 21-year-old rookie is up to 26 points (six goals, 20 helpers) through his first 45 NHL contests.
Fox picked up three assists, two on the power play, in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Flames.
Fox, who was a third-round selection of the Flames in 2016, came back to haunt the team that drafted him. The Harvard product had a hand in all three Rangers goals, but it wasn't enough for the win. The 21-year-old has produced an excellent rookie year with 22 points (10 on the power play), 69 shots and 53 blocked shots in 40 games. He's added five helpers in his last two games -- the defenseman could make for a good DFS option for Saturday's game in Vancouver.
Fox registered a pair of assists in Tuesday's 7-5 loss to the Oilers.
Fox set up goals by Ryan Strome and Mika Zibanejad in the third period. The rookie defenseman has been a revelation this season with 19 points, 68 shots on goal and 52 blocked shots through 39 games. The 21-year-old is worth a look in most fantasy formats.
Fox posted a goal and an assist in a 3-2 victory against the Hurricanes on Wednesday.
With the multi-point performance, Fox has points in each of his last three games and in four of the last five. His 10.0 shooting percentage is likely unsustainable, but he already has four goals and 13 points with a plus-6 rating. Throw in 40 shots on net and 26 blocks, it's hard to imagine a better start for Fox to his rookie season.
Fox scored and collected an assist in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime win against Pittsburgh.
The 21-year-old continues to play on New York's third defensive pairing but also sees a regular shift on the power play. His two points in Tuesday's win give Fox eight on the year, and the young defenseman has now pitched in six points over his last five games.
Fox scored a goal on four shots and was plus-2 in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Lightning.
The 21-year-old defenseman jumped into an odd-man rush late in the third period and banged home a rebound to put the Rangers up 3-1. The rookie from Harvard logged just over 16 minutes of ice time, including some time on the power play, and now has two points in his first 10 NHL games.
Fox got his first NHL point in his eighth game with a third-period assist in Thursday's 6-2 win over the Sabres.
Despite the lack of point production, Fox has looked comfortable at the NHL level, using his excellent stick skills and vision to drive possession for the Rangers. He was a dominant offensive force at the NCAA level with Harvard, so don't be surprised to see the 21-year-old Jericho, New York native start to contribute more points as he gets acclimated to playing with the big boys.
Fox has made New York's Opening Night roster.
Fox displayed a tremendous combination of vision and hockey sense throughout camp, masking any perceived deficiencies from his pedestrian size and speed. The 21-year-old blueliner totaled 48 points in 33 games at Harvard last season, so dynasty league owners should jump on Fox while those in redraft leagues are advised to monitor his progress as well in case that production translates to immediate NHL success.
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