4:49PM: On not being a Calder finalist, Fox said (NYR):
- “Didn’t really feel too much, obviously it’s nice to be possibly be recognized for it and having your name in the conversation is special. It’s not something I set out to do at the start of the year. A lot of great players, not any disappointment really.”
- Does it put a competitive chip on your shoulder, “I guess, maybe, it’s just people’s opinions, it’s not up to me to decide. I’m confident in the way that I play, just trying to help the team during the season and going into the playoff is my focus. The recognition is nice here and there but it’s not what I set out for.”
- On his season, “for me, I just wanted to come in and make an impact. Leaving college, I thought I was ready to make the jump. There were learning curves along the way. For me, I know what I can do with the puck, it’s more away from the puck and as the year went on I got more comfortable with pace and more comfortable with guys on the team. As the season went along I grew as a player and progressed myself and felt good at the end of the year for sure.”
12:37PM: Adam Fox is not a finalist for the 2020 Calder Trophy.
Quinn Hughes of Vancouver, Cale Makar of Colorado and Domimik Kubalik of Chicago are the nominees.
The Calder Trophy is voted on the PHWA.
Fox ranked fifth in points for rookies, behind Hughes, Makar, Kubalik and Buffalo’s Victor Olofsson.