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Adam Fox is not a Norris Trophy Finalist

The NHL has announced that Adam Fox is not a finalist for the Norris Trophy.

Cale Makar, Roman Josi and Victor Hedman are the three finalists.

Fox, last year’s Norris winner, had 11 goals and 63 assists in 78 games this season.

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Adam Fox activated off of IR

The Rangers have announced that Adam Fox has been activated off of IR and that Jarred Tinordi has been sent to Hartford.

Fox was injured on 1/27 against Columbus and missed the final three games before the All-Star break and the All-Star game.

Kaapo Kakko, according to the Rangers website, is still listed on IR.

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Adam Fox signs SEVEN-YEAR extension worth $9.5 million

The Rangers have announced that Adam Fox has signed a seven-year contract extension.

The deal is worth $9.5 million per season.

Chris Drury said in a statement, “We are thrilled that we have agreed to terms with Adam on a contract extension and that he will continue to play for the team he grew up cheering for. In just over two seasons, Adam has consistently shown why he is a cornerstone for our organization and one of the best players in the NHL. It has been a privilege for us, and our fans, to watch Adam showcase his ability on a nightly basis, and we are glad to have that opportunity for seven more years.”

Fox is the reigning Norris Trophy winner.

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The latest on Adam Fox’s potential contract extension

10/21/21 | LeBrun writes about Fox in The Athletic and says that his “sense” is that Chris Drury has made it known that the Rangers want to sign Fox long term and that Fox wants to be a Ranger for “a very long time.”

10/19/21 | On TSN’s Insider Trading Pierre LeBrun spoke about Adam Fox’s possible next contract.

LeBrun said “A guy to keep an eye on this season is Adam Fox, the guy who just won the Norris Trophy and he’s up at the end of the year coming out of his entry level deal and, guess what? His camp will be looking for a contract that starts with a 9.”

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Boston signs defenseman Charlie McAvoy to eight-year contract

The Bruins have signed 23-year old defenseman Charlie McAvoy to an eight-year deal that has a cap hit of $9.5 million.

McAvoy is on his second contract and in the final-year of his three-year deal that has a cap hit of $4.9 million.

This is McAvoy’s fifth NHL season and he has 24 goals and 98 assists in 235 games.

Adam Fox is in the final-year of his entry level contract and has 14 goals and 77 assists in 127 games.

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Adam Fox has won the 2020-21 Norris Trophy

9:20PM: Adam Fox met with the media following his Norris Trophy win and said (NHL):

  • On the coaching change and have you spoken with Coach Quinn, “Obviously those type of decisions are for the higher-ups, but coaching staff and management, everyone involved is helpful in where I’m at and giving me the opportunity to play and showcase what I can do and that is important for any player. I think Coach Quinn trusted me and I’m grateful for that. We’ve kept in touch a little bit, he congratulated me and I wish him the best, but those type of business decisions are not for me to make and I wish those guys the best, but for any player to have success it’s a team effort and those guys definitely played a role in it.”