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    Name: Adam Fox

    Born: February 17, 1998(age 23) in Jericho, New York

    Height: 5 ft 11 in

    Weight: 181 lb

    Position: Defense

    Shoots: Right

    NHL Draft: 66th overall, 2016 Calgary Flames

    College: Harvard University

    Major: Psychology

    Salary: This past o season, Fox Signed a seven-year deal, taking him through the 2028-29 season for $66.5 million

    Long Island’s Adam Fox scored the deciding goal in the sixth round of a shootout and the New York Rangers beat the Los Angeles Kings 3-2 on Monday night for their ninth win in 12 games. The Jericho Jewish native also recorded an assist in the game bringing his point total to 46 in 43 games this season. Fox hadn’t taken a shootout shot in a long time, probably dating to his junior hockey days, but the Norris Trophy winner sure looked like a guy who knew what he was doing when he stepped up as the 12th shooter in the tiebreaker. Fox went to his backhand and roofed the winning shot over Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick to give the Rangers a 3-2 comeback victory at Madison Square Garden.

    Congratulations on the new contract!! How does it feel to know that you are getting that type of money with your hometown team, the New York Rangers?

    I am very happy to have it done & know that I can now just focus on playing hockey.

    Growing up in Jericho, Nassau County, how did it feel when you found out that you were a New York Ranger?

    I was definitely in a little bit of disbelief. It’s the team that I grew up rooting for. When I heard, I had to take a moment to take it in. It was definitely cool when I got that call. I’m very happy to be playing near my family & friends.

    What teams did you root for growing up?

    Besides the Rangers, I liked the Jets and the Mets. I was a big David Wright fan growing up.

    What are you most proud of, your defense or offense?

    I probably would say my defense. It’s always fun to score, but I’m most proud of my defense because of my size.

    What would you say is your on ice mentality?

    I always try to be calm. I try to be poised with the puck and make the right decision.

    How did it feel to win the NHL’s 2020-21 Norris Trophy?

    It’s special. I’ve been throwing that word around a lot the past few weeks and I just think it’s accurate for how I feel. Those are two of the greatest defensemen ever Brian Leetch and Bobby Orr, and if you hear your name with those guys, it’s always going to be a special thing to hear.

    Did you have a Bar Mitzvah?


    Do you fast on Yom Kippur?

    Usually. Unless there is a game that day.

    Did you know that you are the first Jewish person to ever win a major award in the NHL?

    I did not know that. But it’s very cool! It’s obviously something I take a lot of pride in. It’s definitely nice to represent a community, for sure.