Fox will be a freshman on the Crimson this fall (College Hockey Inc.)
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Incoming men's hockey freshman Adam Fox heard his named called in the third round of the NHL Draft over the weekend, being selected 66th overall by the Calgary Flames.
The native of Jericho, N.Y., led all United States National Team Development Program Under-18 defensemen in goals, assists and points with 9-50—59 in 64 games. Fox was the highest selection of five ECAC players in the 2016 draft.
With Fox's draft selection, Harvard will enter the 2016-17 season with seven student-athletes having been selected in the NHL Entry Draft since 2012. Fox is the lone current Calgary draft selection and seventh all-time. The most recent Flames draft pick from Harvard was Ted Drury '93 during the 1989 draft. Fox is the 10th Harvard selection in the third round.