ALBANY, N.Y. – Adding to a long list of postseason accolades, student-athletes from the Harvard men's hockey team earned all three of the final monthly awards distributed by ECAC Hockey Thursday for March and April. Senior Tyler Moy was named Player of the Month, junior Merrick Madsen was tabbed Goaltender of the Month and freshman Adam Fox garnered Rookie of the Month recognition.
Moy shined on the biggest stages of the season for the Crimson, leading the team with six goals and 11 points during the playoff run to the Frozen Four. He tallied five points in Harvard's sweep of rival Yale in the ECAC Hockey quarterfinals and found the back of the net in all three of Harvard's NCAA Tournament games. He was named to the NCAA All-East Region team and recently signed a professional contract with the Nashville Predators.
Madsen earns his second-straight Goaltender of the Month honor from the conference. He was named ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Week on four occasions this season and stood out during the postseason, earning Most Outstanding Player honors at the ECAC Tournament and the NCAA East Regional. The third-team All-ECAC Hockey selection went 6-1-0 during the playoffs, highlighted by his .941 save percentage and 1.86 GAA.
The ECAC Hockey and Ivy League Rookie of the Year, Fox continued to excel in the postseason, registering eight points on one goal and seven assists. He had a point in six of Harvard's seven playoff games, while also blocking 15 shots, helping Harvard reach the Frozen Four. He recently received the Bob Monahan Award as the top defenseman in New England this season.