All signs point to one of college hockey's top defensemen returning to Havard for his senior season, as reported by Jeff Cox of New York Hockey Journal.
Adam Fox, currently a junior at Harvard University, is expected back for the 2019-20 season, providing a boost to head coach Ted Donato's program.
Should Fox, whose draft rights were traded from the Calgary Flames to the Carolina Hurricanes, remain at the ECAC program, he could be become a free agent when Harvard's season concludes next year. An early favorite for next year's Hobey Baker Award, Fox would have no shortage of suitors. He's currently one of 10 players nominated for the award that annually goes to the NCAA's top player.
During the last three seasons, Fox has recorded 116 points (22 goals, 94 assists) through 96 games, cementing his place as arguably the best puck-moving defensemen in college hockey. He thrives on the power play, quarterbacking the man-advantage from the point.