Adam Fox will always remember his first NHL goal.
With the Rangers leading the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 with under three minutes to play in Tuesday night's game, the Rangers found them self in an odd-man rush.
After Lighting goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped the initial shot from Chris Krieder, he allowed a long rebound out into the slot, where Fox wristed in his first NHL goal to give the Rangers a 3-1 lead.
Originally the 66th overall pick by the Calgary Flames in the 2016 draft, Fox was traded from the Flames to the Hurricanes in 2018, and then traded again to the Rangers this past April.
The Rangers would go on to score one more goal on the night, their third of the third period, securing a 4-1 victory to move to 4-5-1 on the season.