2005-06: As a freshman at Union College, Fox totaled 20 points in 30 games, finishing ninth among first year players in the ECACHL.
2006-07: Named MVP of his team at Union College after leading his team in scoring with 37 points in 36 games and a +10 rating. He was fifth overall in the league in scoring. Left Union College after his sophomore season to sign with the Sharks.
2007-08: Fox appeared in 71 games for the Worcester Sharks (AHL), finishing with 24 points (12g+12a) and a +2 plus/minus rating. He scored his first professional goal, the game-winner in a 5-3 win over Providence on Oct. 21. He recorded his first multi-assist game of the season (and career) with a pair of helpers on Apr. 12 at Lowell. He recorded his first professional fighting major on Nov. 24 vs. Providence.
A late bloomer of sorts, Fox is a strong skater who needs to round out his overall game. He has good offensive instincts and has matured well over the last few seasons