Tyler Moy has officially signed his entry level contract with the Nashville Predators. The terms of the deal is good for two-years. Moy was selected by the Predators in the sixth round of the 2015 NHL Draft and is coming off of a stellar season at Harvard University.
Press Release via Nashville Predators:
Nashville, TN – Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced Monday that the club has signed forward Tyler Moy to a two-year, entry-level contract.
Moy, 21 (7/18/95), played 36 games for Harvard University this season, and led the club with 22 goals while tying for the team lead in points (45). He ranked among the NCAA’s Top 15 in points per game (1.25) and goals per game (.61), as well as pacing the Crimson and ranking among the Top 10 in the nation in power-play goals (10) and game-winning goals (5). The native of La Jolla, California also helped Harvard reach the 2017 Frozen Four, scoring three goals in two games during the East Regional en route to being named to the all-tournament team.
Nashville’s sixth-round selection (175th overall) in the 2015 Entry Draft, Moy finished his four-year collegiate career (2013-17) with 101 points (45g-56a) in 131 games.
It isn’t clear at this time if Moy will be joining the Milwaukee Admirals at the end of their regular season or for their playoff run. What is for certain now though is that he will do what his Harvard teammate Jimmy Vesey didn’t which is join the organization that drafted him and look to make good on their selection. Moy turns 22-years old in July and is a natural center. That role within the organization just got even deeper today.
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