The Nashville Predators announced today they have signed 2015 draft pick Tyler Moy to an entry level contract for 2 years. Tyler Moy’s senior season with Harvard ended on Friday with a loss to Minnesota in the Frozen Four.

From the Nashville Predators website:

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)…

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.

I am really glad we didn’t lose another college prospect like we did with Jimmy Vesey.

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Daniel Jones

My name is Daniel Jones, I am from the Washington D.C. area originally, but have lived in Nashville, Tn since 1983. I grew up a fan of the Washington Capitals and I am still partial to them. However, I became a day 1 season ticket holder with the Nashville Predators when they arrived. My wife and I have been hardcore Preds fans ever since.

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