2007-08: Josh Bailey recently completed his third season in the OHL. Owen Sound's 2005 first round Priority Draft selection played for the Attack for a year and a half before being traded to the Windsor Spitfires in December 2006. Bailey had already become an offensive force during the 2006-07, but he really picked up his game on both ends of the ice during the 2007-08 campaign. With 96 points (29 goals, 67 assists) in 67 regular season games and a +30 plus/minus rating, Bailey led the Spits in scoring and was tenth overall in the OHL.
Used in all situations, Bailey has an excellent work ethic and can play in both ends of the ice. He is a very good playmaker and can feed his teammates the puck and take face-offs very well. Often used as a quarterback on the power play, Bailey's hockey sense and leadership skills are excellent.
Bailey is now a full-time skater in the NHL for the New York Islanders.