Joshua Bailey

North American Skater - Windsor, OHL
Final Rank:14Midterm Rank:12
Height:6' 0"Weight:188
Born:October 2, 1989
Born in:Oshawa, ON, CAN
Drafted: 2008: NYI (1st Round / 9th Overall) 
  • Finished the 2007-08 regular season with a nine-game point streak, registering 23 points (5-18--23) and helping the Spitfires finish third in the Western Conference.
  • Led the Windsor Spitfires in scoring while ranking 10th overall in the league in points with 96 (29-67--96). His 67 assists ranked third overall in the OHL.
  • An assistant captain with Windsor, he was selected to the 2008 OHL All-Star Classic and had two goals in the 2008 CHL Top Prospects Game, leading his team to an 8-4 victory,
  • Played for Team Ontario at the Under-17 World Championships.
  • He played for Oshawa until he was nine, playing on his first hockey team with the Oshawa Minor Generals at age four before joining the Clarington Minor Hockey Association.
  • He wears number 89 because of his birth year and his nickname is “Bails”.
  • If he could be in any movie he would be in Superbad and if he wasn’t playing hockey he would become a police officer.




NHL Team: Toronto Maple Leafs

NHL Player: Joe Sakic

Shootout move: “fake shot backhand five hole”

Goal celebration: “arm in the air”

Practice Drill: “2 on 1’s”

Video Game: Guitar Hero

Movie: Superbad

TV Show: Family Guy

Actor: Will Ferrell

Pump-up song: “Love is Gone” by David Guetta

Food to cook: Egg sandwich

Sport (other than hockey): Baseball

Activity away from the rink: Fishing

Place to visit: The beach




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