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Josh Bailey is a Canadian center on the New York Islanders.
Bailey was drafted by the Islanders 9th overall in 2008, after an impressive career in the OHL, in which he posted 96 points during his final season with the Windsor Spitfires. He joined the Islanders in November of 2008. With the Islanders struggling, Bailey and other young prospects have gotten plenty of time to play and develop their game.
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Sunday February 27
New York Islanders: 23-32-8, 54 pts, 14th in East, 5th in Atlantic Status: Passive Sellers You would think a team in the same position as the Isles would be in full blown rebuild mode, but owner Charles Wang and Garth Snow continue to defy logic in the way they’ve gone about constructing this club. More
Monday October 25
Atlantic Division Power Rankings: Week 1 New York Islanders(2-1-2, 6 pts, 1st in Division Standings): When Mark Streit and Kyle Okposo went down with injuries before the 2010-11 season even had any momentum, it looked like an early funeral for the Isles. More
Wednesday October 13
Definitely fitting into the category of the many “rebuilding” teams in the NHL, the New York Islanders go into this season hoping to improve upon last year when they finished last in the competitive Atlantic Division. More
Tuesday April 13
After a promising start to the season, the Islanders crumbled late in the season, and ended up just about where everyone expected this young team to be at season’s end. More