Liam Reddox (LW)
Oklahoma City Barons
2009-10 Season: Scored one goal and added one assist earning the gameâ€™s first star on 10-3-09. Played in his 200th career pro game on 10-10-09 at Hartford. Missed the game on 10-16-09 due to an AHL suspension. Scored second goal of the year on 10-25-09 at Lowell. Scored his fourth goal of the year and was the gameâ€™s second star on 11-29-09. Scored his sixth goal of the year on 1-8-10 against Bridgeport. Scored one goal and added one assist on 1-13-10 at Worcester. Extended his goal scoring streak to four straight games on 1-17-10. Scored OT game-winning goal on 1-29-10 against Norfolk. Collected one goal and one assist on 2-3-10 against Worcester. Scored two goals, including game-tying goal with three-seconds remaining in regulation, on 2-6-10 at Albany.
2008-09 Season: Scored his first goal of the season on October 24, 2008 against Albany. Scored again on October 25, 2008 against Lowell giving him markers in back-to-back games. Scored two goals and earned the gameâ€™s first star on October 31, 2008 against Lowell. Was recalled by the Edmonton Oilers in November before returning to Springfield on January 21, 2009. Was recalled by Oilers on January 26, 2009 where he finished the season.
Career Notes: Made his AHL debut on October 5, 2007 at Portland collecting one assist. Scored his first AHL goal on October 12, 2007 against Portland. Scored his second goal of the year on October 13, 2007 against Manchester. Scored his third goal in as many games on October 14, 2007 against Norfolk. Scored his fourth goal in four straight games and added two assists while recording a +4 rating on October 20, 2007 at Albany. Was the gameâ€™s third picking up one assist on November 9, 2007 against Lowell. Scored two goals and added one assist on November 30, 2007 at Lowell earning the gameâ€™s first star. Made his NHL debut on December 7, 2007 against the St. Louis Blues. Scored his seventh goal of the year on December 11, 2007 against Binghamton. Played in his 100th career pro game on December 22, 2007 at Houston. Returned to the lineup on January 11, 2008 at Lowell after missing six games due to injury. Collected one goal and three assists in earning the gameâ€™s second star on February 24, 2008 at Worcester. Was the gameâ€™s third star on March 8, 2008 against Hershey with two assists. Gameâ€™s first star on April 2, 2008 collecting one goal and three assists.
During the 2006-07 campaign, he played his first professional season with the ECHLâ€™s Stockton Thunder appearing in all but two regular season games. Had a seven-game scoring streak where he recorded 11 points (4G, 7A). During that streak, Reddox recorded three of his five multi-point games on the season. Led the Ontario Hockey Leagueâ€™s Peterborough Petes in scoring in both the 2003-04 and 2004-05 seasons. Guided the Petes to an OHL Robertson Cup in 2005-06. Represented Canada in the under 18 tournament during 2003-04 season in Minsk, Belarus and led the team in scoring. Was named junior player of the year in 2002-03 in Ontario Junior A. Was a junior hockey teammate of Jordan Staal of the NHLâ€™s Pittsburgh Penguins. Finished his junior hockey career with 210 points in 208 games.
DRAFTED: Edmonton Oilers round four (112th overall) in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.