| 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
177 lb (80 kg)
| NHL Team (P)|
| Edmonton Oilers|
Springfield Falcons (AHL)
|Born|| January 27 1986,|
East York, ON, CAN
|NHL Draft|| 112th overall, 2004|
|Pro Career||2006 – present|
Liam Reddox (born January 27, 1986 in East York, Ontario) is a Canadian ice hockey player. Reddox was drafted in the fourth round of the 2002 Ontario Hockey League priority selection to the Peterborough Petes. He played four games with the team as a callup during the 2002/2003 season. Reddox, who now lives in Whitby, Ontario, led the Petes in scoring in his first two full years with the team, including his rookie season in 2003/2004.
Reddox spent three years with the Peterborough Petes, in which he played with both Eric and Jordan Staal, Calgary Flames prospect Daniel Ryder (the younger brother of Michael Ryder of the Boston Bruins) and his now-NHL teammate Bryan Young. Reddox played on a line with Ryder and Buffalo Sabres draft choice Patrick Kaleta. On the powerplay, he would be the second defenceman alongside Columbus Blue Jackets draft pick Trevor Hendrikx, and had Steve Downie, a Philadelphia Flyers draft, on the wing.
Reddox amassed 86 goals and 124 assists for 210 points during his 208 games he played with the Peterborough Petes. He was an assistant to captain Jamie Tardif in the 2005/2006 season, in which the Petes won the Ontario Hockey League championship, in the team's 50th anniversary.
Reddox was signed to the Edmonton Oilers, who drafted him in the fourth round (112th overall) in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft, on June 1, 2006. He currently plays for the Edmonton Oilers, having been called up from their top minor-league affiliate, the Springfield Falcons of the AHL on November 14, 2008.
Reddox scored his first career NHL goal on November 15th, 2008 against the Colorado Avalanche.
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