Dale Hawerchuk had no idea what was in store for him when he headed west to Manitoba and the city of Winnipeg.
Gene Pereira, Special to Postmedia Network
The buzzer went off to end the period, but Leo Lazarev had some important business to take care of first before he headed across the ice to the dressing room.
Andrei Svechnikov is doing just fine after surgery on his broken hand early last week in Toronto.
Kai Edmonds knew he wanted his No. 27 painted on the chin and his new goalie mask to be mainly blue.
Already an offensive force earlier in the game against the Erie Otters with a pair of goals and an assist, Barrie Colts forward Andrei Svechnikov stepped on the ice with little more than a minute remaining to help his team protect a slim 6-5 lead.
It has been more than a year since Megan Lukan and her Canadian women’s national rugby teammates won a bronze medal at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics.
A rookie forward who was trying to find his way in the Ontario Hockey League with the Barrie Colts, Zach Magwood didn’t have to look too far for inspiration during that 2015-16 season.
There’s been no shortage of go-to guys for the Barrie Colts early this season.
Stephanie Sherlock was seven years old when her father, David, then a golf-course superintendent at the Countryway Golf Club in Tampa, Fla., had her tag along as he headed out to water the links at night.
From practically the first day he laced up his skates, Bruce Gardiner could skate like the wind.
Justin Murray has spent many a time looking up at all the pictures in Captain's Corner.
The Barrie Colts proved they were up to the challenge Thursday night against the Soo Greyhounds.
Being named after his grandfather is a huge source of pride for Barrie Colts rookie defenceman Victor Hadfield.
The road travelled by the Barrie Colts last season was a bumpy one to say the least.
Dale Hawerchuk was just fine with the long stretch between preseason games for his Barrie Colts.
The on-ice chemistry between Andrei Svechnikov and Alexey Lipanov is obvious to anyone who watched the Russian forwards dominate during the opening week of Barrie Colts training camp.
Eric Hawerchuk is right at home with the next stop on the Mackenzie Tour-PGA Tour Canada.
Just days away from the biggest race of her young career, Dana Gilligan admits she can hardly contain her excitement.
Ryan Suzuki had anxiously waited all summer for the opening of Colts training camp, but the club’s first-overall pick admits he was a little nervous when he set out from his home in London to drive to Barrie.
In his office upstairs at the Barrie Molson Centre, Colts general manager Jason Ford has a board with all the players and top prospects slotted into their respective positions.