Local native Matt Beleskey and his wife Victoria have welcomed a baby daughter into their family.
On home ice, with cheering fans packing the stands, the Bradford Bulldogs Midget A team won the OMHA championship, defeating the New Hamburg Huskies in a crucial Game 5. It was the first time a Bradford team has won the Ontario championship in over 2 decades.
Wherever Ryan Wood goes, you'll likely find TJ Sherwood not far behind.
Jake Ingham has given Mississauga Steelheads head coach James Richmond and his coaching staff a lot to think about heading into the Ontario Hockey League playoffs.
The Barrie Colts bantam ‘A’ team has won the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) championship for 2017.
CREEMORE — The Creemore Valley Hawks Atom Rep team waved and hollered from a fire truck Saturday, which paraded them around town wearing their red ball caps after they won the Ontario Minor Hockey Association Championship Saturday.
After years of success, the Barrie Colts knew they were going to have to pay for it down the road.
The Alliston Hornets will face the Mount Forest Patriots in the Provincial Junior Hockey League's North Conference final.
Mississauga Steelheads rookie goaltender and Barrie native Jacob Ingham finished the Ontario Hockey League regular season in style.
AURORA (STAFF) – The Barrie Colts bantam 'AAA' team made it to the bronze-medal game at the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) championship on the weekend at St. Andrews College.
It was a situation unfamiliar to almost no other Barrie Colt in franchise history. But coming into Saturday night, both Roy Radke and Anthony Stefano knew this was it.
The only other time the Barrie Colts finished last overall in the Ontario Hockey League they came away with franchise defenceman Aaron Ekblad, who went on to win the Calder Trophy as top rookie in the NHL with the Florida Panthers.
The Barrie Colts bantam ‘AAA’ team opened the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) championship tournament on a high note, Friday morning.
The competition got tougher for the Barrie Colts this year, but that wouldn’t stop them from reaching a familiar spot.
Andrew Sachkiw waltzes into the Barrie Colts media room.
The Alliston Hornets closed the door on the Stayner Siskins with a 6-5 overtime win in Game 4 at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre in front of a cheering crowd of more than 800 people to win the Carruthers Division title.
Barrie Colts rookie goaltender Christian Propp got a long look for the Ontario Hockey League's player-of-the-week award, but the honour ended up going to Owen Sound Attack forward Petrus Palmu.
The Stayner Siskins are facing elimination at the hands of their most heated rival.
The Barrie Colts season might be nearing an end, but they see no reason why they can't heat up now.