Hockey Canada has released its rosters for the upcoming World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.
The Ontario Hockey League released its rosters for a pair of upcoming games against Russia, but no Barrie Colts made the cut.
The rinks in central Ontario made a lot of noise this past weekend in girls rep hockey divisions in support of breast cancer awareness month.
This past weekend has proven that the Barrie Colts can jump into a lead.
The Stayner Siskins continued their high-scoring ways on the weekend in Provincial Junior Hockey League action.
The Barrie Colts got themselves to extra time again. On this occasion, they couldn't get it done.
Barrie native Ben Hughes and Zack Trott both had four goals and three assists as the Stayner Siskins blasted the Midland Flyers, 12-1, on Thursday night in Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) action.
It's a modest win streak, but it's still something to build off.
The Barrie Colts needed to start scoring goals at home. Getting four in regulation was just what the doctor ordered.
The Stayner Siskins are doing their best to keep pace with the Alliston Hornets atop the Provincial Junior Hockey League's Carruthers Division in the Northern Conference standings.
If you've got the firepower, you can blow them away.
Three locally trained OHLers are among 66 players who have been selected to represent Canada at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in Sault Ste. Marie beginning later this month.
The Barrie Colts sit four points back of the Central Division-leading Sudbury Wolves after splitting a pair of weekend games in Sarnia and Flint.
The effects of the home opener versus the Alliston Hornets will linger for weeks to come for the Stayner Siskins beyond the 5-1 loss.
The jump wasn't there. For the Barrie Colts, that meant they were in some trouble.
It’s pretty good to be a Chicago sports fan these days.
The Barrie Colts have the capability to be quite exciting.
With a much younger team this year, there's far less room for error for the Barrie Colts.
Goal scoring used to be much easier for the Barrie Colts. But with the usual suspects no longer with the club, there's still some figuring out to be done.