In the last Barrie Colts home contest, they surrendered eight goals to Hamilton.
The Barrie Colts know the three-goalie rotation in the crease isn’t ideal.
The second round of the Provincial Junior Hockey League playoffs starts on Thursday.
A rocky roller-coaster season came to a screeching halt for the Davenport Subaru Terriers Sunday night as the Penetang Kings roared back from a 3-1 series deficit to win three straight games – two in overtime – to eliminate Orillia from the post-season.
Perhaps the Barrie Colts never should have been in Thursday night's game.
The Barrie Colts were facing a team not at their best. They made sure to take advantage of the opportunity.
Even without ‘Big’ Ben Hughes on the ice, the Stayner Siskins pulled of an 8-3 win on Thursday night to eliminate the Caledon Golden Hawks and secure a spot in the Provincial Junior Hockey League’s Carruthers Division semifinals.
Barrie Colts defenceman Tyler Tucker skated deep into the Peterborough Petes offensive zone.
The Stayner Siskins have taken a 3-1 lead in their best-of-seven series against the Caledon Golden Hawks while the Alliston Hornets have advanced to the second round after eliminating the Schomberg Cougars in five games in Provincial Junior Hockey League playoff action.
Being a young team presents a number of challenges for the Barrie Colts.
Facing off against the top teams in the league requires some air-tight defensive play. The Barrie Colts sprung a few too many leaks on Saturday.
For a while, it looked as though the Barrie Colts were set to break out of their slump.
His Barrie Colts on a season-high eight-game losing skid and facing a Mississauga Steelheads team that appears to be finally living up to its favourite status in the Eastern Conference, Dale Hawerchuk is making sure his team’s attention is right where it needs to be.
The Stayner Siskins and Alliston Hornets, powerhouses during the Provincial Junior Hockey League regular season,
The losses have been piling up for the Barrie Colts.
Both the Stayner Siskins and the Alliston Hornets opened the Provincial Junior Hockey League playoffs with victories on Thursday night.
The Barrie Colts special teams have been anything but special of late.
Kirill Nizhnikov admits hockey really wasn’t his thing when he was a young kid growing up in Moscow.
Stayner Siskins centre Ben Hughes ended the regular season as the top scorer in the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) with 102 points.