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Kelly Garbe, a social worker at the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre in Barrie, has her photo taken with former NHLer Ric Jackman as the Stanley Cup made a visit to Barrie on Friday. The holy grail of hockey supremacy was on display for patients, visitors, volunteers and staff to view. Jackman won the Cup in 2007 as a member of the Anaheim Ducks. MARK WANZEL/PHOTO

Stanley stops in Barrie

Kelly Garbe, a social worker at the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre in Barrie, has her photo taken with former NHLer Ric Jackman as the Stanley Cup made a visit to Barrie on Friday.

Barrie native Ian Andriano played last season with the Ottawa Junior ‘A’ Senators in the Central Canada Hockey League. During a tournament in December, he was noticed by officials from Rochester Institute of Technology who soon offered him a scholarship. WWW.ICELEVEL.COM/PHOTO

Path leads to RIT

Ian Andriano’s parents often made the five-hour trek from Barrie to the nation’s capital to watch him play in goal for the Ottawa Junior ‘A’ Senators.

All eyes are on a loose puck in front of goaltender Jet Greaves during the Barrie Colts rookie camp intrasquad game on Sunday. KEVIN LAMB/PHOTO

Big summer ahead for Colts

Barrie Colts fans got a first-hand look at the future this weekend when the Ontario Hockey League club held its annual rookie camp at the Barrie Molson Centre.

Peterborough Petes defenceman Brandon Prophet, who played parts of two seasons with the Barrie Colts, checks Mississauga Steelheads forward Shaw Boomhower into the boards during Ontario Hockey League action earlier this season in Peterborough. The Petes and Steelheads will now meet in the Eastern Conference final. CLIFFORD SKARSTEDT/POSTMEDIA NETWORK FILE PHOTO

Prophet and the Petes

The Ontario Hockey League playoffs are down to the final four teams after the Erie Otters topped the London Knights, 5-4, Tuesday night in a thrilling Game 7 overtime classic.

Colts select Hadfield with top pick

The Barrie Colts had the first-overall pick in the inaugural Ontario Hockey League Under-18 Priority Selection and chose defenceman Victor Hadfield from the Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs, Wednesday night.

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