A pair of Barrie Colts are included in NHL Central Scouting’s midterm rankings ahead of this summer’s draft.
With a 5-1 road win over the Schomberg Cougars on Monday night and a 3-1 home victory late last week against the Midland Flyers, the Stayner Siskins have extendd their unbeaten streak to 20 games
When you score 11 goals in a weekend, that usually leads to success.
What a weekend of hockey. The 21st annual Orillia Hawks Girls’ Hockey Tournament wrapped up Sunday with championship games in 16 divisions, and when the final gold medal was handed out, 101 teams from across the province had competed in more than 185 games at seven arenas around the region.
Cordell James thought he'd finish his Ontario Hockey League career where he started it four years ago.
This was far from the most tactically-sound game of the year for the Barrie Colts. And yet, they still had a chance to win.
It’s all about the youth for the Barrie Colts.
The Barrie Colts Dominion Lending Darick.ca minor-midget ‘AA’ team won the 22nd annual Glenn Bellerby tournament this past weekend in dramatic fashion.
What started as a vision is now a dream.
In just the NHL’s second season of 3-on-3 overtime, the new format is beginning to change the game of hockey as we know it.
As the Provincial Junior Hockey League's regular season winds down, the Orillia Terriers have fallen into the bottom of the standings, a dangerous position they wanted to avoid.
Adversity and depression can be a recipe for a new career.
Just hours after shipping their captain to the Owen Sound Attack, the rebuilding Barrie Colts made a few other deals leading up to Tuesday's Ontario Hockey League trade deadline.
The Barrie Colts Cubeit blue and GTA Building Operations white minor bantam AE teams recently went head-to-head for a worthy cause.
The Barrie Colts deal to send captain Cordell James to the Owen Sound Attack before Monday's noon trade deadline for overagers was as much about doing right by the player as it was for what they got in return.
It was a tall task for the Barrie Colts. Playing their third game in as many nights, the Colts had to take on the powerful Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds.
The Barrie Sharks peewee ‘AA’ team closed out 2016 in Ottawa by winning one of the country's most prestigious tournaments, the Bell Capital Cup.
Friends Peter Brewda, Brad Hickman and Dennis Dyke were busy Thursday evening.
Hockey can be a strange game sometimes.