Hockey Canada has announced its development camp rosters for the under-18 level as well as for players recently drafted into the Canadian Hockey League out of the minor-midget ranks.
Several well-known names familiar to local hockey fans as well as some former Barrie Colts are up for grabs in the National Hockey League expansion draft.
The Barrie Colts have signed a pair of players drafted in last year’s Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection.
The Greater Metro Junior 'A' Hockey League’s Bradford Rattlers have named Stanley Cup winner Ric Jackman as their head coach for the 2017-18 season.
At the age of four, Paula Voorheis would head to the rink with her parents to watch older brother, Marshall, play hockey.
Any sports fan knows that watching a live sporting event comes with a cost.
The Lizotte clan raised a hard-nosed, hard-working hockey player and now they got to see him raise the J. Ross Robertson Cup.
There’s seldom a day that Mike Rosati doesn’t wake up thinking about ways to best stop a puck.
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.
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.
Barrie native Mitchell Russell turned in a solid performance at the OHL Gold Cup on the weekend.
Stayner Siskins players, coaches, sponsors and family members gathered to reflect on a successful season at its awards banquet recently.
The Ayr Centennials have a 3-2 series lead on the Port Hope Panthers in the best-of-seven Schmalz Cup championship.
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.
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.
The Port Hope Panthers have advanced to the Schmalz Cup final after downing the Alliston Hornets, 4-1, in the best-of- seven semifinal.
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.
In the Ontario Hockey Association’s Schmalz Cup semifinals, it’s been all about home ice for the Alliston Hornets and the Port Hope Panthers.
Seventy players from the Ontario Hockey League are included in the National Hockey League Central Scouting final rankings ahead of this summer’s draft, which will be held June 23-24 in Chicago.