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Bradford Bulldogs Midget A team won the OMHA Championship in Bradford, Ont. on Saturday March 25, 2017. Miriam King/Bradford Times/Postmedia Network

We are the Champions!

On home ice, with cheering fans packing the stands, the Bradford Bulldogs Midget A team won the OMHA championship, defeating the New Hamburg Huskies in a crucial Game 5. It was the first time a Bradford team has won the Ontario championship in over 2 decades.


Ingham has them thinking

Jake Ingham has given Mississauga Steelheads head coach James Richmond and his coaching staff a lot to think about heading into the Ontario Hockey League playoffs.

Creemore Atoms take provincial title

CREEMORE — The Creemore Valley Hawks Atom Rep team waved and hollered from a fire truck Saturday, which paraded them around town wearing their red ball caps after they won the Ontario Minor Hockey Association Championship Saturday.


Bantams fall in bronze-medal game

AURORA (STAFF) – The Barrie Colts bantam 'AAA' team made it to the bronze-medal game at the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) championship on the weekend at St. Andrews College.

Colts overager Anthony Stefano, in his final game, cuts to the front of the net. Stefano led Barrie in scoring this season with 56 points. MARK WANZEL PHOTO

Swan song for Colts

It was a situation unfamiliar to almost no other Barrie Colt in franchise history. But coming into Saturday night, both Roy Radke and Anthony Stefano knew this was it.

Jack Hughes, a centreman with the Toronto Marlboro minor-midget ‘AAA’ team, is expected to be a top pick in the upcoming Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection, in which the Barrie Colts have the first-overall selection. TROY SHANTZ/OHL IMAGES

Colts eye top pick

The only other time the Barrie Colts finished last overall in the Ontario Hockey League they came away with franchise defenceman Aaron Ekblad, who went on to win the Calder Trophy as top rookie in the NHL with the Florida Panthers.


Bantams open with win

The Barrie Colts bantam ‘AAA’ team opened the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) championship tournament on a high note, Friday morning.

Alliston Hornet Stephen Nosad throws his arms up in jubilation after scoring in overtime goal to win Game 4, 6-5, to win the Carruthers Division title and advance to the North Conference final. GISELE WINTON SARVIS/PHOTO

Hornets sweep Siskins

The Alliston Hornets closed the door on the Stayner Siskins with a 6-5 overtime win in Game 4 at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre in front of a cheering crowd of more than 800 people to win the Carruthers Division title.

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