Well, at least the kids got their teddy bears.
The Barrie Colts started the weekend on fire.
It wasn't a complete contest for the Barrie Colts, but they had their moments. Specifically, the opening 20 minutes.
Consistency might be an issue here.
Mired in a long losing streak and without some key veterans, the Barrie Colts had the odds stacked against them.
Even home ice couldn't cure the Barrie Colts' woes.
The Orillia Burton Team of Investment Planning Counsel atom Terriers got off to a strong start Friday morning at the 27th annual Jim Wilson Winter Classic at Rotary Place, earning a hard-fought 4-3 decision over the Erindale Spitfires.
More than 1,500 young hockey players will skate into Orillia this weekend for the 27th annual Jim Wilson Chevrolet Winter Classic.
What a difference a week – and a new goalie – can make.
Siskins forward Ben Hughes scored one goal and three assists in Thursday night’s home game against the Penetang Kings. The Siskins dominated the Kings taking the game 9-0.
The Alliston Hornets and Stayner Siskins continue to duke it out atop the Provincial Junior Hockey League's Carruthers Division.
It wasn’t a perfect weekend by any stretch, but there was something to gain for the Barrie Colts.
When you don't take care of business early, the opportunities can dry up later.
The Stayner Siskins built up a 3-0 first-period lead en route to beating the Midland Flyers, 5-2, in Provincial Junior Hockey League action on Thursday night in Stayner.
The Stayner Siskins continued their high-scoring ways on the weekend in Provincial Junior Hockey League action.
The Barrie Colts got themselves to extra time again. On this occasion, they couldn't get it done.
The Barrie Colts needed to start scoring goals at home. Getting four in regulation was just what the doctor ordered.
The jump wasn't there. For the Barrie Colts, that meant they were in some trouble.
The Barrie Colts have the capability to be quite exciting.