The Barrie Colts were facing a team not at their best. They made sure to take advantage of the opportunity.
Being a young team presents a number of challenges for the Barrie Colts.
Facing off against the top teams in the league requires some air-tight defensive play. The Barrie Colts sprung a few too many leaks on Saturday.
For a while, it looked as though the Barrie Colts were set to break out of their slump.
The Stayner Siskins and Alliston Hornets, powerhouses during the Provincial Junior Hockey League regular season,
The losses have been piling up for the Barrie Colts.
Both the Stayner Siskins and the Alliston Hornets opened the Provincial Junior Hockey League playoffs with victories on Thursday night.
The Barrie Colts special teams have been anything but special of late.
The Stayner Siskins rattled off three more victories on the weekend to finish the Provincial Junior Hockey League's regular season with a 39-3-0 record, good enough for 78 points in 42 games and a .929 winning percentage in the Northern Conference's Caruthers Division.
For the third night in a row, the Barrie Colts put forth a spirited effort. And as was the case the previous two times, they were unable to come out with a win.
The Barrie Colts, with all of 16 skaters, were up against a team with 14 straight wins. But in a game of crazy bounces, the hard-working Colts nearly pulled it out.
The Start Talking Cup, designed to brings awareness to mental-health issues among youth, was held on Sunday at the Barrie Molson Centre.
Natalie and Dene Conlon have to live every day with the choice their young son made to end his life in 2015.
The Davenport Subaru Orillia Terriers snapped their six-game losing streak on the weekend, crushing the Huntsville Otters 5-1 at the Canada Summit Centre.
CLEARVIEW TWP. - The Stayner Siskins shut out the Alliston Hornets 4-0 in the Sunday afternoon home game for the team’s 23rd consecutive win and cementing their place in first place.
Some exciting hockey has been played lately at the Barrie Molson Centre.
There were some real positives in all of facets of the game. The Barrie Colts were able to ride those to an overtime victory.
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.
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.