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.
When the Barrie Colts were introduced, one by one, on Saturday night, there was tepid applause for some of the less familiar names.
A newly configured top line exploded for four goals Saturday night to spark the Davenport Subaru Orillia Terriers to a 6-3 win over Caledon, less than 24 hours after that same troika helped the Terriers earn an overtime victory in Penetang.
In front of a packed house, the new-look Barrie Colts were hoping to impress.
It took the Toronto Blue Jays almost a full season to hit rock bottom. The Davenport Subaru Orillia Terriers might have accomplished the feat on opening night.
For the last game of the 2016 pre-season, the Colts took on a familiar foe in the Sudbury Wolves. Last season the Colts swept the season series, but both teams have plenty of new faces in their line-ups this season.
The Millwood Logistics novice AE Orillia Terriers skated to the title at the Markham Waxers Early Bird Tournament, capping their stellar weekend with a dramatic 5-4 overtime victory over the TNT Tornadoes in the championship game.
Exhibition games were played Sunday at Rotary Place. Results are as follows.
Let the games begin.
BARRIE - Saturday night, the Colts dropped their second straight pre-season game at home against the Peterborough Petes with a score of 8-0.
Other teams will have to get used to seeing a lot of Cordell James this year.
Barrie Colts forward Adrian Carbonara, right, flicks off a glove while contemplating the next move of Niagara IceDogs defenceman Aaron Haydon during third period OHL action at the Barrie Molson Centre Monday night.
It was a packed house at the Barrie Molson Centre on Thursday for Hockey Night in Simcoe County.