The weekend was downright ugly for the Barrie Colts at the start.
Stephen Sweet, Special to Postmedia Network
The Barrie Colts were giving it a go. But with almost nothing going right offensively, there was little room for error.
Lights, camera, action.
Things started out all right for the Barrie Colts. They would get ugly in a hurry.
Steven Noble kept the score of last year's defeat on his phone as a constant reminder that he and his teammates had come up short.
It’s the usual suspect against the relative newcomer.
The Barrie Colts came into this past weekend without their top two goal-scorers, but you wouldn’t know that based on the numbers they put up.
The Barrie Colts were finally back at home. It looked like they had never left.
This was a second chance for the Nantyr Shores Tritons.
It wasn’t too long ago that the Bear Creek Kodiaks were a winless team.
The Barrie Colts were going to be a better team this year.
The Barrie Colts had been jumping out in front of a lot of teams lately. They got a taste of their own medicine on Saturday night.
The Barrie Colts have kept the puck out of their own net for two games in a row now.
Two defencemen down, the Barrie Colts had to dig deep.
This was going to be a difficult weekend for the Barrie Colts.
The challenge was set for the Barrie Colts with the top team in the league coming to town.
They can play it fast and loose, or slow and tight.
The Barrie Colts would bend, but not break. A high-scoring, offensive game was in the cards with the Erie Otters in town, and it went to the wire.
The Barrie Colts got their offence early on Thursday. That meant they had to hold the fort the rest of the way.
The St. Peter’s Panthers have spent a lot of time playing together.