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Barrie Colts
BarrieColts
City: Barrie, Ontario
League: Ontario Hockey League
Conference: Eastern
Division: Central
Founded: 1978 (1978)–79 (Jr. B.)
May 6, 1994 (OHL)
Home Arena: Barrie Molson Centre
Colours: Navy blue, yellow, red and white
                   
Head Coach: Jason Ford
General Manager: Dale Hawerchuk
Affiliate(s): Couchiching Terriers
The colts celebrate a goal by Bryan Little during the second period

The Colts celebrate a goal by Bryan Little during the second period, during a September 2005 game at the Brampton Battalion.

The Barrie Colts are a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League, based in Barrie, Ontario, Canada. There were two previous Barrie Colts team which played Junior A & B hockey in the Ontario Hockey Association, one from 1907 until 1910 and another from the 1920s to 1940s.

Original ColtsEdit

The first Barrie Colts played in the junior division of the OHA from 1907 until 1910, prior to the creation of junior A and B levels. One notable alumni is Gordon Meeking who played for the Ottawa Senators and Toronto 228th Battalion of the National Hockey Association (NHA) and later in the Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA).

The Barrie Colts were revived in 1921 and played in the Ontario Hockey Association from 1921 to 1944. The club started out as a Junior-B team, then were promoted to Junior-A around the start of[World War II. The Junior B Colts won the Sutherland Cup Championship in 1934–35. One of its original players was Leighton "Hap" Emms. Hockey Hall of Fame goaltender Harry Lumley played for this team in 1942–43. Other NHL alumni include Ab DeMarco and Jack Dyte.

Modern ColtsEdit

The modern Barrie Colts also started out as a Junior C team in the Georgia Bay league. In 1970 they moved up to Junior B hockey in the Mid-Ontario Jr.B league, then moved to the Central Junior B Hockey League in 1978 when the Mid-Ontario league folded. This version of the Junior B Colts won the Sutherland Cup Championship in 1992–93. For the next two seasons (1993–95), the Colts played at the Junior A Tier II level. The team was granted permission to join the Ontario Hockey League as an expansion franchise on May 6, 1994, starting play during the 1995–96 season.

The Colts have been very successful since their inception. Barrie has never missed the playoffs in team history, and were the first OHL team to make the post-season in their inaugural year. The Colts won the J. Ross Robertson Cup in the 1999–2000 season, playing the seventh game on the road, defeating the Plymouth Whalers. Barrie travelled to Halifax, Nova Scotia to compete in the Memorial Cup that year, losing to the Rimouski Océanic in the championship game.

The 1999–2000 season was successful on the ice but had many off-ice problems. There was internal dissension centering around Mike Jefferson and Sheldon Keefe (both had David Frost as an agent), and Coach Bill Stewart would later be suspended by the OHL when it was found out that he smuggled an imported Russian player across the Canada-United States border in the luggage compartment of the team bus.

After a rebuilding season, the Colts made a second trip to the OHL finals in 2002, losing to the Erie Otters. Three years later, the franchise celebrated its 10th anniversary in the OHL in 2004–05.

On April 7, 2006, the Ontario Hockey League announced the approval of the transfer of 46% interest in the team, with Howie Campbell as the new majority owner of the franchise. Campbell is a partner in Superior Electric Supply (SESCO). James Massie is a minor partner in ownership, and also owns Georgian International.

On May 16, 2006 the Barrie Colts announced the resignation of the team's general manager, Mike McCann. During McCann's 25 year tenure with the team, he has also been director of player personnel, and a head scout. Mike McCann has also been inducted into the Barrie Sports Hall of Fame.

The 2007–08 season saw a return of Junior B Colts alumnus Drake Berehowsky to the team. He is currently working with them as an assistant coach.

ChampionshipsEdit

OHL

Memorial Cup

J. Ross Robertson Cup Ontario Hockey League Championship

Bobby Orr Trophy Eastern Conference Championship

Emms Trophy Central Division title

  • 1998–99—105 Points (First in Eastern Conference)
  • 1999–2000—93 Points (First in Eastern Conference)
  • 2006–07—97 Points (First in Eastern Conference)
  • 2009–10—116 Points (First in OHL)
  • 2012–13—92 Points (Second in Eastern Conference)
  • 2014–15—85 Points (Second in Eastern Conference)
  • 2015-16—89 Points (Second in Eastern Conference)

Hamilton Spectator Trophy Best Record in the League

  • 2009–10,—116 Points

(Finishing with a 57–9–0–2 record. #1 in Canada for the final four weeks of the season)


OHA Jr. B

Sutherland Cup Junior 'B' Championship

  • 1934–35 and 1992–93

Division Titles Central Junior 'B'

  • 1984–85, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1992–93

CoachesEdit

The legendary Bert Templeton was the first coach for the OHL Colts. Templeton was awarded the OHL Executive of the Year in 1995–96 for his role as general manager. Templeton built the inaugural team of the Barrie Colts, who became the first OHL expansion franchise to make the playoffs in its first season.

List of coaches with multiple seasons in parentheses.

PlayersEdit

Award winnersEdit

NHL Drafted ColtsEdit

There have been 34 players who were drafted by the National Hockey League while playing for the Colts.

Year—Pick # Nationality Player Height Weight Position NHL team
2015—42 Flag of Canada Mackenzie Blackwood 6'4" 215 Goalie New Jersey Devils
2015—53 Flag of Sweden Rasmus Andersson 6'0" 210 Defence Calgary Flames
2015—164 Flag of the United States Roy Radke 6'2" 200 Right Wing Chicago Blackhawks
2015—166 Flag of Canada Andrew Mangiapane 5'10" 170 Centre Calgary Flames
2014—1 Flag of Canada Aaron Ekblad** 6'4" 216 Defence Florida Panthers
2014—31 Flag of the United States Brendan Lemieux 6'0" 206 Left Wing Buffalo Sabres
2014—171 Flag of the United States Kevin Labanc 5'10" 186 Right Wing San Jose Sharks
2012—30 Flag of Canada Tanner Pearson** 6'0" 192 Forward Los Angeles Kings
2011—7 Flag of Canada Mark Scheifele** 6'3" 175 Forward Winnipeg Jets
2011—137 Flag of the United States Alex Lepkowski 6'4" 212 Defence Buffalo Sabres
2010—8 Flag of Russia Alexander Burmistrov ** 6'0" 170 Forward Atlanta Thrashers
2010—154 Flag of Canada Dalton Prout ** 6'3" 223 Defence Columbus Blue Jackets
2009—35 Flag of Canada Kyle Clifford ** 6'2" 210 Forward Los Angeles Kings
2009—93 Flag of Canada Alex Hutchings 5'10" 179 Forward Tampa Bay Lightning
2008—77 Flag of Canada Michael Hutchinson 6'3" 192 Goalie Boston Bruins
2008—204 Flag of Canada Stefan Della Rovere ** 5'11" 200 Forward Washington Capitals
2006—12 Flag of Canada Bryan Little ** 5'10" 190 Forward Winnipeg Jets
2003—54 Flag of the United States B.J. Crombeen ** 6'2" 212 Forward Dallas Stars
2002—169 Flag of Canada Jeremy Swanson 6'0" 208 Defence Florida Panthers
2001—218 Flag of the Czech Republic Jan Platil 6"2" 209 Defence Ottawa Senators
2000—93 Flag of the United States Tim Branham 6'2" 195 Defence Vancouver Canucks
2000—135 Flag of Canada Mike Danton ** 5'9" 190 Forward New Jersey Devils
2000—170 Flag of the United States Eric Reitz ** 6'1" 215 Defence Minnesota Wild
1999—6 Flag of Canada Brian Finley ** 6'3" 181 Goalie Nashville Predators
1999—12 Flag of Ukraine Denis Shvidki ** 6'2" 212 Forward Florida Panthers
1999—47 Flag of Canada Sheldon Keefe ** 5'11" 185 Forward Tampa Bay Lightning
1999—61 Flag of the United States Ed Hill 6'2" 215 Defence Nashville Predators
1999—95 Flag of Austria Andre Lakos 6'6" 240 Defence New Jersey Devils
1999—185 Flag of Canada Scott Cameron 6'0" 180 Forward New Jersey Devils
1998—13 Flag of Canada Michael Henrich 6'2" 209 Forward Edmonton Oilers
1998—17 Flag of the Czech Republic Martin Skoula ** 6'3" 226 Defence Colorado Avalanche
1998—151 Flag of Canada Adam DeLeeuw 6'1" 225 Forward Detroit Red Wings
1997—6 Flag of Canada Daniel Tkaczuk ** 6'1" 189 Forward Calgary Flames
1997—74 Flag of Canada Nick Smith ** 6'2" 190 Forward Florida Panthers
1997—155 Flag of Canada Keith Delaney 6'0" 194 Forward Florida Panthers
1997—189 Flag of Canada Jeff McKercher 6'0" 210 Defence Dallas Stars
1996—4 Flag of Russia Alexandre Volchkov ** 6'1" 194 Forward Washington Capitals
1996—43 Flag of the Czech Republic Jan Bulis ** 6'0" 194 Forward Washington Capitals

There have been 3 players who have signed as free agents in the National Hockey League while playing for the Colts.

Free AgentsEdit

Year Nationality Player Height Weight Position NHL team
2015 Flag of Canada Joseph Blandisi 5'11" 182 Forward New Jersey Devils
2010 Flag of Canada Bryan Cameron 5'10" 183 Forward Calgary Flames
2010 Flag of Canada Luke Pither 6'0" 194 Forward Philadelphia Flyers
2007 Flag of the United States Brian Lashoff 6'3" 204 Defence Detroit Red Wings

NHL alumniEdit

There are 53 Barrie Colts alumni who have played in the National Hockey League: 42 from the OHL Colts, and 11 from the Junior B Colts.

Junior B ColtsEdit

NHL Years Played Birthplace Player Height Weight Position Games Played
1990–2006 Toronto, Ontario Drake Berehowsky 6'2" 211 Defence 549
1986–2004 Barrie, Ontario Shayne Corson 6'2" 208 Left Wing 1156
1994–2005 Barrie, Ontario Bruce Gardiner 6'1" 185 Centre 312
1982–1986 Cambridge, Ontario Mike Hoffman Left Wing 9
1997–2012 Barrie, Ontario John Madden 5’11" 190 Centre 898
1995–1997 Toronto, Ontario Mike Prokopec 6'2" 190 Right Wing 15
1994–2011 North Bay, Ontario Craig Rivet 6'2" 220 Defence 923
1989–2005 Barrie, Ontario Darren Rumble 6'1" 210 Defence 193
1989–2000 Barrie, Ontario Darrin Shannon 6'2" 205 Left Wing 506
1988–2004 Barrie, Ontario Darryl Shannon 6'2" 208 Defence 544
1990–2000 Aurora, Ontario Shayne Stevenson 6'1" 190 Centre 27

OHL ColtsEdit

  • As of March 27, 2015
NHL Years played Colts Years Birthplace Player Height Weight Position Games played
2013–14 2008-2011 Newmarket, Ontario Darren Archibald 6'3" 212 Left Wing 16
2003–04 1998-2000 Dunnville, Ontario Ryan Barnes 6'1" 220 Left Wing 2
2003–08 1998-1999 Schomberg, Ontario Darryl Bootland 6'2" 204 Right Wing 32
2010–present 2009-2010 Chatham, Ontario T. J. Brodie 6'1" 180 Defence 259
2010-12 2002-2005 Dunnville, Ontario Evan Brophey 6'1" 205 Center 4
1996–2004 1995-1996 Dunnville, Ontario Brad Brown 6'3" 218 Defence 330
1997–2007 1995-1997 Pardubice, Czech Republic Jan Bulis 6'0" 209 Centre 552
2010–2013 2009-2010 Kazan, Russia Aleksandr Burmistrov 6'1" 180 Centre 194
2010–present 2007-2010 Ayr, Ontario Kyle Clifford 6'2" 207 Left Wing 348
2007–present 2006-2007 Toronto Richard Clune 5'11" 201 Left Wing 120
1996–2008 1995-1996 Scarborough, Ontario Jeff Cowan 6'2" 205 Left Wing 413
2005–present 2001-2005 Denver, USA B. J. Crombeen 6'2" 212 Right Wing 438
2000–2004 1998-2000 Scarborough, Ontario Mike Danton 5'9" 190 Centre 87
2010–2011 2006-2010 Richmond Hill, Ontario Stefan Della Rovere 5'11" 196 Left Wing 7
2014–Present 2011-2014 Belle River, Ontario Aaron Ekblad 6'4" 220 Defence 73
2002–2007 1997-2001 Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Brian Finley 6'3" 201 Goaltender 3
2006–present 2000-2003 Welland, Ontario Daniel Girardi 6'2" 215 Defence 642
2012–present 2002-2006 Oshawa, Ontario Ryan Hamilton 6'2" 219 Left Wing 30
2013-Present 2006-2009 Barrie, Ontario Michael Hutchinson 6'3" 192 Goalie 40
2000–2003 1998-2000 Brampton, Ontario Sheldon Keefe 5'11" 185 Right Wing 125
2007–2009 2004-2006 Labrador City, Newfoundland Dan LaCosta 6'1" 186 Goaltender 4
2013–present 2006-2009 Albany, New York Brian Lashoff 6'3" 208 Defence 117
2007–present 2003-2007 Edmonton Bryan Little 5'11" 185 Right Wing 551
1999–2000 1995-1996 Owen Sound, Ontario Mike Minard 6'3" 225 Goaltender 1
2013-14 2007-2009 Kitchener, Ontario Adam Payerl 6'3" 216 Center 2
2012-Present 2010-2012 Kitchener, Ontario Tanner Pearson 6'1" 200 Left Wing 67
2008–2009 2005-2006 Litvinov, Czech Republic Jakub Petružálek 5'10" 176 Right Wing 2
2008–present 2009-2010 King City, Ontario Alex Pietrangelo 6'4" 207 Defence 379
2011–present 2007-2011 LaSalle, Ontario Dalton Prout 6'3" 219 Defence 136
2005–2009 1999-2002 Detroit, USA Eric Reitz 6'1" 222 Defence 48
2010–present 2009-2010 Hamilton, Ontario Zac Rinaldo 5'11" 180 Left Wing 216
2011–present 2010-2013 Kitchener, Ontario Mark Scheifele 6'3" 175 Centre 149
2012-Present 2008-2010 Campbellville, Ontario Michael Sgarbossa 5'11" 180 Center 9
2000–2004 1998-2000 Kharkov, Ukraine Denis Shvidki 6'2" 212 Right Wing 76
1999–2010 1997-1999 Litoměřice, Czech Republic Martin Škoula 6'3" 226 Defence 776
2001–2002 1996-1999 Hamilton, Ontario Nick Smith 6'2" 190 Centre 15
2013-Present 2009-2010 Scarborough, Ontario Ryan Strome 6'1" 183 Center 111
2005–2006 2000-2002 Hamilton, Ontario Joey Tenute 5'10" 192 Centre 1
2001–2002 1995-1999 Toronto Daniel Tkaczuk 6'1" 189 Centre 19
1999–2000 1995-1997 Moscow, Russia Alexandre Volchkov 6'1" 194 Left Wing 3
2007–present 2006-2007 Pittsburgh, USA Mike Weber 6'2" 199 Defence 303

Team recordsEdit

The longest playoff game in Barrie Colts history lasted 103 minutes, and 3 seconds, on April 20, 2006 at the Peterborough Memorial Centre. The Peterborough Petes defeated the Barrie Colts 4 to 3 in the third overtime of game one of the eastern conference finals.

Team records for a single season
StatisticTotalSeason
Most points1041998–99
Most wins491998–99
Most goals for3431998–99
Least goals for1962003–04
Least goals against1712003–04
Most goals against2661995–96
Individual player records for a single season
StatisticPlayerTotalSeason
Most goalsSheldon Keefe481998–99
Most assistsSheldon Keefe731998–99
Most pointsSheldon Keefe1211998–99
Most points, rookieDenis Shvidki941998–99
Most points, defensemanLuch Nasato691997–98
Best GAA (goalie)Paulo Colaiacovo2.342003–04
Goalies = minimum 1500 minutes played


Yearly resultsEdit

Regular seasonEdit

  • 196x–78 Mid-Ontario Junior B League
  • 1978–93 Central Junior B League
  • 1993–95 OPJHL Junior A
  • 1995–Present OHL

Legend: OTL = Overtime loss, SL = Shootout loss

Season Games Won Lost Tied OTL SL Points Pct % Goals
For
Goals
Against
Standing
1970–713314154 - -320.4851681796th MOJBHL
1971–724019174 - -420.525 -- --4th MOJBHL
1972–734019165 - -430.5382051943rd MOJBHL
1973–744024133 - -510.6382491773rd MOJBHL
1974–754011254 - -260.3251792355th MOJBHL
1975–763617136 - -400.5561421382nd MOJBHL
1976–774016195 - -370.4631721764th MOJBHL
1977–783217105 - -390.6091761452nd MOJBHL
1978–794415272 - -320.364 -- -- 10th CJBHL
1979–80441421 9 - - 370.420219261 8th CJBHL
1980–81441029 5 - - 250.28421529611th CJBHL
1981–82401920 1 - - 390.488239233 6th CJBHL
1982–83422214 6 - - 500.595222177 4th CJBHL
1983–84402212 6 - - 500.625183160 3rd CJBHL
1984–85402310 7 - - 530.663231165 1st CJBHL
1985–86482815 5 - - 610.635273197 1st CJBHL
1986–874233 6 3 - - 690.821282120 1st CJBHL
1987–884438 1 5 - - 810.920325127 1st CJBHL
1988–89422712 3 - - 570.679269175 4th CJBHL
1989–904232 4 6 - - 700.833241125 1st CJBHL
1990–91422117 4 - - 460.548178148 7th CJBHL
1991–924237 1 4 - - 780.929319129 1st CJBHL
1992–934847 0 1 - - 950.990436145 1st CJBHL
1993–94402216 2 - - 470.5881751458th OPJHL
1994–954834 8 6 - - 740.7712851552nd OPJHL
1995–96662831 7 - - 630.4772582665th Central
1996–9766332310 - - 760.5762722363rd Central
1997–98663823 5 - - 810.6142362152nd Central
1998–99684913 6 - -1040.7653431921st Central
1999–2000684318 6 1 - 930.6763062121st Central
2000–01682928 7 4 - 690.4782142304th Central
2001–02683819 9 2 - 870.6252261922nd Central
2002–03682926 4 9 - 710.4562282233rd Central
2003–0468312112 4 - 780.5441961713rd Central
2004–05683323 9 3 - 780.5512322102nd Central
2005–06684321 - 1 3 900.6622581942nd Central
2006–07684819 - 0 1 970.7132731931st Central
2007–08682834 - 3 3 620.4561852234th Central
2008–09683033 - 3 2 650.4782142073rd Central
2009–1068579 - 0 2 1160.8533271861st Central
2010–11681549 - 2 2 340.2502323525th Central
2011–12684023 - 3 2 850.6252482102nd Central
2012–13684420 - 2 2 920.6762451851st Central
2013–14683728 - 1 2 770.5662662182nd Central
2014–15684124 - 1 2 850.6252782271st Central
2015-16684322 - 0 3 890.6542952071st Central

PlayoffsEdit


  • 1995–96 Lost to Kitchener Rangers 4 games to 3 in division quarter-finals.
  • 1996–97 Defeated Owen Sound Platers 4 games to 0 in division quarter-finals.
    Lost to Ottawa 67's 4 games to 1 in quarter-finals..
  • 1997–98 Lost to Sudbury Wolves 4 games to 2 in division quarter-finals.
  • 1998–99 Defeated Kingston Frontenacs 4 games to 1 in conference quarter-finals.
    Lost to Oshawa Generals 4 games to 3 in conference semi-finals.
  • 1999–00 Defeated North Bay Centennials 4 games to 2 in conference quarter-finals.
    Defeated Sudbury Wolves 4 games to 3 in conference semi-finals.
    Defeated Belleville Bulls 4 games to 1 in conference finals.
    Defeated Plymouth Whalers 4 games to 3 in finals. OHL CHAMPIONS
    Finished Memorial Cup round-robin in third place (1 win, 2 losses).
    Defeated Halifax Mooseheads 6-3 in semi-final game.
    Lost to Rimouski Oceanic 6-2 in championship game.
  • 2000–01 Lost to Sudbury Wolves 4 games to 1 in conference quarter-finals.
  • 2001–02 Defeated Sudbury Wolves 4 games to 1 in conference quarter-finals.
    Defeated Belleville Bulls 4 games to 2 in conference semi-finals.
    Defeated St. Michael's Majors 4 games to 0 in conference finals.
    Lost to Erie Otters 4 games to 1 in finals.
  • 2002–03 Lost to Brampton Battalion 4 games to 2 in conference quarter-finals.
  • 2003–04 Defeated Kingston Frontenacs 4 games to 1 in conference quarter-finals.
    Lost to Mississauga IceDogs 4 games to 3 in conference semi-finals.
  • 2004–05 Lost to Ottawa 67's 4 games to 2 in conference quarter-finals.
  • 2005–06 Defeated St. Michael's Majors 4 games to 0 in conference quarter-finals.
    Defeated Brampton Battalion 4 games to 1 in conference semi-finals.
    Lost to Peterborough Petes 4 games to 1 in conference finals.
  • 2006–07 Defeated Brampton Battalion 4 games to 0 in conference quarter-finals.
    Lost to Sudbury Wolves 4 games to 0 in conference semi-finals.
  • 2007–08 Defeated Brampton Battalion 4 games to 1 in conference quarter-finals.
    Lost to Belleville Bulls 4 games to 0 in conference semi-finals.
  • 2008–09 Lost to Mississauga Majors 4 games to 1 in conference quarter-finals.
  • 2009–10 Defeated Sudbury Wolves 4 games to 0 in conference quarter-finals.
    Defeated Brampton Battalion 4 games to 0 in conference semi-finals.
    Defeated Mississauga St.Michaels Majors 4 games to 1 in conference finals.
    Lost to Windsor Spitfires 4 games to 0 in Finals.
  • 2010–11 Did not qualify.
  • 2011–12 Defeated Mississauga St. Michaels Majors 4 games to 2 in the conference quarter-finals.
    Lost to Ottawa 67's 4 games to 3 in conference semi-finals.
  • 2012–13 Defeated Kingston Frontenacs 4 games to 0 in the conference quarter-finals.
    Defeated Oshawa Generals 4 games to 0 in conference semi-finals.
    Defeated Belleville Bullis 4 games to 3 in the conference finals.
    Lost to London Knights 4 games to 3 in Finals.
  • 2013–14 Defeated Sudbury Wolves 4 games to 1 in the conference quarter-finals.
    Lost to North Bay Battalion 4 games to 2 in conference semi-finals.
  • 2014–15 Defeated Belleville Bulls 4 games to 0 in the conference quarter-finals.
    Lost to North Bay Battalion 4 games to 1 in conference semi-finals.
  • 2015-16 Defeated Mississauga Steelheads 4 games to 3 in the conference quarter-finals.
    Defeated North Bay Battalion 4 games to 0 in conference semi-finals.
    Lost to Niagara IceDogs 4 games to 0 the conference finals.

Uniforms and logosEdit

The Barrie Colts logo displays an angry horse holding a hockeystick, surrounded by a horseshoe. The Colts colours are red, white, navy blue & gold. The home uniforms are a white background, with red, navy blue and gold trim. The away uniforms are a navy blue background, with red, white & gold trim. Barrie also briefly used a third jersey which was a red background, with white, navy blue & gold trim.

For the 2007–08 season, the Colts have worn a new third jersey. It have a navy blue blackground with white, red and gold trim along the bottom, with the word "Colts" diagonally across the front. For the 2009-10 season the colts will be wearing the Rbk Edge uniforms with a new template.

ArenasEdit

The Barrie Colts played at the Barrie Arena during their tenure in the Junior B days and Junior A Tier II days, and also for a portion of their inaugural OHL season until their new arena was completed. The Barrie Arena was located in downtown Barrie and was formerly home to the Barrie Flyers OHA team from 1945–1960 and other senior hockey teams. The Arena was torn down in 2008.

Barrie Molson Centre was completed during the early portion of the 1995–96 season. The layout of the arena served as a blueprint for many new OHL arenas built shortly thereafter. There is a Horsepower restaurant located at the west end of the arena. The Barrie Molson Centre is located near the southern entrance of Park Place, close to Highway 400.

Capacity = 4,195
Ice Size = 200' x 85'

Arena profiles from "The OHL Arena & Travel Guide"


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