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Lefroy Icebreakers present The Lucky Puck Tournament

Youth hockey is back in full swing as The Lucky Puck Tournament kicks off this weekend. The event takes place in Lefroy, Ontario, featuring age groups ranging from U9-U21 House League programs. Additionally, the games take place at the Nottawasaga Resort, Innisfil Recreation Centre, and the Lefroy Arena.

Teams are guaranteed a minimum of three games. Standout players will be rewarded on both teams after each game. Furthermore, tournament victors receive a team trophy and a winning team photo on

Photo Credit: Chris Liverani

Barrie Soccer Club registrations

The BSC’s registration for House League play is up and running! The U3-U18 programs are now accepting applicants for the upcoming season. Moreover, early bird pricing is available until the end of March.

Also, the U17 Girls team is looking for impact players. The league is sourcing the region for talented young women looking to take their game to the next level. Interested parties can contact Coach Will ( for more details.

Barrie Colts aim to get back on track

The Colts travel to FirstOntario Centre tonight to play the Hamilton Bulldogs. Amid a five-game losing streak, Colts County hopes for better results. On the season, the team is 2-0-1 against the Bulldogs.

Next up, the boys return home to Sadlon Arena for a Saturday night match against the Sudbury Wolves. The Colts sit comfortably in third place in the OHL’s Central Division standings. With eight games in hand over the second-place North Bay Battalion, getting back in the win column is paramount.

Additionally, forward Anthony Tabak has committed to Guelph University to play for the Gryphons during the 2022-23 season. Tabak has 27 points (10 goals, 17 assists) in 33 games played. He joins former teammate and Colts captain Luke Bignell.

Georgian Grizzlies news

Following a delay in play, the men’s basketball team returned triumphantly on Wednesday, defeating Centennial College 81-74. On the horizon, more basketball along with volleyball games await. Tonight kicks off with the men’s and women’s teams travelling to face the Algonquin Wolves.

Next, the women’s volleyball team travels to Ottawa to play the La Cite Cattles. The game kicks off at 1 PM on Saturday. Finally, the men’s basketball club hosts the St. Lawrence Surge on Sunday at 1 PM.

In addition, the Barrie & Orillia campuses announce the reopening of The Athletic and Fitness Centre starting Monday.

Simcoe County Rovers news

The Rovers make two new signings, inking defenders Jadon Vilfort and Tristan Gayle. Vilfort is an Ontario University Athletics All-Star and a U Sports Second Team All Canadian. Brampton native Gayle became OCAA champion with Humber College back in 2019.

Also, the Rovers announced a partnership with Barrie Nissan, making Nissan the official automotive partner of the club.

Written by: Christian Mota-Pyette

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