The Collingwood Colts have started to shape their roster for the organizations inaugural season in the Ontario Junior Hockey League. Since June 1st the Colts have now signed a total of 8 players and recently made their first trade in the teams history. Opening day for signing players was a busy day for the Collingwood … Continue reading The newest members of the Collingwood Colts.
Luke Mittelstadt, D, Shoots L, Eden Prairie Eagles, 5-11, 185, 2003-01-22 Luke is a puck moving defenseman with great instincts, and an extremely strong skater. Minnesota born defender, younger brother to Casey Mittelstadt who plays for the Buffalo Sabres, he is an outstanding, exciting player to watch from start to finish, Luke plays in every … Continue reading Luke Mittelstadt Selected 2nd Overall USHL Phase 1 draft
The Collingwood Colts organization began fulfilling a commitment they vowed to keep since the team was just an idea, supporting the community and the town of Collingwood. Owner and President of the Colts Jr A Hockey Club Dave Steele was a busy man on April 3rd. Collingwood Colts along with NutraFarms Inc, which is the … Continue reading Collingwood Colts & NutraFarms Inc Donations a step to fulfilling commitment.
The Collingwood Colts continued adding to their front office in preparation of evaluation camps and the beginning of the 2019-2020 season. Shortly after acquiring their new Head Scout earlier today the Collingwood Colts have again added to their Scout team. Announced on March 21st 2019, Matt Kulba has been hired as scout and liaison of … Continue reading Collingwood Colts Hire PJHL Scout & Liaison!
The Collingwood Colts junior "A" hockey club have made their second acquisition. It was nearly twenty-four hours ago that Collingwood Colts President Dave Steele was announcing his newly acquired General Manager. Today the Collingwood Colts announce that they’ve hired Jason Maslakow as their Head Scout. Jason most recently was the head scout for the Aurora … Continue reading Collingwood Colts Hire Head Scout!
The Collingwood Colts organization have announced their first acquisition since the club was awarded tenancy at the Eddie Bush Memorial Arena in Collingwood. The Colts announced via their twitter account on March 20th 2019 that Dermot Anderson will become the General Manager for the Collingwood Colts hockey team which will operate in the Ontario Junior … Continue reading Collingwood Colts Announce Their GM!
The junior “A” bid has officially been approved; after a vote today by the Collingwood council members junior "A" hockey is back in Collingwood. The town council members deliberated on the two proposed bids, evidently they ultimately decided to approve the Ontario Junior Hockey League bid. This grant of approval allows the now Collingwood Colts … Continue reading Collingwood Council Approves Jr “A” Bid! OJHL Collingwood Colts to begin play for 2019-2020 season.
The encroachment policy and what it means for both ownership groups going forward. The junior “A” bid is headed by Howie Campbell and Dave Steele. The junior “B” bid is spearheaded by Terry Geddes and Andy Pritchard. The two teams are subject to complying with the encroachment policy as it has been stated by the … Continue reading Encroachment Could Be Enforced On Both Junior Hockey Bids In Collingwood.
IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Dave Steele part owner of the Junior “A” ownership group that hopes to have the Collingwood Colts bid approved by council members on March 12th when the entire council will render a decision on the matter, Mr. Steele took the time to talk with me. After the March 4th council meeting I asked … Continue reading OJHL, Kingston Voyageurs Have Been Sold, Dave Steele Confirms!
Junior hockey in Collingwood will have to wait another week before its ultimately decided on which team will call the Eddie Bush Memorial Arena home. The two ownership groups presented their proposals and had time to give speeches before the council members. The Collingwood council was impressed and had questions for both ownership groups. The … Continue reading Encroachment Issues For Junior “B” A Topic During Collingwood Council Vote.