Early in the CIHL season

October 14, 2014

Collingwood Ice and Batchewana Attack are undefeated in the early going of the inaugural Canadian International Hockey League season and the Milton Battle Arts Cobras are not far behind.

Through two weekends of play in the new, eight-team, Ontario-based, junior-level CIHL, Collingwood has a record of 4-0, just ahead of 3-0 Batchewana and 3-1 Milton.

St. Charles Spirit is next with a 2-1 record followed by the Espanola Rivermen at 1-1, the Colborne Hawks at 0-3, Toronto Jr. Hockey Academy at 0-3 and the Sudbury Royals at 0-4.

PHOTO: Action from a Thanksgiving weekend game between Milton and Colborne.(Photo by Lora Evans.)

What you think about “Early in the CIHL season”

  1. This is a great picture of the Milton Cobras! What was the score of Monday’s game?
    Our grandson is a goalie for the Cobras (Caleb Barris, No. 39) We are from Ohio and read the HockeyNewsNorth.com with interest. Can’t tell which goalie that is in above photo, but looks like him. We don’t think he played Sat. or Sun. but maybe Monday. We have not heard as yet.


    1. Liam Cooper (photo) and Anthony Gaborie have shared the Hawks’ games thus far, but Anna has played in both exhibition games.

  2. Ironically, on November 8th, my grandson, Caleb Barris (goalie) was on loan from the Milton Cobra and was wearing Liam Cooper’s jersey (#30) and beat Toronto in a shootout 4-3. and was awarded #1 star of the game.

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