Ottawa 67's | 2016-17 Vol. 2: home opener

Barrie Colts vs. Ottawa 67's -- Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016 -- TD Place

The Ottawa 67's hit the ice for their first regular season home game of the 2016-17 on Sunday afternoon, hosting the Barrie Colts at TD Place.

Chase Campbell, right, suited up for his first season-opener at TD Place after being acquired by the Barber Poles last January.

Left, 67's defenceman Will Brown is introduced to the crowd at TD Place on opening night. Below, Brown during first period action of Sunday's game.

67's rookie Kody Clark hits the ice at TD Place for his first career home game with the Barber Poles. Clark scored for the 67's in the first period, his second goal in as many games to start his OHL career.

Kevin Bahl, drafted by the 67's in the second round of the 2016 OHL Priority Selection Draft, makes his home debut.

Attendance: 5,703

Did you know...the 67's Prospects Program gives minor hockey players (bantam and under) free tickets to every 67's home game. Click here for more information.

Coaching legend Brian "Killer" Kilrea has a laugh with sports radio legend Dave "The Voice" Schreiber before Sunday's 67's home opener at TD Place.

67's forward Sasha Chmelevski in action against Barrie on Sunday.

67's forward Patrick White made his home debut for his hometown team on Sunday. Acquired by Ottawa during the off-season, White is from Orleans.

Strolling onto the ice, past High 5 Alley, 2015 67's first-round draft pick Austen Keating has a goal and an assist through the opening two games of the 2016-17 OHL season.
Sophomore Ottawa 67's defenceman Noel Hoefenmayer will take on a bigger role on a young blue line this season.
The 67's return to TD Place on Oct. 6 when they host the Kingston Frontenacs.

For tickets to upcoming Ottawa 67's home games at TD Place, click here.

Photos by Chris Hofley (chofley@oseg.ca)

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