December 7-9, 2022

Photo: Dave Watling

Prairie Hockey Academy (4) vs Notre Dame (2) U16 Prep

Notre Dame outshot Prairie 40-15 but a 38 save performance from Connor Millsap (38/40) helped back PHA to a 4-2 win. Jakob Boekelder scored the lone first period goal, and Brodie Steeves scored 1:54 into the second as Notre Dame held a 2-0 lead. Riedar Amstrong (!G, 1A) scored his seventh goal of the season midway through the frame to bring PHA within one entering the third. In the final period, Cohen Friesen, Kale Pratte (1G, 1A), and Asher Watson (1G, 2A) would all find the back of the net as PHA completed the comeback win. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (5) vs Notre Dame (8) U15 Prep

Notre Dame led 3-1 after 20 and 5-3 after 40 before Bryten Ching (1G, 1A) scored 44 seconds into the third to bring PHA within one. Carter Hudyma (2G) and Kane Domres (1G,1A) would trade goals as Notre Dame continued to lead by one midway through the frame. Prairie would get a golden opportunity to tie the game with a late powerplay but Brodyn Pladson and Daxton Endicott (2G, 3A) would each score short handed just 28 seconds apart to clinch a Notre Dame win. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (3) vs Delta Hockey Academy (7) U17 Prep

Grayson Salmon scored twice, including a shorthanded goal, and added an assist for Delta Hockey Academy, while Jovan Sandhu tallied twice in the game. Jack Ferguson had three points with a goal and two assists and Keeghan Dunn added a goal and a helper. Prairie Hockey Academy got contributions from Cohan Kuncio and Gage Nagel in the loss.

Indigenous Sports Academy (2 / OT) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep

Verners Veinberg scored his sixth goal of the season to give Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy a second period lead, but in the third period, Deylan Weston scored shorthanded to tie the game for Indigenous Sports Academy. Overtime would be needed to determine a winner. In the extra frame, Dreydon Bear found the back of the net to win it for ISA. Chauncy Jack turned aside 37 of 38 shots to record the win between the pipes.

Edge School (3) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (4 / SO) U15

Kyle Denis and Memphis Adeniken both scored for Northern Alberta Xtreme while Nathan Cole and Henry Unruh answered for Edge School, as the score was tied through forty-minutes of play. In the third period, Ben Oliverio scored on the powerplay to give Edge the lead, but it was answered swiftly by Harry Mattern, tying the game 3-3 and forcing overtime. OT solved nothing so a shootout was required, where Gavin Harrison scored the goal to win it for NAX.

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (5) vs Notre Dame (8) U15 Prep

Daxton Endicott had a six-point night with two goals and four assists for Notre Dame, Carson Hiebert had four assists, while Carter Hudyma and Ryan Pedersen had two goals and an assist each. Jack Perrier and Dwight Sawatzky each had three point efforts for Pilot Mound Hockey Academy, scoring two goals each and both adding an assist.

Notre Dame (0) vs St. George’s School (3) U17 Prep

Amadeo Sim scored all three goals for St.George’s School in the game, two on the powerplay for the hat-trick. He now has 11 goals on the season for the Saints. Austin Ball was solid between the pipes for St.George’s making 40 saves to record the shutout.

BWC Academy (4) vs International Hockey Academy (2)  U17 Prep

Linden Hoskins, Nick Morin, Evan Markel and Hunter Henry all found the scoresheet, scoring single tallies for BWC Academy. Eric Marks had a goal and an assist for International Hockey Academy, and Ayaan Vira added a goal in the losing effort. Josh Vallee turned aside 32 of 34 shots to record the win in net for BWC Academy.

OHA Edmonton (2) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (7) U15 Prep

Northern Alberta Xtreme scored five-straight goals, including two goals from Jacob Harkness just 0:28 seconds into the game and a powerplay tally from Owen Chapman in the third. Maddox Rose, Ben Harvey, Brek Liske and Daxon Rudolph all scored solo tallies to round out the scoring for NAX. Radislav Dimitrov scored on the powerplay for OHA Edmonton, while Noah Kelly scored short-handed in the loss. 

North Shore Warriors (2) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (1) U16 Prep

All the scoring in the game came in the third period. Matteo Paradiso scored his 10th of the season 0:58 into the final frame to give North Shore Academy a 1-0 lead on the powerplay. Owen Hentschel would tie the game for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy moments later, scoring his third goal of the season. However, Cameron Collins notched his 12th goal of the season to give North Shore the lead and eventual win. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) vs Edge School (4) U17 Prep

Owen Mastroianni scored two third-period goals for Edge School, while Ben Binder-Nord and Leim Smith added a goal each in the win. Parker MacDougall and Ryan Zhang each added a goal for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy in the loss. Gabe Bergeron picked up his fifth win of the season between the pipes for Edge.

Okanagan Hockey Academy (9) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep

Okanagan Hockey Academy picked up their ninth win of the season with a nine goal outburst on Friday. Hudson Closson had two goals and three assists for a five-point night, Wyatt Danyleyko scored twice and added an assist and Logan Bates added three assists for OHA. Ryan Tamelin turned aside 23-of-24 shots he faced to record the win.

Prairie Hockey Academy (2) vs Edge School (3) U16 Prep

After a scoreless first Lucas Frame (2G) found the back of the net late in the second to give Edge a 1-0 lead. Lincoln Martin would extend the lead 1:57 into the third, before Henry Thunderblanket (2G) would get Prairie on the board. Frame would respond for Edge, scoring the eventual game winner with just under five minutes remaining. Thunderblanket would score again for PHA with 36 seconds left, but they would be unable to find the tying goal. 

BWC Academy (2) vs RHA Kelowna (4) U16 Prep

Carter Biggs (1G, 1A) scored the first goal of the game early in the second after neither team could find the back of the net in the first. Nathan Tomcheck would tie the game just over a minute later, but an Owen Downey shorthanded marker late in the second regave RHA Kelowna the lead. Christian Revel (1G, 1A)would tie the game just 45 seconds into the third before a Riley Pederson powerplay tally gave RHA Kelowna a 3-2 lead. Aidan Fisher would score an empty net goal to secure the victory. 

OHA Edmonton (2/SO) vs Shawnigan Lake School (1) U17 Prep

The games only goals came four minutes apart as Hunter Yee opened the scoring late in the second with his 12th goal of the season. Shawnigan would tie the game when Oliver Keeffe found the back of the net just 3:30 later. Corbin Sanderman (30/31) and Emmett Neitsch (41/42) stood tall in the third and overtime, forcing a shootout. In the shootout Dekkam Dallas would score the only goal, as Sanderman would stop all three Shawnigan shooters. 

RHA Winnipeg (5) vs Edge School (9) U15 Prep

A high scoring affair saw Edge School score 6 goals in the first 17:23 of the game to grab an insurmountable lead en route to a 9-6 win over RHA Winnipeg. Ryan Boyce (3G, 3A) led all skaters with six points while Landon DuPont (1G, 3A), Zach Olsen (1G, 2A) and Brendan Rudolph (1G, 2A) each recorded at least three points. River Arnason (1G, 3A) and Maddox Malmquist (1G, 2A) paced the RHA Winnipeg offence. 

Wenatchee Wild 16U (4) vs RHA Kelowna (3) U17 Prep

Despite being outshot 54-38 Wenatchee defeated RHA Kelowna 4-3. Isaiah Van Zandt (2G) scored the lone first period goal before Kelsey Podworny (1G, 1A) tied the game with the lone second period tally. Van Zandt would regive Wenatchee the lead before Ryker Rougeau would again tie the game. Cal Hoyt (1G, 1A) and Matthew Stoddaard scored three minutes apart as Wenatchee grabbed a late 4-2 lead. Tyce Wood found the back of the net with 35 seconds left but it wasn’t enough as Zachary White (51/54) shut the door the rest of the way. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (1) vs Edge School (7) U18 Prep

Bryson Aikens scored the game’s first goal but Terik Parascak (2G, 1A) would score 39 seconds later, starting a run of seven unanswered goals for Edge. Parascak and Miles Cooper (2G, 1A) each scored twice and recorded one assist. Defenseman Matthew Keller (2A) and Fraser Leonard (2A) each tallied two assists, while Keets Fawcett (1G, 1A) and Hayden Harsanyi (1G, 1A) had a goal and an assist. Noah Davis (27/28) made 27 saves in the win. 

RHA Kelowna U18 (3) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (1) Female U18 Prep

RHA Kelowna outshot OHA 46-18 but a 43 save performance from Farah Walker (43/45) kept the game close right until the end. Jaimee Spring scored 1:08 into the second but Julia Duke responded for OHA 2:43 later. Chloe Primerano (1G, 1A) would score four minutes later to give RHA Kelowna the lead, and an empty net goal by Raedyn Spademan with 26 seconds left secured the victory. 

Delta Hockey Academy (1) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (5) U16 Prep

OHA would double Delta in shots, firing 38 at Shay McVicker in a 5-1 win. Karson Schick scored the lone first period goal but Luke Sowpal would tie the game just 52 seconds into the second. It was all OHA from there as Cameron Norrie and Simon Cecconi (1G, 1A) found the back of the net in the second, with Bradley Schmidt (2G) scoring twice in the third. Jonah Tonhauser (18/19) earned the win and Tucker Robertson (3A) and Ruben Stone (3A) each had three assists. 

Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) vs Yale Hockey Academy (3) U17 Prep

Finn Kallay and Alexandre Jacques (1G, 1A) traded first period goals before Eric Giesbrecht and Cohen Carter tallied for NAX in the second to give them a 3-2 lead. Andrew Thomson (1G, 1A) would extend that lead 13:03 into the third with his 10th goal of the season. Tommy Lafreniere would give Yale late hope, finding the back of the net with 25 seconds left, but Jordan Switzer (31/34) shut the door the rest of the way. Tyson Moss (1G, 2A) chipped-in on all three Yale goals. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) vs Shawnigan Lake School (2) U18 Prep

Wyatt Blace, Carson Lesiuk, and Jordan Ramsay (1G, 1A) all scored for PCHA in a 3-2 win. Noah Kosick (2A) added two assists and Ryan Parker (33/35) stopped 33 shots to earn the win. Emmery Golchert and Conor Ryan found the back of the net for Shawnigan, while Fedor Samsonov (28/31) stopped 28 shots in the loss. 

Yale Hockey Academy (4) vs BWC Academy (3) U18 Prep

Kalan Anderlini and Justin Ivanusec would score first period goals as Yale led 2-1 after 20. Savin Virk (1G, 1A) would extend the lead late in the second with his 13th goal of the season. Carter Lundie (2G) would score his second of the game 19 seconds in to bring BWC Academy within one, but Ben Kindel (1G, 1A) would score the eventual game winner 5 minutes later. Brody Lindal would score late in the third to bring BWC Academy back within one, but they were unsuccessful in beating Malakai Zwiers (36/39) for the tying goal.