December 1-2, 2022
CIH U18 (3) vs Ontario Hockey Academy Prep (5) Eastern U18
The lone game Thursday saw OHA Prep defeat CIH 5-3. Marius Ottesen opened the scoring late in the first and Jeremie Ndeffo scored 21 seconds into the second as OHA grabbed a 2-0 lead. Giovanni Mandruzzato would score a shorthanded goal midway through the second to bring CIH within one heading into the third. OHA would score three straight goals to kick-off the third, before CIH made a late push with two goals of their own, but ultimately Andreas Fatland (39/42) would secure the win for OHA.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (4/SO) U15
Kolton Denich opened the scoring for OHA with the lone first period goal. NAX would then score three unanswered, with Kyle Denis, Jaggar John, and Harry Mattern all finding the back of the net. It seemed as though NAX would cruise to victory, still holding a 3-1 lead with less than two minutes remaining, but Maxx Parfitt (1G, 1A) and Brody McLean would score just 22 seconds apart to tie the game and force OT. OT solved nothing before John and Blake Wilejto each scored in the shootout, and Daniel Marsden (21/24) stopped both OHA shooters.
RHA Kelowna (1) vs OHA Edmonton (4) U15
Jihwan Kim (2G) opened the scoring in the first with his ninth goal of the season. RHA Kelowna would tie the game midway through the second when Kesler Hamilton would find the back of the net on the powerplay. Noah Stone (2G) would score six minutes later as OHA Edmonton held a 2-1 advantage after 40. Stone would score again early in the third, and an empty net goal by Kim with just three seconds remaining would clinch the victory. Cole Chorostkowski (22/23) was in net for the win.
RHA Winnipeg (1) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (3) U18 Prep
Peyton Pieczko would open the scoring for RHA Winnipeg 1:28 into the game. Hunter Dingman would tie the game eight minutes later, and Landon Hanson would score the lone second period goal as NAX led 2-1 after 40. With 53 seconds left Rhys Pederson would score an empty net goal to secure the NAX victory. Spencer Michnik (33/34) was in net for the win, while Ethan Simcoe (32/34) suffered defeat.
North Shore Warriors (0) vs Yale Hockey Academy (17) U15
Adrian Comeau (1G, 4A) scored 11 seconds in and Matteo Di Stefano (2G, 2A) scored 37 seconds later, setting the tone for what would end as a 17-0 win for Yale. Seth Castronuovo (3G, 4A) led all skaters with seven points while Treytin Frizzell (2G), Sloan Harder (2G, 2A), Daniel Havard (2G, 1A), and Maxx Trites (2G, 2A) all scored twice. Nevin Connor (11/11) made 11 saves for the shutout.
OHA Edmonton (2) vs Edge School (4) U17 Prep
Owen Mastroianni (1G, 1A) scored late in the first and Oliver Kramp scored early in the second as Edge held a 2-0 lead. But OHA Edmonton would tie the game heading into the third thanks to goals from Eric Ali Naim and Sanjay Chalupiak. In the third, Cole Fisher would give Edge the lead and Logan Murray (1G, 1A) would score his seventh goal of the season to secure the 4-2 win.
St. George’s School (2) vs Edge School (7) U15
A back and forth first period saw Ben Oliverio and Luke Jamieson (2G, 1A) score 1:17 apart for Edge. Jason Gao (1G, 1A) would score just under two minutes later, and Aaron Castro would score 12 seconds after that to tie the game. Mirco Dufour (2G, 2A) would score late in the first to give Edge the lead. The last 40 minutes belonged to Edge as Nathan Cole (1G, 2A), Declan Cardiff, Dufour and Jamieson would all find the back of the net, and St. George’s was unable to beat Braxton Gibson (20/22) again.
International Hockey Academy (2) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep
Nate Corbet opened the scoring midway through the first and Brett Calhoon scored 1:55 into the second as SAHA held a 2-0 lead. IHA would tie the game as Kesar Deol and Patani Mutambo would each score their first goals of the season. But Nick McLennan would score 43 seconds into the third and Kadon McCann (1G, 1A) and Gavin McKenna (1G, 3A) would each add powerplay markers as SAHA defeated IHA 5-2. Owen Pettipas (33/35) was in net for the win.
Shawnigan Lake School (2) vs St. George’s School (9) U15 Prep
Eli Barrett (2G, 2A) and Kanjyu Gojsic (2G, 1A) each scored twice while Harshaan Kaila (1G, 2A) and Jacob Schwartz (2A) each tallied two assists. Barrett scored just 55 seconds into the game and St. George’s led 4-0 just 3:14 into the first. Sullivan Bryan and Eric Wagman scored for Shawnigan in the loss.
Delta Hockey Academy Black (7) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) U15 Prep
Anthony Drover (1G, 2A), Waylon Gardipy (1G, 1A), Neven Heer (2A), Dylan Lappin (2A), Hudson May (1G, 1A), Jordan Nguyen (1G, 1A), Jake Romanov-Latawiec (2A), and Otto Spofforth (2G) all recorded multi-point games as Delta Black defeated PCHA 7-3. Elliott Hill, Jack MacMillan (1G, 2A) and Parson Shahi (1G, 2A) all scored for PCHA in the loss. Korbin Rodel (36/39) was in net for the win.
OHA Edmonton (1) vs Notre Dame (7) U16 Prep
Koby Bossaer (1G, 1A), Ben Bugeaud and Carter Ellsworth (1G, 3A) would all score first period goals for Notre Dame. Jase McNichol (1G, 1A) would extend the lead in the second, before Callum MacLean scored on the powerplay to give OHA Edmonton their lone goal. Nick Wytrychowski (1G, 1A) would score 22 seconds later and Michael Donovan (2G) would add two goals of his own as Notre Dame won 7-1. Ben Chornomydz (35/36) made 35 saves in net for Notre Dame.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (0) vs OHA Edmonton (8) U18 Prep
Spencer Brazel scored 0:29 seconds into the game for OHA Edmonton and added two more goals to register the hat-trick. Dawson Madden had a three-point effort with a goal and two assists. In between the pipes, Luke Roberts stopped all 13 shots he faced to record the shutout and his fifth win of the season.
BWC Academy (4) vs Delta Hockey Academy (2) U15
Tobin Schaefer scored a powerplay goal and added another tally in the second period for BWC Academy, while Dylan Hoskins and Connor Liu found the back of the net in the game to round out the scoring for BWC Academy. Kishan Saggu and Kesler Curtis answered for Delta Hockey Academy, but they would fall short in this one.
North Shore Warriors (1) vs Delta Hockey Academy Green (13) U15 Prep
12 different skaters had multi-point games for Delta Hockey Academy Green. Joshua Lee had five assists while Ryan Lin had a five-point night as well, with two goals and three assists. Nickolas Kovich had two goals and added an assist, Max Malinousky had a goal and two assists, and Suhann Nagra scored twice for DHA Green.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) vs Yale Hockey Academy (8) U18 Prep
Jordan Ramsay scored just 0:29 seconds into the game for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy, but Yale Hockey Academy would respond with five goals in the opening period. Grant Reid and Chase Valliant had two goals apiece, while Savin Virk added a goal and two assists. Noah Kosick and Carter Degelman rounded out the scoring for PCHA in the loss.
Edge School (2) vs RHA Winnipeg (6) U16 Prep
Remy Hlady had a four-point game, scoring two goals and two assists for RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg, including one on the powerplay for his 16th of the season. Luke Ross and River Arnason each had a goal and an assist in the contest, while James Franklin and Josh McGregor both had solo tallies for RHAW. Kelso Hunter and Lachlan Hanton scored goals for Edge School in the loss.
Prairie Hockey Academy (3) vs Edge School (8) U18 Prep
Terik Parascak scored his 17th goal of the season and added three assists for Edge School, while Cash Koch and Jackson Smith added two goals each. All three Prairie Hockey Academy goals came on the powerplay, scored by Carson Haugan, Matty Healy and Dmitri Toporowski. Edge goaltender Ben Polhill stopped 17-shots to pick up his sixth win of the season between the pipes.
BWC Academy (0) vs RHA Kelowna (6) U15 Prep
Cage Smith scored twice, while Joe Iginla, Keaton Verhoeff and Brady Walker each notched a goal and an assist for RHA Kelowna. Brody Gillespie scored his 19th goal of the season which held up as the game-winner. Calder Barry turned aside all 16 shots he faced to record his sixth win between the pipes this season.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) vs Yale Hockey Academy (4) U15 Prep
Yale Hockey Academy picked up their seventh win of the season on Friday night. Koray Bozkaya scored twice for YHA, Colby Callan had a goal and an assist, while Jayden Oleskiw added a goal to round it out. Liam Ruck and Mathis Preston lit the lamp for Okanagan Hockey Academy, but goaltender Aiden Eskit made 38-saves to pick up the win between the pipes for YHA.