December 1, 2021
Notre Dame (6) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (2) U15 Prep
The lone game Wednesday night saw Notre Dame defeat Prairie 6-2. Kade McIvor (3A) led all skaters with three points and John Adlys (2G) led both teams with two goals. Joby Baumuller (1G,1A), Koby Bossaer (2A), Pherson Loehndorf (1G,1A), and Gage Nagel (1G,1A) all had multi point games for Notre Dame while Grady Peterson picked up his third win of the season. Kaleb Dewar and Jackson Folliott scored for Prairie in the loss.
December 2, 2021
Ontario Hockey Academy U17 (4) vs Mount Academy U18 #2 (6) Eastern Division
Both teams traded goals in the first and second period, scoring a minute apart in each instance, before Mount Academy would win the third period 4-2, giving them a 6-4 victory. 10 different skaters scored in the game with Loic Luder (1G,1A) leading the way for Mount and Liam Wilde (1G,1A) taking charge for OHA. Jagger Kardynal (2A) and Preston Tauter (2A) also recorded multi point games for OHA in the loss. Michael-Anthony Ramsay made 28 saves in the win.
Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (4) vs Mount Academy U18 #1 (5/OT) Eastern Division
It was a back and forth game that was tied on four different occasions before Jano Zambakdjian (1G,1A) scored one minute into overtime to give Mount Academy the 5-4 win. Mount Academy would hold four different one goal leads but each time OHA would respond with a goal of their own to tie it, including one 42 seconds into the third that would eventually force overtime. Isaac Tremblay (3A) would lead all Mount skaters in points, while Braeden O’Keefe (2G,1A) did the majority of the damage for OHA. Jack Flanagan made 43 saves in the win.
December 3, 2021
Mount Academy U18 #1 (12) at CIH U18 (4) Eastern
10 skaters registered multipoint games for Mount Academy as they improved to (9-1-1) on the season following a 12-goal outburst against CIH academy. Among the scorers for Mount, Liam Travis (3G) registered a hat-trick, Noah Morency (1G,4A) had a 5-point effort and Gus El-Tahhan (1G,3A) added a goal and three assists. Dario Vissa (2G) scored a pair of goals for CIH Academy in the loss.
Bourget College U18 (0) at Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (1 OT) Eastern
Overtime was needed after a scoreless sixty-minutes between Ontario Hockey Academy and Bourget College. However, it took just 0:43 seconds into the extra frame to decide a winner, as Petar Simic notched his sixth goal of the season to give OHA the victory. Dawson Labre stopped every shot he faced in regulation for Bourget, making 36 saves total, but Vadim Borisov would pick up the win stopping all 31 shots he faced to record the shutout.
Bourget College U17 (5) at CIH U17 (1) Eastern
Bourget College outshot CIH Academy 50-24 to pick up their eighth win of the year. Marc-Antoine Riopel scored his 15th goal of the season to open the scoring and Gavin McLenaghan added a goal in the final minute (19:46) of the first period to give Bourget a 2-0 lead. Danylo Tsybulskyi would cut the lead in half in the second period, scoring his first of the season for CIH Academy. However, Ethan Albert scored twice and Adam Belzil added another tally, as Bourget scored three goals in the span of 0:51 seconds in the third period to pick up the win.
CIH U18 (1) at Bourget College U18 (4) Eastern
Alexis Lalonde (1G,1A) opened the scoring for Bourget and added an assist, while the eleventh goal of the season from David Rioux proved to be the game-winner. Matteo Viglino (1G,1A) and Jamil Zaid rounded out the scoring for Bourget in the game, with Dario Vissa scoring the lone goal for CIH Academy. Tomas Cerny (5-0-1) remains undefeated in regulation, making 39 saves for his fifth win of the season.
Mount Academy U16 (3 OT) at Ontario Hockey Academy U17 Prep (2) Eastern
The first twenty minutes were scoreless in this one, but in the second period, Aiden Diamond converted on the powerplay (6:05) and Matthew McDonald (12:02) would extend the lead to 2-0 for Mount Academy. However, Preston Tauter (14:29) and Louie White (15:39) responded late in the period for Ontario Hockey Academy to even it up 2-2. Overtime was needed to decide a winner, where Michael Arsenault would be the hero for Mount Academy, scoring his fourth of the season at the 2:15 mark of the extra frame to win it.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (8) at Prairie Hockey Academy (0) U18 Prep
Northern Alberta Xtreme fired 47 shots on the Prairie Academy net, while allowing just nine shots against all game. Tristen Doyle (2G,2A) led the way offensively, scoring twice and adding two helpers, while Reid Varkonyi (1G,2A), Jackson Bessette (2A), Layne Loomer (1G,2A), and Brandan Tronchin (1G,1A) all had multi-point efforts in the win. Logan Cunningham (8-1-0) picked up the shutout and his eighth win of the season.
Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (6) at Mount Academy U18 #2 (1) Eastern
Zeteny Molnar (2G) scored a pair of goals and Colton McIntosh (2G,1A) had a three-point night, including scoring the game-winning goal at 8:29 of the second period. Even though shots were close in the game, 37-34 in favour of OHA, it was Mavericks goaltender Sammy Kammermann (2-1-0) who came out on top, making 33 saves to register his second win of the season.
Delta Hockey Academy Green (10) at Delta Hockey Academy Black (0) U15 Prep
Delta Hockey Academy Green put up double-digits on the scoreboard, while also shutting out Delta Hockey Academy Black in the process. Jackson DeGraves (2G,1A) and Chase Harrington (2G,1A) had a pair of goals each, while Zachary Pantelakis (1G,2A), Will Shepard (1G,2A) and Jakob Oreskovic (1G,2A) each had three-point contributions for Delta Green. Mitchell Pearce (6-2-0) picked up his sixth win of the season, turning aside all 13 shots he faced to record the shutout.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (4) at West Van Academy (2) U18 Prep
West Van Academy got out to a two goal lead in the first period with goals from Luke Korte and Alec McDonald, however, Tristan Skeete scored his first goal of the season for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy to cut into the lead late in the frame. The score remained the same until the third period, when PCHA scored three unanswered goals from Ethan Andrews, Mathieu Oullette, and Tyson Hentschel to put the game out of reach. Mason Briske has won back-to-back starts between the pipes for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy, turning aside 31 of 33 shots he faced.
Scotiabank Showcase Edge School (6) at Yale Hockey Academy (7) U15
Edge School had a 3-1 lead after twenty minutes of play and outshot Yale Hockey Academy 46-42 in the game, but fell short on the scoreboard in the end. Bodie Jarome (3G) scored the game-winning goal and registered a hat-trick for YHA and Matthew Bodal (3A) had a three assist game, as well. Carson Lang (4-2-0) made 40 saves on 46 shots to earn his fourth win the season.
International Hockey Academy (3) at Notre Dame (7) U18 Prep
Connor Groves (1G,1A) opened the scoring for International Hockey Academy, but Dylan Freigang (3G) scored a hat-trick, while Ivan Kulagin (2G) and Kael Dillon (2G) each scored twice for Notre Dame, as the Hounds earned their sixth win of the season. Tyson Endall has won his last two starts in net, making 30 saves for his fourth win of the season.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (1) at Edge School (4) U16 Prep
Edge was up 2-0 through forty minutes of play, after Miles Cooper found the back of the net in the first period (9:57) to open the scoring, and Josh Evaschesen extended the lead in the second period (11:10). In the third, Luke Davies (10:15) cut into the lead with his 13th goal of the season, bringing Northern Alberta Xtreme to within one, but back-to-back goals late in the period from Yibin Yoo (2G) ultimately put the game out of reach.
Ontario Hockey Academy U17 (8) at CIH U17 (3) Eastern
Ontario Hockey Academy scored eight goals and outshot CIH Academy 56-22 as they picked up their third win of the season. Patrice Lafontaine (2G,2A) had a four-point night, including a pair of goals, Bryan Lister (2G,1A) had a three-point performance and Jeremie Ndeffo (2G) scored twice for OHA in the win. Alexis Sabourin made 19 saves on 22 shots to pick his second win of the season between the pipes.
Scotiabank Showcase OHA Edmonton (0) at Okanagan Hockey Academy (6) U15
OHA outshot OHA Edmonton 44-20 and went 3-5 on the powerplay, earning a 6-0 shutout win. Logan Alexei Booth made 20 saves for his second shutout and third win of the season. Kadyn O’Brien (2G,1A) and Reid Rabinovitch (2G) each scored twice while Giorgos Pantelas (3A) and Rhett Tubello (3A) each recorded three assists in the win. Ethan Dimand (1G,1A) and Zennon Turnovitski scored the other OHA goals.
OHA Edmonton (4) at RINK Winnipeg (3) U18 Prep
Down 4-0 after 40 RHA Winnipeg would attempt to mount an impressive comeback but would fall one goal short. Garrett Thom scored the lone first period goal to give OHA Edmonton the 1-0 lead. Brynn MacLean and Carter Will (1G,1A) would score 21 seconds apart and Evan Lusok would add a later second period marker to make the score 4-0. The third was all RHA Winnipeg as Merrek Arpin (1G,1A), Chase Simon and Jackson Kostiuk would all score to bring them within one, but Cooper Michaluk (26/29) shut the door the rest of the way.
RINK Kelowna (9) at Yale Hockey Academy (6) U18 Prep
A high scoring affair saw RHA Kelowna outshot Yale 43-30 in a 9-6 win. 7 of the game’s 15 goals came in the first period as RHA Kelowna was up 5-2 after 20. Yale would win the second period 3-2 to close the gap, but RHA Kelowna would take the final 20 2-1. RHA Kelowna forward Gavin McKenna (6A) led all skaters with five points while defenseman Seth Tansem (4A) picked up four points. Marshall Finnie (1G,2A), Caleb Hadland (3G) and Nolan Viesner (3A) led all Yale skaters with three points.
Okanagan Hockey Academy White (2) at Yale Hockey Academy (6) U17 Prep
Nathan Preston (63/69) made 63 saves but it wasn’t enough as Yale defeated Okanagan Hockey Academy White 6-2. Yale would score four straight goals before Kayden Clarke would finally beat Maddox Osaka (20/22) late in the second period. Jesse Heslop (3G) would respond twice in the second for Yale to extend the lead and help secure the victory. Jace Shuttleworth (1G,1A) would score a late consolation goal for OHA White in the loss. Luke Cozens (2A), Michael Dowdall (2A), Cohen Massey (2A) and Brody Quiring (2A) all had two assists for Yale in the win.
Mount Academy U16 (4) at Bourget College U17 (0) Eastern
Rylan Benner made 23 saves to earn his second shutout of the season and keep his record perfect at 6-0-0. Blake Manders opened the scoring 2:37 into the first period and Matthew Hebert (2G) would score 5 minutes later to give Mount Academy a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes. Michael Arsenault would add the lone second period goal, and Hebert would score an empty netter with 1:41 remaining in the game to clinch the Mount victory. Teddy Ecker made 36 saves in the loss.
Notre Dame (8) at Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep
Notre Dame improved to 15-1-0-0 thanks to a 8-1 win over Pilot Mound. Notre Dame fired 52 shots on net, scoring two goals in the first, three in the second, and three more in the third. Nicolas Karczmairz (2G,1A) scored twice, while Gabriel Bugeaud (1G,2A) and Wyatt Davis (3A) recorded three points. Rachlan Hay scored his first of the year with 8:09 remaining to bring a halt to the Notre Dame run and end Josh Muir’s (14/15) shutout bid.
BWC Academy (7) at St. George’s School (2) U15 Prep
After a scoreless first BWC Academy broke the deadlock with 4 goals in the first 7:45 of the second period enroute to a 7-2 victory over St. George’s. BWC Academy, who fired 61 shots on the St. George’s net, got goals from Jack Bakker (2G), Ashton Beriana, Peyton Dorman, Jack MacFarlane, Adam Mukai and Simon Ward. Keeghan Dunn (3A) led all skaters in points while Nathan Kam made 32 saves in the BWC Academy net. Eli Barrett and Rui Han scored for St. George’s in the loss.
Scotiabank Showcase Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) at Rink Kelowna (0) U15
NAX improved to 8-1-1-1 with a 4-0 shutout victory over RHA Kelowna Friday night. Taylor Raynard made 21 saves and Nathan Guenther, Dalin Hannah (1G,1A) and Eric Ripka (2G,1A) all scored for NAX. Defenseman Jaden Mah (2A) had two assists in the win. Logan McAloney made 27 saves for RHA Kelowna who dropped to 6-4-0-0 on the season.
Edge School (4) at South Alberta Hockey Academy (6) U18 Prep
In a game between two of the top teams in the U18 Prep division it was SAHA who came out on top 6-4. Shane Smith (1G,1A) and Josh Perreault (1G,1A) scored for SAHA early as they raced out to a 2-0 lead. Ayden Peters (2G,1A) would respond for Edge to close the gap heading into the first intermission. But Aiden Oiring (2G,2A) and Elijah Anderson would score 0:50 and 4:41 into the second to give SAHA a 4-1 lead heading into the third. Edge would start the third with three straight goals to tie the game at 4, before Braxton Thornton would score with 2:13 remaining to give SAHA a 5-4 lead. Oiring would score his second of the game into an empty net with 54 seconds left to clinch the victory.
Shawnigan Lake School (6/SO) at St. George’s School (5) U17 Prep
Tied at one after one, Shawnigan would grab a 4-3 lead heading into the third period. They would extend this lead to two just 2:32 into the third before Nick Ershadi (3G) scored twice in three minutes to tie the game, and eventually force overtime. Overtime solved nothing and a shootout was needed, where both goalies stood tall allowing just 1 goal on 10 total shots. Coco Armstrong (3G), and Wyatt Taron (3A) led the way offensively for Shawnigan, while Fedor Samsonov (19/24) picked up the win.
RINK Kelowna (0) at Delta Hockey Academy (4) U17 Prep
Delta improved to a perfect 15-0-0-0 with a 4-0 shutout win over RHA Kelowna. Jack Sears scored his ninth goal of the season 9:04 into the first to give Delta a 1-0 lead. Jordan Gavin (1G,1A), Linden Burrett, and Miguel Marques (1G,1A) would all add second period goals, before Patrick Forsythe (33/37) would shut the door the rest of the way. Darian Moberly made 22 saves to earn the shutout.
Delta Hockey Academy (1) at BWC Academy (5) U18 Prep
Both teams fired 31 shots on net but BWC Academy netminder Charlie Tritt was the difference making 30 saves in a 5-1 victory over Delta. Carson Wetsch (2G,1A) opened the scoring with 9 seconds remaining in the first and Stephen Konechny (2G) would score the eventual game winner 49 seconds into the middle frame. Rajun Parmar would bring Delta within one half way through the second but that would be as close as they would get. Wetsch and Konechny would each score again and Diego Buttazzoni (1G,1A) would add a shorthanded marker in the third period.