Game Day Recap- December 14-16

December 14-16, 2022

Delta Hockey Academy U18 (6) vs Delta Hockey Academy U17 (0) Female U18 Prep

In a battle between the two Delta Female teams, Delta U18 defeated Delta U17 6-0. Jordan Baxter (1G, 1A), Ellie Chou, Audrey Church, Scarlett Jones, Holly Magnus (1G, 1A), and Vanessa Schaefer all found the back of the net while Molly Cole (2A), Lainey Joyce (2A), and Mikayla Totten (2A) all recorded two assists. 

South Alberta Hockey Academy (4) vs Edge School (6) U18 Prep

Cash Koch (1G, 1A) scored just 17 seconds in and Luke McCrady and Terik Parascak (2G, 2A) all found the back of the net as Edge held a 3-0 lead 7:42 in. But Nick McLennan, Sammy Hynes and Ryan Miller would all respond with first period goals of their own for SAHA to tie the game at 3-3. Noah Derouin would give SAHA an early second period lead before Hayden Harsanyi (1G, 1A) and Keets Fawcett scored for Edge to give them the lead heading into the third. Parascak would add his 26th goal of the season late in the third to secure a 6-4 Edge victory. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) vs Shawnigan Lake School (4) U17 Prep

Arjan Grewal and Brendyn Van Oene (1G, 1A) traded first period goals as the two teams ended the opening 20 tied 1-1. Michael Konechny would give PCHA another lead early in the second before Eliot Compton (1G, 2A) and Cole Mekelburg (1G, 2A) gave Shawnigan the advantage heading into the third. Chase Kittleson extended the lead 1:13 into the third and Elliot Lee gave PCHA late life but it wasn’t enough as SLS held on for a 4-3 win. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) vs Shawnigan Lake School (6) U18 Prep

Tied at 3-3 heading into the third Shawnigan Lake would score three unanswered in the final 4:01 of the game to grab a 6-3 win over Pacific Coast. Charles-Edouard Legros (34/37) made 34 saves while Conor Ryan (1G, 2A) and George Stavrianeas (3A) each recorded three points in the win. Wyatt Blace, Noah Koscik (1G, 1A) and Jace McFaul (1G, 1A) all scored for PCHA in the loss. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (4) vs Shawnigan Lake School (7) U15 Prep

Down 4-3 heading into the third, Eric Wagman (2G) would score twice and Sullivan Bryan (1G, 1A) and Eli McKamey (2G, 1A) would each score once as Shawnigan defeated PCHA 7-4 Thursday night. Liam Ryan (45/49) made 45 stops and Nigel Alberts (1G, 1A) recorded two points in the win. Madden Cruickshank (1G, 1A), Jack MacMillan (1G, 1A) and Drew Stinka (2A) all tallied two points in the loss. 

Edge School (1) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) U17 Prep

Northern Alberta Xtreme picked up their 18th win of the season with a 4-1 defeat of Edge School. Brayden Klimpke opened the scoring in the first, while Clark Schaefer’s powerplay goal in the second period held up as the game-winner. Jack Toogood and Luke Powell had solo tallies to round it out. The lone goal for Edge School was scored by Adam M’Hamed on the powerplay.

Delta Hockey Academy (2) vs St. George’s School (3) U18 Prep

Ben Sutton had a pair of goals for St. George’s Academy, including the game-winner, while Connor Pankratz scored his seventh of the season. Brogan Mcneil and Rajun Parmar scored in the third period for Delta Hockey Academy but Saints’ goaltender Jaiden Sharma made 48-saves for the win.

RHA Winnipeg U18 (2) vs St. Mary’s Academy U18 Female (3) U18 Prep

Chiara Wilson had two goals for St. Mary’s Academy with a solo tally scored by Hannah Dennehy, while Kate Chuback added two assists. RHA Winnipeg got goals from Hayden Arkle and Kate Nechwediuk in the loss. Keyauna Robinson-Prefontaine picked up her first in of the season.

Delta Hockey Academy  (3) vs Yale Hockey Academy (5) U17 Prep

Lucas Biros, Tommy Lafrenriere and Alexandre Jacques scored a goal and an assist while Noah Marshall and Bodie Jerome added goals for Yale Hockey Academy. Nash Holmes, Jackson DeGraves and Jovan Sandhu added goals for Delta Hockey Academy in the loss.

Northern Alberta Xtreme (5) vs Edge School (4) U15

Kyle Fahey opened the scoring for Northern Alberta Xtreme, while Gavin Harrison (PP), Kyle Denis, Jaggar John (PP) and Madden Woo lit the lamp in the game. Daniel Marsden turned aside 24 of 28 shots to record the win between the pipes.