Game Day Recap – December 18, 2021

December 18, 2021


Edge School (3) vs RINK Winnipeg (1) U16 Prep

Rhett Perrin picked up his 13th goal of the season to give RINK Winnipeg a 1-0 lead, which remained after forty minutes of play. However, Edge School mounted a comeback in the third period, scoring three unanswered goals from Nolan DuPont, Mitchell Patrick and Matthew Keller (1G,1A) to improve to 16-0-2 on the season. Benjamin Polhill (8-2-0) turned aside 22 of 23 shots he faced and has now won his last six starts for Edge. 

OHA Edmonton (2) vs Edge School (4) U15 Prep

OHA Edmonton had a two-goal lead early in the first period after Landen McFadden notched his 20th goal of the season (2:35) and Andrew Thompson added his tenth goal minutes later (4:46). Edge School would bounce back later in the frame, taking the lead with three straight goals scored by Nathan Behm (10:35), Jackson Smith (13:06) and William Paterson (13:38). Ben Binder Nord added his seventh goal of the season in the third period for Edge, while in net, Jungsoo Park (7-7-0) made 34-saves for the win.

Delta Hockey Academy (4)  vs Yale Hockey Academy (6) U18 Prep

Yale Hockey Academy wasted little time getting on the board in this one, as Marshall Finnie (2G) found the back of the net 13-seconds into the game. Delta Hockey Academy would answer back on the power-play later in the first period with a goal off the stick of Peyton Mithmuangneua (1G,1A) to tie the game 1-1. Both teams traded goals throughout, but with the game tied 4-4 in the third period, Finnie scored his second of the contest and Caleb Hadland added an insurance marker late in the period as Yale Hockey Academy held on for the win. Jordan Keller (1G,2A) and Keith McInnis (3A) each had three-point performances for YHA.

Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (4 SO) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (3) Female Prep

South Alberta Hockey Academy were trailing by two goals late in the third period, but took advantage of two late penalties by Northern Alberta Xtreme to draw even and force extra time. Chloe Stewart scored at 14:40 and Riley Gramlich would tie the game at 16:13 on two consecutive power-plays for South Alberta Hockey Academy. A shootout would be required to determine a winner where Erika Lind stopped all three SAHA shooters, while Sara Kaziel scored the game-winner to seal it for NAX.

Edge School (4) vs OHA Edmonton (1) U18 Prep

The game was tied 1-1 through forty minutes of play after Carter Oakenfold scored for Edge School in the first period and Logan Dochuk responded for OHA Edmonton in the middle frame. Edge took over in the third period, converting on three power-plays in a three-minute span, as Aiden Peters, Dylan Kinch and Hunter Sawka each scored for Edge to help propel them to the win. Noah Davis (9-3-0) made 22 saves between the pipes for Edge to register his ninth win of the season.

Edge School (7) vs OHA Edmonton (4) U15

Special teams’ success was the key to victory for Edge School against OHA Edmonton, as they scored twice on the power-play and added two shorthanded goals in the game. Owen Cooper (1G,2A) had a three-point night, Cruz Pavao (2G) scored twice for Edge and Adam Courchesne (6-2-0) made 28-saves for his sixth win of the season.

Delta Hockey Academy (7) vs St. George’s School (1) U17 Prep

Delta Hockey Academy improved 16-0-1 on the season with the win, outshooting St.George’s 60-32 in the process. Miguel Marques (4A), who recently signed a Western Hockey League (WHL) Standard Player Agreement with the Lethbridge Hurricanes, had four assists in the game and currently has 85 points (35G,50A) in 24 total games this season. Darian Moberly (10-0-0) won his tenth straight game for Delta, turning aside 31 of 32 shots.

Delta Hockey Academy (2) vs BWC Academy (3) U16 Prep

BWC Academy scored three times on the man-advantage, with Alex Coventry, Michael Konechny and Rolan Amin all scoring power-play goals in the game. Rayne Jameson (PP) scored in the first period and Derek Thurston added a goal in the final minute of the game for Delta Hockey Academy but it was too little too late, as BWC Academy held on for their seventh win of the season.