Game Day Recap – December 4, 2022

December 4, 2022

OHA Edmonton (3) vs Yale Hockey Academy (5) U15

Seth Castronuovo (3G) and Shaun Hildebrandt would score 31 seconds apart as Yale grabbed a 2-0 lead. Tyson Chrunik (2G) would respond two minutes later for OHA Edmonton, before adding a goal midway through the second. Liam Morison (1G, 1A) would score short handed just two minutes later as OHA Edmonton grabbed their first lead of the game. Castronuovo would tie the game late in the second, Hudson Gehring would give Yale the lead 44 seconds into the third, and Castronuovo would complete the hattrick midway through the frame as Yale defeated OHA Edmonton 5-3. 

RHA Kelowna (3/OT) vs North Shore Warriors (2) U15

After a scoreless first, Elias Beselt would score the lone second period goal to give North Shore the lead. Kesler Hamilton (2G) would respond for RHA Kelowna early in the third, before Chase Vossenaar scored his first of the season to regain the lead. But Hamilton would tie the game a few minutes later and Jack Brown would score just 24 seconds into OT as RHA Kelowna defeated NSW 3-2. Cohen Fowler (23/25) was in net for the win. 

OHA Edmonton (2) vs RHA Winnipeg (5) U16 Prep

Ryder Naim opened the scoring before Josh McGregor (2G) and Connor Bear (1G, 2A) responded for RHA Winnipeg. Ryan Weaver would score the lone second period goal, tying the game heading into the third. The third was all RHA Winnipeg as Kayden Turner (1G, 1A), Hudson Brehaut and McGregor all found the back of the net. Brady Low (15/17) made 15 stops in the win. 

North Shore Warriors (3) vs Delta Hockey Academy (5) U16 Prep

Gavin Huynh and Lucas Jakubec (1G, 1A) scored first period goals for North Shore as they led 2-1 after 20. Ryan Schill would tie the game 46 seconds into the second, and goals from Luke Sowpal (1G, 1A) and Jasper Fellbaum (2G) would give Delta a 4-3 lead heading into the final period. Shay McVicker (26/29) would slam the door shut on North Shore and Dalton Toma (1G, 1A) would score an empty net goal with 27 seconds remaining to secure the victory. 

Delta Hockey Academy Black (1) vs St. George’s School (4) U15 Prep

Noah Chen, C.J. Sandhu, Harshaan Kaila and Sam Auld would score four straight goals for St. George’s as they held a 4-0 advantage. Waylon Gardipy would ruin the Eric Tu (35/36) shutout bid with a little less than 15 minutes left to play. Korbin Rodel (35/39) made 35 stops in the loss. 

Delta Hockey Academy (4) vs Shawnigan Lake School (0) U17 Prep

Shawnigan outshot Delta 31-20 but a shutout performance from Armaan Kaila (31/31) backstopped Delta to a 4-0 win. Nash Holmes and Jovan Sandhu scored first period goals while Keeghan Dunn and Dane Pyatt tallied markers in the third for Delta. Daegun Chong (2A) and Kaleb Hartmann (2A) each recorded two assists in the win. 

Shawnigan Lake School (0) vs Delta Hockey Academy Green (10)  U15 Prep

Avraham Brown  (1G, 2A), Cooper Harrington  (2G, 1A), Nickolas Kovich  (1G, 2A), Ryan Lin  (2G, 1A) and Milan Mrsic (3A) all recorded three point games as Delta Green defeated Shawnigan Lake 10-0. Ashton Thornton (13/13) made 13 saves in the shutout, while recording an assist on the Kovich goal. 

Shawnigan Lake School (2) vs RHA Kelowna (6) U18 Prep

Sam Bailey opened the scoring for Shawnigan 2:40 into the game but Bronson Ross, Maddox Watson and Hudson Kibblewhite would score three unanswered for RHA Kelowna. George Stavrianeas (1G, 1A) would bring Shawnigan back within one, but Jake Skogstad (1G, 1A) and John Franceschetti would respond with second period goals of their own. Callas Pierce (1G, 1A) would score 1:43 into the third to give RHA Kelowna some extra breathing room. 

St. George’s School (6) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (7) U15

An action packed game saw OHA defeat St. George’s 7-6 Sunday afternoon. Zephyr Harms (2G, 3A) and Griffin Hoy (2G, 2A) each scored twice while Maxx Parfitt (1G, 2A) recorded two assists in the win. Alexander Allen (3A), Byron Chin (2G, 4A), and Jason Gao (3G) led the way offensively for St. George’s. Tyson Kuiack (33/39) earned the win, while Les Toth (30/37) was in net for the loss.

BWC Academy (5) vs Edge School (2) U15

Edge would fire 38 shots on net but Colton Bush (36/38) would stand tall, stopping 36 of them as BWC Academy defeated Edge 5-2. Tobin Schaefer, Kayden Pratt, and Ryan Fox (2G, 1A) would all score first period goals for BWC Academy before a scoreless second. Kyle Oakenfold and Declan Cardiff would get Edge within one midway through the third, but Ryan Fox would increase the lead and Connor Liu (1G, 3A) would score an empty net goal just 50 seconds later. 

Edge School (2) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (1) U16 Prep

Henry Thunderblanket opened the scoring 3:34 into the game with his ninth of the season as PHA grabbed a 1-0 lead heading into the second. Tyler Auger (1G, 1A) would tie the game one minute into the second, and Raiden Ikebuchi would score the game winner for Edge 1:29 into the third. Brooke Davis (24/25) made 24 saves for the win. Kale Gorski (30/32) made 30 stops in the loss. 

North Shore Warriors (7) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (5) U15 Prep

North Shore Warriors picked up their first win of the season on Sunday. Nic Collins scored two goals, Evans Ryder had a goal and an assist, while Luke Blanchard, Marko Udovicic, Keagan Lundie and Carston Campbell had solo tallies. Lukas Hoff had a four-assist game for the Warriors. Mowatt Sweet made 59-saves to register his first win of the season. Drew Stinka and Madden Cruickshank had a goal and an assist for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy in the loss.

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) vs Delta Hockey Academy (2)  U18 Prep

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy picked up their eleventh win of the season against Delta Hockey Academy on Sunday. Bennet Muller scored to give Delta a first period lead, which was answered by Carson Lesiuk in the second period, on the powerplay, to tie the game for PCHA. In the third period, Landon Mackie gave PCHA the lead, but Jakob Oreskovic would tie it up once again, 2-2 Moments later, however, Cam Johnsen would score his sixth goal of the season, which would hold up as the winner for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (6) vs RHA Kelowna (3) U15 Prep

Mathis Preston had a four-point effort, with a hat-trick and an assist for Okanagan Hockey Academy. Markus Ruck had two goals and two assists, while Liam Ruck added three assists. Keaton Verhoeff had a pair of goals and an assist for RHA Kelowna, while Joe Iginla had a two point effort with a powerplay goal and an assist. 

Indigenous Sports Academy (6) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (4) U17 Prep

Indigenous Sports Academy picked up their fourth win of the season, with a big offensive night from Sage Roberts, who scored three goals and added an assist in the contest. Rowen Albert and Jake Yakubowski added a goal and an assist each in the win. On the other side, Sam Takahashi had a three-point game for Pilot Mound Hockey Academy, with a pair of goals and a helper.

Delta Hockey Academy (0) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (5) U15

Kale Breton scored 0:35 seconds into the game for Northern Alberta Xtreme, and a three-goal second period made the difference. Kyle Fahey extended the lead with his second goal of the season, Harry Mattern scored his eleventh of the year on the powerplay, and Blake Wiljetto added another tally in the period. In the third, Jackson Tetrault scored his eighth goal, while Daniel Marsden stopped all 16-shots he faced to record the shutout.

Notre Dame (2) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep

The game was tied at 2-2 after the first period, but then South Alberta Hockey Academy scored three unanswered goals to make the difference. Brett Calhoon scored his eleventh goal of the season, Kadon McKann added another in the third period and Josiah Jackson netted his first goal of the season for the win. 

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

Hannah Dennehy opened the scoring in the first period for St. Mary’s Academy. However, less than a minute later, Kurtia Yetman scored her second goal of the season to tie the game for RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg. Still tied heading into the third period, Katie Anhalt lit the lamp 0:30 seconds into the frame, and Kate Nechwediuk scored on the powerplay to extend the RHAW lead. Charlotte Buffie made it interesting in the late stages of the game, scoring shorthanded, but St. Mary’s held on for the win.

Okanagan Hockey Academy (0) vs Yale Hockey Academy (5) U17 Prep

Levi Benson scored a goal and added two assists for Yale Hockey Academy, while Lucas Biros picked up a pair of goals. Kyounghun Oh and Jacob Morrision added solo tallies to round out the scoring. Domenik McInenly stopped 22 of 22 shots to record the shutout.

BWC Academy (3) vs Yale Hockey Academy (4/OT) U15 Prep

Overtime was required between BWC Academy and Yale Hockey Academy on Sunday. All three goals for BWC Academy were scored on the powerplay. Jaiven Mann scored two goals while Kai Anderson had a three-point game with a goal and two assists. For Yale Hockey Academy, Brayden Ryan-McKay capitalised on the powerplay, while Jayden Oleskiw and Ben MacBeath both scored in the third period to force extra time. In OT, Ethan Caruso completed the comeback, scoring his sixth goal of the season to win the game for Yale Hockey Academy.

Prairie Hockey Academy (0) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) U18 Prep

Reis Nyland led the way offensively for Northern Alberta Xtreme, recording a hat-trick scoring three goals in the game. Nyland scored a shorthanded goal and one on the powerplay. Bowen Grycan scored a lone tally for NAX to round out the scoring. Spencer Michnik picked up his fifth win of the season, making 20 of 20 saves in net to record the shutout.

RHA Winnipeg (4) vs Edge School (5 / SO) U18 Prep

This one went down to the wire. The score went back and forth all game long, with Edge School and RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg exchanging chances and goals through the contest. Tarak Parascak had four goals for Edge School. The shootout winner was scored by Miles Cooper to win the game for Edge.

OHA Edmonton (2) vs International Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep

Max Sullivan scored twice for International Hockey Academy and Braxton Thornton had a goal and an assist. Evan Causgrove and Reid Ashcroft scored solo markers in the game, while Justice Loewen notched three assists for IHA. Brenner Fyfe made 28-saves to register his third win of the season between the pipes.