OHA Edmonton (0) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (10) U17 Prep
Eric Giesbrecht (2G, 2A), Finn Kallay (2G, 1A) and Torretto Marrelli (2G, 1A) all scored twice as NAX defeated OHA Edmonton 10-0. Jaxen Gauchier (1G, 3A), Clarke Schaefer, Owen Schoettler (1G, 1A) and Andrew Thomson (1G, 1A) scored the other NAX goals in the win. Affiliate netminder Parker Snell (20/20) made 20 saves for the shutout.
CIH Academy U18 (3) vs Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (4) Eastern U18
Nikita Schneider (1G, 1A) opened the scoring for CIH but it was OHA who led 2-1 after 20 thanks to goals from Stevie Clark and Kristof Molnar (1G, 2A). Koichiro Matsudaira would tie the game on the power play in the second before Jett Jock (2G) would restore the OHA advantage heading into the third. Sergei Kolesov (1G, 1A) would strike on the power play to again tie the game before Jock scored the game winner just four minutes later. Benoit Aucoin (43/46) made 43 saves in net for the win.
Delta Hockey Academy Green (4) vs Yale Hockey Academy (3) U15 Prep
Ryan Lin scored twice for Delta Hockey Academy Green, including a powerplay marker, while Milan Mrsic scored his eighth of the season Nathaniel Danielson notched the game-winner. Yale Hockey Academy had goals from Jacob Dumansky – who scored twice- and Ben MacBeath. Ashton Thornton turned aside 19 shots to pick up the win between the pipes for Delta Green.
Edge School (4/SO) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (3) U15 Prep
Northern Alberta Xtreme scored twice in the third period to tie the game and force extra time against Edge School. Nolan Stewart and Tucker Tullikopf both scored their 22nd goals of the season for NAX and Daxton Rudolph notched his 17th. Brendan Rudolph picked up a goal and an assist for Edge School, Cruz Pavao scored his 28th goal and added a helper, while Chris Wright tallied his 10th. Overtime solved nothing, so a shootout was needed to decide a winner, where Pavao scored the game winning goal for Edge School.
Okanagan Hockey Ontario U18 (2) vs Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (3) Eastern U18
Emil Obstfelder and Jaden Lyons (PP) scored for Okanagan Hockey Ontario, while Cody Morton, Yaroslav Alifanov (PP) and Jett Lock (SH) scored for Ontario Hockey Academy, with Lock’s goal holding up as the game winner. Louis Adler made 45 saves in net to register the win for the Mavericks.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (1) vs Notre Dame (5) U16 Prep
Alec Nasreddine had a three-point game for Notre Dame, with two goals and an assist, Carter Ellsworth scored twice, while Nick Wytrychowski notched his 14th of the season. Owen Hentschel scored the lone goal for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy, on the powerplay. Grady Peterson earned the decision between the pipes for the Hounds, turning aside 27 of 28 shots he faced.
Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (6) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (4) U17 Prep
Brody Asuchak scored twice for Coeur d’Alene Academy, Max Jackson and Riley Nadell picked up a goal and an assist each, while Cian Murray and Verners Veinbergs both scored solo tallies. Leith Hunter and Isaiah Idisi both notched a goal and an assist for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy in the loss.
Ontario Hockey Academy Prep (2) vs Bourget College U18 (5) Eastern U18
Alex Roy, Ethan Albert and Simon Kobylecki scored a goal and an assist each for Bourget College, with Gavin McLenaghan and Loik Leduc notching solo tallies to round it out. Ontario Hockey Academy had goals scored by Jeremie Ndeffo and Igor Pastukhov but Bourget netminder, Teddy Ecker, turned aside 26 shots to record the win in net.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) vs BWC Academy (6) U15 Prep
Gianni Bosa had a four-point performance, scoring a hat-trick and adding an assist for BWC Academy, Hunter Ashton had a goal and an assist, while Ty Bonkowski added three helpers. Parson Shahi and Roman Lavery both had a goal and an assist for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy in the loss.
Shawnigan Lake School (8) vs St. George’s School (1) U17 Prep
Easton Sangris scored twice and added two assists for Shawnigan Lake School, Brendan Van Oene added a goal and three assists, Chase Kittleson scored a pair and Eliot Compton had a goal and two assists in the game. The lone goal for St. George’s School came off the stick of Morgan Hunter, while Charlie Keeffe made 27 saves to record the win between the pipes for Shawnigan Lake School.
Yale Hockey Academy (5) vs Delta Hockey Academy (2) U17 Prep
Bodie Jerome scored twice and added an assist for Yale Hockey Academy, Taj Dhaliwal had a goal and a helper, while Ilija Majkic and Marco Depedrina added solo tallies to round it out. Delta Hockey Academy had contributions from Jackson DeGraves and Jovan Sandhu in the loss. Nate Stevens turned aside 29 shots to register his 11th win of the season between the pipes for YHA.
North Shore Warriors (2) vs OHA Edmonton (7) U16 Prep
Matteo Paradiso (1G, 1A) opened the scoring 1:47 in for North Shore but OHA Edmonton would respond with five straight goals to earn a 7-2 win. Koen Gauthier (3G, 2A), Cale Chimera (4A), and Noah Kelly paced the OHA Edmonton offence. Jason Haraphongse (1G, 2A) and Nicholas Rowney scored the other OHA Edmonton goals in the win. Lucas Jakubec (1G, 1A) scored the second North Shore goal.
BWC Academy (8) vs North Shore Warriors (2) U18 Prep
BWC Academy outshot North Shore 59-22 as they skated to an 8-2 win on Friday. Quinten Harvey (3G) recorded a hattrick while Ryder Mcintosh (1G, 3A) led all skaters with four points. Aidan Fischer (20/22) made 20 saves and Yashas Jain (1G, 2A) chipped in with three points for BWC Academy. Ryan McAuley (2G) scored both North Shore goals in the loss.
BWC Academy (3) vs RHA Winnipeg (2) U16 Prep
Aidan Mark and Remy Hlady scored two minutes apart as each team found the back of the net within the first five minutes of the game. Christian Revel would score 25 seconds into the second and Gabriel Kaminski would add his fourth of the season 8 minutes later as BWC Academy led 3-1. Kayden Turner would score short handed late in the second to bring RHA Winnipeg within one but they were unable to beat Noah Sinagowitz (39/41) for the equaliser.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) vs RHA Kelowna (2) U17 Prep
Jake Skogstad scored the lone first period goal as RHA Kelowna led 1-0 after 20. Charlie Grant (1G, 1A) would score with 1:21 left in the second to tie the game heading into the third. Jacob Selent would give OHA the lead before Rhett Serfas tied the game. But David Hoy (1G, 2A) would respond for OHA with 11 seconds left to give his team a 3-2 win. Ryan Tamelin (42/44) made 42 saves for the win.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (6) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (2) U15 Prep
PMHA scored the first four goals of the game as Hank Thompson (2G), Dwight Sawatzky (1G, 1A) and Liam Chartrand (1G, 2A) all found the back of the net. Jackson Haugan (1G, 1A) would get Prairie on the board with four seconds remaining in the second to halt the bleeding. But Linkin Stadnek and Brody Wytinck (1G, 1A) would each score their first goals of the season to open the third period to extend the lead to an unreachable gap. Kane Domres would score the last goal of the game for Prairie as he found the back of the net with 37 seconds left in the game.
Edge School (4) vs Indigenous Sports Academy (1) U17 Prep
Caige Starr would open the scoring for ISA 1:03 in but Edge School would respond with four straight as Tyler Deakos (1G, 1A), Logan Murray (1G, 1A), Cole Fisher and Ben Binder-Nord all found the back of the net. Gabe Bergeron (29/30) made 29 saves in the win while Chauncy Jack (29/33) stopped 29 shots in the loss.
Prairie Hockey Academy (2) vs RHA Kelowna (5) U16 Prep
Aidan Fisher (1G, 1A) opened the scoring and Teghan Mullin (3G) scored early in the second as RHA Kelowna led 2-0 early. Jackson Folliott would respond for PHA just three minutes later but Mullin would restore the two goal lead with 58 seconds left in the middle frame. Caleb DeBruyne (1G, 1A) would bring Prairie back within one midway through the third before Cole Serdachny scored on the power play and Mullin completed the hattrick with an empty net goal.
Delta Hockey Academy (5) vs Edge School (2) U16 Prep
Dalton Toma (2G, 2A) scored twice on the power play in the first period as Delta led 2-0 after 20. Ryan Clark (1G, 1A) would extend the deficit with another power play goal before Sawyer Samycia would get Edge on the board. Nicholas Campbell (1G, 2A) and Lucas Frame would trade goals, scoring 1:20 apart, as the game entered the third with Delta up 4-2. Imaan Atwal would put the game out of reach with the lone third period goal as Delta won 5-2. Jake Poblete (40-42) made 40 saves in the win.
Shawnigan Lake School (1) vs St. George’s School (2/SO) U18 Prep
After a scoreless first Jonatan Raatikainen would score on the power play for Shawnigan 1:36 into the second period. It would take until 5:21 left in the game but St. George’s would finally find the back of the net to tie the game with an Ethan Buckland goal. After both goalies kept a clean overtime, Matt Patry would score in the fifth round of the shootout to give Shawnigan the 2-1 win.
St. George’s School (0) vs RHA Kelowna (1) U15 Prep
Both goaltenders would face 31 shots but it was Steele Bass (31/31) who would end the night with a perfect save percentage to give RHA Kelowna a 1-0 win. Eric Tu (30/31) let in just one goal but it was one goal to many as a Brady Walker second period marker was enough to see his team earn the victory.
North Shore Warriors (6) vs Shawnigan Lake School (8) U15 Prep
A back and forth game saw North Shore lead 2-1 after 20 and 4-2 after 40 before a 6 goal third period outburst from Shawnigan saw them grab an 8-6 win. Eric Wagman (3G) recorded a hattrick while Ryder Kerr (2G, 1A) and McAllister Mugford (1G, 2A) each had three points in the win. North Shore forward Ryder Evans (1G, 3A) led all skaters with four points while teammates Nic Collins (2G) and Lukas Hoff (2G, 1A) each scored twice.