GAME DAY RECAP: February 3, 2024

Photo Credit: Garrett James Photography

Champions Hockey Academy U17 (6) vs Fort Erie International Academy (3) U18 Eastern U18

Berry Mills, NB native, Bryson Robinson (4G), led the charge over Fort Erie with a four goal outing which included an even strength, powerplay and shorthanded goal. Fort Erie would claw back a pair in the third, but the lead was too far to overcome, especially due to the penalty trouble they faced in the second and third. 

Delta Hockey Academy Black (0) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme White (7) U17 Prep

Taylord Raynard (37/37) blanked DHA Black with a 37-save shutout to allow NAX White to cruise to victory Saturday morning. Will Hogan’s (1G, 1A) second of the season would go on to be the game winner. Brady Whitehead (2G, 1A) and Tristan Bailey (1G, 1A) were able to provide some offensive cushioning throughout the rest of the match.

Prairie Hockey Academy Blue (3) vs BWC Academy White (5) U17 Prep

BWC Academy White had the momentum going into the second period tied at one all, having the edge in shots 20-10. Dominic Seminoff (1G, 1A) would get the scoring started for BWC Academy in the second  period. Just a few minutes later, Oleksii Zhekov would put away another to extend the lead to two. Caleb DeBruyne would strike back for PHA Blue with a powerplay goal, but Noah Frick (1G, 1A) would later restore that lead again with a powerplay marker of his own. Fernando Medina would put another on the board for PHA Blue come the third, but Josh Wu (21/24) would turn away the rest of their shots, allowing BWC Academy White to stroll to victory. 

Notre Dame (5) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (1) U18 Prep

After out shooting their opposition by double in the first period, Notre Dame would leave the period on top with a 2-0 lead. Sokratis Markarian (2G) would put Notre Dame on the board first while Bowman Klippenstein added a shorthanded goal before the frame closed. CDA would press early in the second, scoring just 24-seconds in on the powerplay. However, this was the only puck that would pass Ben Chornomydz (39/40) that morning. Chronomydz would proceed to stop CDA dead in their tracks for the rest of the contest, stopping 32-consecutive shots to lead his team to victory.

Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (1) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy (5) U17 Prep

SAHA set the tone in the first period of this contest, ringing in three unanswered goals to establish a substantial lead. However, CDA would show some character in the second and outshoot SAHA 11-10 while picking up their first goal of the match, coming off the stick of Owen Bambrick. Although the game was in reach for CDA in the third, SAHA’s Koen Gauthier would score a pair in only two minutes of ice time, cementing SAHA’s lead and eventual victory.

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (5/OT) vs Wenatchee Wild Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep

Wenatchee had the upper-hand early on Pilot Mound, connecting on some early chances in the second, propping up a 3-1 lead. Pilot Mound defenceman, Makehun Laroche (3G, 1A), would put a dent in Wenatchee’s lead with a howitzer before the end of the second period. Pilot Mound would turn things around late in the third, scoring twice in the final five minutes to put them in front of Wenatchee. However, with the goalie pulled, Parker Platt (2G) would blast home a one-timer to force an overtime. In OT, Laroche would go end-to-end before elevating a backhand over Carson Fowler (29/34) to give Pilot Mound their first win of 2024 in CSSHL competition.

King Heights Academy U18 (2) vs Ulysse Academie U18 (10) Eastern U18

The duo of Simon Levesque (2G, 3A) and Jeremy Lamothe (3G, 1A) was enough to take down King Heights on Saturday morning. The two combined for 9-points while Clement Valette (4A) and Antonin Cassista (3A) chipped in a combined 7-assists in this offensive flurry. 

St. George’s School (5) vs Indigenous Sports Academy (3) U17 Prep

St. George’s and ISA would trade goals quickly at the start of this match, maintaining some steady back-and-forth action. However, with 3:02 left in the frame, Harshaan Kaila would score off of a slick individual effort which would go on to spark a chain of another two goals before the period closed. Scoring would pause in the second, but ISA would show some gumption and score early on in the third with a valued effort from Courage Steinhauer-George (1G, 2A). Their comeback would be cut short after Lucas Benn (2G, 1A) added an empty netter, putting things out of reach despite an extra late goal coming from Lawson Gardipy.

Notre Dame (8) vs Wenatchee Wild Hockey Academy (4) U17 Prep

Notre Dame exploded onto the scene with five goals in the first period alone. This set the movement for a comfortable route to victory as their offensive production only increased as the game marched on. Carter Hudyma (3G, 1A) led the charge with a hat-trick performance while Reid White (2G, 1A), Liam McCloy (1G, 2A) and Ryder Gilroy (3A) all chipped in three point afternoons as well. Even Sam Coster’s (65/69) performance between the pipes for Notre Dame could not go unnoticed as he steered aside 65-shots in the win over Wenatchee.

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy White (5) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy Navy (1) U17 Prep

After Aleks Ostrovskyy (2G) wired a sharp angled wrister just 1:12 into the match, we wouldn’t see scoring again until early in the third where CDA Navy’s Gavin Harty would rifle one from the hash marks to tie the game up. Shortly after, PCHA White would find their groove and find their footing after Markus Nichols (1G, 1A) lasered a shot from the right hand boards to put them back in the driver’s seat. PCHA White would supply another three unanswered goals, including a shorthanded tally from James Powell (1G, 1A), to convincingly defeat CDA Navy.

Delta Hockey Academy Green (5) vs Delta Hockey Academy Black (0) Female U18 Prep

DHA Green wrapped up a routine win over their academy counterparts on Saturday, shutting out the opposition 5-0. Jillian Matthews (10/10) stopped all 10-shots while Alix Walchuk (37/42) made for a worthy performance, steering aside 37-shots from DHA Green. Scarlett Jones scooped up the game winner in the first while Ellie Chou nabbed her second shorthanded goal on the season for the insurance marker. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) vs North Shore Warriors (2) U18 Prep

Kamloops Blazers prospect, Hudson Closson, got OHA on the board just through the halfway point of the first after cramming home a puck in the crease, but NSW’s Dylan Ruff would make things even just under two minutes later. It would be awhile until our next tally as Ryan Tamelin (38/40) and Beckham Brossard (34/38) kept each of their nets on lockdown. Markus Ruck (1G, 2A) would eventually snap the tie with a routine snipe on a breakaway, landing the momentum in OHA’s favour before the end of the second. OHA would continue their offensive press in the third, racking up another two goals to establish a 4-1 lead. Shane Purves would taint Tamelin’s stats with a late shorthanded goal, but he still backstopped his academy to a convincing win over the volatile Warriors.

Prairie Hockey Academy White (4) vs Rink Hockey Academy Kelowna Red (0) U17 Prep

Bulgarian goaltender, Georgi Milanov (23/23) , picked up his second career CSSHL shutout on Saturday, turning aside 23-shots from a hungry RHA Kelowna Red squad. On the other end of play, PHA White was doing everything right in the opposition’s zone. Carter Wingert (1G, 2A) would score the first’s lone goal with a snappy wrister from the boards, beating Levi Hollatz (24/28) blocker side. Their scoring trend would continue in the second. Kane Domres blasted home his third of the campaign to double PHA White’s lead while Kale Pratte (1G, 1A) and Rylan Emigh (1G, 1A) added a late combo to put the game to rest.

RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (3) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (4/OT) U18 Prep

Following a scoreless first, RHA Winnipeg’s powerplay went to work, scoring consecutively to ring up a 2-0 lead before the end of the second. However, RHA Kelowna would nab a powerplay goal for themselves after Joe Iginla tucked home a backhand in close to cut RHA Winnipeg’s lead to one. Come the third, RHA Kelowna began to pick up the pace. McCarthy Richardson (1G, 2A) finished off a passing play with Rhett Serfas. Then shortly after, Cage Smith would connect with Richardson for a shorthanded goal to give them the go ahead lead. RHA Winnipeg fought furiously in the final few minutes of play looking for an equaliser which was eventually found by Wyatt Stinton with 1:07 left on the clock. In overtime, Iginla would see a chance on a breakaway, but came up just shy. Time ticked by and Kelsen Podworny (1G, 2A) was eyeing an attack on goal from the neutral zone. Podowrny would take his space and toe drag the last defender back before ripping one past Chase Furlong (43/47) to clinch the OT winner, improving RHA Kelowna’s record to an impressive 15-1-3-1.

Mount Academy U18 (6) vs Ontario Hockey Academy Gold (1) Eastern U18

Mount Academy maintained control for the majority of this contest, outshooting OHA Gold 49-20 in the end. Anthony Molloy (2G, 1A) got the offence started and was a key contributor as the game progressed. Lucas Achim (1G, 3A) also chipped in handsomely with a 4-point performance of his own. Elliot Boulianne (19/20) was one stop shy of the shutout, getting beat five-hole by OHA Gold’s Jake Hayward for his first of the season.  

Notre Dame Red (5) vs North Shore Warriors Orange (1) U17 Prep

Ben Bugeaud (2G, 2A) potted the game’s first tally just over two minutes in with a wicked wrister from the slot. Notre Dame Red would continue to dominate the first but would slip up late, allowing NSW Orange’s Alex McMillan to post a goal right as the buzzer went off at the end of the period. However, Notre Dame Red would find their footing again later in the game, potting another two in the second and another pair in the third to comfortably cruise to victory. Owen MacLean (24/25) picked up 24-saves in the win, while Logan McAloney (42/47) stopped 40+ shots for the seventh time this season in CSSHL competition.  

Edge School Maroon (1) vs Rink Hockey Academy Kelowna Black (4) U17 Prep

Dylan Cawley and Aidan Fisher (1G, 1A) were on the prowl early, putting RHA Kelowna Black up by a pair before Edge Maroon was able to establish any reasonable pressure. This trend would continue in the second as Kiran Fedun got a fortunate bounce to further extend Kelowna’s lead, which was followed up by yet another member’s bounce which found the stick of Julian Galenza. Nick Wytrychowski would put Edge Maroon on the scoreboard late in the frame with a goal of the breakaway, but that’s all the twine the puck would see for the rest of the matchup. Sartaj Dhami (47/48) would make 25-consecutive saves in the third period to secure his academy’s victory, capturing his fifth-straight win between the pipes where he’s accumulated a 0.959 SV%.

Fairmont Hockey (3) vs BWC Academy Gold (8) U17 Prep

After falling in their last two games to heartbreaking overtimes, BWC Academy Gold had something to prove against Fairmont Hockey, and their first impression on the California-based academy was a stern one. BWC Academy Gold pounced on to the scene with six-unanswered goals, keeping the scorekeepers busy in the first half of the match. Colton Gerrior (1G, 2A) and Christian Revel (2G, 2A) were all over the offensive end, setting up and polishing off plays left, right and centre. Noah Sinagowitz (36/39) only had to stop 7-shots in the first period alone! Brady Witkin would turn the tide halfway through the second for Fairmont, along with Cole Bieksa who scored late on the powerplay to bring their academy within four. BWC Academy Gold would keep their foot on the gas pedal in the third, collecting another two thanks to the efforts of Jonathan Lee and Kai Anderson (2G, 1A), allowing their academy to cement this much needed victory to get back on track in February.

Northern Alberta Xtreme (6) vs Shawnigan Lake School (3) U18 Prep

Daxon Rudolph (3A) nabbed three assists in his return to CSSHL competition on Saturday, even chipping in on the eventual game winner that was scored by Hunter Dingman. Riley Boychuk (1G, 3A) and Jordan Duguay (2G, 2A) were also firing all cylinders in NAX’s victory, but Sam Saskiw (34/37) was the real first star, turning aside 34-shots and a penalty shot from Shawnigan while being outshot 37-24. Shawnigan’s forwards were gunning, but couldn’t get anything past the Sherwood Park, AB goaltender.

RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (9) vs Delta Hockey Academy Black (0) U15 Prep

After outshooting their opponents 28-5 in the opening frame, it was clear that RHA Kelowna was in command of this contest. Brady Keith (2G, 2A) remained hot, opening the scoring and extending his point streak to seven games while Ryan Sadovia (2G) provided two goals to close out the first. RHA Kelowna would put another five pucks past Holden Tamm (50/59) in this contest, while Asher Netherton (21/21) stopped all 21-shots he faced for his second shutout of the campaign.

Edge School Gold (4) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy Blue (8) U17 Prep

Kesler Morrow pried open the scoring for Edge Gold halfway through the first for the lone goal in the frame. Edge Gold would stick with control for the greater part of a period and half, but nothing could prepare them for the armageddon they were about to fall victim to. PCHA Blue detonated for six-goals in the second period alone, many coming from the duo of Jed Lake (3G, 2A) and Tristan Gravenor (2G, 3A). The momentum was still swaying back and forth, but PCHA Blue could not miss the net. Braxton Becker (41/45) still put on a mighty performance, fending off 41-shots in the win while his forwards provided their potent offence. Edge Gold clawed a couple back in the third, but not enough to make up for the dent that was made in the second.

Prairie Hockey Academy (1/OT) vs St. George’s School (0) U18 Prep

It took 63:19 for this game to not only find itself a winner… but merely a goal. Gibson Horne (18/18) and Eric Tu (30/31) were both perfect through sixty, steering pucks away wherever they came from. In the end, Horne would have the last laugh, making his 18th save of the night before Daniel Helary carried the puck into St. George’s zone. After shooting far side, the rebound fell on to the stick of Ryder Rommelaere, who made no mistake burying the puck into the gaping cage and thus securing the W. 

Okanagan Hockey Ontario U18 (4) vs Bourget College U18 (5) Eastern U18

Bourget College outshot OHO 55-36, but that doesn’t mean they went down without a fight. OHO nabbed the games first two tallies, Mavrick Boucher (2G, 2A) had a say on each of those. Later in the second, Bourget College’s offence would finally break past Kevin Podgurny (49/55) scoring three times in only 2:18. Jordan Laroda (2G) would even things back up shortly after for OHO, but Bourget College just kept feeding the net. Mathys Blanchette (2G, 2A) potted Bourget College’s last two goals which would go on to be the game winner and insurance marker, stunting otherwise what was a strong performance from OHO.

North Shore Warriors (5) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) U15

In their second match in as many nights, NSW looked to improve to 2-0 over the weekend vs. PCHA. Much like Friday’s event, no one found the net after the opening twenty minutes. Deja vu would strike again as Kenzo Gibson (1G, 2A) opened the scoring for a consecutive night as well. Halfway through the third, the match was all knotted up at 2-2 before Ethan Mah broke the tie with a powerplay goal for his 10th of the season. Shortly after, Linkin Ashton (1G, 1A) would follow in suit and put the game out of reach for PCHA, helping NSW put away their provincial rivals late for the second consecutive night.  

Okanagan Hockey Academy (0) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (2) U15

Dylan Mingo (26/26) stopped all 26-shots he faced for his first career CSSHL shutout on Saturday, which included 12 in the third period. On the offensive front, Cole Morley got things started halfway through the first. Come the second, Alexander Sharman extended his point streak to 21-games with a powerplay goal, extending RHA Kelowna’s lead to two which was enough to seal up the victory thanks to Mingo’s performance between the pipes.

Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) vs Yale Hockey Academy (2) U15 Prep

Ollie Reid kicked off the scoring in Abbotsford to give Yale the initial lead that would carry into the second. However, OHA would change the trajectory of the match after Carson Smith (2G) potted a shorthanded goal just over three minutes into the second frame. Chace Smith  would quickly take back the lead, scoring on the same Yale powerplay in which they surrendered the SH goal. Although that spark in OHA’s game never left after Smith’s goal. In fact, Smith would go on to tie things up once more with eight minutes remaining in the second. Not too long after that, Jaxson Bartsch (1G, 1A) supplied the go ahead goal to put OHA ahead at the intermission. Yale would find themselves in penalty trouble in the third, unable to sustain any lasting pressure to force a comeback. Eli Tverdovsky would pot the empty netter, ending Yale’s night on home turf.

St. George’s School (11) vs Shawnigan Lake School (1) U15 Prep

St. George’s outshot Shawnigan 79-16 en route to an 11-1 win. Defenseman Brock Cripps (1G, 5A) paced the way with six points while Byron Chin (3G, 2A) and Kain Martinuik (3G) each recorded hat-tricks. Jason Gao (1G, 3A) chipped in four points. Carson Peet scored the lone SLS goal, beating Carter Adams (15/16) early in the third period. 

Shawnigan Lake School (2) vs St. Mary’s High School (5) U17 Prep

Michael Albert (1G, 2A) and Ethan Naus traded first period goals for their respective teams. St. Mary’s scored twice in the second with Liam Hilscher and Luke Vink (1G, 1A) finding the back of the net. Stefan Couloures (1G, 1A) extended the lead before Brandon Kendall brought SLS back within two 1:50 later. Noah Panetta scored midway through the third and Jack Salverson (30/32) made 30 saves as St. Mary’s defeated Shawnigan 5-2. Stefan Kostin (21/26) made 21 saves in the loss. 

Edge School (2) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy (0) Female U18 Prep

After a scoreless first Sade Sandilands scored the eventual game winning goal 4:04 into the second period. Allison McGregor scored on the power play late in the third to add the insurance marker and Alexis Ehrman (19/19) made 19 saves for the shutout. Tayler Cohen (29/31) made 29 saves in the loss. 

OHA Edmonton Black (2) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy Black (4) U17 Prep

It took Marcus Domhof just eight seconds to give OHA Black the lead as he scored his 14th goal of the season. Saiva Brar extended the lead minutes later with his first goal of the season and a Keele Deuling goal put OHA Black on top 3-0. Calum Giese found the back of the net for OHA Edmonton Black late in the first period. Landon Nagle scored the lone second period goal as OHA Black led 4-1 after two periods of play. Logan Penston brought OHA Edmonton Black back within two early in the third but Jack Hunter (25/27) made 25 saves to secure the OHA Black win. 

Edge School (5) vs BWC Academy (2) U18 Prep

Lochlan Tetarenko gave Edge School an early advantage just 17 seconds into the game. Maxim Shushkov scored on the power play and Brayden Schwartz and Leim Smith scored early in the second as Edge grabbed a 4-0 lead. Matthew Sutherland scored on the power play to get BWC Academy on the board but it was cancelled out by Evan Auld’s second goal of the season. Jack Tudhope scored early in the third to give BWC Academy life but Ryley Budd (22/24) made 22 saves to secure the Edge victory. Preston Lewis (46/51) faced 46 shots in the loss. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (1) vs Calgary International Hockey Academy (3) U17 Prep

Erich Baxter (27/28) and Micah Davidson (26/29) kept clean sheets in the first before Tracen Ashley broke through 1:28 into the second period. Noah Milford (1G, 1A) extended the lead before Will Scott scored on the power play to get OHA on the board. Brendan Rudolph (1G, 1A) scored late in the third to put the game out of reach and clinch a CIHA win. 

CIH Academy Green U18 (2) vs Bishop’s College School U18 (8) Eastern U18

Bishop’s continued their hot streak as they beat CIH Academy Green 8-2. Dylan Rud (1G, 2A) and Elliot Wright (3A) led the way with three points each in the victory. Sky Willer (21/23) made 21 saves to earn the win. Matis Bureau-Morel (40/48) made 40 saves while Colin Leeb and Lukas Plank scored in the loss. 

Calgary International Hockey Academy (5) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep

Affiliate defenseman Easton LaPlante and forward Michiel Leenders (1G, 1A) scored to give CIHA a 2-0 lead. Kansys Seney scored his sixth of the season late in the first to bring PCHA within one. Noah Kosick (1G, 1A) scored 34 seconds into the second to tie the game and a Jase Johnstone (2G, 1A) power play goal gave PCHA their first lead. But CIHA would reclaim the lead on goals from Hudson Binder and Karter Radtke (1G, 1A). Jerrett Ross (1G, 1A) pushed the lead to two midway through the third with CIHA’s third power play goal of the game. Johnstone scored late for PCHA but it wasn’t enough as Luca Stegmann (26/30) made 26 saves for the win. Chayse Johnson (38/43) faced 43 shots in the loss. 

North Shore Warriors (3) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy Black (1) Female U18 Prep

After a scoreless first Hayden Wild scored with 4:15 left in the second as OHA Black led after 40 minutes of play. Castilla Rubin tied the game 7:54 into the second with her sixth goal of the season. Madison Mahovlich scored the go ahead goal late in the third and Kaida Okamura (1G, 1A) added an insurance marker 1:19 later. Hyoseo Cheon (27/28) made 27 saves to help North Shore complete the third period comeback. Ryann Faulkner (45/48) made 45 saves in net for OHA Black. 

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (4) vs North Shore Warriors (2) U17 Prep

PMHA led 1-0 after 20 thanks to Zane Price’s 11th goal of the season. Benson Hirst (1G, 1A) and Dylan Line scored 1:40 apart early in the second to extend the lead to three. Cody Lee and Treyvn Irvine countered back with second period goals of their own as the second ended 3-2. Late in the third Carson Carels (3A) set Rachlan Hay (1G, 1A) up for the power play goal to clinch the 4-2 PMHA win. Piet Mierau (26/28) made 26 saves to earn the win. 

Northern Alberta Xtreme Blue (3) vs Yale Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep

Mats Lajoie scored his 11th goal of the season 10:15 into the first to give NAX Blue an opening period lead. Jake MacDonald (1G, 1A) scored the lone second period goal as NAX Blue held a 2-0 lead after 40. Matthew Dowdall scored on the power play 49 seconds into the third to get Yale on the board and within one. But Ethan Buhler scored with one second left to put the game out of reach and insure the NAX Blue win. Parker Snell (33/34) and Jason Ho (35/37) were in net for their respective teams. 

OHA Edmonton (3) vs Delta Hockey Academy (4/OT) U18 Prep

Damian Kravcak (1G, 1A) scored the lone first period goal while Clarke Schaefer (1G, 1A) had the lone second period tally as the game was tied 1-1 after 40. Kaden Wilkins gave OHA Edmonton the early third period lead before Dane Pyatt countered shortly after. Hunter Yee restored the OHA Edmonton lead but a late Jovan Sandhu goal tied the game and forced OT. With 22 seconds left in the extra frame Jackson DeGraves hit double digit goals on the season, giving Delta the 4-3 victory. Armaan Kaila (36/39) made 36 saves to pick-up the win while Kohen McEllistrum (39/43) made 39 saves in the loss. 

STAR Hockey Academy (3) vs BWC Academy (4) U15

Luca Misceo (1G, 1A) and Nathan Da Silva scored power play goals 48 seconds apart as BWC Academy grabbed a 2-0 lead. Hayden Goetzinger extended the lead before George Gapeshin (1G, 1A) and Daniel Makovetskiy (1G, 2A) brought STAR within one late in the first. Ronin Brunner (1G, 1A) tied the game early in the second with a power play goal, his 11th goal of the season. After giving up three straight, BWC Academy would regroup as Nicholas Voinea (1G, 1A) scored his ninth of the season with 4:45 left to play to give his team a 4-3 win. Mya Young (27/30) made 27 saves and added an assist in the win. 

OHA Edmonton (4) vs Delta Hockey Academy Green (12) U17 Prep

Max Malinousky (2G, 4A) remained hot as he and Nathaniel Danielson (1G, 5A) each recorded six points in a 12-4 win over OHA Edmonton. Dalton Toma (4G, 1A) and Lukas Lima (3G, 1A) each found the back of the net multiple times and Milan Mrsic (4A) provided four assists. Cale Chimera, Keenan Fox, Callum Maclean (1G, 1A) and Zachary Schwartz scored for OHA Edmonton in the loss. 

South Alberta Hockey Academy (6) vs Yale Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep

Tommy Lafreniere gave Yale the lead 58 seconds in before Nate Yellowaga (1G, 1A) tied the game on the power play. Evan Cook (1G, 1A), Jacob Henderson, and Logan Flint (1G, 2A) scored early in the second as Yale held a commanding 4-1 lead. But Josiah Jackson (2G) and Brayden Ryan-Mackay brought SAHA back within one heading into the third. Cash Olson (1G, 1A) and Trip Jensen scored 1:44 apart as SAHA held their first lead of the game. Levi Benson (1G, 3A) tied the game briefly before Jackson scored again 1:45 later to ultimately give SAHA the 6-5 win.