GAME DAY RECAP: January 13, 2023

Photo: Robert A Lefebvre

Champions Hockey Academy U16 Prep  (0) vs Mount Academy U17 (9) Eastern U17

Vincenzo Di Rocco registered a hat-trick, scoring three goals for Mount Academy, while Aiden Diamond had a goal and three assists for a four-point game. Louis-Carl Tremblay added a pair of goals for Mount Academy in the win. Evan Weeks made 14-saves to pic kup the win between the pipes. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (3) vs St. Mary’s Academy U18 (2) Female U18 Prep

St. Mary’s Academy went up 2-0 in the game with two powerplay goals, first from Letta Mattheos and then from Mia Faseruk. However, three unanswered tallies from Okanagan Hockey Academy proved to be the difference in the game. Hayden Wild scored her first goal of the season, Avery Wilson picked up her first goal via the powerplay and Alexandra Soon notched the game-winner shorthanded to win it for SMA.

Notre Dame (2) vs RHA Winnipeg (8) U18 Prep

Jaden Beauchamp notched two goals for RHA Winnipeg, Owen Martin scored a goal and added two assists, while Burke Hood turned aside 14 of 16 shots he faced between the pipes to register the win. Walty Pedersen and Eric Mullen each scored a goal for Notre Dame in the loss. 

Okanagan Hockey Ontario U18 (8)  vs King Heights Academy U18 (0) Eastern U18

Three players had three-point performances for Okanagan Hockey Ontario in the game. Jordan Laroda scored twice and added an assist, Darren Baker picked up a goal and two helpers while Carlo Francesco Denti registered three assists in the contest. Nicholas Losif picked up his second win of the season for OHO, recording a shutout in the process. 

RHA Kelowna (3) vs Delta Hockey Academy (5) U15

Caden Liebel scored a goal and added two assists for Delta Hockey Academy, while Otto Puhakka had three assists in the game. Santiago Skinner scored his second goal of the season which held up as the game winner for Delta. Grady Monsen notched his sixth goal of the season, shorthanded, for RHA Kelowna in the loss.

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (2) vs RHA Winnipeg U18 Female (1) U18 Prep

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy earned their first win of the season on Friday with a win over RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg. Rhiannan Phillips opened the scoring for Pilot Mound, and Bernice Keshane’s first goal of the season held up as the game-winner. Breigh Rank notched the lone tally for RHA Winnipeg, but Anika Moroz was solid in net, turning aside 44-shots to record the win for PMHA.

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) vs International Hockey Academy (8) U18 Prep

International Hockey Academy fired 65-shots on the Pilot Hockey Academy net in the game. Mitchell Patrick had four points with two goals and two assists, while Ty McKay registered a hat-trick for IHA. Rio Kroeker made 15-saves for his fourth win of the season between the pipes, while the lone goal scored for Pilot Mound Hockey Academy came off the stick of Dalyn Stevenson.

North Shore Warriors (3) vs St. George’s School (4)  U15

Byron Chin and Jason Gao both notched a goal and an assist for St. George’s School, while Peter Banicevic and Shoji Kawai-Wrinch added a goal and a helper each for North Shore. Keenan Canales scored the game-winning goal for St.George’s, his sixth of the season. 

Champions Hockey Academy U16 Prep (4) vs Mount Academy U16 (1) Eastern U17

Champions Hockey Academy got offensive contributions from Will Caroll, who scored twice, Brody Harnum and Owen Graham. Olivier St-Onge turned aside 18 of 19 shots between the pipes for the Eagles, while the lone goal for Mount Academy was scored by Cogan Leblanc.

Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (5) vs Shawnigan Lake School U18 (2) Female U18 Prep

Makena Lloyd-Howe scored twice in the third period for Okanagan Hockey Academy, while Kenzee Hope assisted on two of three goals scored in the second period. Jorja Moore made 17-saves for her third win of the season between the pipes for OHA. Dawson Benson and Mya Lawrence scored for Shawnigan Lake School in the loss. 

South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (2) vs Delta Hockey Academy U18 Female (1) U18 Prep

Kendal Davidson opened the scoring on the powerplay in the second period for South Alberta Hockey Academy, who took a 1-0 lead into the final frame. In the third period, Ellie Chou scored her fifth goal of the season to tie the game for Delta Hockey Academy. However, a powerplay goal from Norah Andronyk late in the frame would hold up as the game-winner for SAHA. Maddy Ferguson picked up her seventh win in net this season, turning aside 32 of 33 shots between the pipes.

Prairie Hockey Academy (2) vs OHA Edmonton (3) U16 Prep

Cole Sherstan opened the scoring and Jason Haraphongse scored twice to put OHA Edmonton up by three goals midway through the second period. Prairie Hockey Academy would mount a comeback, however, with goals from Henry Thunderblanket on the powerplay and a third period strike from Kale Pratte, but that was all PHA would get. William Stewart stopped 22-shots to pick up the win in net for OHA Edmonton.

Notre Dame (2) vs Edge School (0) U16 Prep

Grady Peterson (38/38) made stops to earn his first shutout of the season and Jakob Boekelder (1G, 1A) and Will St James each found the back of the net for Notre Dame as they defeated Edge 2-0. Brooke Davis (41/42) made 41 saves in the loss. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (6) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) U18 Prep

Landon Hanson (2G), Bret Hymers and Kayden Longley all scored first period goals for NAX while Kasey Russell (2G, 2A) responded twice for PHA. Hanson would score the lone second period goal to extend the NAX lead to 4-2, but Prairie would score four unanswered in the third as Ty Pratte, Bryson Aikens (2G, 1A) and Jace Bymoen all found the back of the net. 

Shawnigan Lake School (3) vs Yale Hockey Academy (5) U15 Prep

Sullivan Bryan scored just 52 seconds in and Nigel Alberts (1G, 1A) scored 50 seconds later as Shawnigan held a 2-0 lead just 1:42 in. Colby Callan (2G) would get Yale on the board midway through the first and two second period goals from Matthew Dowdall (2G), and one from Shawnigan forward Eli McKamey would see the teams enter the third tied 3-3. Callan would break the tie midway through the final frame and Brayden Ryan-Mackay would add an empty netter with 10 seconds remaining to clinch the Yale victory. 

Yale Hockey Academy (5) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) U15

Seth Castronuovo (3G, 1A) recorded a hattrick and Aiden Lazazzera (52/56) made 52 saves as Yale defeated NAX 5-4. Matteo Di Stefano (2A) and Maxx Trites (1G, 1A) each recorded multi point games in the win. Harry Mattern (2G) scored twice for NAX while Kale Breton (2A) and Blake Wilejto (2A) each had two assists. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) vs BWC Academy (6) U15

Daniel Taylor (1G, 1A) scored the lone first period goal and Connor Liu (1G, 1A) scored 1:09 into the second as BWC Academy grabbed a quick 2-0 lead. Ethan Dimand and Colton Deschamps would each respond for OHA but goals from Dylan Hoskins (1G, 2A) and Riley Sytsma would cancel their efforts out. Maxx Parfitt (1G, 1A) would score early in the third to give OHA life but goals by Kayden Pratt (1G, 1A) and Ryan Fox just 17 seconds apart secured the BWC Academy win. 

Bourget College U18 (6) vs Mount Academy U18 Prep (5) Eastern U18

Bourget improved to 6-1-0 with a 6-5 victory over Mount Academy Friday night. Samuel Frechette (2G, 1A) scored just 21 seconds in for Bourget to set the tone in what would be a high scoring affair. Frechette and Marc-Antoine Riopel (2G, 1A)  would lead all skaters with three points. Luke Bennett (2G) scored twice for Mount Academy in the loss. 

Delta Hockey Academy U17 (0) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (2) Female U18 Prep

Erika Lind (21/21) made 21 saves for her second shutout of the season and Paige Ring and Keyana Bert each scored for NAX as they defeated Delta 2-0. Alix Walchuk (34/36) made 24 saves for Delta in the loss. 

Edge School U18 (1) vs RHA Kelowna U18 (4) Female U18 Prep

Chloe Primerano (1G, 1A) and Kennedy Sisson scored first period goals for RHA Kelowna before a scoreless second. Emilia McDermid would score early in the third before Hannah Deck got Edge on the board midway through the period. But a Hailey Armstrong (1G, 1A) shorthanded goal would kill any hopes of an Edge comeback. Eva Filippova (15/16) made 15 saves in the win while Emily Carson (32/36) was in net for Edge in the loss. 

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (2) vs Edge School (8) U15 Prep

Cruz Pavao (4A) would lead all skaters with four points and Ryan Boyce (1G, 2A), Brendan Rudolph (2G, 1A), and Nate Yellowaga (1G, 2A) each added three points as Edge School defeated PMHA 8-2. Carson Carels (1G, 1A) and Ben Shearer scored in the loss, beating Adam Courchesne (16/18), who made 16 saves in the win. 

South Alberta Hockey Academy (4) vs Edge School (5) U18 Prep

Edge held a 4-1 lead after 20 thanks to goals from Leim Smith, Cash Koch, Miles Cooper (2G, 1A) and Ashton Gallagher. But the second would be a different story as Gavin McKenna (2G, 1A) would score twice and Ryan Miller (1G, 1A) once as SAHA tied the game heading into the third. Cooper would be the third period hero for Edge, scoring on the powerplay with just over five minutes remaining to give his team a 5-4 win. 

OHA Edmonton (4) vs Edge School (5) U15

Luke Jamieson (1G, 1A) and Henry Unruh scored first period goals and Declan Cardiff (3G) scored twice in the second as Edge held a commanding 4-0 lead heading into the third. Cardiff would complete the hattrick early in the third but OHA Edmonton wouldn’t quit. Yihwan Joo (1G, 1A) scored 1:25 after Cardiff, Jihwan Kim scored midway through the third and Noah Stone (2G) scored twice to give OHA Edmonton life. But the comeback would ultimately fall short as Braxton Gibson shut the door the rest of the way for Edge. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (5) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep

In a high scoring affair OHA outshot CDA 50-39 while outscoring them 5-4. Wyatt Danyleyko (1G, 2A) led the way for OHA with three points while Sidney Brill (2A), Stein Dostal (1G, 1A), Presley Kerner (1G, 1A) and Emmett Nordin (2A) all had two points in the win. Defenseman Calvin Coppess (1G, 2A) responded with three points of his own for CDA.