Game Day Recap – January 21, 2023

January 21, 2023

North Shore Warriors (4) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (8) U18 Prep

PCHA beat North Shore 8-4 in the first game of the day Saturday. Carson Lesiuk (2G, 3A) led all skaters with five points while Noah Koscik (3A) and Jace McFaul (1G, 2A) had three point games. Wake Purdy (1G, 2A) had three points for North Shore in the loss. 

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

Connor Vogt scored the lone first period goal before Alex Clark tied the game just 41 seconds into the second period. Jaeger Dostal would respond for OHA 59 seconds later as OHA scored four unanswered with Jacob Selent (2G) and Charlie Grant (1G, 1A) finding the back of the net. 

North Shore Warriors (3) vs Delta Hockey Academy (7) U15

Delta would fire 42 shots at Oscar Hicik (35/42) and Lynden Mercier (16/19) would face just 19 sas Delta defeated North Shore 7-3. Peter Banicevic (1G, 1A) would score the games opening goal for North Shore but they were unable to withstand the offensive presence of Alexander Laing (2G) and Kishan Saggu (2G, 1A)

Notre Dame (3) vs RHA Winnipeg (5) U16 Prep

Koby Bossaer (2G) and Jakob Boekelder each scored within the first 5:40 as Notre Dame led 2-0 early. Kayden Turner would get RHA Winnipeg on the board late in the first and Hudson Brehaut and Remy Hlady (2G) would score early in the second as RHA Winnipeg held a 3-2 lead. Bossaer would tie the game but Carson Legault would score less than two minutes later for RHA Winnipeg, who would see Hlady add an insurance marker early in the third. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (1) vs OHA Edmonton (2/OT) U16 Prep

Cohen Friesen scored 3:08 in for Prairie before Kaden Wilkins responded for OHA Edmonton midway through the second. Ethan Myhre (27/28) and Connor Millsap (26/28) would shut the door in the third to force OT where Koen Gauthier would score the winner for OHA Edmonton with just over a minute remaining. 

Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (1) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (8) U18 Prep

Defenseman Logan Goodwin (5A) would lead all skaters with five points and Jesse Sanche (18/19) would make 18 saves as OHA defeated CDA 8-1. Hunter Sellers (3G) would add a hattrick and Wyatt Danyleyko (2G) and Stein Dostal (2G, 1A) would each add two goals of their own. 

Delta Hockey Academy (3) vs Yale Hockey Academy (7) U17 Prep

Lucas Biros (2G) would score two first period goals for Yale before Keeghan Dunn (2G) and Jovan Sandhu responded for Delta in the second. Yale would still lead heading into the third thanks to a Kainoah Brankovic (2G) goal, and another Brankovic goal 13 seconds into the third would extend the advantage. Alexandre Jacques (1G, 1A), Devan Bahia and Tej Dhaliwal would all add to the lead as Yale defeated Delta 7-3. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (10) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (1) U15 Prep

PCHA would outshoot PHA 49-24 in a 10-1 win Saturday. Elliott Hill (4G, 1A) led the way with five points while Madden Cruickshank (1G, 2A), Adam Ireland (3A) and Drew Stinka (1G, 2A) added three points. Joshua Nuttall (23/24) made 23 saves in the win. 

Shawnigan Lake School U18 (1) vs Delta Hockey Academy U18 (2) Female U18 Prep

After a scoreless first Morgan Jackson would open the scoring 18:45 into the second period. Ellie Chou would respond for Delta just 39 seconds later as the two teams entered the third tied 1-1. Sarah Webster would be the hero for Delta scoring on the powerplay 8:09 into the third. Maisie Cope (16/17) made 16 saves in the win. Lauren Mackay (20/22) was in net for the loss. 

South Alberta Hockey Academy (4) vs RHA Winnipeg (2) U18 Prep

Matthew Dewey opened the scoring 1:25 into the game but Kade Duell (2G) would respond just minutes later for SAHA. Gavin McKenna (2G, 1A) and Duell would each score powerplay goals early in the second as SAHA led 3-1 after 40. Peyton Kettles would bring RHA Winnipeg within one with his second of the year but McKenna would score his 27th goal of the season to secure a SAHA victory. 

Bourget College U18 (1)  vs Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (3) Eastern U18

Jett Jock and Joey Blouin scored first period goals as OHA led 2-0 after 20. Samuel Frechette would get Bourget on the board early in the second with his 10th goal of the season. A shorthanded Kalum Gendron empty net goal with 35 seconds remaining would secure an OHA win. 

BWC Academy (10) vs RHA Kelowna (1) U15

Ryan Fox (2G), Brayden McCrorie (2G) and Sam Shepard (2G) all scored twice and Declan Iacoviello (3A) added three assists as BWC Academy defeated RHA Kelowna 10-1. Colton Bush (14/15) made 14 saves in the win. 

St. George’s School (0) vs Shawnigan Lake School (6) U18 Prep

Despite being outshot by St. George’s School 36-30 in the game, Shawnigan Lake School managed to pick up their 10th win of the season. George Stavrianeas had a goal and an assist for Shawnigan Lake School, while Matt Patry put forth a three-assist effort. With 36-saves in the game, Fedor Samsonov earned the shutout and his fourth win of the year.

St. George’s School (1) vs RHA Kelowna (6) U17 Prep

RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna improved to 15-5-1-1 on the season with a win over St. George’s School on Saturday, firing 56-shots on net in the contest. Toby Simpkins and Kelsen Podworny had a goal and three assists each for RHAK and Morgan Hackman added a goal and two helpers in the game. Emerson Willis made 25-saves for his second win. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) vs North Shore Warriors (6) U16 Prep

Cameron Collins led the way offensively for the North Shore Warriors, scoring two goals and adding two assists for a four-point performance. Matteo Paradiso chipped in with a pair of tallies and a helper, while Blake Medalla and Rylan Krawietz picked up a goal and an assist each.

BWC Academy (3) vs Yale Hockey Academy (0) U18 Prep

Peyton Mithmuangneua scored twice for BWC Academy for his ninth and 10th goals of the season. Brody Lindall would add some insurance, scoring his fifth goal of the season as BWC Academy blanked Yale Hockey Academy on Saturday. Aidan Fischer turned aside all 25-shots he faced to pick up his fourth win in a row and third shutout of the season.

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (6) vs OHA Edmonton (7 / SO) U17 Prep

Jack Smith had two goals and an assist for Pilot Mound Hockey Academy, Sam Takahashi notched a pair, and Beau Murray scored a goal and added two helpers. For OHA Edmonton, Keanan Pearman had two goals, while Max Stanton scored a goal and added two helpers. A shootout would be needed to determine a winner, where Sanjay Chalupiak would play the hero for OHA Edmonton.

BWC Academy (5) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) U17 Prep

Daniel Morozov led the way with a three-point outing for BWC Academy, scoring a goal and adding two assists. Marcus Marchant scored twice, while Nolan Gray and Aidan Mukai each added solo tallies. Josh Vallee turned aside 23 of 25 shots to pick up his fifth win between the pipes and his fourth straight decision. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) vs BWC Academy (5) U16 Prep

Christian Revel and Cooper Stockdale both scored powerplay goals for BWC Academy in the game. Gabriel Kaminski was awarded a penalty-shot while BWC Academy was shorthanded, scoring his third goal of the season to pad the lead. Mitchell Pearce picked up his fifth win of the season between the pipes, turning aside 13-shots.

Notre Dame (10) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep

Ryan Zabchuk had two goals and two assists for Notre Dame, Nick Karczmiarz scored a goal and added three helpers, T.J. Lefebvre had two tallies and an assist as the Hounds hit double digits to defeat Pilot Mound Hockey Academy. Brayden Bear scored twice and added an assist in the losing effort for the Buffaloes.

OHA Edmonton (1) vs Edge School (10) U18 Prep

Edge School improved to 23-2-1 on the season, hitting double digits on the scoreboard against OHA Edmontons. Jeremy Ahn had two goals and two assists, Terik Parascak had four assists, Carter Klippenstein added two goals and a helper, while Ashton Gallagher scored a pair for Edge. Noah Davis made 12-saves between the pipes to register his 14th win of the season, improving his winning-streak to 12 games.

Delta Hockey Academy (4) vs RHA Kelowna (2) U18 Prep

Delta Hockey Academy took a two-goal lead after two powerplay goals, first from Rajun Parmar in the first period, and then Chase Harrington converted on the powerplay in the second period. Callas Pierce scored his eighth goal and John Franceschetti notched his 12th of the season for RHA Kelowna tying the game 2-2 headed into the third. Delta scored twice in the final frame with goals from Chase Harrington and Brogan Mcneil, both on the powerplay to seal it.