GAME DAY RECAP: January 21, 2024

Photo Credit: Garrett James Photography

Delta Hockey Academy Black (0) vs Delta Hockey Academy Green (12) Female U18 Prep

Delta Green outshot Delta Black 55-7 en route to a 12-0 win Sunday morning. Audrey Church (2G), Kismet Dogan (2G), London McDavid (2G, 4A) and Mikayla Totten (2G, 1A) all scored twice for Delta Green, while Jillian Matthews (7/7) made seven saves for the shutout. Sonja Reed (43/55) made 43 saves in the loss. 

Prairie Hockey Academy Blue (2) vs Edge School Maroon (7) U17 Prep

Jeff Niehaus (5A) set up Luca Dufour (5G) five times to carry Edge Maroon to a 7-2 win over PHA Blue Sunday morning. Carter Voll and Brady Williams scored the other Edge Maroon goals and Brooke Davis (26/28) made 26 saves in the win. Riley Robert and Jaxin Karst scored second period goals for PHA Blue in the loss. Keegan de Sa (2A) and Noa Halat (2A) chipped in with two assists for Edge Maroon. 

St. Mary’s High School (1) vs BWC Academy (7) U18 Prep

Affiliate forward Gianni Bosa (2G, 1A) scored 48 seconds in and Matthew Sutherland (1G, 3A) and Ryan Harris (2G) added goals of their own as BWC Academy jumped out to a 3-0 head start. Luke Vink scored late in the first to get St. Mary’s on the board. Bosa, Lucas Jakubec (2G) and Harris scored second period goals as BWC Academy held a commanding 6-1 lead after 40. Jakubec added his second of the game in the third period to secure the win. Harrison Dejong (12/13) made 12 saves for the win. Jack Salverson (44/51) faced 51 shots in the St. Mary’s net. 

Shawnigan Lake School (1) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (4) Female U18 Prep

Makena Lloyd-Howe opened the scoring 9:57 in with a shorthanded tally for RHA Kelowna. Mya Lawrence and Chloe Primerano (1G, 2A) traded goals to close out the first. Emelia McDermid added another shorthanded goal for RHA Kelowna in the second period and an Alida Korte goal midway through the third put the game out of reach. Madison Bowtell (21/22) made 21 saves for her 11th win of the season. Aidyn Carkner (30/34) faced 34 shots in net for Shawnigan. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy Blue (5) vs North Shore Warriors (2) U17 Prep

Braxton Becker (29/31) and Beckham Brossard (50/55) kept the first scoreless before Cody Lee opened the scoring 1:36 into the second for North Shore. Tristan Gravenor (2G) tied the game with his 15th goal of the season midway through the period. Jack MacMillan and Reece Miyoshi (1G, 1A) scored 2:06 apart as PCHA Blue leaped ahead 3-1. An Avraham Brown (1G, 1A) power play goal 59 seconds later brought North Shore within one but that was as close as they’d get as Gravenor and Parson Shahi added late goals for PCHA Blue. 

South Alberta Hockey Academy (4) vs Edge School Gold (7) U17 Prep

SAHA led 1-0 after 20 thanks to a late goal from Jacob Penley. The flood gates would open in the second with Maddox Rose (1G, 1A), AJ Tarnowski, Rory Frew (3G, 2A) and Kesler Morrow scoring for Edge Gold while Cole Fisher scored twice and Ty Wasyluk once for SAHA. Tied 4-4 entering the final period, Edge Gold would outshoot SAHA 13-4, putting two goals past Steven Wawryk (34/40) and adding an empty netter to secure a 7-4 win. The empty net goal by Frew completed the hat-trick and gave him five points in the game. 

Shawnigan Lake School (7/OT) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (6) U18 Prep

Joe Iginla setup McCarthy Richardson (3G) twice in the first as RHA Kelowna led 2-0. Gabriel Kenny (1G, 1A) responded for Shawnigan 23 seconds into the second and Brendyn Van Oene (3G, 3A) added a shorthanded goal 5:36 later to tie the game. Richardson would complete the hat-trick just 19 seconds later and Callum Stone (1G, 1A) scored his fourth of the season with one second left in the period for RHA Kelowna. Van Oene opened the third with a goal 58 seconds in but Cruz Waltze quickly responded for RHA Kelowna. Conall Hill and Eli McKamey (1G, 4A) tied the game before Cameron Norrie (1G, 1A) restored the lead. Ethan Armstrong (1G, 2A) would tie the game with 1:38 left to play and Van Oenee completed the hat-trick 1:04 into the extra period to give Shawnigan the come-from-behind 7-6 OT win. 

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) vs RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (9) Female U18 Prep

Rowyn Street (3G, 1A) tallied a hat-trick while Callie Paull (1G, 3A) and Sydney Stibbard (3A) each had three assists as RHA Winnipeg defeated PMHA 9-1. Sheigh Siemens broke the Inhye Jang (23/24) shutout bid with 11:11 left to play in the game. Brooklyn Adams (33/42) was charged with the loss. 

BWC Academy (5) vs St. George’s School (3) U15

Sunjai Sharma and Alexander Rode (1G, 1A) traded early first period goals for their respective teams. BWC Academy opened the second with three straight as Bradey Ching (1G, 1A), Nathan Da Silva and Nicholas Voinea (2G) all found the back of the net. Tarik Lammam halted the run minutes later with a power play goal. Freddie Brooks-Hill scored his first of the season to bring St. George’s within one but Voinea iced the game with 27 seconds remaining. Tyce Kinsey (31/34) made 31 saves in the win. 

St. George’s School (2) vs Delta Hockey Academy Green (8) U17 Prep

Max Malinousky (6A) led all skaters with six assists, Nathaniel Danielson (2G, 3A) and Milan Mrsic (3G, 2A) each had five points, and Ashton Thornton (16/18) made 16 saves as Delta Green defeated St. George’s 8-2. Lukas Lima, Suhaan Nagra and Otto Spofforth scored the other goals for Delta Green in the win. Minsuk Hou and Sachin Sidhu scored for St. George’s in the loss. 

Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (1) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (10) U18 Prep

Rowan Guest (3G, 2A) and Noah Kosick (2G, 3A) each had five point games to carry PCHA to a 10-1 win over CDA. Guest scored the lone goal in the first before Verners Veinbergs beat Chayse Johnson (23/24) early in the second. But PCHA rallied off nine unanswered to earn the dominating win. Brendon Hall (1G, 2A), Jase Johnstone (1G, 2A), Parker MacDougall (2G, 1A) and Jordan Ramsay (3A) all had three points in the win. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) vs Yale Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep

A power play goal by Kainoah Brankovic gave Yale a 1-0 lead after 20. Goals from Tommy Lafreniere (2G, 2A), Adam M’Hamed and another by Lafreniere put Yale in control midway through the game. Stein Dostal finally broke through for OHA late in the second period. Levi Benson (1G, 1A) and Daniel Tverdovsky traded third period goals and Spencer Hunnam (38/40) made 38 saves to give Yale a 5-2 victory. Ryan Tamelin (28/33) made 28 saves for OHA, who were without their three leading scorers due to the Youth Olympics. 

Bourget College U18 (4) vs Ontario Hockey Academy Prep (11) Eastern U18

Oliver Nilsgaard (3G, 2A) recorded a hat-trick, Marcus Fjeld (1G, 4A) had five points and Tomas Lukes (1G, 3A) and Cole Shepherdson (3A) each had three assists as OHA Prep defeated Bourget 11-4. Marc-Antoine Riopel (2G) scored twice in the loss, beating Oliver Kiraly (24/28) twice in the second period. 

Wenatchee Wild Hockey Academy (2) vs St. George’s School (6) U18 Prep

Reece Liu (2G, 2A) scored 47 seconds in as St. George’s led 1-0 after 20. Connor Pankratz (3G, 2A) scored twice in a span of 23 seconds early in the second and Amadeo Sim added his eighth of the season 6:24 into the second. Stephen Schaefer’s first of the season midway through the second would get Wenatchee on the board. Liu scored his second of the game, short handed to give his team a commanding lead. Fischer Nicolet and Pankratz traded late power play goals, giving Pankratz the hat-trick and five point game. 

North Shore Warriors (4) vs Yale Hockey Academy (7) U15

Matteo Zenone (1G, 1A) gave Yale an early first period lead but second period goals from Kenzo Gibson (2G, 2A) and Linkin Ashton had North Shore up 2-1 at the halfway point. Jaxen McFegan (1G, 3A) tied the game before Gibson restored the lead going into the third. Ethan Manan tied the game 37 seconds into the third and goals from Elias Papadatos (1G, 1A), Maxx Trites (2G, 1A) and Lucas Ward (1G, 2A) saw Yale on top. Ethan Mah (1G, 2A) would score late to bring North Shore within two but Trites found the back of the net with 22 seconds left to secure the win. Mason Sutherland (32/36) and Ashton Sims (35/42) were in net for their respective teams.