Game Day Recap: January 26-27, 2023

Photo: Robert A Lefebvre

January 26-27, 2023

Notre Dame (1) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (7) U18 Prep

PHA outshot Notre Dame 64-17 in a 7-1 win Thursday night. Adam Belzil (1G, 3A) and Dmitri Toporowski (3A) each recorded three assists while Michael Malinowski (12/13) was in net for the win. All but three Prairie skaters recorded at least a point in the win. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (5) vs Shawnigan Lake School (8) U15 Prep

Ryder Kerr (2G) and Eric Wagman (2G, 1A) scored early first period goals as Shawnigan led 2-1 after 20. Madden Cruickshank (2G) would tie the game early in the second as a six goal second period saw PCHA up 5-4 after 40. But Shawnigan Lake would score 37 seconds apart early in the third and 18 seconds apart late in the game to score four unanswered and secure an 8-5 victory. 

Mount Academy U18 Prep (2) vs CIH Academy U18 (3) Eastern U18

After a scoreless first Danylo Tsybulskyi scored 1:42 into the second for CIH. Emile Tremblay (2G) would tie the game late into the second with his second goal of the season. Neil Iserhoff and Charlie Wilson would score less than two minutes apart as CIH regained the lead early in the third. Tremblay would score again midway through the period but Mount was unable to complete the comeback as Victor Cech (30/32) made 30 saves in the win. 

Notre Dame (2) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (13) U15 Prep

NAX put up 77 shots in a 13-2 win over Notre Dame on Friday. Jordan Duguay (3G, 2A) and Daxon Rudolph (5A) each had five points while Macklin Dobko (4A) and Tucker Tullikopf (2G, 2A) added two point games of their own. Ryan Pedersen (2G) scored both Notre Dame goals in the loss. 

Indigenous Sports Academy (2) vs International Hockey Academy (3) U17 Prep

Kayden Big Plume and Ayaan Vira (1G, 1A) would score their 9th and 11th goals of the season as IHA led 2-0 after 20. Sage Roberts (2G) would score back to back goals in the second to tie the game, but just three minutes later Luca Dufour would score the eventual game winner as IHA defeated ISA 3-2. Tyler Hoar (26/28) kept ISA off the scoresheet in both the first and third period. 

Mount Academy U16 (6) vs Ontario Hockey Academy Maroon U17 (1) Eastern U17

After a scoreless first Cole Shepherdson and Derek Andrews traded second period goals as the two teams entered the third tied 1-1. The third would be all OHA as they scored five unanswered goals, including a shorthanded goal from Dmitrii Novikov (1G, 1A) in the final four minutes of the game. Justin Gregoire (3A) led the OHA offence with three points. 

Notre Dame (2) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (3) U17 Prep

Zane Prince (2G) scored twice and Reid Slugoski added one as PMHA led 3-0 after 20. After a scoreless second Elliot Cantin and Logan Gee would score for Notre Dame to start a comeback but Piet Mierau (35/37) would keep the door shut the rest of the way as Pilot Mound would hold on for a 3-2 win. 

OHA Edmonton (1) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (6) U15

Tyson Crunik scored the game’s first goal as OHA Edmonton held a 1-0 lead after 20. But NAX would respond with three in the second and another three in the third to earn their 13th win of the season. Blake Wilejto (2G) scored twice and Jackson Tetreault (1G, 3A) and Kale Breton (1G, 2A) led all skaters with four and three points respectively. Daniel Marsden (17/18) made 17 saves in the win. 

Mount Academy U18 Prep (1) vs Ontario Hockey Academy Prep (7) Eastern U18

Backed by a five goal first period, Ontario Hockey Academy defeated Mount Academy 7-1. Laurent Desorcy-Dupont (2G, 2A) and Jeremie Ndeffo (2G) each scored twice while Benjamin Barrette (2A) added two assists in the win. Alexis Sabourin (17/18) made 17 saves in the win. 

OHA Edmonton (4/OT) vs Edge School (3) U17 Prep

Cole Fisher opened the scoring for Edge with the lone goal of the first period. Dekkam Dallas (2G) would tie the game early in the second before William Paterson regave Edge the lead. Keanan Pearman (1G, 2A) would again tie the game before Nate Crashley once again gave Edge the lead. But Dylan Konschuh would score just 34 seconds to tie it again and force overtime. In overtime Dallas would score just 46 seconds in to give OHA Edmonton a 4-3 win. 

RHA Kelowna (4) vs North Shore Warriors (3) U16 Prep

North Shore led 2-0 after 20 thanks to goals from Lucas Jakubec (1G, 1A) and Matteo Paradiso (1G, 2A). RHA Kelowna would respond with goals of their own in the second as Julian Galenza (1G, 1A) and Cole Serdachny (2G, 1A) would find the back of the net. Gavin Huynh would score early in the third to re-give NSW the lead, but Serdachny would tie the game minutes later and Aidan Fisher would score late to give RHA Kelowna the 4-3 win. 

North Shore Warriors (3) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep

Avery Hewson scored for the North Shore Warriors, as Wake Purdy scored on the powerplay and Quinn Ramsay scored short-handed in the game. Hunter Sellers, Jace Shuttleworth and Logan Goodwin added tallies for Okanagan Hockey Academy, with Presley Kerner’s powerplay goal holding up as the game-winning goal for Okanagan Hockey Academy. 

Bourget College U18 (6) vs Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (4) Eastern U18

Samuel Frechette had two goals and an assist for Bourget College, while Alex Roy and Gavin McLenaghan added a goal and an assist each in the game. Axel Ruski-Jones scored his sixth of the season for Bourget, which held up as the game winning goal. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (2) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (5) U17 Prep

Northern Alberta Xtreme improved to 23-1-0 on the season with a win over Prairie Hockey Academy on Friday. Jack Toogood scored two goals for NAX, Lukas Kaplan had a goal and an assist while Andrew Thomson and Jason Walia scored solo tallies. Ryan Grout made 21 saves to pick up the win between the pipes for NAX.

BWC Academy (0) vs RHA Kelowna (3) U17 Prep

All three goals scored by RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna in the game were scored in the second period. Jake Skogstad, Brayden Holberton and Tyce Wood all lit the lamp for RHAK. Jovin Manhas stopped all 28 shots he faced to register his first shutout and eighth win of the season. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (0) vs Shawnigan Lake School U18 Female (9) U18 Prep

Shawnigan Lake School put nine goals on the board for the win on Friday night. Morgan Jackson led the charge offensively with two goals and one assist, while Neha Gill and Mikayla Boarder scored a goal and an assist each. Lauren Mackay recorded the shutout and the win in net for Shawnigan Lake School, turning aside five shots.

St. George’s School (4) vs Shawnigan Lake School (2) U15 Prep

Lucas Benn picked up a pair of goals for St. George’s School and Eli Barrett had a goal and two assists and Harshaan Kaila added a goal and a helper. Ethan Naus and Eric Wagman both scored for Shawnigan Lake School in the loss. Eric Tu earned his 10th win between the pipes this season turning aside 11 of 13 shots he faced in the game.

BWC Academy (2) vs RHA Kelowna (1) U18 Prep

The game was scoreless after two periods of play, but the scoring ramped up in the final frame. Brody Lindal scored his sixth goal of the season to put BWC Academy on the board,  but Bronson Ross answered back on the powerplay for RHA Kelowna to tie the game. However, less than a minute later, Peyton Mithmuangneua would convert on the powerplay, scoring the eventual game-winner for RHAK.