January 29, 2023
Indigenous Sports Academy (4) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (3) U17 Prep
Rowan Albert and Beau Murray traded first period goals while Brady Wharram and Draeden Bear (2G) did the same in the second. Bear would give ISA the lead 8:02 into the third and Daine Thomas would make it 4-2 with 46 seconds left. Zane Prince (1G, 1A) would get a consolation goal for PMHA with nine seconds left but a 37 save performance from Marcus Scott (34/37) secured an ISA win.
Mount Academy U16 (2) vs Ontario Hockey Academy Maroon (1) U17 Eastern U17
Derek Andrews (2G) scored 9:57 into the first and 12 seconds into the third providing both goals in a 2-1 win for Mount Academy. Cole Shepherdson would score the lone goal for OHA in the second period. Scott Leblanc (39/40) and Jacob Duff (25/27) were in net for their respective teams.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (4/SO) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (3) U18 Prep
Having completed the first period two weeks ago before a power outage postponed their game, SAHA and NAX played two periods Sunday morning. Down 1-0 to start the second, Luke Davies (2G) would score two second period goals as the game entered the third tied 2-2. Ryan Miller (2G) would score his second of the game before Bowen Grycan would tie it just minutes later to force the eventual shootout. The shootout would last six rounds before Kadon McCann would give SAHA the 4-3 win.
Mount Academy U18 Prep (1) vs Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (2) Eastern U18
Stevie Clark (2G) would score the lone first and second period goals and Benoit Aucoin (37/38) would make 37 saves as OHA defeated Mount Academy 2-1. Adam Lecours (19/21) made 19 saves in the loss and Anthony Molloy scored the lone Mount goal.
RHA Kelowna (10) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (1) U16 Prep
RHA Kelowna went 2-2 on the powerplay and outshot PCHA 56-18 in a 10-1 win Sunday morning. Julian Galenza (2G, 2A) led all skaters with four points while Aidan Fisher (1G, 2A) and Luke Silvernagle (1G, 2A) chipped in three points each.
Notre Dame (6) vs International Hockey Academy (7/OT) U17 Prep
IHA led 3-1 after 20 and 6-3 after 40 before Notre Dame scored three unanswered, including two in a span of eight seconds in the final 45 seconds of the game. Despite forcing overtime, it was IHA who would come out victorious thanks to an Ayaan Vira (2G) goal 1:25 into the extra frame. Notre Dame forward Taye Shukin (2G, 3A) led all skaters with five points in the game.
Bourget College U18 (4) vs CIH Academy U18 (1) Eastern U18
Bourget College led 2-0 after 20 thanks to goals from Santiago Gosselin (1G, 1A) and Samuel Frechette (2G, 1A). Jack Pollock would get CIH on the board early in the second but Gavin McLenaghan would restore the two goal lead midway through the period. Frechette would extend the Bourget College lead just 44 seconds into the third as they skated to a 4-1 victory.
RHA Kelowna U18 (10) vs Delta Hockey Academy U17 (1) Female U18 Prep
Hailey Armstrong (2G, 2A) and Janelle Evans (2G, 2A) each had four point games and Carmen Bray (1G, 2A) added three points as RHA Kelowna beat Delta 10-1. Lily Zohner ended the Madison Bowtell (14/15) shutout bid just seven seconds into the third.
King Heights Academy U18 (1) vs Ontario Hockey Academy Prep (20) Eastern U18
Marius Ottesen (4G, 2A) scored four times, Laurent Desorcy-Dupont (3G, 3A) and Jeremie Ndeffo (3G, 2A) each recorded hattricks and Bryan Lister (2G, 4A) added four assists as every single OHA skater recorded at least one point in a 20-1 win.
Yale Hockey Academy (6) vs RHA Kelowna (0) U15
Nevin Connor (22/22) made 22 saves to earn his third shutout of the season and Adrian Comeau (3G) recorded a hattrick as Yale defeated RHA Kelowna 6-0. Aidan Kalinowski (2A), Jayan Muchalla (2A), and Maxx Trites (2A) each tallied two assists in the win.
Prairie Hockey Academy (1) vs OHA Edmonton (6) U15 Prep
OHA Edmonton outshot Prairie 70-13 in a 6-1 win Sunday. Kayden Lemire (2G, 2A) led all skaters with four points while Brandon Hui (2A), Jake MacDonald (1G, 2A), and Zach Schwartz (2A) each recorded two assists. Rowan Houweling (12/13) was in net for the win.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) vs Notre Dame (4) U18 Prep
After a scoreless first Aaron Shanks (1G, 1A) and Ivan Kulagin (2G) would each find the back of the net in the second for Notre Dame. Isaiah Felix would get PMHA on the board midway through the third but Eric Mullen and Kulagin would respond for Notre Dame in a 4-1 win.
Delta Hockey Academy (2) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) U15
Zephyr Harms (1G, 1A) scored the lone first period goal as OHA led 1-0. Alexander Laing (1G, 1A) and Jack Morgan would both score in the second for Delta, while Trey Tourigny responded for OHA. Maxx Parfitt would score the eventual game winner for OHA with 1:30 remaining in the game.
North Shore Warriors (1) vs St. George’s School (8) U15
Byron Chin (3G, 2A) recorded a hattrick and Aaron Chin (1G, 4A) tallied five points as St. George’s defeated North Shore 8-1. Carter Adams (23/24) made 23 saves in the win and Jason Gao (2G, 2A) chipped in four points. Zacheres Jones scored the lone North Shore goal.
Shawnigan Lake School U18 (2) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (0) Female U18 Prep
Alex Nelson (15/15) made 15 saves for her first shutout of the season and Mikayla Boarder and Abby Whitworth (1G, 1A) each found the back of the net as Shawnigan defeated OHA 2-0. Farah Walker (43/45) made 43 saves in the loss.
Yale Hockey Academy (6) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) U18 Prep
Noah Kosick and Carter Degelman scored for PCHA while Will Sharpe and Nate Mayes responded for Yale as the first period ended tied at 2-2. Shea Busch (2G) and Grant Reid would score second period goals for Yale who grabbed a 4-2 advantage heading into the third. Luke Cozens (1G, 3A) would extend the deficit before Carson Lesiuk (1G, 1A) brought PCHA back within two. But another Busch goal late in the third secured the Yale win.
Delta Hockey Academy (0) vs Shawnigan Lake School (8) U18 Prep
Charles-Edouard Legros (33/33) made 33 stops to earn his league leading fourth shutout of the season as Shawnigan Lake defeated Delta 8-0. Matt Patry (1G, 3A) led the Shawnigan offence with four points. Sam Bailey (1G, 2A) and Cole Patterson (1G, 2A) had three points in a game in which all but three SLS skaters recorded a single point.
OHA Edmonton (4) vs Edge School (5 / OT) U15
Logan Murray had two goals and an assist in the game for Edge School and Owen Mastroianni had a goal and two assists. Three third period goals from Prairie Hockey Academy tied the game and forced overtime, but PHA could not complete the comeback, as Leim Smith scored his 10th goal of the season to win it for Edge.
Prairie Hockey Academy (4) vs Edge School (5) U17 Prep
Mirco Dufour scored a hat-trick with three goals for Edge School, while James Matheos and Andrew Ragusa added solo tallies. On the other side Tyson Chrunik notched a pair of goals, Ewan Gillis picked up a goal and an assist and Noah Stone added a goal for Prairie Hockey Academy.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (5) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (2) U18 Prep
South Alberta Hockey Academy picked up their 20th win of the season with a win over Northern Alberta Xtreme. Kade Duell scored twice, Gavin McKena had a goal and an assist, Taylor Ivison had a solo tally, and Nathan Hawkins added three assists in the game. Drew Williamson had two goals in the game for NAX.
Mount Academy U16 (2) vs CIH Academy U17 (4) Eastern U17
Samuel Caouette led the way for CIH Academy with a three-point game, scoring a pair of goals and an assist. Bailey Yates scored his third of the season and Neil Iserhof added his fourth to round out the scoring for CIH Academy. Daniel McGowan turned aside 31 shots to pick up his fifth win of the season between the pipes.
North Shore Warriors (2) vs Delta Hockey Academy Green (9) U15 Prep
Max Malinousky had five points in the game, with two goals and three assists for Delta Hockey Academy, while Ryan Lin added a goal and three helpers and Milan Mrsic had two tallies. Ashton Thornton turned aside 10 of 12 shots to pick up his 10th win in a row for DHA Green.
Yale Hockey Academy (1) vs RHA Kelowna (4) U15 Prep
Joe Iginla scored his 31st goal of the season and added an assist for RHA Kelowna, Cruz Waltze added a pair of goals and Adam Shypitka scored his first of the season. Jake Henderson hit the scoresheet for Yale Hockey Academy, scoring on the powerplay, but that’s all they would get. Steele Bass made 17-saves between the pipes to pick up the win.
OHA Edmonton (1) vs Notre Dame (7) U16 Prep
There were two Notre Dame players with four-point performances in the game. Alec Nasreddine had two goals and two assists and Carter Ellsworth added four assists while Pherson Loehndorf had two goals for the Hounds. Ben Chornomydz stopped 23 shots, the only goal that got past him came off the stick of OHA Edmonton’s Koen Gauthier.
RHA Kelowna (5) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) U17 Prep
Kelsen Podworny had two goals in the game for RHA Kelowna, Logan Flint had a goal and an assist, while Jackson Roberts and Morgan Hackman added a goal each. Jaeger Dostal scored for Okanagan Hockey Academy just 16 seconds into the second period, and Ethan Hamilton added his second goal of the season for OHA in the loss.
Delta Hockey Academy vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy U17 Prep
Jackson DeGraves had a two goal, two assist performance for Delta Hockey Academy while Jack Ferguson, Damian Kravcak, Owen Cooper and Andrew VanGaalen scored solo tallies to round out the scoring for Delta. Mathias Hasselmann stopped 19 of 20 shots for Delta Hockey Academy, with the lone goal for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy coming from Nick Scott.
Shawnigan Lake School (3) vs Yale Hockey Academy (5) U17 Prep
Levi Benson had a five-point game for Yale Hockey Academy, scoring twice and adding three assists. Lucas Biros had a goal and three helpers, while Ilija Majkic Kainoah Brankovic scored a solo marker for YHA. Domenik McInenly turned aside 19 of 22 shots to pick up the win between the pipes.
OHA Edmonton (0) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (8) U17 Prep
Brayden Kilmpke scored twice, Luke Powell picked up a pair of goals, Andrew Thomson had a goal and two assists, while Jaxen Gauchier added three helpers for Northern Alberta Xtreme. Ryan Grout earned the shutout and the win for NAX, turning aside all 24 shots he faced in the game.