North Shore Warriors (3/OT) vs OHA Edmonton (2) U16 Prep
OHA Edmonton were in control of this one heading into the third period, after scoring twice in the middle frame to give them a two-goal cushion. Nicholas Rowney opened the scoring and Kaden Wilkins extended the lead with a powerplay marker to make it 2-0 at the break. However, North Shore had an answer in the third. Matteo Paradiso cut into the lead midway through the period, and Cameron Collins tied the game for the Warriors, scoring his 10th goal of the season. Overtime was required, where just 0:38 seconds in, Paradiso scored his second goal of the game to complete the comeback for North Shore.
Delta Hockey Academy U17 (1) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (7) Female U18 Prep
Okanagan Hockey Academy scored three times in the first period, three times in the third period, and converted three times on the powerplay in the game. Julia Duke and Jackson Dailey each had three-point efforts with a goal and two assists for OHA, while goaltender Elly Lowe stopped 13-shots to pick up her third win between the pipes this season.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (2) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (0) Female U18 Prep
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy picked up their first win of the season, blanking Okanagan Hockey Academy on Friday afternoon. Gracie Page scored both goals for the Buffaloes, including a powerplay tally, while Hailey Hildebrand assisted on both. Brooklynn Adams earned her first ‘W’ between the pipes for PMHA, turning aside all 30 shots she faced to record the shutout.
BWC Academy (4) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (0) U16 Prep
BWC Academy got most of their offence in the first period, setting the tone for the game early on. Christan Revel opened the scoring, putting home his third goal of the season, which would hold up as the eventual game-winner. Nathan Tomcheck scored twice in the opening period, and Shaenen Long added to the lead in the second, while Aidan Mark added three assists. Mitchell Pearce made 14 of 14 saves to register the shutout and his second win in a row between the pipes.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (1) vs RHA Winnipeg (3) U16 Prep
Remy Hlady got the scoring started with less than 30-seconds left in the first period, scoring his ninth of the season to give RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg a 1-0 lead at the break. Connor Bear notched his eighth goal of the season in the second period to extend the lead to 2-0, and Wyatt Stinton scored in the third period to make it 3-0. Tee Hagel would score the lone goal for Okanagan Hockey Academy, while Brant Catellier made 22-saves for RHAW earning his seventh win in a row between the pipes. RHA Winnipeg has yet to lose in regulation so far this season with a record of 13-0-1.
St. Mary’s Academy U18 (2) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (3/SO) Female U18 Prep
St. Mary’s outshot SAHA 51-26 but a 49 save performance by Maddy Ferguson (49/51) allowed SAHA to secure a 3-2 shootout win. Letta Mattheos and Abby Brigg scored 18 seconds apart early in the first as St. Mary’s held a 2-0 lead for much of the game. Brianna Finke would get SAHA on the board 1:57 into the third, and Tea Pearce would tie the game 1:26 later. After OT solved nothing, Marley Howes and Keira Grant would both beat Jordyn Espenell (23/25) and Ferguson would stop two of the three St. Mary’s shooters.
Shawnigan Lake School U18 (3) vs Delta Hockey Academy U18 (4/SO) Female U18 Prep
Delta started the game with two powerplay markers as Sarah Webster (1G, 1A) scored the lone first period goal and Ellie Chou added another early in the second. Mikayla Boarder (1G, 2A) would get Shawnigan on the board just minutes later, and Abby Whitworth’s (1G, 1A) 10th goal of the season would tie the game heading into the third. In the third Vanessa Schaefer would give Delta the lead just 1:09 into the period, but Charlotte Swanton would tie the game with just 18 seconds left. In the shootout Maisie Cope (40/43) would stop all three Shawnigan shooters and Chou would score the lone goal for Delta, giving them a 4-3 win.
RHA Winnipeg (1) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep
Adam Belzil, Jace Bymoen, and Jacob Michelson (3G) all scored for Prairie in a 5-1 victory over RHA Winnipeg. Jackson Kostiuk scored the lone RHA Winnipeg goal, beating Liam Ernst (30/31) early in the third. Drew Molde (2A) and Ryder Rommelaere (2A) each recorded two assists in the win.
Delta Hockey Academy (3) vs BWC Academy (0) U17 Prep
Keeghan Dunn (2G, 1A) opened the scoring with just 22 seconds left in the first as Delta held a 1-0 advantage after 20. Isa Guram (1G, 1A) would extend the lead just 1:35 into the second, but a goal by Trevor Oishi on the powerplay midway through the frame would get BWC Academy on the board. Dunn would secure the Delta win with 1:05 left as he scored his third goal of the season. Mathias Hasselmann (25/26) earned his second win of the season.
RHA Winnipeg U18 (1) vs Edge School U18 (2) Female U18 Prep
Zoe Cramer scored for RHA Winnipeg just 31 seconds in but two straight goals from Jennifer Keller (2G), and a 18 save performance from Emily Carson (18/19) gave Edge the 2-1 win. Inhye Jang (50/52) made 50 saves in net for RHA Winnipeg.
Notre Dame (1) vs RHA Kelowna (4) U16 Prep
Pherson Loedndorf scored the lone first period goal as Notre Dame held the initial lead but Teghan Mullin, Aidan Fisher, Luca Cupello and Riley Pederson all responded for RHA Kelowna to give them a 4-1 victory. Louis Gu (29/30) was in net for RHA Kelowna in the win, while Carter Biggs (2A) and Caelen Cross (2A) each recorded two assists.
BWC Academy (1) vs Yale Hockey Academy (2) U15
After a scoreless first Cameron Zonailo opened the scoring on the powerplay for BWC Academy 5:09 into the second. Adrian Comeau would respond eight minutes later with his ninth goal of the season to tie the game heading into the third. In the third, Shaun Hildebrandt would score on the powerplay with just 5:17 remaining to give Yale the eventual 2-1 win. Aiden Lazazzera (12/13) was in net for the win, while Colton Bush (30/32) stopped 30 shots in the loss.
Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (0) vs RHA Kelowna U18 (12) Female U18 Prep
15 different RHA Kelowna skaters recorded at least one point and Madison Bowtell (20/20) earned her third shutout of the season as RHA Kelowna stayed undefeated in regulation with a 12-0 victory. Hailey Armstrong (2G, 1A) and Chloe Primerano (2G, 2A) each scored twice and Mikayla Blomquist (1G, 3A) and Maddie Leaney (3A) each tallied three assists.
Delta Hockey Academy (3) vs Edge School (2) U16 Prep
Luke Sowpal and Lachlan Hanton each scored for Delta while Scott Sandilands and Drezden Bertsch responded for Edge as the two teams entered the third tied at 2-2. In the final period, Jasper Fellbaum would score his eighth of the season to give Delta a 3-2 win. Shay McVicker (26/28) earned the win in net.
Prairie Hockey Academy (5/OT) vs Edge School (4) U17 Prep
Cole King scored 1:06 into overtime as PHA handed Edge School (8-0-1-0) their first loss of the 2022/23 season. Kierin Osberg (1G, 2A) led all PHA skaters with three points while Cohan Kuncio (2G) scored twice in the win. Owen Mastroianni (1G, 2A) led the way for Edge in the loss. Luke McKechnie (37/41) made 37 saves in the win, while Gabe Bergeron (30/35) was in net in the loss.