November 12, 2022
Prairie Hockey Academy (3) vs International Hockey Academy (2) U17 Prep
Noa Halat would score the lone first period goal and Jacob Horb would score early in the second as IHA grabbed a 2-0 lead. But Noah Thul (1G, 1A), Kierin Osberg, and Avery Johnson would all score for PHA in a span of six minutes to close out the second period, giving them a 3-2 lead. Cameron Beisal (34/36) would stop all 14 shots he faced in the third period as PHA held on for a 3-2 win.
Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (1) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (7) Female U18 Prep
Julia Duke (2G) and Gabby Lindsay (2G) each scored twice and Makena Lloyd-Howe (1G, 2A) led all skaters with three points as OHA U18 defeated OHA U17 7-1. Elly Lowe (13/14) made 13 saves as Madison Deschamps ruined her shutout bid late in the second period.
BWC Academy (5) vs OHA Edmonton (2) U16 Prep
Shaenen Long (1G, 1A) opened the scoring 15 minutes into the first before Jonathan Doan tied the game just 2 minutes later. Mattias De Zen and Gabriel Kaminski would each score for BWC Academy in the second, and an early third period goal by Nicholas Drapack would extend the BWC Academy advantage to 4-1. Nicholas Rowney would bring OHA Edmonton within two with 2:17 remaining, but a Nathan Tomcheck (1G, 1A) empty netter with 28 seconds left secured the BWC Academy victory.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (0) vs Delta Hockey Academy U17 (3) Female U18 Prep
Leah Hill’s sixth goal of the season would open the scoring midway through the second period, and a Sydney McIntosh tally with just over five minutes remaining would increase the Delta lead. Mira Morgan (1G, 1A) would score her first of the season into an empty net with 1:41 remaining to clinch the Delta 3-0 win. Alix Walchuk (24/24) earned the shutout victory.
RHA Winnipeg (0) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep
SAHA outshot RHA Winnipeg 40-20 and scored twice on the powerplay in a 4-0 win. Noah Dziver (1G, 1A), Kadon McCann (2G) and Matthew Paranych (1G, 1A) all scored for SAHA and Sammy Hynes (2A) and Ryan Miller (2A) each recorded multi-point games. Zach Zahara (20/20) earned his fifth win, and ninth shutout, of the season.
Delta Hockey Academy U18 (2) vs RHA Kelowna U18 (3) Female U18 Prep
Delta held a 2-1 advantage after 40 thanks to goals from Anjali Simms and Jordan Baxter. But Maya Serdachny scored 2:28 into the third to tie the game and Chloe Primerano (1G, 1A) would score with 5:22 left to give RHA Kelowna an eventual 3-2 win. Eva Filippova (22/24) earned the win, while Tayler Cohen (32/35) picked-up the loss.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (1) vs Edge School (5) U16 Prep
OHA outshot Edge 37-23 but it was Edge who came out on top, thanks to two powerplay and one shorthanded goal. Jordan Margerison scored for OHA just 1:48 into the game but they would be unable to solve Brooke Davis (36/37) the rest of the way. Lincoln Martin (3A) recorded three assists and Jeff Niehaus (1G, 1A) and Evan Plewes (1G, 1A) each recorded two points.
Shawnigan Lake School U18 (3) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (2) Female U18 Prep
Despite being outshot 21-9 NAX held a 2-1 advantage after 20 thanks to goals from Madison McCullough and Maria Ayre. But Shawnigan would continue their dominance on the shot clock, and be rewarded in the second with goals from Mikayla Boarder (1G, 1A) and Morgan Jackson (2G, 1A). Lauren Mackay (28/30) wouldn’t let in another shot after the first and Erika Lind’s (53/56) 56 save performance wouldn’t be enough as Shawnigan won 3-2.
St. George’s School (3) vs Delta Hockey Academy Green (4 / OT) U15 Prep
Delta Hockey Academy Green came out strong in the first period, scoring twice against a tough St. George’s school team that came into the game unbeaten in regulation this season. Nickolas Kovich scored in the first five minutes and Ben Schmidt extended the lead for Delta, who led 2-0 at the break. Eli Barrett scored twice for St. George’s in the second period, but a powerplay marker from Kovich kept the lead intact. 3-2 through two. Harshaan Kaila tied the game for Delta in the third period, forcing overtime, where Daniel Nathanson would score to play the hero for the Saints.
St. George’s School (1) vs Yale Hockey Academy (8) U18 Prep
St. George’s School took an early lead, with a powerplay goal from Trace Frieden to make it 1-0. But Yale Hockey Academy took control from there, scoring eight unanswered goals in the game. Savin Virk recorded a hat-trick (3g) and Steven Foster picked up a pair of tallies in the victory. Ethan Eskit made 31 saves for his third win between the pipes for YHA.
Notre Dame (2) vs Delta Hockey Academy (3 / OT) U16 Prep
Both Notre Dame and Delta Hockey Academy did the bulk of their scoring in the second period. After a scoreless first, Dalton Toma gave Delta the lead and Noah Hettinga scored to extend the lead. However, Notre Dame responded with back-to-back powerplay goals to draw even in the game. Jacob Elliot scored to cut into the lead, and then Will Summer found the back of the net with one-second left in regulation to tie the game and force overtime. In OT, on the powerplay, Hettinga scored his second of the contest to win it for Delta.
South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (1) vs Edge School U18 Female (3) U18 Prep
Shannon Pearson got Edge School on the board in the first period, with her seventh goal of the season, which was scored on the powerplay. Later, with less than two minutes to play in the frame, Brooklyn Deck scored her first of two in the game to extend the lead. Just 20-seconds later, Tea Pearce scored her tenth of the season for South Alberta Hockey Academy to cut into the lead. 2-1 at the break. Deck would score the go-ahead goal for Delta in the second period, and goaltender Megs Thiessen stopped 19 shots for the win.
St. Mary’s Academy U18 (3) vs RHA Winnipeg U18 Female (2) U18 Prep
Kate Chuback scored twice in the first period for St. Mary’s Academy to give the Flames a 2-0 lead through one period of play. In the second period, Zoe Cramer (1g,1a) scored for RHA Winnipeg to cut into the lead, followed up by a powerplay goal scored by Kate Nechwediuk to tie the game 2-2. Mia Faseruk gets the game-winner in the third period, scoring shorthanded to give St. Mary’s the edge.
RHA Kelowna (3) vs RHA Winnipeg (4) U16 Prep
RHA Winnipeg (13-0-1) remains unbeaten in regulation this season with a win over RHA Kelowna. Tristen Bailey gave RHAK the lead on the powerplay early in the first period, but RHAW would answer with four-straight goals. Wyatt Stinton and Luke Ross scored, followed by goals from Remy Hlady and Hudson Brehaut, who picked up his 11th goal, scoring shorthanded to give RHAW the 4-1 lead. RHAK would chip away, with goals from Riley Pedersen on the powerplay and Soren Brons-Douville to make it 4-3, but they would run out of time on the comeback try.
OHA Edmonton (3) vs Edge School (10) U18 Prep
Edge scored three powerplay goals in the game and two short-handed tallies, as well. Keets Fawcett had a four point night with two goals and two assists, while Terick Parascak and Matthew Keller added a pair of goals and an assist each. OHA Edmonton got powerplay contributions from Jack Birch and Adam Milke, his first goal of the season.
Prairie Hockey Academy (3) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (0) U16 Prep
Henry Thunderblanket got the scoring started on the powerplay for Prairie Hockey Academy, with his seventh goal of the season. Later in the first period, Kale Pratte picked up his fourth goal of the year to extend the lead to 2-0. Caleb DeBruyne found the back of the net on the powerplay once again in the second period to give PHA a 3-0 lead, which they would not relinquish. Kale Gorski turned aside all 16 shots he faced to record the shutout.
Yale Hockey Academy (13) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (2) U17 Prep
Yale Hockey Academy scored six times on six opportunities with the powerplay in the game (6/6). Lucas Biros had a seven-point performance for WHA, with two goals – five assists, Levi Benson had a hat-trick and added three helpers for a six-point effort, while Ilijah Majkic had five points with a goal and four assists. Domenik McInenly made 16-saves for the win, improving his record to 4-1 on the season between the pipes.
North Shore Warriors (2) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (1) U18 Prep
Bryson Carlyle scored on the powerplay in the first period, and got his second goal of the game in the second period to give the North Shore Warriors a 2-0 lead after 40-minutes of play. Kanye Huang ended the shutout bid in the third period, scoring his third goal of the season for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy, but Oliver Read was solid between the pipes all game long, making 45 saves for his third win of the season for the Warriors.