GAME DAY RECAP: November 13, 2022

Photo: Dave Watling

Delta Hockey Academy (1) vs RHA Winnipeg (8) U16 Prep

RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg improved to 15-0-1 on the season with a win on Sunday. Tate Dolinksy had four assists, Hudson Brehaut had a goal and two helpers, while Connor Bear struck twice for RHA Winnipeg. The lone goal scored by Delta Hockey Academy came off the stick of Dylan Lazaroff, on the powerplay, for his third of the season. Brett Catellier made 14 of 15 saves to earn the win between the pipes for RHAW.

Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) vs Notre Dame (2) U16 Prep

Okanagan Hockey Academy had a healthy three-goal cushion heading into the final period of play, thanks to goals from Dylan Cawley, Tucker Robertson, and Bradley Schmidt. Notre Dame would answer with two goals in the third period. First, a powerplay goal from Calvin Gustafson and a late tally from Liam Tattuinee, but it wasn’t enough. A powerplay goal for OHA scored by Simon Cecconi slowed any late-game momentum, putting the game out of reach.

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (0) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 Female (6) U18 Prep

The Okanagan Hockey Academy offense was on full display in this one, firing 68 total shots on the Pilot Mound Hockey Academy net. Hanna Perrier had two goals in the game, including a short-handed marker. Megan Dolynchuk and Makena Lloyd-Howe added a goal and an assist each and Sydney Mintz scored her first of the season to round it out for OHA. Ellie Lowe made 10-saves between the pipes to record the shutout.

Delta Hockey Academy U17 (2) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (3) Female U18 Prep

Delta Hockey Academy took the lead with less than a minute remaining in the first period, when Leah Hill scored her seventh goal of the season. In the second period, Eden Hamil would add to the lead, scoring to make it 2-0 Delta. However, Okanagan Hockey Academy would score three unanswered goals in response. Anna Kapocsi cut into the lead for OHA, followed up by a goal from Rebecca MacFarlane to tie it up 2-2 after two periods of play. Alexandra Soon would score the go-ahead goal on the powerplay in the third period for Okanagan Hockey Academy, completing the comeback, en route to a 3-2 decision. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (5) vs OHA Edmonton (4)  U16 Prep

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy had a slight edge at the break, scoring twice in the first period, with Kaden Wilkins and Cole Sherstan each lighting the lamp. A powerplay goal from Brando Purinton gave OHA Edmonton some life through twenty minutes. 2-1 after one. Aidan Stewart would tie the game in the second period for OHAE, on the powerplay. In the third period, Pacific Coast Hockey Academy had goals from Parson Sharhi, Francesco Ruffolo, Haydyn Brooks (PP), and Owen Hentschel which made the difference in the game.

OHA Edmonton (2) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep

After a scoreless first period, Landen McFadden and Jack Birch (PP) both scored in the second period to give OHA Edmonton a two-goal lead at the intermission. However, in the third, South Alberta Hockey Academy would have a response, scoring four times. Kadon McCann scored twice on back-to-back powerplay chances to tie the game for SAHA, while Elias Eisenbarth scored the go-ahead goal with his first goal of the season. Noah Dziver added some insurance, scoring his 16th goal of the season for SAHA.

Edge School (1) vs RHA Kelowna (3) U16 Prep

Cole Serdachny gave RHA Kelowna a first period lead, picking up his fifth goal of the campaign but RHAK would add to the lead in the second, as Soren Brons-Douville notched his fifth goal of the season to extend the lead to 2-0 after two periods. Lincoln Martin would answer back in the third period, scoring midway through the frame to put Edge School on the board, but an empty-net goal from Teghan Mullin would put the game out of reach. Louis Gu turned aside 38 of 39 shots he faced in net to earn the win for RHA Kelowna.

Yale Hockey Academy (7) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (3) U17 Prep

Lucas Biros (2G, 1A) would score just nine seconds into the game and Ilija Majkic (1G, 3A) would add to the lead just three and a half minutes later as Yale was up 2-0 early. Goals by Kael Jackson (1G, 1A) and Tanner Lozano would tie the game just 8:35 into an action packed first 10 minutes. In the second period Devan Bahia, Dane Svingen-Jones and Biros and Noah Marshall would all find the back of the net to give Yale a 6-3 advantage after 40 minutes. Tyson Moss would add the lone third period goal and Nate Stevens (20/23) would make five third period saves as Yale defeated CDA 7-3. 

Shawnigan Lake School U18 (1) vs RHA Kelowna U18 (6) Female U18 Prep

Morgan Jackson opened the scoring just 27 seconds in but RHA Kelowna would go on to score six unanswered goals to claim a 6-1 victory. Emelia McDermid (1G, 1A) and Maya Serdachny (2A) would each record multi-point games while Madison Bowtell (24/25) would pick up her seventh win of the season. Alex Nelson (46/52) was in net for the loss. 

BWC Academy (3) vs St. George’s School (1) U17 Prep

After a scoreless first Hunter Henry would score on the powerplay 2:27 into the second for BWC Academy. Liam Magnuson would tie the game midway through the second with a powerplay marker of his own, but Liam Loughery would score five minutes later to regain the BWC Academy lead. Nolan Gray would score shorthanded with just 1:06 remaining to secure the BWC Academy victory. Nathan Kam (27/28) and Austin Ball (28/31) tended the nets for their respective teams. 

North Shore Warriors (1) vs Shawnigan Lake School (8) U18 Prep

Shawnigan would outshoot North Shore 52-23 en route to an 8-1 victory Sunday afternoon. George Stavrianeas (4G, 1A) and Jonatan Raatikainen (1G, 3A) would lead the Shawnigan offence, while Charles-Edouard Legros (22/23) would pick-up his fourth win of the season. 

Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (1) vs Delta Hockey Academy U18 (5) Female U18 Prep

Sarah Webster (2G) would score the games first two goals and London McDavid and Vanessa Schaefer would add goals of their own as Delta held a commanding 4-0 lead. Sarah Kjemhus would get NAX on the board late in the second but a third period goal by Ellie Chou (1G, 1A) would put the game out of reach. Maisie Cope (26/27) would make 26 saves to earn the win. 

St. Mary’s Academy U18 (0) vs Edge School U18 (4) Female U18 Prep

After a scoreless first Shannon Pearson (2G, 1A) would score two goals in a span of 2:19 to give Edge a 2-0 lead heading into the third. In the third, Jennifer Keller and Kyla Mitenko would score 30 seconds apart as Edge cruised to a 4-0 victory. Emily Carson (24/24) made 24 saves for the shutout victory. 

BWC Academy (3) vs Yale Hockey Academy (6) U18 Prep

BWC Academy would outshoot Yale 39-27 but a 36 save performance from Ethan Eskit (36/39) would give Yale a 6-3 victory. Luke Cozens (3G, 1A) recorded a hattrick and Justin Ivanusec (1G, 2A) and Chase Valliant (3A) each recorded three points in the win. Carter Lundie (1G, 1A), Ryder Mcintosh (1G, 1A) and Peyton Mithmuangneau all scored for BWC Academy in the loss. 

RHA Winnipeg U18 (0) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (5) Female U18 Prep

Maddy Ferguson (28/28) made 28 saves for her second shutout of the season and Kenzie Carson, Kendal Davidson, Keira Grant and Tea Pearce (2G) all found the back of the net as SAHA defeated RHA Winnipeg 5-0. Riley Gramlich (2A) recorded two assists in the win. Inhye Jang (31/36) was in net for RHA Winnipeg. 

St. George’s School (0) vs Yale Hockey Academy (13) U15

All but one Yale skater would record a point and Adrian Comeau (1G, 4A) Seth Catronuovo (3G, 1A), Matteo Di Stefano (2G, 2A) and Shaun Hildebrandt (1G, 3A) would lead the way offensively as Yale won 13-0 the last game of the weekend.