Game Day Recap – November 14, 2021

Shawnigan Lake School U18 (6) at St. Mary’s U18 (4) Female Prep

Jada Leung scored 3:29 into the first to open the scoring and Mikayla Boarder (4G) recorded a natural hat trick as Shawnigan opened up to a 4-0 first period lead. Both teams would trade goals in the first, giving Shawnigan a comfortable 5-1 lead heading into the third. But St. Mary’s would score 3 goals in the first 13 minutes of the third to bring them within one. Boarder would end the St. Mary’s comeback hopes with her fourth of the night on an empty netter with 14 seconds left. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (2) at RINK Winnipeg (7) U16 Prep

RINK Winnipeg would outshoot Prairie 46-20, winning 7-2. Rhett Perrin (2G,1A) and Owen Warnick (1G,2A) would lead the way with three points each. Ty Schell would score twice and Jordan Murray added two assists in the win. Cole King scored both goals for Prairie in the loss. 

South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (0) at Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (1) Female Prep

It was a goalie duel Sunday morning as Scout Anderson picked up a 27 save shutout for OHA and Maddy Ferguson was beaten just once by Kismet Dogan 13:49 into the second period. Kylie LaRiviere and Madelyn Beek each picked up an assist on the lone goal. The win was the first of the season for OHA. 

RINK Kelowna (6) at Shawnigan Lake School (3) U17 Prep

Mason Rudolph, Wake Purdy and Raydon Parkes would all score in the first to give RINK Kelowna a 3-0 lead after 20. Stefano Ruggieri (2G) and Logan Bainbridge would score 1:26 apart in the second to bring Shawnigan within 1 before Joseph Melichar (1G,2A) would score the eventual game winner 17:06 into the second. Ruggieri would again open the scoring in the third, but Parker MacDonald (2G,1A) would score twice, including once into an empty net, to give RHA Kelowna the win. Thomas MacLean made 33 saves in the win. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (6) at Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (3) U15 Prep

Adam Kelly would open the scoring 1:03 into the first for PMHA but Prairie would score three straight, and six total to claim a 6-3 win. Cohen Friesen would score twice and Kierin Osberg (1G,2A) would pick up three points. Mikale Budz (1G,1A), Dylan Hallborg (2A) and Noah Thul (1G,1A) would also record multi point games for Prairie. Gage Sutherland would lead the Pilot Mound offence with two assists. Cameron Beisal made 21 saves for PHA in the win. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (2/SO) at RINK Winnipeg U18 (1) Female Prep

Danica Maynard would score 3:37 into the first to give OHA a 1-0 lead, a lead that they would hold until Charlotte Siksik would score her third of the year 2:40 into the third. Overtime and eventually a shootout were needed with Sarah Kjemhus and Madison Mahovlich each scoring to give OHA a 2-1 win. Magdalena Luggin made 38 saves for the win, while Avery LeBleu stopped 24 shots in the loss. 

Delta Hockey Academy (2) at BWC Academy (3) U15

Delta took a 1-0 lead on a Taran Biring goal 8:43 into the opening frame. BWC Academy would respond with goals 13:40 and 16:39 into the first, as Ty Bonkowski (1G,1A) and Noah Frick both found the back of the net. Delta would tie the game 5:50 into the second as Nathan Gray scored his first of the year. Kai Anderson would score the game winner with just under eight minutes remaining in period number three. Samuel Bastien finished with a 16 save win. Greyson Moroz stopped 42 of 45 in the loss. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (3) at RINK Winnipeg (5) U18 Prep

Cole Thomas (2G) would give PHA an early lead just 1:28 into the game but Gavin Hodnett (1G,2A) responded less than 2 minutes later to even the score at 1. RINK Winnipeg would score three times in the second to take a 4-2 lead heading into the final period, where each team would trade goals as RHA Winnipeg would take a 5-3 win. Peyton Bateman and Tyson Vouriot would each tally a goal and an assist for RINK Winnipeg, while Ethan Dekay (1G,2A) would play a part in all three PHA goals. 

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (4) at Delta Hockey Academy U17 (3) Female Prep

Despite being outshot 32-20, Pilot Mound defeated Delta 4-3 to pick up their second win of the 2021/22 season. Davanna Ditto, Katy Lacosse and Kassia Ross would score for Pilot Mound, who got 29 saves from Jewely Ducharme. Zoe Bown, Payton Finnie (1G,2A) and defenseman Eden Hamel all scored for Delta in the loss. 

Delta Hockey Academy (3) at Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) U16 Prep

Delta jumped out to a 2-0 lead thanks to two goals from Bennett Muller (2G) but Connor Vogt (2G) would score late in the first to bring OHA within one. OHA would win the second period 3-1, scoring two straight to open the period and one more after a Delta goal to close it out. This would be enough to give OHA a 4-3 win, as Ryan Tamelin would make 31 saves to shut the door. 

West Van Academy (2) at St. George’s School (6) U15 Prep

Trace Frieden (3G) registered a hat-trick for St. George’s, Aydan Wang (1G,2A) had a three point effort and Brendan Dvorkin-Frouws (1G,1A) had a pair of points for the Saints as they earned their second win of the season. Austin Ball turned aside 16 of 20 West Van Academy shots to pick up the win. 

CIH U18 (0) at Okanagan Hockey Academy Ontario (4) U18 Eastern

Okanagan Hockey Ontario outshot CIH Academy 50-30 in the game as they picked up their second win of the year. Joshua Penney (1G,1A) scored in the first period, Spencer Stanutz (PP) and Jonathan Hutorsky (1G,1A) lit the lamp in the second, and Lucas Whitehead capped off the scoring in the third period with his first goal of the season. Ben Grahame has back-to-back wins for OHO, making 30 saves and recording the shutout.

West Van Academy (5) at Delta Hockey Academy (6 SO) U18 Prep 

Noah Gibbons and Bailey Ewonus (2G) both scored twice in the game for Delta Hockey Academy, who found themselves up 4-0 midway through the second period. West Van Academy would answer back with five goals of their own in the second period, but a scoreless third period left the game tied at the end of regulation. Overtime solved nothing, so a shootout was required, where the fourth shooter for Delta, Bailey Ewonus, scored the winner.

St. George’s School (1) at Shawnigan Lake School (3) U18 Prep

Declan Warburton scored the lone goal in the first period to give St. George’s the lead, which they held through forty-minutes of play. However, Shawnigan Lake School scored three unanswered goals in the third period from Marcello Giorgi, Liam Bridger and Dylan Compton to earn the win on Sunday. Charles Legros picked up his fourth win of the season, making 39 saves on 40 shots in the game.  

Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (1) at RINK Kelowna (7) U18 Female Prep

RINK Kelowna was dominant on both sides of the puck, scoring seven goals while also limiting Northern Alberta Xtreme to just 10 shots in the game. Janelle Evans (2G,1A), Maya Serdachny (1G,2A) and Brooke Disher (3A) all had three-point games, as six different players scored goals for RINK Kelowna. Madison Bowtell wasn’t overly tested between the pipes, facing just 10 shots and making nine saves to record her fifth win of the season.

Notre Dame (1) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (4)  U16 Prep

Luke Davies (2G,1A) scored twice, Hyde Davidson scored the game-winner and Brock Souch added the insurance goal for Northern Alberta Xtreme, who improved to (11-3-0-0) on the season with a win over Notre Dame. Haden Heide has won seven games in a row in net for NAX, turning aside 17 of 18 shots for the win.

Delta Hockey Academy U18 (4) at Edge School U18 (1) Female Prep

The power-play struck twice for Delta Hockey Academy, who led 3-0 after forty minutes off goals by Breanne Powell (2G,1A), Jordan Baxter (1G,2A) and Sydnee Wilson. Makayla Watson would cut into the lead scoring for Edge School midway through the third period (9:41), but just seconds later (9:53) Powell would score her second of the game for Delta to put the game out of reach. 

West Van Academy (3) at Yale Hockey Academy (7) U15

It was an endless onslaught of shots from Yale Hockey Academy in the game, as the Lions fired 71 pucks towards the West Van Academy net. Mowat Sweet bettled for the Warriors, making 64 saves in the losing effort, while Carson Lang stopped 16 of 19 shots he faced for the win. Jayden Oleskiw (2G,1A) led the way offensively with a three point performance for Yale Hockey Academy. 

St. George’s School (6) at Yale Hockey Academy (4) U17 Prep

All of the scoring came in the first 40 minutes as St. George’s defeated Yale 6-4 in the final game of the weekend. Luca Stegmann made 33 saves and Hunter Morgan (1G,2A) led the St. George’s offence with three points. Ethan Buckland (1G,1A), Reece Liu (1G,1A), Brady Miller (2G), and Jussi Saarni (2A) all recorded multi point games for St. George’s in the win. El Emery, Nate Mayes (1G,1A), Sullivan Menard, and Chase Valliant (1G,2A) all scored for Yale.