Game Day Recap: November 17 & 19

November 17, 2021

Edge School (8) vs International Hockey Academy (3) U17 Prep

A four goal first period was the difference in this one as Edge defeated IHA 8-3. Jeremy Ahn (3G,2A) and Ashton Gallagher (2G,3A) each recorded five point games, scoring four of the teams first five goals. IHA would get goals from Lane Johnson, Andrei Glukhov and Kayden Big Plume in the second and third period but the early deficit was too much to overcome. Jesse Pope made 23 saves for the win.  

November 19, 2021

 Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (6) at Okanagan Hockey Ontario U18 (3) Eastern

OHO would hold a 2-1 lead after 20 thanks to goals by Kaeden McArthur and Nicholas Moore, but OHA would take over the last 40 and skate to a 6-3 win. Petar Simic and William Potvin (1G,1A) would score 12 seconds apart early in the second as OHA took a 3-2 lead. OHO would briefly tie the game on a Damiano Metastasio goal, but OHA scored three straight to earn the victory. Vadim Borisov made 26 saves and Maxim Lyashenk scored twice and recorded an assist in the win. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (1) at Edge School (12) U17 Prep

Backed by a seven goal second period, Edge defeated Prairie Hockey Academy 12-1 to improve to 7-1-0 on the season. Ethan Adair (2G), Brendan Calahasen (2G,1A), Ashton Gallagher (2G,1A) and Quinn Ramsay (2G,1A) all scored twice in the win while defenseman Owen Howes recorded three assists. Jeremy Ahn led all skaters with one goal and three assists and Gabe Bergeron made 26 saves for the win. Carter Skarbon scored the lone PHA goal. 

West Van Academy (3) at Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) U18 Prep

Ethan Rosenoff and David Yoon scored 55 seconds apart in the first period to give West Van an early 2-0 lead. A scoreless second plus a Logan Peskett third period goal gave West Van a 3-0 advantage with 10 minutes left. But Pacific Coast would mount a comeback that saw Eric Martin score his first of the season and Vincent Cartier score two minutes later to bring PCHA within one. This is as close as they would get though, as Sevek Sian shut the door in the final 2.5 minutes, finishing with a total of 24 saves. 

International Hockey Academy (0) at Notre Dame (12) U17 Prep

Notre Dame scored three goals on the powerplay in a 12-0 win over IHA. Wyatt Davis (1G,3A), Nicolas Karczmiarz (2G,2A) and Aaron Shanks (3G,2A) led the way offensively for Notre Dame, while Josh Muir made 29 saves to earn the shutout. Justin Hooper (1G,2A), Aiden Murray (3A) and Tavyn Schlat (2G,1A) all had three points in the win. 

Northern Alberta Xtreme (3) at Edge School (4/SO) U18 Prep

It was a back and forth game that saw Edge come out on top 4-3 in a shootout. Jackson Smith (2G,1A) opened the scoring 18:46 into the first to give Edge a 1-0 lead. Zackary Shantz (1G,1A) would reply for NAX early in the second, but Smith would score his second goal of the game 21 seconds later to re-give Edge the lead. NAX would take the lead half way through the third on goals from Teydon Trembecky and Layne Loomer, but Ethan Neutens would score with just 23 seconds left to tie the game and force OT. Justin Kipkie would score the eventual shootout winner for Edge. 

RINK Winnipeg (3) at Notre Dame (0) U16 Prep

RHA Winnipeg scored a goal in each period and Spencer Hunnam made 22 saves to earn the shutout in a 3-0 win over Notre Dame. Bryce Bryant opened the scoring 14:53 into the first, Nathan Glavina scored with 2:09 left in the second, and Owen Warnick scored his eighth of the year 5:47 into the third as RHA Winnipeg fired 35 shots at Ethan McCallum. The win improved RHA Winnipeg’s record to 8-4-2-0. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (4) at Delta Hockey Academy (1) U16 Prep

Pacific Coast got two goals from Jase Johnstone and 27 saves from Zach Hulbert as they defeated Delta 4-1 Friday night. Austin Garrett and Noah Gebicki (1G,1A) also scored for PCHA and Kobe Sawyer added two assists. Brayden Burrows made 37 saves and Brogan McNeil scored the lone Delta goal in the loss. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) at RINK Kelowna (8) U16 Prep

The game was tied at one after one but RHA Kelowna would go on to score seven goals in the final 40 minutes to earn an 8-2 win over OHA. Stein Dostal (1G,1A) opened the scoring for OHA with his 11th goal of the year but RHA Kelowna would go on to score six straight goals, including two by Bronson Ross (3G,1A) in the second period. Callas Pierce (2G,2A) finished with four points, while Logan Hamilton (1G,2A), Ryan Richardson (1G,2A) and Owen Wilkinson (3A) all tallied three points. Gavin Pomerov made 23 saves in the win.