Game Day Recap – November 19, 2022

November 19, 2022

Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (3)  vs Okanagan Hockey Ontario U18 (4) Eastern U18

Steady back and forth action filled this contest through the first two periods until OHA’s Stevie Clark and Yaroslav Alifanov struck twice within less than a minute near the end of the second, offering OHA a 3-2 lead entering the third. However, OHO would respond with an early marker from Jordan Laroda to even things up, allowing Rasmus Lind to secure his first career CSSHL goal and wrap up the game for OHO’s second win of the season.

BWC Academy (2) vs Shawnigan Lake School (5) U17 Prep

Tristan Ferris was commanding the game from the point this morning, firing home the game’s first goal only 18-seconds after puck drop. Ferris would add another two helpers, chipping in on Logan Bainbridge’s game-winning-goal in the second frame. Emmett Nietsch held BWC Academy at bay, making 38 saves en-route to a 5-2 victory.

Prairie Hockey Academy (3) vs RHA Winnipeg (2) U18 Prep

The comeback was in sight for RHA Winnipeg after trailing by two half-way through the affair. Some snappy goals from RHA Winnipeg’s Owen Warnick and Cole Cairns was enough to bring the game back to a stalemate. Prairie Hockey Academy would press immensely throughout the third, outshooting their opposition 15-9 before program veteran, Drew Molde, buried one with 1:27 remaining in the game, ultimately sealing it for PHA.

Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (2) vs RHA Kelowna (3) U17 Prep

RHA Kelowna came out of the gates swinging with a tally from Dylan Ruff 10-seconds after the opening draw, following up with two more in the first period from 07’ forwards, Jackson Roberts and Brayden Rotach. RHA Kelowna would keep pouring on the shots through forty-minutes of play before Kael Jackson of Coeur d’Alene would snipe one from the left boards with milliseconds to spare. Eli Fareria would post one more for CDA before the end of the contest. RHA Kelowna’s U17 squad has now notched points in five-straight games. 

St. George’s School (2) vs Delta Hockey Academy (3 SO) U17 Prep

Isa Guram led the way for Delta’s U17 squad, notching two-goals including his 10th of the season. St. George’s was able to keep things close thanks to Imaree Dhaliwal’s 24-stops before falling in the shootout where Mathias Hasselmann, who had earlier stopped a penalty shot, shut the door to allow Dane Pyatt to notch the shootout winner in walk-off fashion. 

Delta Hockey Academy (2) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (1) U18 Prep

A goaltending duel between Delta’s Brendan Gee and PCHA’s Ryan Parker. Gee’s 33-stops helped pad the victory for the U18 squad, the scoring praise will fall on the shoulders of Jack Sears, who scored both of Delta’s goals in this afternoon affair. Landon Mackie and Noah Kosick were able to counter on a Delta turnover early in the third, but Sear’s nose-for-the-net is what came through in the victory. 

Delta Hockey Academy (6) vs Yale Hockey Academy (3) U15

All cylinders were firing for Delta’s U15 team early this afternoon. After a rocky first period where Yale outshot the Wild 19-8 and trailed 2-1 to the hands of Sloan Harder and Matteo Di Stefano, Delta exploded for four-unanswered goals over the next two-periods. Kishan Saggu ignited the comeback early in the third and followed up with another two-assists to cap off a four-point effort. Matthew Wong also stood strong in the crease for a 38-save performance in the 6-3 comeback. 

Notre Dame (5) vs Edge School (4) U16 Prep

Notre Dame had a 3-2 lead heading into the third period, in which each team hit the scoresheet. Lachlan Hanton scored just 0:14 into the third period to tie the game for Edge, but Alec Nasreddine and Nick Wytrychowski answered for the Hounds to keep the lead intact. A late goal from Tyler Auger scored late to make it close for Edge, but Notre Dame would hold on for the win. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (0) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (5) U16 Prep

Okanagan Hockey Academy earned their tenth win of the season against Pacific Coast Hockey Academy. Simon Cecconi had a four-point effort, with a goal and three assists, and Bradley Schmidt added two goals and two assists for OHA. John Tonhauser turned aside all 19 shots he faced to record his first shutout of the season between the pipes.

Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) vs Yale Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep

Yale Hockey Academy got out to a first period lead thanks to a goal from Wyatt Danyleyko, his second of the season. In the second period, Tommy Lafreniere would respond for Okanagan Hockey Academy, scoring his third of the year to tie the game 1-1. It would remain tied until the third period when Jacob Selent would score to give OHA the lead, which they would not relinquish. Ryan Tamelin picked up his fifth win of the season with a 33-save performance. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (3) vs OHA Edmonton (2) U17 Prep

Okanagan Hockey Academy scored two goals in 37-seconds with tallies from Riley Kelly and Dekkam Dallas to lead 2-0 in the first period. However, Cole King answered for Prairie Hockey Academy scoring the next three goals in the game, to register a natural hat-trick and give his team the lead. Luke McKechnie shut the door in the third period, enroute to a 25-save effort. 

North Shore Warriors (1) vs RHA Kelowna (7) U15

RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna picked up their first win of the season with a big offensive performance. Kesler Hamilton recorded a hat-trick, scoring three times for RHA, while Brady Olson added two goals and an assist in the contest. Cohen Fowler turned aside 19 of 20 shots he faced in net, with the lone North Shore Warriors goal scored by Kaustav Pradeep. 

South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (1) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 Female (2) U18 Prep

The first period was scoreless, but in the second South Alberta Hockey Academy took the lead with a goal from Maddison Andrew. Northern Alberta Xtreme would answer in the final frame, with two third period goals. Reanna Loberg scored to tie the game 1-1, and Paige Ring would score the go-ahead goal in the final minutes to win it for NAX.

Delta Hockey Academy (5) vs North Shore Warriors (2) U16 Prep

Delta Hockey Academy scored three times in the first period with goals from Adam Clauzel, Brett Woodard, and Luke Sowpal. Blake Medalla and Gavin Huynh responded for North Shore in the game, but add-on goals from Nicholas Campbell and Chayton Basanti (EN) put the game out of reach, giving Delta the win.

Notre Dame (1) vs Edge School (5)  U17 Prep

Edge School remains unbeaten in regulation this season with the win over Notre Dame. Ben Binder-Nord led the offence for Edge, with a goal and three assists in the game. Adam M’Hamed and Owen Mastroianni both scored to round it out for Edge School. Carter Graw scored the lone goal for the Hounds, as Gabe Bergeron turned aside 24 shots in goal to record the win for Edge. 

Yale Hockey Academy (8) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep

Savin Virk scored three goals to record the hat-trick for Yale Hockey Academy, Ben Kindel had a four-point night with a goal and three assists, while Chase Valliant had two goals and a helper for YHA. Connor Schmidt scored twice in response for Okanagan Hockey Academy.

BWC Academy (5) vs St. George’s School (7) U15

It was a high-scoring affair between St. George’s School and BWC Academy on Saturday night. Jonathan Beraldin scored three goals for the hat-trick and added an assist, while Jayan Sinha had a five-point night with a goal and four assists in the contest. On the other side, Ryan Fox picked up a pair of goals and a pair of assists for BWC Academy.

St. George’s School (2) vs BWC Academy (4) U18 Prep

BWC Academy scored twice in the first period, getting goals from Carter Lundie and Liam Payne to lead it 2-0 at the intermission. In the second period, Louie Sim would cut into the lead for St. George’s School to make it 2-1, but a powerplay tally from Liam Payne restored the two-goal advantage for BWC Academy. Both teams traded goals in the third period, but Aidan Fischer turned aside 23 of 25 shots to pick up the win between the pipes.

Indigenous Sports Academy (1)  vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (7) U17 Prep

Indigenous Sports Academy got on the board first, with a goal from Sage Roberts. However, seven unanswered goals from Northern Alberta Xtreme made the difference in the game. Eric Giesbrecht scored twice and added an assist for NAX, Luke Powell potted a pair, and Lukas Kaplan had a three-point effort with a goal and two assists. Ryan Grout made 12-saves to record the win for NAX.

BWC Academy (5)  vs North Shore Warriors (2) U15 Prep

Gianni Bosa set the tone early for BWC Academy, scoring in the first minute of the game and he would add another for two in the contest, while Kai Anderson and Oleksii (Alex) Zhekov added to the lead in the second period. In net, Cole Dowling turned aside 16 shots to earn the victory for BWC Academy.