Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (2) at International Hockey Academy (6) U17 Prep
International Hockey Academy directed 54 shots towards the net, putting six goals on the board to defeat Pilot Mound Academy, en route to their first win of the season. Riley Madden (2G) scored twice and Kaelan Bodnarchuk (3A) had a three-point performance for IHA, while Trey Schofield (1G,1A) scored the game winning goal. Todd Hiscock turned aside 34 of 36 shots to register his first win between the pipes.
Delta Hockey Academy U18 (2) at Shawnigan Lake School U18 (3) Female Prep
Overtime was needed between Shawnigan Lake School and Delta Hockey Academy following a closely contested sixty minutes of play. Jordan Baxter scored both goals for Delta in the game, and Arnica Bulmer had two goals of her own for Shawnigan Lake School, including the overtime winner. Susanna Pilchak made 30 saves in the victory and has now won her last three starts.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (1) at Delta Hockey Academy (6) U16 Prep
Morgan Clark (1G,2A) had a three-point game and scored the game-winning goal, while Brogan McNeil (2G) added a pair of goals for Delta Hockey Academy, who won their tenth game of the season. Brayden Burrows faced 34 shots, stopping 33 of them to pick up his fifth win of the year for Delta. Nicholas Scott scored a quick goal, just ten seconds into the second period, to register the lone goal for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (1) at RINK Winnipeg U18 (4) Female Prep
RINK Winnipeg improved to (7-1-0-1) on the season with a win over Pilot Mound Hockey Academy on Sunday. Katy Lacosse got the Buffaloes on the board at 6:59 of the first period, scoring her fifth goal of the season, but that was all the offense they could muster on this day. Kaeleigh Kachmarski, Breigh Rank, Glory Plett and Kate Nechwediuk all hit the scoresheet, scoring goals for RINK Winnipeg.
BWC Academy (6) at Shawnigan Lake School (3) U15 Prep
Jack Bakker now has 14 goals in his last 11 games following a two-goal performance for BWC Academy. The power-play was effective for Shawnigan Lake School in the game, as they capitalized two times on three attempts with goals by Kaeden Kalkat and Dylan Patterson. Noah Sinagowitz (4-0-0-1) remains undefeated in regulation, picking up his fourth win on the season with a 23-save performance.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (5) at OHA Edmonton (3) U18 Prep
Zack Zahara won his fifth game in net helping South Alberta Hockey Academy improve to (11-3-0) on the season. Elias Eisenbarth (2G,1A) led the way offensively for South Alberta Hockey Academy with three points in the game, including a shorthanded tally and an assist on the game-winning goal from Sammy Hynes at 1:46 of the third period.
OHA Edmonton (2) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (7) U16 Prep
Northern Alberta Xtreme (12-3-0) outshot OHA Edmonton 36-13 in the game, as they won their twelfth win of the season. Owen Berge (3G) and Jason Huang (3G) each registered hat-tricks, while Luke Davies (1G,1A), Kayden Longley (2A) and Brock Souch (3A) added multi-point efforts for NAX. Spencer Michnik wasn’t overly tested in net, making 11 saves on 13 shots for his fifth win of the year.
RINK Winnipeg (5) at Notre Dame (2) U16 Prep
RHA Winnipeg jumped out to a 3-0 lead thanks to goals from Rhett Perrin, Gavin Nemis and Bryce Bryant. But Taye Shukin and Finn Carlstedt (1G,1A) scored 44 seconds apart for Notre Dame to bring them within one heading into the final frame. That was as close as they would get as RHA Winnipeg added two late goals, including an Owen Warnick empty netter, to earn a 5-2 win. Spencer Hunnam was credited with the win for RHA Winnipeg.
Delta Hockey Academy (5) at St. George’s School (1) U17 Prep
Delta outshot St. George’s 45-22 as they remained undefeated with a 5-1 win. Miguel Marques (2G,2A) and Jordan Gavin (1G,2A) led all Delta skaters in points. Michael Gallant (2A) and Tomas Mrsic (1G,1A) each tallied multi point games for Delta. Reece Liu scored the lone St. George’s goal. Darian Moberly made 21 saves in his seventh win of the year.
Notre Dame (5) at Edge School (4) U17 Prep
In a battle of teams with just one loss each on the season, it was Notre Dame who came out on top in a 5-4 win. Tied at two heading into the third, Brendan Calahasen (1G,3A) would give Edge the lead 3:19 into the third. But Aaron Shanks would tie the game just 12 seconds later and Nicolas Karczmiarz (1G,1A) would score 39 seconds after that to give Notre Dame the lead. That lead was short lived as James Deegan (1G,1A) would score 38 seconds later to tie it, making it two goals for each team in a span of 1:29. With just over 10 minutes remaining, Gabriel Bugeaud would tally his fifth goal of the year to earn Notre Dame a 5-4 win. Josh Muir made 50 saves to record his seventh win of the season.
Delta Hockey Academy (6) at Shawnigan Lake School (4) U18 Prep
Down 3-2 heading into the third period, Delta scored four goals in the final 20 minutes to earn a 6-4 win. Liam Bridger would score with 43 seconds left to bring Shawnigan within one, but Jerome Maharaj’s (1G,4A) goal 42 seconds earlier proved to be the difference, while a Bailey Ewonus empty netter with 13 seconds left seeled the deal. Harrison Meneghin made 49 saves in the win.
West Van Academy (2) at Delta Hockey Academy (10) U15
Delta scored 10 goals, including 5 in the third period, outshooting West Van 45-16 in the 10-2 win. Avraham Brown (3G,1A) paced the Delta offence, scoring a hattrick and adding one assist. Anthony Drover (2G,1A) and Jordan Nguyen (2G) each scored twice, while Taran Biring (1G,2A) recorded three points. Nathan Barclay and Nathan Gray each added two assists in the win. Suhaan Nagra and Max Saar scored for West Van in the loss.
West Van Academy (1) at BWC Academy (2) U16 Prep
Rolan Amin (1G,1A) would score an unassisted goal just 1:13 into the first period to give BWC Academy an early lead. Jake Phillips-Watts would score the eventual game winner 6:50 into the second, extending the BWC Academy advantage. Robbie Corea would score his first of the season with 2:35 remaining in the second, but West Van was unable to mount a comeback, finishing the game outshot 38-22. Josh Vallee earned the win for BWC Academy while Dwayne-Paul Cruz picked up the loss for West Van.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) at RINK Kelowna (5) U16 Prep
OHA took a 1-0 lead 3:05 into the game thanks to Gareth Ovans second goal of the year, but Callas Pierce (1G,1A) tied the game just 33 seconds later. OHA would again take the lead, this time on a Jaeger Dostal goal, less than two minutes after Pierce had tied it. RHA Kelowna would again tie it when Hunter Laing scored his 11th goal of the season. Owen Wilkinson would score four minutes later to give RHA Kelowna their first and only lead of the game they would need in a 5-2 win. Zhenya Miles scored the lone goal in the second period and Ryan Richardson scored for RHA Kelowna in the third. Preston Patenaude made 28 saves in the win.