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Game Day Recap – November 26, 2022

November 26, 2022

CIH Academy U18 (10) vs King Heights Academy U18 (1) Eastern U18

CIH outshot King Heights 107-17 en route to a 10-1 win Saturday morning. Iserhoff Wynston (3G, 2A) recorded a hattrick while Giovanni Mandruzzato (2G, 2A), and Jack Pollock (1G, 3A) each recorded four points in the win. Lukas Plank (2G, 1A) and Danylo Tsybulskyi (1G, 2A) also had big mornings for CIH. Thomas Samborski (16/17) was in net for the win. 

Notre Dame (6) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (1) U18 Prep

Walty Pedersen (1G, 1A) would score the lone first period goal for Notre Dame and T.J. Lefebvre (1G, 1A) would tie the game just 40 seconds into the second. But it was all Notre Dame the rest of the way as Max Jackson, Ryan Zabchuk (1G, 2A), Eric Mullen (1G, 1A), Alexis Hilaire-Pinot, and Nick Karczmiarz (1G, 1A) would all find the back of the net. Devin Degenstein (35/36) picked up the win, while Alex Illus (27/33) was in net for the loss. 

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) vs North Shore Warriors (6) U18 Prep

North Shore would score the first six goals of the game as Dawson Cote (2G, 2A) opened the scoring early in the first when he converted on a penalty shot. Wake Purdy, Ryan McAuley (1G, 1A), Harrison Owens and Grayden Ewing (1G, 1A) would all find the back of the net themselves, while Cote added another in the third period. Tyler Fairbairn ended the Oliver Read (25/26) shutout bid with just 3:57 remaining in the game. 

Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (3) vs Bourget College U18 (7) Eastern U18

Bourget would have seven different skaters find the net, Teddy Ecker (23/26) would make 23 saves, and Rafael Cloutier (3A) would lead all skaters with three points. Ethan Albert (1G, 1A), Samuel Frechette (1G, 1A) Loik Leduc, Gavin McLenaghan, Bradley Mills, and Marc-Antoine Riopel would be the goal scorers for Bourget College. Stevie Clarke, Kalum Gendron (1G, 1A), and Jett Jock (1G, 1A) would score for OHA. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (0) vs Delta Hockey Academy U17 (2) Female U18 Prep

Alix Walchuk (15/15) would earn her third shutout of the season and Ailee Cooper and Sadie Isfeld would each find the back of the net as Delta defeated OHA 2-0 Saturday morning. Jordan Tung (23/25) would make 23 saves in the loss. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (1) vs RHA Winnipeg (7) U16 Prep

RHA Winnipeg would outshoot PHA 55-15 but it was Henry Thunderblanket scoring the opening goal for PHA. RHA Winnipeg would then score seven goals in a row to secure the win. Kayden Turner (3G) would record a hattrick, both Carson Legault (3A) and Lincoln Ponce (3A) would record three assists, and Connor Bear (2G, 1A) would also record three points in the win. Brant Catellier (14/15) would record the win while Kale Gorski (48/55) was in net for the loss. 

Wenatchee Wild 18U (4) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (6) U18 Prep

Brendan Olson (1G, 1A) scored just 32 seconds in leading to OHA scoring four goals in the first 11:55 of the game. Zach Baumann (1G, 1A) would get one back late in the first and Logan Nagle (1G, 1A) would add another goal for Wenatchee with one second remaining in the second period. Emmett Nordin would extend the OHA lead early in the third before Luca Petroni (1G, 1A) and Eli Bailey would bring Wenatchee back within one. But an empty net goal by Stein Dostal (1G, 1A) would secure the OHA victory. 

OHA Edmonton (7) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (6) U15 Prep

A back and forth affair would see OHA Edmonton come out on top 7-6 over OHA. Kayden Lemire (2G, 1A) and Patrick Sopiarz (3A) paced the OHA Edmonton offence with Noah Kelly (2G) chipping in two goals. Markus Ruck (1G, 4A) led all skaters with five points while teammates Mathis Preston (2G, 1A) and Liam Ruck (3A) each had three point nights. Nathan Salisbury (22/28) picked up the win for OHA Edmonton. 

OHA Edmonton (2) vs Yale Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep

Aidan Ross scored the lone first period goal for Yale before a busy second saw Evan Smith (2G, 1A) score twice and Savin Virk also find the net for Yale. But goals from Landen McFadden and Joseph Krukowski would see the score at 4-2 entering the third. Chase Valliant (1G, 2A) would give Yale some breathing room just 21 seconds into the third, and Ethan Eskit (23/25) would shut the door the rest of the way. Luke Roberts (26/31) made 26 saves in the loss. 

Northern Alberta Xtreme (7) vs Notre Dame (1) U17 Prep

U15 affiliate netminder Cam Hoose (14/15) made 14 saves and NAX fired 73 shots at Logan Salamondra (66/73) as NAX defeated Notre Dame 7-1. Ben Deacon (2G) scored twice and Jaxen Gauchier (1G, 2A), Finn Kallay (1G, 2A) and Clarke Schaefer (1G, 2A) led the NAX offence with three points. Elliot Cantin scored the lone Notre Dame goal. 

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) vs St. George’s School (8) U15 Prep

SGS would score the first seven goals of the game before Brody Wytinck ended Eric Tu’s (24/25) shutout bid with 10:05 remaining in the third. Harshaan Kaila (2G, 1A) would get one more back for SGS to give his team an 8-1 win. Sam Auld (1G, 2A), Eli Barrett (2G, 3A), and Jayden Simpson (2G) paced the St. George’s offence. 

Edge School U18 (8) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (2) Female U18 Prep

Edge would go 3-5 on the powerplay and outshoot PMHA 60-22 en route to an 8-2 win. Jennifer Keller (2G), Sienna McClinchey (2G, 1A), and Kyla Mitenko (2G) would each score twice while Sophie Aspinall (2A) and Hannah Deck (2A) would each add two assists. Megs Thiessen (20/22) would make 20 saves, as Hailey Hojnocki (2G) would find the back of the net twice for PMHA. 

Ontario Hockey Academy Prep (6) vs Okanagan Hockey Ontario U18 (2) Eastern U18

Elliot Marois and Marc-Antoine Richard would score just over a minute apart as OHA grabbed an early 2-0 lead. Francesco Carlo Denti (1G, 1A) would get OHO on the board late in the first but a Kevins Petersons marker just 36 seconds later would restore the 2 goal advantage. Emil Obstfelder (1G, 1A) would bring OHO back within one late in the second but Laurent Desorcy-Dupont (1G, 1A) would add another tally late for OHA. The third would see Zachary Larocque (1G, 1A) and Aidan Brewer (1G, 1A) find the back of the net for OHA as they would skate to a 6-2 win. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (0) vs Delta Hockey Academy U18 (1) Female U18 Prep

In a goaltending battle it was Maisie Cope (16/16) who would come out victorious, stopping all 16 shots she faced to give Delta a 1-0 shutout win. London McDavid scored the game’s only goal late in the third, beating Farah Walker (30/31). 

Prairie Hockey Academy (6) vs Delta Hockey Academy (2) U18 Prep

After a scoreless first seven goals were scored in the second period, with Prairie scoring five of those as they grabbed a 5-2 lead heading into the third. A Caleb Lepitre goal in the third would guarantee the PHA win over Delta. Adam Belzil (1G, 2A) and Luke Cannon (2G, 1A) would lead the PHA offence, while Michael Malinowski (31/33) stopped all but two shots he faced. 

Northern Alberta Xtreme (3) vs RHA Kelowna (2) U15 Prep

In a tightly contested game, NAX (12-0-0) would remain undefeated on the season with a 3-2 win over RHA Kelowna (10-1-1. Defenceman Daxon Rudolph (2G) would score the first two goals of the game as NAX held a 2-0 lead after 20. Cruz Waltze would get RHA Kelowna on the board early in the second, before Knox Bendera (1G, 1A) would score the eventual game winner later in the period. Brody Gillespie would score midway through the third to bring his team within one, but Taylor Raynard (29/31) would stand tall the rest of the way. 

International Hockey Academy (5) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (6) U18 Prep

International Hockey Academy scored five goals on nine shots in the game but still came up short. Gavin Garland had a goal and two assists, Ty McKay scored twice and Max Sullivan added three helpers in the game for IHA. Pacific Coast Hockey Academy answered with a pair of goals from Landon Mackie, plus tallies from Nick Scott, Brendan Hall, Grady Slugget and Trace Anderson. 

Edge School (6) vs Yale Hockey Academy (0) U15 Prep

Edge School earned their 11th win of the season blanking Yale Hockey Academy on Saturday. Cruz Pavao had a four-point performance with a goal and three assists, while Brendan scored and added a pair of helpers, and Zach Olsen scored twice. Cole Prelusky made 28-saves to record the shutout, his eighth win of the season for Edge. 

BWC Academy (2) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) U16 Prep

BWC Academy got out to a two-goal lead thanks to goals from Mateo Prexler in the first period and Nicholas Drapack early in the second. However, three unanswered goals in response from Pacific Coast Hockey Academy proved to be the difference. Haydn Brooks cut into the lead on the powerplay and then Jed Lake scored two third period goals, including the game winner in the final minute of the third period.  

Delta Hockey Academy Black (1) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) U15 Prep

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy earned their first regulation win of the season in a close contest between Delta Hockey Academy Black. Madden Cruickshank opened the scoring for PCHA in the first period, but Hudson May tied the game in the second period with his second goal of the season. In the third period, Parson Shahi scored the go-ahead goal for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy. Joshua Nuttall turned aside 28 of 29 shots to register the win between the pipes.

RHA Winnipeg (5) vs St. George’s School (2)  U18 Prep

Owen Warnick had three goals, registering a hat-trick for RHA Winnipeg, while Joshua and Kostiuk and Peyton Pieczko had two-point nights. Bauer Kasdorf and Matthew Dewey each lit the lamp to round out the scoring for RHAW. Ethan Simcoe made 22-saves to pick up his ninth win of the season in net.

Notre Dame (0) vs Delta Hockey Academy Green (13) U15 Prep

Delta Hockey Academy Green fired 65-shots towards the Notre Dame net in this one, hitting double digits on the scoreboard. Nicholas Kovich led the way with two goals and an assist, while Nathaniel Danielson added three helpers. Suhaan Nagra and Ben Schmidt each scored two goals in the game for Delta. Ashton Thornton earned his 5th win of the season between the pipes, turning aside 15-shots to record the shutout.

Edge School (5) vs BWC Academy (2) U18 Prep

Edge School had a 3-0 lead in the second period thanks to goals from Nick Wright, Hayden Harsanyi and Keets Fawcett. However, BWC Academy would battle back, scoring in succession with goals from Brogan Pilgaard-Kennedy and Liam Payne, who tallied short-handed to make it 3-2. Carter Klippenstein would score the go-ahead goal midway through the second period for Edge, and Keets Fawcett added insurance in the third to seal it.

Shawnigan Lake School (1) vs St. George’s School (2) U17 Prep

Sachin Sidhu opened the scoring to give St. George’s School, who had a 1-0 lead after the first period. Shawnigan Lake School answered back in the second, with the tying goal from Brendan Van Oene. However, Charlie Weaver scored his third goal of the season midway through the period, which held up as the game winner. 

Delta Hockey Academy (5 / OT) vs RHA Kelowna (4) U16 Prep

Delta Hockey Academy picked up a gutsy overtime win against RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna. Luca Cupello scored twice in the first period for RHAK, including once on the powerplay, and added two more goals for a four-goal night. Delta had goals from Ryan Schill and Dalton Toma. Toma added three assists for a four-point game. Trailing by a goal in the third period, Jasper Fellbaum found the back of the net to tie the game 3-3, with overtime required. Delta Hockey Academy had a powerplay in overtime, and Noah Kettinga  played the hero, scoring to win it. 

OHA Edmonton (3) vs International Hockey Academy (0) U17 Prep

Max Stanton scored in the first period, Tyson Baschuk in the second and Riley Kelly in the third to round out the scoring. Corbin Sanderman earned the shutout, turning aside 34 shots for his third win of the season between the pipes.

RHA Winnipeg (1) vs BWC Academy (2) U15 Prep

Jaiven Mann opened the scoring for BWC Academy in the first period. Trystan Hunter would tie the game in the third period, scoring his seventh of the season. However, with less than three minutes left in the game and BWC Academy on the powerplay, Jake Banicevic lit the lamp for the eventual game-winner. 

South Alberta Hockey Academy (5) vs RHA Kelowna (4) U18 Prep

Ryan Miller opened the scoring for South Alberta Hockey Academy with his fifth of the season, on the powerplay but Reegan Kominko scored his tenth goal of the season to tie the game for RINK Hockey Academy. 1-1. Cole Balkovec scored with 0:45 seconds left in the period to give RINK Hockey Academy the 2-1 lead heading into the break.  However, Kolby Gapter, Noah Dziver, Brett Calhoon and Elias Eisenbarth scored for SAHA in the win. 

RHA Kelowna (8) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep

RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna earned their ninth win of the season against Coeur D’Alene Hockey Academy. Kelsen Podworny had a goal and three assists, Noah Smith scored twice and added a helper, Logan Flint scored twice and Jackson Roberts added three assists for RHAK. Thomas MacLean stopped 33 of 34 shots he faced for the win in net.

Northern Alberta Xtreme (7) vs Shawnigan Lake School (2) U18 Prep

Kayden Longley led the way with a goal and three assists, Jackson Bessette scored twice and added a helper, Kyle Marsden lit the lamp for Northern Alberta Xtreme. Dallas Earl scored both goals in response for Shawnigan Lake School in the loss.

North Shore Warriors (1) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) U16 Prep

The first period was scoreless in this one, with the opening goal scored by Brady Schmidt in the second period to give Okanagan Hockey Academy the lead. Tucker Robertson scored into the empty net to give OHA the lead, despite a powerplay goal from Lukas Jakubec to bring the score within one for North Shore. Niklaus Kotai made 39 saves for the win between the pipes for Okanagan Hockey Academy.