November 27, 2021
Mount Academy U16 (5) at CIH U17 (2) Eastern
A three goal first period was the difference for Mount Academy in a 5-2 win. Dawson Grandy, Brady Burke (1G,1A) and Michael Arsenault all scored for Mount in the first period. Jack Pollock would score for CIH early in the second but Alexandre Lavoie (1G,2A) would restore the Mount three goal lead less than two minutes later. CIH would again get things started to open the third, this time on a goal from Lukas Plank, but Blake Manders would score with just four seconds left to clinch the Mount victory. Rylan Aiken made 22 saves to earn the victory.
Shawnigan Lake School (4) at Delta Hockey Academy Green (12) U15 Prep
Delta outshoot Shawnigan 57-22 enroute to a 12-4 victory Saturday morning in Calgary. Dane Pyatt would score a hattrick while Jackson DeGraves (2G,2A), Ryan Lin (4A) and Jakob Oreskovic (2G,2A) led the team in scoring with four points a piece. Marco DePedrina (1G,2A), Zachary Pantelakis (1G,2A) and Will Shepard (1G,2A) all had three points, while Mitchell Pearce made 18 saves in the win. Kaeden Kalkat (1G,1A), Brandon Kendall, Cole Mekelberg and Brendyn Van Oene (1G,1A) all scored for Shawnigan.
International Hockey Academy (3) at Notre Dame (7) U18 Prep
Notre Dame held leads of 3-0 after 20 and 5-1 after 40 on the way to a 7-3 victory over IHA. Thomas Lefebvre (1G,2A) and Aaron Shanks (1G,2A) led the Notre Dame offence with three points while Wyatt Sorken (2G) scored twice and Walter Pedersen (1G,1A) and Jacob Simpson (1G,1A) each had a goal and an assist. Tyson Endall made 34 saves and recorded an assist in the win. Carson Devine (2G) and Connor Groves (1G,1A) scored the lone goals for IHA. Kyle Federico tallied two assists in the loss.
Bourget U18 (2) at Mount Academy U18 #2 (5) Eastern
Frederic Pinel (1G,2A) would score 32 seconds into the game and Charles Boily would score with 37 seconds left in the first as Mount Academy held a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes. Jordan Waite and Thomas Marsan would each score for Bourget in the first nine minutes of the second to tie the game, but a late second period goal by Justin Roux (1G,1A) would regain the Mount lead. Julian Kaser (1G,1A) would score his first of the year early in the third and Owen Underhill (1G,1A) would score an empty netter with nine seconds left to seel the deal for Mount. Michael-Anthony Ramsay would make 28 saves in the win.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (1) at St. Mary’s U18 (7) Female Prep
St. Mary’s scored five straight opening goals, including three in a span of three minutes, as they defeated Pilot Mound 7-1. St. Mary’s would outshoot PMHA 37-16 with Mia Faseruk (2G,1A) and Tyla Turnbull (2G,1A) each scoring twice and tallying an assist. Charlotte Buffie (2A) and Miikka Hanson (2A) each recorded two assists and Hannah Dennehy (1G,1A) scored her sixth of the season with just one second left. Morgan Settee scored the lone Pilot Mound goal.
Delta Hockey Academy U17 (2) at Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (5) Female Prep
In a game that saw just 34 shots fired on net the two teams combined for 7 goals in a 5-2 OHA win. Avery Wilson scored the lone first period goal and Kennedy Sisson (3G,1A) scored 13 seconds into the middle frame as OHA jumped out to a 2-0 lead. But Delta would respond with second period goals from Payton Finnie and Abigail Hamel to tie the game heading into the final period. The final 20 was all OHA as Sisson’s would score her second and third goals of the game and Emily Gerdevich would score with just 51 seconds left to assure the OHA victory. Jiya Deol (3A) and Danica Maynard (2A) each had multi point games in the win.
St. George’s (3) at Edge School (10) U15 Prep
Edge raced out to a 2-0 lead thanks to goals from Cash Koch (2G) and Noah Degenstein (1G,4A), but Trace Frieden (2G,1A) brought St. George’s within one late in the first period. The turning point in the game was a Jungsoo Park (22/25) save on a St.George’s penalty shot just 38 seconds into the second period. Edge would go on to score six straight goals, including four in the middle period, as they defeated St. George’s 10-3. Nathan Behm (3G,1A) tallied a hattrick for Edge, who outshot St. George’s 54-25 in the win.
OHA Edmonton (4/OT) at RINK Winnipeg (3) U16 Prep
It was a tale of two halves as RHA Winnipeg would hold a 3-0 lead after 40, but OHA Edmonton would claw back with three third period goals to force overtime. Gavin Nemis (2G) would get the games first two goals, scoring 58 seconds into the first and 3:15 into the second. Landen Sitarz would score 10 minutes after the second Nemis goal to extend the RHA Winnipeg lead to three. But Austin Robinson, Bowen Grycan, and Ty Gordon would all score in a four minute span near the end of the third to tie the game and force OT. In overtime Spencer Brazel would score his sixth of the season, 2:07 into the extra frame to give OHA Edmonton the win. Cael Charlton would make 32 saves in the win, while Ethan Simcoe made 44, including 20 in the first period, for RHA Winnipeg in the loss.
Delta Hockey Academy Black (7) at Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (4) U15 Prep
Delta went 3-4 on the power play and outshot Pilot Mound 42-28 as they picked up their fifth win of the season. Grayson Salmon (2G,3A) and defenseman Gage Sutherland (2G,1A) exchanged goals as the two teams ended the first period tied at one. Cole Brown (3G,1A) would score twice in the second for Delta, while Sutherland would score his second of the game for Pilot Mound. Adam Kelly would tie the game 1:07 into the third period before Brown’s third of the game would give Delta 4-3 advantage. Liam Chartrand (1G,2A) would bring PMHA even once again just minutes later, before Delta would score three straight in the final 10 to close out the game. Nickolas Kovich (2G) would score the eventual game winner for Delta.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (7) at Prairie Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep
It was a back and forth first 40 minutes before NAX would outshoot Prairie 16-2 in the final 20, scoring 3 unanswered goals to earn a 7-4 win. Brennan Waterson (1G,1A) opened the scoring for PHA 3:40 in. But Jackson Amendt (3G) would score 56 seconds later to tie it, and Brandan Tronchin would score 28 seconds after that to give NAX a 2-1 lead. Reid Varkonyi (2G) would score 1:38 after the Tronchin goal to extend the lead, before Ethan Dekay scored for Prairie, closing out the period with NAX up 3-2. Amendt would score just 1:18 into the second to extend the lead to two, but Kieran Christianson (1G,1A) and Beau Helmeczi would score 24 seconds apart to even the game. But Amendt, Varkonyi and Eastyn Mannix would all score in a dominant NAX third period as they secured a 7-4 win.
Mount Academy U18 #1 (10) at Okanagan Hockey Ontario U18 (4) Eastern
Mount Academy would nearly double OHO in shots (65-33) in a 10-4 win. Isaac Tremblay (3G,4A) exploded for seven points in the win, bringing his season total to 22 in just 8 games. Marshall Keefe (2G,2A) finished with four points while Jacob Pelletier (1G,2A) and defenseman Jano Zambakdjian (1G,2A) each finished with a goal and an assist. Joshua Penney (1G,2A) led the way for OHO with Jack Kelly (1G,1A), Kaeden McArthur (1G,1) and Damiano Metastasio (2A) each having multi point games in the loss.
RINK Kelowna U18 (3) at Delta Hockey Academy U18 (0) Female Prep
Mia Kenmore opened the scoring with the game winning goal 24 seconds into the second period. Brooke Disher would extend the lead late in the second, and Emma Elders would score the lone third period goal. Margaux Favre made 17 saves to pick up the shutout. Hailey MacLeod made 22 saves in the loss for Delta.
Shawnigan Lake School U18 (5) at Edge School U18 (2) Female Prep
A three goal outburst in the second period proved to be the difference in a 5-2 Shawnigan win. After a scoreless first period, Mikayla Boarder (2G,3A) scored 35 seconds into the middle frame to give Shawnigan a lead. Jada Leung (2G,3A) and Abby Whitworth (1G,2A) would both score to extend the Shawnigan advantage heading into the final 20. Leung would score midway through the third to extend the lead before Jordan Blouin got Edge on the board 9:11 into the third. Boarder would score once again just 1:01 later putting the game out of reach. Hailey Jackson would score a late consolation goal in the loss. Susanna Pilchak made 36 saves in the win.
RINK Kelowna (9) at Prairie Hockey Academy (3) U15 Prep
Cameron Beisal made 81 saves, including 39 in the third period, but his stellar performance wasn’t enough as RHA Kelowna defeated Prairie 9-3. Kadon McCann (3G,1A) and Cameron Schmidt (3G,2A) each recorded a hattrick and Max Finley (2G) recorded two goals in the win. Joe Iginla (3A), Callum Stone (3A) and Dylan Ruff (2A) all tallied multiple assists for RHA Kelowna. Noah Thul (2G) and Kanyan Unger scored for PHA.
West Van Academy (0) at OHA Edmonton (9) U15 Prep
OHA Edmonton went 1-1 on the powerplay, directed 63 shots at the West Van net, and scored seven of their nine goals in the first period. Landen McFadden (3G,1A) picked up a hattrick while Lucas Knorr (2G,1A) and Andrew Thomson (2G) each scored twice. Eastyn Dimond (2A), Julien Maze (2A), Matt Paranych (3A), Marcus Sadovia (2A) and Nolan Schmidt (2A) all tallied multiple assists in the game. Connor Knorr made 20 saves to earn the shutout, and first win of the season.
Mount Academy U16 (3) at Ontario Hockey Academy U17 (0) Eastern
Dawson Grandy’s seventh goal of the season 3:53 into the game proved to be the difference as Rylan Benner would make 36 saves in the shutout victory. Owen MacPherson scored 13:30 into the first and Alexandre Lavoie added a goal late in the third to round out the scoring for Mount Academy, who won their second game of the day. Alexis Sabourin stopped 27 of 30 shots for Ontario Hockey Academy in the loss.
Okanagan Hockey Academy Black (5) at RINK Kelowna (6) U17 Prep
Okanagan Hockey Academy Black and RINK Kelowna were tied 3-3 headed into the third period after what was a back-and-forth affair through forty minutes of play. William Jamieson found the back of the net just 0:44 seconds into the final frame, and he did so again at the 6:57 mark to give Okanagan Hockey Academy Black a two-goal lead. However, consecutive powerplay goals from John McElmurry (8:12) and Parker McDonald (12:36) evened up the score for RINK Kelowna, and Reegan Kominko scored the game-winner at 17:36 to complete the comeback.
Yale Hockey Academy (10) at Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep
Nine different players scored goals for Yale Hockey Academy as they doubled up Pacific Coast Hockey Academy on Saturday afternoon. Nolan Viesner (2G,1A) tallied twice on the powerplay, including scoring the game-winning goal, and Jordan Keller (1G,3A) had a four-point performance for Yale. Carter Capton (4-1-0) has won his last three starts in net for Yale Hockey Academy, making 23 saves for the win.
OHA Edmonton (1) at RINK Winnipeg (2) U18 Prep
London Hoilett opened the scoring with his ninth goal of the season and Merrek Arpin notched the go-ahead goal late in the third period for RINK Winnipeg, who recorded their eleventh win of the season (11-4-0-2). Jackson McLeod (6-0-0-2) stopped 28 shots to pick up his sixth win and has yet to lose in regulation for RINK Winnipeg. Ben Taschuk scored the lone goal for OHA Edmonton in the loss.
Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (1 SO) at Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (0) Female Prep
It was a goaltending duel between Scout Anderson (34/34) and Erika Lind (35/35) who both stopped every shot they faced in regulation for their respective teams. It stayed scoreless through overtime, forcing a shootout, where Anderson would deny all three shooters from NAX to earn the win for Okanagan Hockey Academy. Julia Drake scored the shootout winner for OHA, which was the only goal scored in the shootout.
RINK Winnipeg U18 (1) at South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (2) Female Prep
Téa Pearce put the puck in the net with one second remaining in the first period to give South Alberta Hockey Academy the lead after twenty minutes. Keara Parker would tie the game for RINK Winnipeg in the second period, scoring her tenth goal of the season, but in the third period Riley Gramlich would score the go-ahead goal for SAHA who held on for the win. Maddy Ferguson stopped 20 of 21 shots to register her first win of the season in net.
Scotiabank Showcase BWC Academy (7) at Yale Hockey Academy (5) U15
BWC Academy improved to (13-2-1) on the season with a win against Yale Hockey Academy. Both Jaiven Mann (3G,1A) and Ty Bonkowski (3G) registered hat-tricks, while Noah Frick (4A) had a four-point night for BWC Academy. Samuel Bastien (7-0-1) was tested often in net, making 40 saves on 45 shots to pick up his seventh-straight win between the pipes.
Yale Hockey Academy (6) at RINK Winnipeg (3) U15 Prep
Yale Hockey Academy remains unbeaten in regulation (11-0-1) picking up their eleventh win of the season against RINK Winnipeg. Will Sharpe (2G,1A) scored twice and added an assist, while Jordan Martin (4A) and Tommy Lafreniere (3A) had multi-assist efforts for Yale. Nate Stevens (4-0-1) earned his fourth win of the season turning aside 23 of 26 shots he faced.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) at Notre Dame (3) U16 Prep
Northern Alberta Xtreme outshot Notre Dame 55-27 in the game, scoring four times to improve to (13-3-0) on the season. The game was tied 1-1 heading into the third period when Jason Huang and Dylan Roland scored to give NAX the advantage. Not to be outdone, however, Notre Dame would respond with two quick strikes from Finn Carlstedt and Ethan Sautner to tie the game 3-3 midway through the frame, but Luke Davies would give NAX the advantage, scoring the eventual game-winner at 16:53; his twelfth goal of the year.
RINK Kelowna (3) at Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) U18 Prep
The game was all tied up through forty minutes of play, as Nolan Bowsher (1G,1A) and Brett Calhoon (1G,1A) scored for Okanagan Hockey Academy, while Seth Tansem (PP) and Kai Adano found the back of the net for RINK Kelowna. In the third period, Samuel (Brodie) Pearson would score a powerplay goal at 11:47 which would hold up as the game winner, as RHA Kelowna improves to (7-3-0) on the season.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (4) at Notre Dame (0) U15 Prep
Defenseman Colton Alain (3G,1A) was involved in all four goals for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy, registering a hatrick and adding an assist, while Noah Kosick (3A) had a three-point effort in the win. Chayse Johnson (7-2-0) stopped all 20 shots he faced, picking up his second shutout of the season and his seventh win.
Mount U18 #2 (6 OT) at CIH U18 Prep (5) Eastern
Special teams were on full display for Mount Academy early in the game, with a powerplay goal from Landon Fraser and two short-handed tallies from Justin Roux and Maxence Gendron. CIH Academy was trailing 4-1 midway through the game, but battled back multiple times to tie the game and force overtime. In the extra frame, Frederic Pinel (2G) took a pass from Justin Roux (1G,1A) and deposited the puck into the back of the net to award Mount Academy the OT decision.
Edge School (2 SO) at South Alberta Hockey Academy (1) U18 Prep
Dylan Kinch scored his eleventh goal of the season in the first period giving Edge School the early lead in the game. Edge carried a one-goal lead into the third period, when Grady Hauk scored unassisted (1:54) to tie the game for South Alberta Hockey Academy. The game was tied at the end of regulation and, after a scoreless overtime, a shootout was needed to determine a winner. The eighth shooter for Edge, Eric Jamieson, scored a highlight-reel goal to win the game for Edge, who improved to (13-1-1) on the season.
Scotiabank Showcase Delta Hockey Academy (6) at West Van Academy (3) U15
Delta Hockey Academy scored three goals in the first period, from Drezden Bertsch, Taran Biring (2G,1A) and Anthony Drover, and kept the lead throughout the game, enroute to their seventh win of the season. Otto Spofforth and Suhaan Nagra scored for West Van Academy, who converted twice on the powerplay (2/2) in the loss.
Edge School (5) at Okanagan Hockey Academy (6) U15 Prep
Okanagan Hockey Academy scored four times in the first period and added two tallies in the final frame to win a tight game against Edge School. Edge battled back from a three-goal deficit to tie the game after forty minutes of play, but a late third period goal from Jhett Wheeler was ultimately the difference for OHA. Presley Kerner (1G,3A) had a four-point night, while Charlie Grant (2G,1A) scored twice and added an assist for Okanagan Hockey Academy. Despite the loss, Cash Koch (3A) extended his scoring streak to seven games with a three-point effort for Edge School.
BWC Academy (0) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (3) U15 Prep
Liam Bursaw scored his second goal of the season for Northern Alberta Xtreme at 10:08 of the second period, which held up as the game-winning goal. Torretto Marrelli added an insurance marker in the third period and Cole Reschny scored his 16th goal of the season into the empty net to seal it for NAX. Ryan Grout made 17-saves to pick up his seventh win in as many starts, and his first shutout of the season.
Edge School (11) at Prairie Hockey Academy (2) U17 Prep
Edge School put on an offensive clinic against Prairie Hockey Academy, outshooting them 46-26 in the game, and putting eleven goals on the board in total. Ashton Gallagher (3G,2A) registered a hat-trick and five points, while both Jeremy Ahn (1G,5A) and Jettson Koch (1G,5A) both had six-point performances for Edge School. Gabe Beregeron (5-1-0) earned his fifth win of the season, stopping 24 of 26 shots.