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GAME DAY RECAP: November 27, 22

King Heights Academy U18 (2) vs Bourget College U18 (10) Eastern U18

Bourget College hit double digits on the scoreboard against King Heights Academy on Sunday, firing 76 total shots on net. Three players registered four-point games for Bourget College; Laurent Morin had four assists, while Loik Leduc and Samuel Frechette each tallied two goals and added two assists. 

Delta Hockey Academy Black (1) vs St. George’s School (12) U15 Prep

St. George’s School picked up their 10th win of the season on Sunday, with a lopsided victory over Delta Hockey Academy Black. All but one Saints skater registered at least a point in the game. Leading the way, Eli Barrett had a six-point performance with three goals and three assists, Kanjyu Gosjic added a hat-trick of his own, with three goals and a helper, Harshaan Kaila scored twice and added an assist. Eric Tu stopped 29-shots to earn his seventh win between the pipes this season for St. George’s School. 

Edge School U18 (1) vs RHA Winnipeg U18 Female (2) U18 Prep

Hudson Bradley and Zoe Kramer scored to give RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg a 2-0 lead headed into the third period. Kramer’s fourth goal of the season would hold up as the game-winner. Brooklyn Deck scored her eighth goal of the season for Edge, late in the third period, but Edge School would fall short on Sunday.

International Hockey Academy (1) vs St. George’s School (5) U18 Prep

St. George’s School outshot International Hockey Academy 40-31 in the contest. Connor Pankratz had two goals in the game, Zach Zapanta added a goal and an assist, so too did BEn Sutton. The lone goal scored by International Hockey Academy came off the stick of Patrick Mitchell, his second goal of the year. Jaiden Sharma made 30-saves to register his first win between the pipes this season for the Saints.

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (0) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep

Ben Delisi recorded his second shutout of the season with a 22-save effort between the pipes for Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy. Kaiden Jackson scored a pair of goals, Lance Insko had a goal and an assist, as did Ripley Garden, who scored and added a helper in the win.

Northern Alberta Xtreme (5) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (0) U17 Prep

Northern Alberta Xtreme improved to 14-1-0 on the season with a win over Prairie Hockey Academy. Jordan Switzer turned aside all 34-shots he faced in net to record the victory, his ninth-straight win for NAX. Lukas Kaplan scored twice, Jaxen Gauchier had three points with a goal and two assists, while Torretto Marrelli and Ben Deacon both scored to round it out.

RHA Kelowna (5/SO) vs BWC Academy (4) U16 Prep

Owen Downey scored the first goal of the game 2:10 in before Cullen Johnson got BWC Academy on the board with 26 seconds remaining in the period. The second period would see Riley Pederson (2G) score twice for RHA Kelowna, and Nathan Tomcheck (2G) respond with two of his own for BWC Academy. Christian Revel (1G, 1A) would score for BWC Academy 10 seconds into the third, but Luca Cupello (1G, 2A) would tie the game with five minutes remaining to eventually force a shootout. In the shootout Tristen Bailey and Cupello would each find the back of the net and Liam Russell (29/33) would stop two of the three BWC Academy shooters to give his team the win. 

Shawnigan Lake School (6 / SO) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (5) U15 Prep

It was a back-and-forth affair in this one. Pilot Mound Hockey Academy jumped out to a 4-1 lead after forty-minutes, but Shawnigan Lake School responded with four goals in the third period to tie the game 4-4. Carson Carels scored midway through the final frame to give PMHA the lead, but it was answered late in the game by Sidney Armstrong, tying the game and forcing extra time. OT solved nothing, but in the shootout, Armstrong scored to win it for Shawnigan Lake School. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (1) vs Delta Hockey Academy U18 Female (4) U18 Prep

Delta Hockey Academy outshot Okanagan Hockey Academy 49-11 in the game, lighting the lamp four times. Jordan Baxter scored her 17th goal of the season in the opening minute of the game and Anjali Simms scored in the first period, as well, to give Delta the 2-0 lead. Vanessa Schaefer and Molly Cole both converted powerplay tallies in the second period to give Delta a healthy lead. The lone goal for Okanagan Hockey Academy was scored by Jaida Powell.

CIH Academy U18 (3) vs Okanagan Hockey Ontario U18 (2) Eastern U18

Danylo Tsybulskyi opened the scoring with his fourth goal of the season and Iserhoff Wynston led the way with two goals and an assist, including the game-winner, for CIH Academy. Jordan Laroda and Mavrik Boucher added goals in response for Okanagan Hockey Ontario, but it wasn’t enough in this one.

RHA Kelowna (9) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (3) U17 Prep

Logan Anderson (4G), Logan Flint (4A), Ryker Rougeau (2G, 2A), and Torin Thickson (2G, 2A) would all record four point games and Jovin Manhas (37/40) would make 37 saves as RHA Kelowna defeated CDA 9-3. Morgan Hackman (3A), and Ryan Richardson (3A) would each add three assists in the win. Donavin Bedard, Nolan Heuer and Riley Nadell would all score for CDA in the loss. 

OHA Edmonton (2) vs International Hockey Academy (3 / SO)U17 Prep

It was a close contest between International Hockey Academy and OHA Edmonton, with extra time required to decide a winner. Keanan Pearman and Aiden Petherick scored for OHAE while Kesar Deol and Samuel Laplante (PP) responded for IHA in regulation. Overtime would solve nothing, so both teams would head to a shootout where Noa Halat played the hero, scoring to win it for International Hockey Academy.

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) vs Delta Hockey Academy Green (6) U15 Prep

Six different goal scorers hit the scoresheet for Delta Hockey Academy Green in this one. Avraham Brown, Taran Biring, Ryder Dunn, Nathaniel Danielson, Joshua Lee and Lukas Lima all scored for Delta in the game. Dylan Karan turned aside 16 of 18 shots he faced to register the win between the pipes.

Delta Hockey Academy (4) vs RHA Winnipeg (1) U18 Prep

Bennett Muller, Brogan Mcneil (1G, 1A), Derek Thurston (1G, 1A) and Jaren Ashbee would score four unanswered goals for Delta, before Matthew Gard ended Brendan Gee’s (47/48) shutout bid with 6:12 left in the third. Burke Hood (32/36) was in net for RHA Winnipeg in the loss. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (4) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (1) U18 Prep

PHA would outshoot PCHA 47-32 but a 46 save performance by Koen Cleaver (46/47) would give PCHA a 4-1 win. Landon Mackie, Carter Degelman, Jace McFaul and Nick Scott all scored for PCHA, while Matty Healey scored the lone PHA goal. 

Shawnigan Lake School (6) vs St. George’s School (5) U17 Prep

Eliot Compton (2G, 1A) and Brendyn Van Oene (2G, 1A) would each score twice and add one assist, leading SLS to a 6-5 victory. Kori Belanger (1G, 1A), Hunter Morgan (1G, 1A), Thomas Rode (1G, 1A), Amadeo Sim (1G, 1A) and Aydan Wang (1G, 1A) each recorded a goal and an assist for St. George’s in the loss. Emmett Neitsch (34/39) stopped 34 shots in the win for Shawnigan Lake. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (1) vs RHA Winnipeg (9) U16 Prep

Connor Bear (1G, 2A), Carson Legault (1G, 2A) and Josh McGregor (3A) all recorded three points while Reece Gault (2G) scored twice as RHA Winnipeg defeated PHA 9-1. Brady Low (17/18) was in net for RHA Winnipeg in the win. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) vs Delta Hockey Academy (3/OT) U16 Prep

Kyle Mayenburg (1G, 1A) scored with 12 seconds remaining in the first and Bradley Schmidt scored the lone second period goal as the two teams entered the third tied at 1-1. Lyndon Tung would give OHA the lead 12:50 into the third but Lukas Kurtz would score less than two minutes later to tie the game. Jasper Fellbaum would be the OT hero for Delta, scoring just 34 seconds into the extra frame. Shay McVicker (33/35) would make 33 saves in the win as Delta was outshot 35-19. 

North Shore Warriors (7/SO) vs Notre Dame (6) U15 Prep

In an offensive slugfest Jake Bartlett (3A) would score in the eighth round of the shootout to give North Shore a 7-6 win over Notre Dame. Nic Collins (1G, 2A) and Lukas Hoff (2G, 1A) would each record three points in the victory. Daxton Endicott (3G) scored a hattrick for Notre Dame in the loss. 

Ontario Hockey Academy U17 Maroon (7) vs CIH U17 (4) Eastern U17

OHA would hold what would seem like a comfortable 4-0 lead heading into the third but four third period goals from CIH would make for an interesting final. OHA would respond with three third period goals of their own, led by four point nights from Brayden Besner (2G, 2A) and Tyler Hill (1G, 3A). Jacob Duff (31/35) was in net for OHA in the win. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (5) vs Delta Hockey Academy U17 (1) Female U18 Prep

Lily Zohner would score for Delta 26 seconds into the game as they held a 1-0 lead late into the second period. But OHA, who fired 34 shots at Jillian Matthews (29/34), would finally break through late in the second when Jordynne Hojnocki (1G, 2A) scored shorthanded to tie the game. The third belonged to OHA as Hailey Jackson, Julia Duke (2G) and Kismet Dogan (1G, 2A) would all score for OHA as they would go on to a 5-1 victory. 

BWC Academy (0) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) U15 Prep

NAX (14-0-0) would remain undefeated thanks to a 21 save shutout from Parker Snell (21/21). Knox Bendera (1G, 1A), Sawyer Dingman (1G, 1A), Brek Liske (1G, 1A) and Maddox Rose all scored for NAX in the 4-0 win. Cole Dowling (36/40) stopped 36 shots in the loss. 

Shawnigan Lake School (2) vs Edge School (4) U18 Prep

Edge would improve to 13-2-1 with a 4-2 win over Shawnigan Lake. Carter Klippenstein (1G, 2A) would get the scoring started with the lone first period goal before Sam Bailey and Marcello Giorgi would score in the second to give SLS their lone lead of the game. Terik Parascak, Fraser Leonard and Cash Koch would all respond for Edge, and Noah Davis (26/28) would pick up the win. 

RHA Kelowna (5/SO) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) U18 Prep

Jason Huang (1G, 1A) would score 1:30 into the game and Kayden Longley (1G, 1A) would add a shorthanded tally as NAX led 2-0 8:31 into the game. Joseph Melichar (3G, 1A) and Cameron Schmidt would rally off four straight goals for RHA Kelowna, before Walker Overwater would halt the run. Andrew Thomson would tie the game midway through the third to eventually force a shootout. Zhenya Miles would score the lone shootout goal and Evan Gardner (52/56) would stop all three NAX shooters to give RHA Kelowna a 5-4 win. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (1) vs North Shore Warriors (4) U16 Prep

Cameron Collins would open the scoring on the powerplay for NSW 4:22 into the first as his team held a 1-0 lead after 20. Reece Miyoshi would get PCHA on the board 3:24 into the second, but Brandin Cronin, Rowan Sandhu and Matteo Paradiso (1G, 2A) would all respond for NSW in the second. Beckham Brossard (30/31) would keep PCHA off the board the rest of the way as North Shore won 4-1. 

RHA Winnipeg (5) vs RHA Kelowna (6) U15 Prep

Joe Iginla (4G, 1A) would score just 41 seconds in and record his hattrick goal 15:24 into the game as RHA Kelowna held a 4-1 lead after 20. The second period would be more dominated by RHA Winnipeg, as River Arnason would eventually tie the game with 4:05 remaining in the second. But Brock Heidecker would score 58 seconds later and Calder Barry (28/33) would make 28 saves as RHA Kelowna won 6-5. 

BWC Academy (4) vs Yale Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep

Daniel Tong would open the scoring for BWC Academy but Alexandre Jacques would tie the game five minutes later. After a scoreless second, Will Shepard (1G, 1A) and Peyton Dorman (1G, 1A) would strike for BWC Academy, before Ashton Beriana would add an empty net goal to clinch the 4-1 win. Josh Vallee (36/37) was in net for BWC Academy in the win. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (8) vs Edge School (4) U15 Prep

Led by a five goal performance from Liam Ruck (5G), OHA would score the first seven goals of the game as they held a commanding lead. Edge would start the third period with four straight goals, but Ruck’s fifth goal of the game with less than four minutes remaining would secure the victory. Kadyn O’Brien (1G, 2A), Mathis Preston (2G, 2A), and Markus Ruck (3A) all played a big part as well in the win. Owen Cooper (1G, 2A) and Dylan Deets (3A) led the way offensively for Edge School 

North Shore Warriors (1) vs OHA Edmonton (3) U18 Prep

Dawson Cote opened the scoring for NSW with his sixth goal of the season midway through the first. Landen McFadden would tie the game nearing the end of the first before Harrison Boldt and Charlie Crump would find the back of the net to give OHA Edmonton the 3-1 win. 

South Alberta Hockey Academy (5) vs BWC Academy (6/SO) U18 Prep

SAHA scored the first three goals of the game before BWC Academy responded with five straight of their own. SAHA would tie the game in the third thanks to goals from Gavin McKenna (2G, 1A) and Matthew Paranych, but Ty Coupland would score the lone shootout goal and Massimo Urbani (38/43) would stop all three SAHA shooters as BWC Academy won 6-5. 

OHA Edmonton (5) vs Yale Hockey Academy (7) U15 Prep

Ethan Caruso (1G, 2A), Ben MacBeath (2G, 1A), Brayden Ryan-Mackay (2G, 1A), and Ryker Swanson (1G, 2A) would all record three points as Yale defeated OHA Edmonton 7-5. Kayden Lemire (2G, 1A) would have a three point game of his own for OHA Edmonton but Carson Lang (32/37) would stop 32 shots to give Yale the win.