Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (2) at Bourget U18 (5) Eastern
David Rioux registered a hat-trick, including a shorthanded tally, while Émile Tremblay (1G,3A) and Jordan Waite (3A) had multi-point contributions for Bourget. Tremblay’s goal, which he scored just 0:22 seconds into the second period, was his 18th goal and 30th point in 20 games played this season. William Fortin (6-1-0) picked up his sixth win of the season, turning aside 41 of 43 Ontario Hockey Academy shots in the game.
Shawnigan Lake School (2) U18 at Delta Hockey Academy U18 (5) Female Prep
Tova Henderson scored in the opening period to give Delta Hockey Academy the lead, but Mikayla Boarder would respond in the second period for Shawnigan Lake, scoring her 14th of the season to tie the game 1-1. Jordan Baxter (2G) would regain the lead for Delta, scoring 0:22 seconds into the third period and again at 14:13, for her 13th goal of the season. Hailey MacLeod (5-2-0) earned her fifth win of the year, turning aside 26 of 28 shots for Delta.
RINK Winnipeg U18 (6) at Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (3) Female Prep
Keara Parker (2G,1A) scored her eleventh and twelfth goals of the season, finding the back of the net 0:53 seconds into the second period and again on the powerplay in the third period to help give RINK Winnipeg the advantage. Sara Kaziel would tie the game (3:42) for Northern Alberta Xtreme early in the final frame, but three unanswered goals from Billie Baranyk, Kaeleigh Kachmarski and Jordy Wyant would seal it for RINK Winnipeg.
Edge School U18 (0) at RINK Kelowna U18 (10) Female Prep
RINK Kelowna saw a 10-goal outburst against Edge School, outshooting them 47-23 in the process, to improve to (12-1-1) on the season. Brooke Disher (4G) led the way with a four-goal effort for RINK Kelowna, Mia Kenmore (3G,2A) had a five-point game including a hat-trick and Maya Serdachny (4A) added four assists. Madison Bowtell (7-0-1) made 23 saves to pick up her seventh win of the season and remains unbeaten in regulation.
St. George’s (10) at Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (2) U15 Prep
St. George’s fired 51 shots on the Pilot Mound Hockey Academy net, scoring ten times to win their third game of the season. Rui Han (3G,1A) had a hat-trick and an assist, Eli Barrett (1G,3A) had four points, while Ayden Wang (2G,1A) and Amadeo Sim (1G,2A) added multi-point efforts of their own. Austin Ball has won back-to-back starts between the pipes for St.George’s, turning aside 18 shots to register his third win of the campaign.
Notre Dame (1) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (11) U18 Prep
Northern Alberta Xtreme directed 71 shots towards the Notre Dame net, scoring 11 times to improve to (12-2-0-2) on the year. Teydon Trembecki (2G,4A) had a six-point game and Reid Varkonyi (3G,2A) added a hat-trick and two assists to help propel NAX to the win. Alexander Scheiwller (5-1-0-2) turned aside 18 of 19 shots he faced for his fifth win in net for Northern Alberta Xtreme.
CIH U17 (1) at Ontario Hockey Academy (4) U17 Eastern
Preston Tauter opened the scoring in the first period to put Okanagan Hockey Academy on the board, and Miro Belanger added his third goal of the season at 3:57 of the second period to extend the lead. Taylor Butt scored to cut into the lead to bring CIH Academy within a goal, but that was all the offense they would get. Louie White and Liam Wilde extended the lead in the third period as OHA registered their second win this season.
Shawnigan Lake School (2) at Okanagan Hockey Academy (6) U15 Prep
Okanagan Hockey Academy earned their 10th win of the year, outshooting Shawnigan Lake 58-17. Six different skaters scored goals for OHA, including Presley Kerner, who now has points in 10-straight games, scoring 8 goals and 10 assists in that span. Conner Nicolson has won his last three decisions between the pipes, making 15 saves to improve to (6-2-0-1) for Okanagan Hockey Academy.
OHA Edmonton (5) at RINK Winnipeg (1) U16 Prep
Ty Gordon (2G) scored twice for OHA Edmonton, while Bowen Grycan’s ninth goal of the season at 7:08 of the first period held up as the game-winning goal. RINK Winnipeg outshot OHA Edmonton 40-34 in the game, but goaltender Emmett Neitsch (5-1-0) made 39 saves to pick up his fifth win of the season.
South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (2 SO) at Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (1) Female Prep
Julia Drake scored her sixth goal of the season to put Okanagan Hockey Academy out front early (5:34), but with under three minutes to play in the first period Brianna Finke would score to tie the game (17:41) for South Alberta Hockey Academy. Both goaltenders were sharp in this one, as Scout Anderson stopped 36 of 37 shots she faced and Maddy Ferguson turned aside 33 of 34 to force extra time. Overtime solved nothing, so a shootout was required, where the fifth round shooter, Janaya Laqua scored to win the game for South Alberta Academy.
Delta Hockey Academy U17 (1) at St. Mary’s U18 (5) Female Prep
St.Mary’s Academy scored five unanswered goals in the game, from Lexi Schimnowski, Reese Chuback (SH), Mia Faseruk, Miika Hanson and Hannah Dennehy (PP); outshooting Delta Hockey Academy 40-21 in the game. Jordyn Espenell (3-3-0) made 20 saves in net for her third win, while London McDavid scored the lone goal for Delta Hockey Academy.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (0) at Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (6) Female Prep
Avery Wilson had a pair of goals in the third period, including one on the powerplay, to cap off a solid offensive outing for Okanagan Hockey Academy. Madison Mahovlich (1G,1A) scored her third goal of the season at 5:11 of the second period, which held up as the game-winner. Pilot Mound Hockey Academy couldn’t solve OHA goaltender, Magdalena Luggin, who stopped all 17 shots she faced to register her third shutout in her last seven starts.
Edge School (2) at Prairie Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep
Edge School improved to (10-2-0) on the season with a tight win over Prairie Hockey Academy. Jesse Pope picked up the win for Edge making 18 saves between the pipes, but credit also goes to Silas Currie, who faced 50 shots and stopped 48 of them to keep the game close for PHA. Bryan Kim scored his tenth goal of the season at 4:35 of the third period, which proved to be the game-winning goal for Edge.
Delta Hockey Academy Black (5) at OHA Edmonton (7) U15 Prep
OHA Edmonton scored three power play goals and took advantage of a 4-0 second period to defeat Delta 7-5. Delta scored three in the third but the comeback fell up short as Ty Swanson made 27 saves for OHA Edmonton. Landen McFadden (3G,1A) led the way for OHA Edmonton recording a hattrick, giving him 17 goals in 9 games this season. Julien Maze (1G,1A), Gavyn Poyser (2A), and Hunter Yee (2A) all had multi point games for OHA Edmonton. Five different skaters scored for Delta in the loss.
Prairie Hockey Academy (3) at OHA Edmonton (6) U18 Prep
Ben Henshall (3G) scored 31 seconds into the game and Zane Saab (1G,1A) scored with 37 seconds left in the first as OHA Edmonton grabbed a 2-0 lead heading into the first intermission. Corbin Pinch would extend the lead before Cole Thomas got PHA on the board 9:44 into the second. Jaden Beauchamp would respond two minutes later for OHA Edmonton to extend the lead, though Ian George brough PHA back within two just minutes later. A late Henshall goal would give OHA Edmonton a 5-2 lead heading into the third. Henshall would complete the hattrick on a shorthanded goal assisted by Hunter St. Martin (3A) and Beau Helmeczi (1G,1A) would score a late shorthanded consolation goal for Prairie.
Edge School (1) at Delta Hockey Academy Green (5) U15 Prep
Delta outshot Edge 48-26 in a 5-1 win Sunday morning. Zachary Pantelakis scored his ninth goal of the season 2:49 into the game and Chase Harrington scored 12 minutes later to give Delta an early 2-0 lead. William Paterson would score the lone Edge goal just 23 seconds later to bring Edge within one heading into the break but Delta would score three straight second period goals to earn the win. Jackson DeGraves (2G,1A) would score twice in the second and Zephaniah Giam would score the Delta second period goals and Armaan Kaila made 25 saves in the win.
CIH U18 (5) at Bourget U17 (6/OT) Eastern
Both teams traded first period goals before CIH won the second period 3-1 to grab a 4-2 lead heading into the third. Isaac Allard extended the lead 3:57 into the third before Bourget scored three unanswered goals, including one with 54 seconds left, to force overtime. Marc-Antoine Riopel (2G,1A) scored his 14th of the season 2:57 into the extra frame to complete the Bourget comeback and give them a 6-5 OT win.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) at Notre Dame (0) U16 Prep
Ethan McCallum made 50 saves for Notre Dame but it wasn’t enough as NAX scored four times in a shutout victory. Ayden Probe scored the lone goal in the first 40 minutes as NAX held a 1-0 lead heading into the third. NAX was finally able to break through in the third as Brock Souch, Toby Simpkins and Owen Berge (1G,1A) all scored in the final 20. Spencer Michnik made 16 saves for the shutout victory.
RINK Winnipeg (3) at Edge School (5) U18 Prep
Edge held a 2-1 lead after one on goals from Dylan Kinch (2G,2A). Nick Johnson would extend the lead 26 seconds into the second period before RHA Winnipeg would get goals from Brett Kaiser and Tyson Vouriot to tie the game heading into the third. Carter Oakenfold (1G,1A) would score the eventual game winner 2:44 into the first and Shayne Tibbles (1G,3A) scored the empty net insurance marker with 1 second left.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (4) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (6) U15 Prep
Jack Toogood (2G,) and Hudson Closson (2G) each scored twice for their respective teams in the first period. Wyatt Danyleyko scored early in the second for PCHA before Liam Bursaw and Hayden Harsanyi (1G,1A) responded for NAX. Wyatt Blace (1G,1A) would tie the game late in the second. Reese Hamilton and Ryan Miller (1G,1A) would score for NAX in the third, in game they outshot PCHA 53-22, to claim a 6-4 victory.
Notre Dame (2) at BWC Academy (4) U15 Prep
Calvin Gustafson scored 7:43 into the first to give Notre Dame their lone lead of the game. Benjamin Kindel (1G,1A) and Adam Boatter (1G,1A) scored 40 seconds apart to give BWC Academy the lead heading into the second. Simon Ward would extend the lead with the only second period goal, before Kade McIvor (1G,1A) would score 2:05 into the third to bring Notre Dame within one. But Aiden Mukai would score with three seconds left to guarantee the BWC Academy win.
RINK Kelowna (0) at Okanagan Hockey Academy Black (3) U17 Prep
Adrian Stasiniak’s goal 37 seconds into the second period proved the difference as OHA defeated RHA Kelowna 3-0. William Jamieson (2G) scored twice in the third and Jacob Burnside made 21 saves to earn the shutout. Patrick Forsythe made 33 saves in the loss.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (7) at International Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep
SAHA outshot IHA 42-27 and went 3-5 on the power play in a 7-5 win. Elijah Anderson (1G,3A) and defenseman Ephram McNutt (2G,2A) led the way offensively for SAHA in the win while Cooper Prive made 22 saves. Carson Devine (1G,3A) and Ben Whitford (1G,2A) each had big games for IHA in the loss. Kaden Hladunewich made 35 saves in the loss.
Scotiabank Showcase Yale Hockey Academy (5) at West Van Academy (4) U15
Yale outshot West Van 73-26 but only defeated West Van 5-4 in the lone Scotiabank Showcase game of the day. The two teams traded first period goals before each team erupted for three second period goals. Adrian Comeau’s (2G,1A) goal with 1:44 left ended up as the difference as Yale defeated West Van 5-4. Mowat Sweet made 68 saves for West Van in the loss and Korbin Rodel stopped 22 of 26 in the win.
RINK Kelowna (4) at RINK Winnipeg (3) U15 Prep
RHA Kelowna gave up 12 power play opportunities but still outshot RHA Winnipeg 44-32 in a 4-3 win Sunday afternoon. Cameron Schmidt (3G) and Kadon McCann (1G,1A) scored in the first to give RHA Kelowna a 2-0 lead. Wyatt Stinton and Caleb Chiarotto would score 29 seconds and 1:38 into the second to tie the game before Schmidt would score two goals in nine seconds. Grahame Jones (1G,1A) would score late in the third to bring RHA Winnipeg within one but Steele Bass 19 saves were enough to preserve the RHA Kelowna win.
Prairie Hockey Academy (0) at Yale Hockey Academy (15) U15 Prep
Yale went 4-4 on the power play and outshot PHA 76-6 in a 15-0 win in the last game of the weekend. Every single Yale skater recorded at least one point, and all but one had at least two points in the win.