November 3, 2021
Northern Alberta Xtreme (6) vs Edge School (3) U15
In the lone game of the day NAX scored four third period goals to skate to a 6-3 victory in Calgary against Edge School. Rylan Daley (2G), Sawyer Dingman (1G,2A), Jordan Duguay (2G,2A), and Carter Hillaby (1G,2A) led the NAX offence while Parker Snell made 35 saves to remain unbeaten with 4 wins in 4 games. Oliver McMillan (1G,1A), Brendan Rudolph and Chris Wright all scored in the loss. Adam Courchesne made 27 saves and recorded an assist for Edge.
November 4, 2021
CIH U18 (1) vs Bourget College U18 (6) Eastern Division
David Rioux (2G,1A), scored twice and Thomas Marsan and Jamil Zaid each had three assists as Bourget College defeated CIH in the lone game of the day. Tomas Cerny made 26 saves for his third win of the season and Alexis Lalonde (1G,1A), and Jordan Waite (1G,1A) each had two points. Sergei Kolesov scored for CIH while Jordan Nicolucci made 42 saves in the loss.
November 5, 2021
Edge School (8) at Prairie Hockey Academy (0) U18 Prep
Edge goaltender, Noah Davis, turned aside all 19 shots he faced to shut out Prairie Hockey Academy on Friday. Keifer Miller (2G, 1A) scored twice, including the game-winner, while Jackson Smith (1G,2A) and Dylan Kinch (1G,2A) added three-point performances, as Edge (10-1-0) outshot Prairie 41-19 en route to their tenth win of the season.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (1) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (5) U16 Prep
Luke Davies converted on the power-play (5:53) to give NAX an early lead and Owen Berge doubled up the score with his sixth goal of the season (15:49) to make it 2-0 after twenty minutes. Stein Dostal cut into the lead (6:04) in the second period to bring Okanagan Hockey Academy within a goal, but Reis Nyland responded with his fourth of the year, and Kayden Longley (2G) scored twice in the third period to put the game out of reach.
West Van Academy (2) at Prairie Hockey Academy (10) U16 Prep
Prairie Hockey Academy fired 62 shots on the West Van Academy net, scoring three times on the power-play, while Grace Boughen (1G, 3A) led the charge offensively with a four-point night. Dylan Duzan (2G, 1A) scored twice and added an assist, while Kade Stringer (1G, 2A), Evhan Allan (1G, 2A) and Ryder Ellis (1G,2A) had three-point games.
Ontario Hockey Academy (3) U18 at Bourget College (0) U18 Eastern
Ontario Hockey Academy kept Bourget College off the scoresheet, largely due to a 35-save shutout from Ryuto Nakamoto. Zeteny Molnar (2G) opened the scoring for OHA in the first period and added his second of the game midway through the third period (12:43). Bourget College pulled their goalie late in the game with OHA on the power-play, but Enzo Kornum took advantage, depositing the insurance marker into the back of the net to help seal it for Ontario Hockey Academy.
Notre Dame (3) at Pilot Mound (1) U17 Prep
Nicolas Karczmiarz put Notre Dame on the board at 5:31 of the first period, scoring his fourth of the season. The score would stay the same until 2:02 into the third period, when Lazarus Constant capitalized on the power-play for Pilot Mound Hockey Academy to tie the game 1-1. The game wouldn’t stay tied for long, however, as Edouard Houde scored the go-ahead goal and Chad Bates added the insurance marker with his seventh goal. Josh Muir (4-1-0) made 30 saves to pick up his fourth win in a row.
Notre Dame (3) at BWC Academy (7) U16 Prep
Rolan Amin (2G) scored twice, Alex Coventry (1G,2A) had a three-point night, and Jack (Douglas) Bodel (3A) and Kenyon Mcissac (3A) added three helpers each to help push BWC Academy past Notre Dame. Jovin Manhas earned his first win of the season between the pipes for BWC Academy, stopping 25 of 28 shots in the process.
OHA Edmonton (7) at Notre Dame (3) U18 Prep
Corbin Pinch (3G) had a hat-trick performance, while Ben Taschuk (3A) added three assists for OHA Edmonton en route to a 7-3 win over Notre Dame. The game was tied 3-3 in the third period when Jack Lambert scored the eventual game-winning goal, shorthanded, sparking a four-goal third period by OHA Edmonton. Cooper Michaluk picked up his second win of the season, making 25 saves.
OHA Edmonton (1) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (10) U15 Prep
It was an offensive outburst for Northern Alberta Xtreme, lighting the lamp ten times against OHA Edmonton, while NAX remains unbeaten on the season (6-0-0), picking up their sixth straight win. Cole Reschny (5G,2A) scored half of the goals for NAX, scoring five goals and adding two assists for a seven-point effort. Hayden Harsanyi (2G, 3A) and Ryan Miller (2G, 3A) each had five-point games for NAX in the win.
RINK Winnipeg (4) at Pacific Coast (5 OT) U16 Prep
It was back-and-forth all game long with both teams switching leads throughout, which meant overtime was required between RINK Winnipeg and Pacific Coast Hockey Academy. Gavin Nemis (2G) and Sebastian Stone (1G,1A) had multipoint efforts for RINK Winnipeg, however the game-winner was scored by Brendon Hall with just seconds left in OT (4:54) to secure the win for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (0) at Yale Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep
Okanagan Hockey Academy (0-8-0) is still in search of their first win of the season, as Yale Hockey Academy goaltender, Carter Capton, shut them out on Friday night. Nolan Viesner (2G, 2A) had a big four-point performance for YHA and is currently averaging 2.0 points-per-game this season. Jordan Keller (1G, 2A), Owen Aura (2A) had multipoint efforts, while Marshall Finnie and Greye Rampton both found the back of the net to round out the scoring for YHA.
Delta Hockey Academy U17 Prep (3) at Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) U18 Prep Female
It came down to the wire between Delta Hockey Academy and Okanagan Hockey Academy, as a shootout was needed to decide a winner. Gabby Lindsay and Sydney Mintz scored for OHA, while Audrey Church and Molly Cole capitalized for Delta, but no one found the back of the net in overtime. London McDavid and Molly Cole scored in the shootout for Delta Hockey Academy to give them their first win of the season.
Prairie Hockey Academy (9) at International Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep
International Hockey Academy outshot Prairie 35-29 but it was Prairie who skated away with a 9-1 win. PHA scored six straight, including four in the first, to get things started Friday afternoon. Kayden Big Plume would score for IHA to end the goal streak, but PHA would add three more in the third. Yu-Ting Shih (4A) led all skaters on the scoresheet, while PHA also got hefty contributions from Carson Haugan (2G), Easton Lee (2A), Devun Olfert (2G), Ty Pratte (2G,1A) and Dalyn Stevenson (1G,1A). Austin Seibel made 34 saves in the win.
Delta Hockey Academy (1) at Edge School (12) U16 Prep
The goals came early and often for Edge in a 12-1 win that improves their record to 9-2-0. Edge fired 56 shots at the Delta net and allowed just 19 against as all but one Edge skater recorded a point. Nine Edge skaters recorded at least two points, led by Miles Cooper (1G,3A), Josh Evaschesen (1G,2A), Luke Lawford (3A), Adam Milke (2G,2A), Terik Parascak (2G,3A) and Mitchell Patrick (1G,2A).
Northern Alberta Xtreme (2) at South Alberta Hockey Academy (3/SO) U18 Prep
For the second time in as many weekends SAHA defeated NAX 3-2, this time in a shootout as SAHA improved to 8-3-0. After a scoreless first, Lucas Schuett gave NAX a 1-0 lead in the first. Dayden Collier would score 10 minutes later, and Andrew Basha, who also scored in the shootout, would give SAHA a 2-1 lead heading into the final 20. Teydon Trembecky (1G,1A) would score his eighth of the year on the power play to force overtime, which would see neither team find the back of the net. Basha and Aiden Oiring each scored for SAHA, while Brock Lott stopped two of three NAX shooters. After starting the season with six straight wins, NAX has lost their last three, dropping their record to 6-2-1.
Notre Dame (1) at RINK Winnipeg (5) U15 Prep
RHA Winnipeg defeated Notre Dame 5-1 to keep their undefeated streak alive as they improved to 5-0-0. Five different skaters scored for RHA Winnipeg as Ethan Bibeau, Matthew Gard (1G,1A), Brody Green, Graham Jones (1G,1A), and Noah Schneiderat (1G,1A) all found the back of the net. Defenseman Peyton Kettles had two assists and Brant Catellier faced just 11 shots in the win. Grady Peterson made 32 saves and Joby Baumuller scored for Notre Dame.
OHA Edmonton (2) at RINK Kelowna (6) U16 Prep
Hunter Laing (2G) scored just 13 seconds in and Cole Balkovec (2G) added two more as RHA Kelowna jumped out to an early 3-0 lead heading into the first intermission. They would add three more in the first six minutes of the second as they pulled ahead 6-0. OHA Edmonton would show signs of life with goals from Ty Gordon (1G,1A) and Cohen Sutherland, outshooting RHA Kelowna 27-20 in the final 40, but they were unable to dig themselves out of the deep early hole. Gavin Pomerov would make 33 saves for RHA Kelowna, who improved their record to 10-1-0.
RINK Kelowna (6) at St. George’s (2) U18 Prep
Jaxsin Vaugh scored four times, including the first two goals of the game, and Gavin McKenna (2G,2A) found the back of the net twice as RHA Kelowna defeated St. George’s School 6-2. Evan Gardner made 34 saves for RHA Kelowna, who despite the win were outshot 36-34. Daniel Rosenfeld scored early in the second to give St. George’s life, but McKenna and Vaugh crushed any hope of a comeback.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (3/SO) at Prairie Hockey Academy (2) U15 Prep
Noah Thul scored both Prairie goals, including one with 35 seconds left to tie it, but Pilot Mound would get the 3-2 win thanks to the lone shootout goal by Adam Kelly. Tyler Wamboldt and Liam Chartrand each scored in the second period for Pilot Mound, who saw netminder Keane Reid makle 38 saves. Kale Gorski made 30 saves for PHA in the loss.
Scotiabank Showcase Yale Hockey Academy (7) at Okanagan Hockey Academy Black (3) U17 Prep
Rhett Miller (2G) would score six minutes in for OHAB but McCarthy Richardson (1G,1A) would score 26 seconds later to start a streak of six straight goals for Yale who would go on to win 7-3. Chase Valliant (3G,1A) would score a natural hat trick and Ethan Eskit would make 34 saves for Yale, who went 3-5 on the power play, improving their record to 5-1-0.
Scotiabank Showcase Shawnigan Lake School (5) at Okanagan Hockey Academy White (1) U17 Prep
Fedor Samsonov made 41 saves and Shawnigan scored 5 goals on 25 shots as they defeated OHA White 5-1. Austin Rampone was the only OHA White shooter able to beat Samsonov as Shawnigan picked up their first win of the 2021/22 season. It was 2-1 SLS heading into the third before Cadence Stanley, Coco Armstrong, and Brady Seabrook (1G,1A) scored to ensure the Shawnigan victory.
International Hockey Academy (2) at RINK Winnipeg (7) U18 Prep
RHA Winnipeg outshot IHA 49-18 on route to a 7-2 win. Brett Kaiser (2G,1A) scored twice in the opening 20 and RHA Winnipeg scored four straight to begin the game. Carson Devine would score twice in the second to get IHA on the board, but RINK Winnipeg would add two more in the final period to ensure they would pick up their seventh win of the year. Gavin Hodnett had three assists in the win.
Yale Hockey Academy (3) at BWC Academy (2) U15 Prep
Yale outshot BWC Academy 38-24 in a 3-2 win Friday night. Iverson Graveline scored the lone first period goal to give Yale a 1-0 lead. Lucas Biros (1G,1A) would score early in the second to extend the Yale lead to two, before Ashton Beriana (2G) would score his first of two goals to bring BWC Academy within one. BWC Academy’s second goal read the exact same as the first as Keeghan Dunn (2A) and Jack MacFarlane (2A) set up Beriana to tie the game early in the third. But Will Sharpe (1G,1A) would score the eventual game winner just 45 seconds later for Yale. Aiden Eskit made 22 saves in the win.
Delta Hockey Academy Black (4) at RINK Kelowna (9) U15 Prep
The game was tied 3-3 heading into the third period before RHA Kelowna would tally six goals in the final 20 to skate away with a 9-4 win. RHA Kelowna outshot Delta Black 61-24 and scored 4 power play goals as they improved their record to 6-3-0. Max Finley (3G,2A) recorded a hattrick, while Hudson Kibblewhite (2G,2A), Kadon McCann (1G,2A), and Callum Stone (3A) all recorded at least 3 points in the win.
Scotiabank Showcase St. George’s (4) at RINK Kelowna (2) U17 Prep
St. George’s outshot RHA Kelowna 38-15 and won their Scotiabank Showcase matchup 4-2. Despite being outshot 24-12 after 40 minutes, RHA Kelowna was up 2-1 thanks to goals from Luke Scheck and Wake Purdy. But Jared Chin would tie the game just 49 seconds into the third before Connor Pankratz (2G, 1A) and Luka Shcherbyna (1G,1A) would score to give St. George’s the win. Angeo Basson made 15 saves for St. George’s in the win.