Prairie Hockey Academy (7) vs OHA Edmonton (3) U18 Prep
Jack Birch and Dawson Madden scored for OHA Edmonton in the first period, while Adam Belzil and Devun Olfert answered for Prairie Hockey Academy, as the score was tied 2-2 after twenty minutes. Bryson Aikens had a three-point night, with two goals and an assist for PHA, while goaltender Liam Ernst stopped 26 of 29 shots for the win.
Notre Dame (1) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (11) U15 Prep
Northern Alberta Xtreme remains undefeated after the win against Notre Dame. With two-goal games from both Daxon Rudolph and Nolan Stewart, and five players registering at least three points each, NAX was able to pick up their tenth win of the season in commanding fashion. The lone goal for the Hounds came in the third period from Dominique Fortin, his second of the year, assisted by Mason Miller and Ethan Suhr.
Prairie Hockey Academy (0) vs OHA Edmonton (14) U15 Prep
Kayden Lemire and Jake MacDonald scored three goals each, registering hat-tricks for OHA Edmonton against Prairie Hockey Academy. Lemire picked up a goal and an assist in the game, his 13th of the season, while Noah Chadi and Calum Giese both had five-point nights. Rowan Houweling made 12-saves to record the shutout for OHA Edmonton, who fired 71-shots on net in the game.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (2) vs Notre Dame (6) U18 Prep
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy was up 1-0 after the first period against Notre Dame, with a goal by Alexander Musyakevch, for his second of the year. PMHA extended the lead with a goal from Justin Shih to make it 2-0 midway through the second period. The Hounds answered back late in the frame, with goals from Aaron Shanks, Alexis Hilaire-Pinot and Ryan Zabchuk, each picking up their first goals of the season to take a 3-2 lead into the break. Notre Dame would add to the lead in the third, as Justin Hooper, Walty Pedersen and Zabchuk all tallied in the final frame.
Delta Hockey Academy U17 (3/OT) vs St. Mary’s Academy U18 (2) Female U18 Prep
Hannah Dennehy scored to put St. Mary’s Academy on the board, taking a 1-0 lead into the break but Delta Hockey Academy answered back in the second period, with a goal by Leah Hill to tie the game 1-1. In the third, Maddie Kaiser restored the lead for the Flames scoring her fourth of the year, however Alexis Howitt responded for Delta to tie the game with an unassisted marker, forcing overtime. Leah Hill scored 0:28 seconds into the extra frame securing the win for Delta Hockey Academy.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (0) vs RHA Winnipeg U18 Female (3) U18 Prep
Shayna-July Bannister opened the scoring for RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg, with assists from Jordan Downey and Tori Bear. Just over a minute later, Kate Nechwediuk scored her sixth goal of the season for RHA Winnipeg, who took a 2-0 lead into the break. Camille Birch scored in the second period, registering two points in the game, while goaltender Kaia Sigursdon recorded the shutout for RHA Winnipeg, making 14 saves.
RHA Winnipeg (4) vs OHA Edmonton (2) U16 Prep
RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg picked up the win against OHA Edmonton to improve their record to 10-0-1 on the season. Callum MacLean scored to put OHA Edmonton on the board, but RHA Winnipeg answered back with just over a minute left in the first period, with a goal from Connor Bear to tie it 1-1. After a scoreless second period, Kayden Turner scored twice in the third period, including the game winner for RHA Winnipeg.
Edge School (1/SO) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (0) U15
It was a goaltending duel between Edge School and Northern Alberta Xtreme. Cam Hoose stopped all 30 shots he faced in regulation and overtime for NAX, while Braxton Gibson turned aside 39 of 39 shots in the game. Scoreless at the end of OT, a shootout was required to determine a winner. Mirco Dufour and Nathan Cole both scored in the shootout to lift Edge over NAX 1-0.
RHA Winnipeg (3) vs Edge School (5) U15 Prep
Cruz Pavao gave Edge School a strong start, scoring the first two goals of the game, including one on the powerplay. Brendan Rudolph added another goal for Edge, shorthanded, to make it 3-0, but Shea Rollason scored twice in response for RHA Winnipeg. Rollason scored another goal 0:23 seconds into the second period, bringing RHA Winnipeg within a goal. Wyatt Kelman would tie the game 3-3 after forty minutes but AJ Tarnowshi picked up the game-winner for Edge, with Brendan Rudolph adding some insurance for 5-3 win.
OHA Edmonton (6) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (2) U17 Prep
Cole King scored his second goal of the season 0:17 seconds into the game for Prairie Hockey Academy and Gage Nagel added to the lead halfway through the first period. In response, Keanan Pearman scored for OHA Edmonton to cut into the lead, making it 2-1 through twenty minutes. Nagel scored the only goal in the second period, picking up his second of the game and he scored again in the third period to record the hat-trick. Mani Maki notched his first of the season for OHA Edmonton, but they came up short on the scoreboard in this one.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (1) vs Edge School (4) U18 Prep
The game was scoreless between Edge School and South Alberta Hockey Academy after twenty minutes, but Ashton Gallagher and Carter Klippenstein both scored power-play goals for Edge in the second period to take a 2-0 lead into the break. In the third, Terik Parascak tallied two more for Edge, while Noah Dziver scored SAHA’s lone goal in the game. Ben Polhill stopped 28 of 29 shots for the win between the pipes.
South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 vs Delta Hockey Academy (2) U18 Female U18 Prep
Delta outshot SAHA 47-14 and Anjali Simms scored her first and second goals of the season 1:38 apart to give her team a 2-0 win. Tayler Cohen earned her first shutout of the season, and third of her CSSHL career. Devyn Amundson (45/47) stopped 45 shots in the loss.
Edge School U18 (0) vs RHA Kelowna U18 (4) Female U18 Prep
Hailey Armstrong, Maya Serdachny, Gracie Graham and Jaimee Spring all scored and Eva Fillippova (21/21) stopped all 21 shots she faced to give RHA Kelowna their second straight shutout victory of the weekend. Brielle Kelly-Paquet (2A) and Emelia McDermid (2A) led all skaters with two points. Emily Carson (47/51) was in net for Edge in the loss.
Indigenous Sports Academy (5) vs Notre Dame (4) U17 Prep
Tayvian Delorme (2G,1A) and Draeden Bear each scored their third goal of the season late in the first as ISA held a 2-0 lead after 20. Notre Dame would respond just 30 seconds into the second, kick-starting a four goal second period to grab a 4-2 advantage heading into the third. In the third it would be ISA scoring three of their own unanswered goals to complete the comeback and win 5-4. Bowman Klippenstein (2A) and Tate Shukin (2G) each recorded two points in the loss.
International Hockey Academy (1) vs Edge School (3) U17 Prep
Ben Binder-Nord scored his fifth of the season with 12 seconds remaining in the first before IHA defenseman Samuel Laplante tied the game up midway through the second. The third belonged to Edge as they would outshoot IHA 15-6 and get goals from Brennen Hocher and William Paterson to claim the 3-1 win. Gabe Bergeron (26/27) was in net for the win, while Luca Stegmann (33/35) was in between the pipes for IHA.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (4) vs Yale Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep
Kahn Dhaliwal scored 8:25 into the game as Yale held their only lead of the night. Parker MacDougall (2G) would score his ninth goal of the season on the powerplay early in the second to tie the game. Kansys Seney would score with seven minutes remaining as PCHA grabbed their first lead of the game. Yale would pull Domenik McInenly (23/25) with 2:30 minutes remaining, and Anson Spiers would score an empty netter seconds later. Desperate for a goal, Yale would once again pull their netminder in favour of the extra attacker, but MacDougall would seal the deal with an empty netter of his own. Koen Cleaver (45/46) picked up the win for PCHA.
RHA Winnipeg (2) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (5) U18 Prep
A 5-2 game saw the majority of the scoring coming in the first period as Hunter Dingman (1G, 1A), Luke Davies (1G, 1A), Walker Overwater (1G, 1A) and Landon Hanson all scored for NAX, while Matthew Dewey and Hayden Paupanekis responded for RHA Winnipeg. Affiliate Lukas Kaplan would score the lone second period goal, and Spencer Michnik (23/25) and Burke Hood (28/33) would keep the shooters at bay in the third.
Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (4) vs Shawnigan Lake School U18 (2) Female U18 Prep
After a scoreless first Larae Benoit, Aylie Dahl (1G, 1A), Maria Ayre and Kendra Shumaker (1G, 1A) all scored in a seven minute span for NAX as they grabbed a commanding 4-0 lead. Mikayla Boarder would get Shawnigan on the board four minutes later, and Morgan Jackson (1G, 1A) would score the lone third period goal, but NAX would hold on thanks to a 27 save performance from Erika Lind (27/29).
Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (0) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (5) Female U18 Prep
OHA U18 would outshoot OHA U17 48-4 in a 5-0 win. Jordynne Hojnocki would open the scoring just 19 seconds in and Julia Duke would score on the powerplay two minutes later. Hailey Jackson would score less than two minutes later as OHA U18 held a 3-0 advantage just 4:30 into the game. Kenzee Hope and Megan Dolynchuk would add third period markers for OHA U18. Elly Lowe (4/4) earned the shutout victory.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (6) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep
Andrew Thomson (2G, 1A), Owen Schoettler and Jake Walker (2G) all scored first period goals for NAX as they grabbed a 3-0 lead after 20. Walker, Jaxen Gauchier and Thomson would score in the second as NAX held a commanding 6-0 advantage after 20. Zane Price would score with 1:20 left to get PMHA on the board and end the Jordan Switzer (21/22) shutout bid.