GAME DAY RECAP: November 4, 2023

RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (1) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (8) U15 Prep

NAX (8-0-0) remained unbeaten on the season with a 8-1 win over RHA Winnipeg (7-3-0). Ben Harvey (2G, 3A) and Jaggar John (3G, 1A) led the way for NAX, while Blake Chorney (2A) and Aiden Wagner (2A) each had two assists. Isaac Sousa was the lone RHA Winnipeg skater to beat Oliver Bryks (48/49). Hudson Hunnie (44/52) faced 52 shots in the loss. 

St. George’s School (3) vs Delta Hockey Academy (0) U15

Carter Adams (18/18) made 18 saves to shutout Delta en route to a 3-0 victory. Tarik Lammam (1G, 1A) and Alexander Rode scored less than two minutes apart in the first and Zach Lam (1G, 2A) added a second period power play goal. Jack Utsunomiya (25/28) made 25 saves in the loss. 

Notre Dame (2) vs Edge School (8) U15 Prep

Edge outshot Notre Dame 78-28 en route to a 8-2 win Saturday. Nathan Cole (2G) and Reeve Waugh (2G) scored twice, Aden Bouchard (4A) led all skaters with four points and James Matheos (1G, 2A) and Jordin St. Louis (3A) each had three points. Parker Banks and Thomas MacPhee (1G, 1A) scored for Notre Dame in the loss. 

Rink Hockey Academy Kelowna Red (4) vs Delta Hockey Academy Black (2) U17 Prep

Levi Hollatz (18/20) and Jake Poblete (53/57) kept clean sheets in the first before Imaan Atwal broke through in the second for Delta Black. Porter Rossi (2G, 1A) would tie the game but Delta Black would continue to hold a one goal lead heading into the third thanks to Ronan Coopman. The third period belonged to RHA Kelowna Red as they outshot Delta Black 13-6 and received goals from Maddox Bentley (1G, 1A), Brody Bradshaw and Rossi to complete the comeback. 

Delta Hockey Academy Black (3) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (4/OT) U15 Prep

Ewan Torrance opened the scoring for Delta Black 8:06 in. Beau Tilden would temporarily tie the game but Christian Sum responded for Delta Black just 12 seconds later. Beckett Matlock would extend the lead in the second before Dalin Nixon brough PCHA back within one heading into the third. Phoenix Moyer-Isram would score his fifth goal of the season to force OT where it took Tristan Follick just 49 seconds to complete the comeback and secure PCHA a 4-3 win. 

Edge School (11) vs OHA Edmonton (4) U15

Damien Lavalle (3G, 1A) recorded a hat-trick while Noah Ewert (3A), Luke Huska (2G, 1A), Jacob Kuntz (3A), Chasen Robson (2G, 1A) and Dylan Sherban (3A) all had three point games. Cohenn Rotar (2G) scored twice for OHA Edmonton and Joel Ngandu (3A) recorded three assists. 

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

After a scoreless first Nathan Tomcheck scored the lone second period goal for BWC Academy Gold. Keagan Lundie, Hunter Henry, and Kai Anderson would score in a span of 2:24 as BWC Academy Gold grabbed a commanding 4-0 third period lead. Bodie Jerome would end the Noah Sinagowitz (31/32) shutout bid with 3:14 remaining. Jason Ho (35/39) made 35 saves in the loss. 

OHA Edmonton (6) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (2) U15 Prep

Sam Carnegie (2G) and Zachary Schwartz (2G) each scored twice in the first 10:19 as the game was deadlocked at 2-2. Tyson Chrunik would score the eventual game winner three minutes later before a scoreless second. The third period saw Cash Brebant (1G, 2A) and Keenan Fox (2G, 1A) score 38 seconds apart before Fox added another three minutes later to close out the scoring. 

Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy Navy (2) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy Black (7) U17 Prep

Davis Tomczak got CDA Navy on the board early with a snipe on the breakaway after a blunder at the blueline. However, OHA Black would strike back for four unanswered goals. This chain was ignited by OHA Black leading scorer, Marcus Domhof (2G) who would go on to score one more later in the match. OHA Black’s relentless pressure did not let up for the rest of the game, surrendering only 5-shots after the first period.

Notre Dame (0) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (7) U18 Prep

Finn Kallay (4G) would make himself heard in the first, netting a natural hat-trick in only 4:57 to build up a 4-0 NAX lead after one. NAX would keep piling on the offence for the next two periods with contributions from Brek Liske, Reis Nyland, and fourth for Kallay. Toretto Marrelli (4A) would also pick up four assists in the process.

BWC Academy (3) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (5) U15 Prep

Dominik Silbernagle (3G, 2A) registered a point on every RHA Kelowna goal Saturday afternoon, opening it up with an assist on Brady Keith’s opening goal. RHA Kelowna would build their lead up to 4-1 halfway through the third before BWC Academy would strike back for two to make it a one goal game. Asher Netherton (34/37) would keep the gates shut after that, leading to Silbernagle’s hat-trick goal on the empty net to seal the victory.

Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (1) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (12) U17 Prep

Victoria Royals prospect Kadyn O’Brien (4G) posted his second four-goal performance of the season in a commanding win over Coeur d’Alene. Only three OHA skaters were left off of the scoresheet. OHA also went a perfect 4/4 on the powerplay, while scoring another three shorthanded goals in the process as well.

Yale Hockey Academy (3) vs St. George’s School (4/OT) U15 Prep

A busy first period saw the lead shift twice as Eddy Spytz opened the scoring for St. George’s before Yale struck back with two from Shaun Hildebrandt and Macguire Newman. However, Jacob Schwartz (2G, 1A) and Brock Cripps (1G, 2A) would connect for a hail-mary play to close out the first. Schwartz would add another in the second, but Yale’s Zephyr Harms scored a shorthanded goal to force an overtime. Cripps would assert his dominance just 16-seconds into the extra frame, firing a low shot to beat Tyson Kuiack (34/38) to secure the W for St. George’s.

Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) vs STAR Hockey Academy (3) U15

OHA would bust open the door with a busy first period, scoring the game’s first three goals to establish an early lead. STAR would begin to claw back in the second with goals from Sean McIntyre and Daniel Makovetskiy (1G, 2A). They would ultimately complete this comeback in the third with a powerplay marker from George Gapeshin. However, with 22-seconds left on the clock, Rylan Bengert would find a loose puck in front and slide it in to give OHA the late lead and eventual victory.

RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (1) vs BWC Academy (7) U15

BWC Academy would score twice in the first to establish a lead that would ultimately last them the rest of the match. Bradey Ching (2G) and Enan Vlad (2G) were the main contributors on the offensive front while Tyce Kinsey (25/26) stepped up in the crease to secure the victory.