November 5, 2022
RHA Winnipeg U18 (3) vs St. Mary’s Academy U18 (4) Female U18 Prep
Camille Birch (1G, 1A) and Ravis Constant-Kuba (1G, 1A) scored two minutes apart early in the second after a scoreless first as RHA Winnipeg grabbed a 2-0 lead. Hannah Dennehy (3G) would get one back for SMA heading into the third. Dennehy would score two straight in the third to complete the hattrick and give SMA their first lead of the game, but Morgan Settee would respond for RHA Winnipeg with eight seconds left to tie the game. In overtime Mia Faseruk would score her fifth goal of the season to give St. Mary’s the 4-3 win.
International Hockey Academy (5) vs OHA Edmonton (2) U18 Prep
IHA was outshooting OHA Edmonton 40-22 after 40 minutes but it was OHA Edmonton with a 2-0 lead thanks to second period markers from Ethan Makokis and Dawson Madden (1G, 1A). However, the IHA offence would finally break through early in the third period when Gavin Garland (1G, 1A) found the back of the net 1:42 in. Mitchell Patrick, Braeden Veldhuizen, Arad Badamchi Zadeh and Reid Ashcroft (1G, 1A) would all add tallies for IHA in a five goal, 33 shot period.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (0) vs Delta Hockey Academy U17 Female (1) U18 Prep
In a goaltending battle it was Alex Walchuk (30/30) putting up a 30 save shutout performance to give Delta a 1-0 win. Leah Hill scored the lone goal of the game, beating Brooklyn Adams (30/31) midway through the second period.
Edge School (2) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (3/SO) U15 Prep
Calder Hutt opened the scoring with nine seconds remaining in the first before NAX forward Aiden Jacobson tied the game midway through the second. Daxon Rudolph (1G, 1A) would score on the powerplay just 2:42 into the third to give NAX their first lead of the game, but Zach Olsen would respond 10 minutes later for Edge to tie the game, and eventually force a shootout. In the shootout, defenseman Rudolph and Nathan Guenther would both score for NAX while Parker Snell (43/45) would stop both Edge shooters. Cole Prelusky (48/50) stopped 48 shots in the loss.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) vs OHA Edmonton (1) U15 Prep
OHA Edmonton outshot PMHA 50-12 and Kayden Lemire (2G, 3A) led all skaters with five points. Charles Dargis (2G, 2A), Radislav Dimitrov (3A), Jake MacDonald (1G, 2A) and Patrick Sopiarz (3G, 1A) all recorded at least three points in the win. Jack Perrier scored the lone PMHA goal.
RHA Kelowna (4/SO) vs Delta Hockey Academy (3) U17 Prep
Logan Anderson opened the scoring for RHA Kelowna but Kaleb Hartmann (1G, 2A), Keeghan Dunn and Phillipp Nuss all scored for Delta to give them a 3-1 advantage heading into the third. Julian Galenza would score with just over five minutes remaining to bring RHA Kelowna within one and Kelsen Podworny (1G, 1A) would tie the game with just 14 seconds left. After OT solved nothing, Podworny and Anderson would both score shootout goals, and Jovin Manhas (34/37) would stop two of the three Delta shooters to give RHA Kelowna the victory.
RHA Kelowna U18 (6) vs Delta Hockey Academy U18 (2) Female U18 Prep
London McDavid and Jordan Baxter scored the lone first and second period goals as Delta held a 2-0 lead heading into the third. But Raedyn Spademan would score 26 seconds into the third and Hailey Armstrong would tie the game 27 seconds later. RHA Kelowna would score four goals in the final 10 minutes, with Kyly Laybolt, Chloe Primerano, Maddie Leaney and Kaitlyn Mallette all finding the back of the net. Eva Filippova (19/21) and Maisie Cope (38/44) were in net for their respective teams.
Edge School U18 (4) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (2) Female U18 Prep
Brooklyn Deck (2G) opened the scoring for Edge just 45 seconds in but a Kendal Davidson (1G, 1A) goal late in the first tied the game at 1-1. Jayda Becker (1G, 1A) would score the lone Edge second period goal, and an early third period marker by Deck would give Edge a 3-1 lead. Kenzie Carson would bring SAHA within one but Makayla Watson would secure the Edge win with her sixth goal of the season. Megs Thiessen (22/24) made 22 saves in the win.
Notre Dame (4) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (6) U18 Prep
Backed by a three goal first period Prairie would beat their provincial rivals 6-3. Devun Olfert (2G) and Kasey Russell (2G) would each score twice and Ty Pratte (4A) would lead all skaters with four points. Liam Ernst (17/21) would earn his fourth win in his fifth start, while Devin Degenstein (38/44) was in net for Notre Dame.
Notre Dame (2) vs RHA Winnipeg (3) U15 Prep
River Arnason would score the lone first period goal and after a scoreless second RHA Winnipeg held a 1-0 lead. Mathieu Guenette scored on the powerplay two minutes into the third to tie the game but Zach Lansard and Sage Dela Cruz would respond with goals of their own for RHA Winnipeg. Carter Hudyma would score another powerplay marker for Notre Dame to bring them within one, but Chase Charriere (26/28) would shut the door the rest of the way.
Notre Dame (1) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (5) U17 Prep
Avery Johnson (1G, 1A), Kanye Van Metre (1G, 1A), Gage Nagel, and Noah Thul (2G) all scored for PHA in a 5-1 win. Cameron Beisal (20/21) made 20 saves, giving up one goal to Talon Langston. Russell Newman (44/48) was in net for the loss.
RHA Kelowna (2) vs Delta Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep
Brogan Mcneil (2G, 1A) scored the first two goals of the game for Delta before Jace Harder and Kai Adano would tie the game late in the second. Third period goals from Rajun Parmar (1G, 1A) and Jack Bakker (1G, 2A) would give Delta the 4-2 victory. Brendan Gee (34/36) earned the win for Delta, while Preston Patenaude (23/27) was in net for RHA Kelowna.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) vs Yale Hockey Academy (3) U15
Yale outshot OHA 35-26 but a 32 save performance from Mason Patterson (32/35) gave OHA a 4-3 victory. Kolton Denich, Ethan Dimand (1G, 1A), Griffin Hoy, and Cooper Vogt all scored for OHA, while Carter Bylycia, Treytin Frizzell and Shaun Hildebrandt responded for Yale. Nevin Connor (22/26) made 22 saves in the loss.
Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (2) vs Shawnigan Lake School U18 (5) Female U18 Prep
Mikayla Boarder (1G, 1A) and Morgan Jackson (1G, 2A) scored three minutes apart to give Shawnigan an early lead but Megan Dolynchuk and Kisment Dogan (1G, 1A) would respond late in the first to tie the game at 2-2. Shawnigan would go on to score three unanswered as Charlotte Swanton, Gracie Szadkowski and Abby Whitworth (1G, 2A) all beat Farah Walker (38/43). Lauren Mackay (24/26) earned the win for Shawnigan.
Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (1) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 Female (2) U18 Prep
Madison McCullough opened the scoring for Northern Alberta Xtreme in the first period, scoring her third goal of the season, taking the 1-0 lead into the intermission. NAX would add to their lead in the second period with a goal from Allison McGregor two minutes into the second period. Neeve Toomer cut into the lead in the final seconds of the frame to put Okanagan Hockey Academy on the board but Hyoseo Cheon turned aside 22 of 23 shots in net for the win.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (2) vs Edge School (5) U18 Prep
Terik Parascak had a goal on the powerplay and added an assist for Edge School, and Miles Cooper added a tally and a helper as well, with Edge taking a 3-0 lead into the first intermission. Rhys Pedersen answered on the powerplay for Northern Alberta Xtreme, with Bowan Grycan scoring late for NAX but it wasn’t enough. Noah Davis picked up the win between the pipes, making 32 saves.
OHA Edmonton (8) vs Indigenous Sports Academy (1) U17 Prep
Riley Kelley had a goal and three assists for OHA Edmonton, as did Keanan Pearman (1G, 3A) while Dylan Konschuh and Dekkam Dallas each scored twice. Goaltender Corbin Sanderman picked up the win for OHAE, making 31 saves, the only goal-against was scored by Sage Roberts, his eighth of the season for Indigenous Hockey Academy.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (2) vs (7) Edge School U17 Prep
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy had the lead after twenty minutes of play, as a result of two powerplay goals late in the period by Beau Murray and Corey Nilsson. However, William Paterson scored twice for Edge, Owen Mastroianni netted the game-winner and added three assists, while Logan Murray had a four-point performance with a goal and three helpers.
RHA Winnipeg (6) vs Edge School (1) U16 Prep
Special teams were a big factor for RHA Winnipeg’s offence in the game. Avery Samels scored shorthanded in the first period and added two assists, while Carson Legault and Kayden Turner added powerplay goals in the third period. Remy Hlady added a three-point performance with a goal and two assists. The lone goal scored for Edge came off the stick of Scott Sandilands on the powerplay.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (1) vs RHA Kelowna (9) U15 Prep
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna scored three goals in each period of the game en route to a commanding win over Okanagan Hockey Academy. Joe Iginla scored twice and added two assists, Brock Heidecker had a three-point night (1G, 2A) as all but two skaters for RHA Kelowna registered a point in the game. Cohen Williams scored his first goal of the season for OHA to break the shutout bid.
Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (3) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) U17 Prep
Wyatt Danyleyko scored on the powerplay and David Hoy added to the lead 0:23 seconds later as Okanagan Hockey Academy took a 2-1 lead into the first intermission. Charlie Grant added a powerplay goal in the second period and Connor Vogt scored the eventual game winner in the middle frame for OHA. Cyril Mistopoulos, Alex Clark and Cian Murray responded for Couer d’Alene Academy in the game.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (2) vs RHA Winnipeg (5) U18 Prep
Hayden Paupanekis scored his 13th and 14th goals of the season for RHA Winnipeg, including the game-winner, plus an assist for a three-point night. Nathan Hawkins scored 0:25 seconds into the second period to give South Alberta Hockey Academy some life, but despite firing 55 shots on goal, they couldn’t solve goaltender Ethan Simcoe, who made 53 saves for the win.
Delta Hockey Academy (0) vs BWC Academy (2) U16 Prep
The game was scoreless through the first period, but BWC Academy would take the lead in the second. Cooper Stockdale scored his third of the season, assisted by Nathan Tomcheck, and then in the third period, Shaenen Long extended the lead with his first of the year. Mitchell Pearce picked up his second win of the season between the pipes for BWC Academy, making 25 saves to record the shutout.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (7) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy(1) U16 Prep
Okanagan Hockey Academy scored four powerplay goals in the game, from Cameron Norrie, Ruben Stone, Kyson Lindsay and Jhett Wheeler. Tucker Robertson chipped in with three assists on the night and Jonah Tonhauser now has wins in back-to-back starts in net for OHA, making 21 saves in the game. The lone goal for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy came off the stick of Cadel Gourley.
International Hockey Academy (2) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (6) U17 Prep
Both teams traded chances in the first period, each scoring twice leaving the score tied 2-2 after twenty minutes. Jaxen Gauchier and Eric Giesbrecht scored for Northern Alberta Xtreme, while Jacob Horb and Ayaan Vira tallied for International Hockey Academy. NAX took over in the final two periods, scoring four unanswered goals, including a shorthanded marker from Finn Kaley, the first of two in the game for him, which held up as the game winner. NAX remains unbeaten this season improving to 7-0-0.
BWC Academy (4) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (0) U18 Prep
Carter Lundie scored his fifth of the season and Nate Crema added his fourth of the year, to give BWC Academy a 2-0 lead after the first period. After a scoreless second, Ty Coupland and Yashas Jain would strike in the third to double up the lead. Massimo Urbani turned aside all 15 shots he faced for the shutout win.
St. George’s School (1) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (0) U18 Prep
Grady Hope scored his first goal of the season late in the first period to give St. George’s the lead, which would hold up as the game-winner. Jaiden Sharma turned aside 30 of 31 shots for Okanagan Hockey Academy in the loss, while Nathan Preston picked up the shutout with a 33-save performance for the Saints.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) vs BWC Academy (1) U17 Prep
Ryan Zhang scored twice in the game for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy, including a powerplay marker, while Parker MacDougall added his 11th goal of the season. Peyton Dorman scored the lone goal for BWC Academy 0:34 seconds into the second period, but Koen Cleaver stopped 13 shots for the win in net.