November 6, 2021
Prairie Hockey Academy (3) at Pilot Mound (4/SO) U17 Prep
Defenseman James Leach tied the game at three late in the third before all three PMHA shooters scored in the shootout to give the team a 4-3 victory, its first win of the season. Carter Skarbon and Carson Haugan (2G) each scored less than four minutes in to give Prairie an early lead. Sam Takahashi would score his first of the season near the end of the second to get PMHA on the board. Haugan would score minutes later to restore the 2 goal lead, but Izzy Aime would score his first of the year just 45 seconds later to bring PMHA within 1 heading into the final 20, cuing the teams comeback. This was just the second loss for PHA in 10 games, and they have yet to lose in regulation.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (3) at Prairie Hockey Academy (11) U15 Prep
Kierin Osberg (3G,4A) and Noah Thul (4G,3A) each recorded seven point games as PHA beat PMHA 11-3 Saturday morning. Dylan Hallborg finished with a goal and four assists as the PHA offence had their way with Pilot Mound. Gage Sutherland (1G,1A), Liam Tattuinee and Tyler Wamboldt (1G,1A) scored for PMHA, who went 2-7 on the power play. Cameron Beisal made 35 saves in the win.
Notre Dame (1) at Edge School (7) U18 Prep
Noah Davis made 20 saves and the Edge power play converted twice as they defeated Notre Dame 7-1. Ethan Neutens scored twice and Nick Johnson, Carter McLeod, Ayden Peters and Shayne Tibbles all recorded two assists. Dylan Kinch and Hunter Sawka each scored once and added an assist. Colin Menetrey scored the lone Notre Dame goal.
West Van Academy (1) at Notre Dame (2) U16 Prep
Kallum Windigo scored the game winning goal 9:04 into the third period and Ethan McCallum made 24 saves as Notre Dame defeated West Van 2-1. Jacob Morrison scored 3:04 into the second to break a scoreless tie and give West Van a 1-0 lead. But Matthew Lowry would score his first of the year seven minutes later to tie the game, before Windigo scored the eventual winner. Kaden Clegg made 45 saves for West Van in the loss.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) at RINK Winnipeg (5) U16 Prep
A four goal second period for RHA Winnipeg proved to be the difference in this one as they skated to a 5-2 win over OHA. Peyton Dickie opened the scoring for OHA 5:19 into the game. Sebastian Stone would score 10 minutes later, bringing the game to a tie heading into the second period. Each team would score shorthanded goals to start the second as Carson White (1G,1A) scored 49 seconds in for RHA Winnipeg and Gareth Ovans would score minutes later to tie it. RINK Winnipeg would then score the next three goals and Ethan Simcoe would make 36 saves to earn the win.
Notre Dame (2) at RINK Winnipeg (3) U15 Prep
RHA Winnipeg outshot Notre Dame 38-21 in a 3-2 win Saturday. Luke Ross (2G) scored 2:22 into the game to give RHA Winnipeg a 1-0 lead. Peyton Kettles would score minutes later to extend the lead to 2-0. There was no scoring for the next 35 minutes until Ross would extend the lead to three. Notre Dame would mount a furious comeback as Kade McIvor and Jody Baumuller (1G,1A) would bring the Hounds within one, though they were unable to find the equalizer.
Notre Dame (2) at International Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep
Notre Dame got goals from Keegan Gamble and Maclean Cooney in the second period and Andrew Kreis made 32 saves as Notre Dame beat IHA 2-1. Kayden Big Plume scored his seventh of the year in the third to bring IHA within one, but that would be as close as they’d get as Kreis would shut the door the rest of the way. The win improved Notre Dame’s record to 8-1-0 on the season.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (4) at OHA Edmonton (1) U18 Prep
SAHA improved to 9-3-0, dominating OHA Edmonton on the shot clock (37-17) in a 4-1 win. Shane Smith scored twice and Aiden Oiring added two assists as SAHA won their sixth in a row and sit in second place. Zack Zahara made 16 saves but saw his shutout bid ended with just 6 seconds left when Kaden Bogden scored his third goal of the season. Nick Kunyk made 33 saves in the loss.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (5) at OHA Edmonton (1) U15 Prep
NAX went 3-5 on the power play and improved their record to a perfect 7-0-0 as they defeated OHA Edmonton 5-1. OHA Edmonton outshot NAX 34-32, but only Landen McFadden was able to beat Ryan Grout, who made 33 saves for the win. Reese Hamilton (3A), Hayden Harsanyi (1G,2A), Ryan Miller (2G,1A), and Cole Reschny (1G,2A) all recorded three points in the win.
CIH U18 (1) at Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (3) Eastern
Alex Vachon scored 7:10 into the game to give CIH an early 1-0 lead but OHA would rally for three straight goals to claim a 3-1 win. Trisan Gaudet scored in the first to tie it, Marc-Antoine Belzille scored the game winner in the second, and Pier-Olivier Allard scored the insurance marker midway through the third. Vadim Borisov made 24 saves to pick up his first win of the season.
Delta Hockey Academy (3) at OHA Edmonton (9) U16 Prep
OHA Edmonton opened up to a 9-1 lead before Delta would tally two late consolation goals in a 9-3 OHA Edmonton win. Spencer Brazel (2G,1A) and Bowen Grycan (2G,1A) each scored twice for OHA Edmonton, while Emmett Neitsch made 30 saves in the win. Ty Gordon (1G,3A) and captain Landon Hanson (1G,2A) had big offensive games for OHA Edmonton as well. Landon Jassmann, Brogan McNeil and Brayden Willis scored for Delta in the loss.
BWC Academy (2) at Prairie Hockey Academy (3/OT) U16 Prep
Bryson Aikens (1G,1A) scored with three seconds left in overtime to give Prairie a 3-2 win. PHA jumped out to a 2-0 lead just six minutes in thanks to goals from Dayton Reschny and Dylan Duzan. But BWC Academy would respond with two of their own, getting goals from Kenyon McIsaac and Aangid Manhas. A scoreless third would lead to OT, where Aikens would become the hero for PHA. Tyson Borshneck made 40 saves for PHA in the win, while Josh Vallee made 44 saves for BWC Academy.
Scotiabank Showcase Okanagan Hockey Academy Black (3) at Delta Hockey Academy (9) U17 Prep
Delta was a perfect 3/3 on the power play and 5/5 on the penalty kill as they improved their record to a perfect 12-0-0. Delta outshot OHA 50-19 and received key offensive contributions from Jordan Gavin (4G,1A), Miguel Marques (3G,3A), Tomas Mrsic (4A), and Colton Roberts (4A).
RINK Winnipeg (1) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (5) U18 Prep
NAX ended a three game slide with a convincing 5-1 win over RHA Winnipeg. NAX won the battle on the scoreboard and shot clock, outshooting RHA Winnipeg 34-25 in the win. Jackson Amendt (1G,1A) and Eastyn Mannix (2A) were the only two skaters with multi point efforts, while Logan Cunningham made 24 saves for the win. Gavin Hodnett scored the lone RHA Winnipeg goal.
Scotiabank Showcase Okanagan Hockey Academy White (0) at St. George’s (3) U17 Prep
Connor Pankratz picked up his seventh goal of the season when he opened the scoring for St.George’s at 12:23 of the first period. Ethan Riml extended the lead, scoring in the final minute of the frame to put the Saints up 2-0. Anthony Ershadi added a power-play goal late in the third period (15:35) while Luca Stegmann made 14 saves for the shutout.
RINK Winnipeg (1) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (5) U18 Prep
Benjamin Simpson, Reid Varkonyi (1G, 2A) and Carter Kowalyk each scored power-play goals in the game for Northern Alberta Xtreme, while Jackson Bessette (1G, 1A) and Eastyn Mannix (2A) had multipoint performances. Logan Cunningham (4-1-0) picked up his fourth win of the season between the pipes for NAX, stopping 24 of 25 shots from RINK Winnipeg.
Delta Hockey Academy Black (1) at Okanagan Hockey Academy (8) U15 Prep
Okanagan Hockey Academy found the back of the net often in this game, firing 52 shots on the Delta Hockey Academy Black net. The offense was led by Mathis Preston (3G, 2A) who had a hat-trick performance and added two assists. David Hoy (1G, 2A), Liam Huck (1G, 2A) and Brody Martin (3A) contributed three-point efforts in the win.
RINK Kelowna (1) at Edge School (2/OT) U16 Prep
RINK Kelowna (11-1-1) was under siege throughout the game, as Edge (10-2-0) directed 53 shots towards the net, while Preston Patenaude kept the game close for RHA Kelowna, making 51-saves in the game. It was scoreless after forty minutes when Hunter Laing broke the stalemate scoring his ninth goal of the season to put RINK Kelowna up 1-0. However, with only 0:32 seconds left on the clock (19:28), Yibin Yoo (1G,1A) scored to tie the game for Edge and force overtime. Nolan DuPont would win it for Edge with only 0:16 seconds left in the extra frame to complete the comeback.
Pacific Coast (3) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (8) U16 Prep
Northern Alberta Xtreme outshot Pacific Coast Hockey Academy 59-34, putting eight goals on the board to pick up their eighth win of the season. Kayden Longley (2G, 2A) and Reis Nyland (2G, 1A) scored twice, while Brock Souch (1G, 2A) and Owen Berge (1G, 2A) had three-point performances. Hayden Heide (5-1-0) turned aside 31 of 34 shots to earn his fifth win of the season.
Delta Hockey Academy (3) at Pacific Coast (4) U18 Prep
It was back-and-forth action all game long, with Pacific Coast Hockey Academy coming out on top over Delta Hockey Academy. Niko Tsakumis (2G, 1A) scored two goals in the game, tying the game for Delta with a power-play tally at 4:08 of the third period. However, Tyson Hentschel scored his second goal of the year at 11:58, which held up to be the game-winner for Pacific Coast.
St. George’s (1) at RINK Kelowna (13) U15 Prep
RINK Kelowna hit double digits on the scoreboard against St.George’s on Saturday. Cameron Schmidt (4G, 2A) had four goals and six points, Max Finley (3G, 2A) registered a hat-trick and added a pair of helpers, and Hudson Kibblewhite (1G, 3A) had four points. Joe Iginla (1G, 2A) scored shorthanded for RINK Kelowna, as they converted three times on the power-play and scored twice shorthanded in the game.
Prairie Hockey Academy (4) at International Hockey Academy (1) U18 Prep
Carson Devine scored in the first period to give International Hockey Academy the lead after twenty minutes of play. Prairie Hockey Academy would respond in the second period, with goals from Kieran Christianson, Taggart Bryson and Ethan Kelly, while Chase Jocelyn netted his third goal of the season to put the game out reach.
Yale Hockey Academy (4) at Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) U15
Okanagan Hockey Academy got out to a two-goal lead after twenty minutes of play thanks to goals by Nate Macphee (1:36) and William Scott (14:16). Yale Hockey Academy would respond with four unanswered goals; Matthew Dowdall and Bodie Jerome both scored, with two goals coming from Logan Martin (2G), as well. William Scott made it interesting in the final minute (19:07) scoring to bring Okanagan Hockey Academy within a goal, but YHA held on for their fifth win.
International Hockey Academy (1) at Prairie Hockey Academy (5) U17 Prep
Prairie Hockey Academy (9-0-0-2) remains unbeaten in regulation with a win over International Hockey Academy (0-11-0) who are still in search of their first win of the season. Easton Lee (2G) scored two times in the second period and Macade Ochitwa (3A) had three-assists to help PHA secure the win. Austin Seibel (6-0-0) made 36 saves to earn his sixth win of the season.
Scotiabank Showcase RINK Kelowna (1) at Shawnigan Lake School (5) U17 Prep
Shawnigan Lake School outshot RINK Kelowna 40-28 and goaltender Onni Haemaelaeinen turned aside 27 RINK Kelowna shots for his first win of the season. Sam Bailey (3G, 1A) had four-points, including a hat-trick, while Bryce Minten, Sam Bailey and Coco Armstrong all scored in the second period for Shawnigan Lake School.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) at St. George’s (3) U18 Prep
Braycen Dube (2G) scored twice for Okanagan Hockey Academy and Hiroki Gojsic (2G) potted a pair for St.George’s, but it was Gojsic’s second goal of the game scored at 3:28 of the third period that proved to be the difference. Nicholas Domingo earned his second win of the season making 23 saves, while Okanagan Hockey Academy outshot St.George’s 55-25 in the contest.
St. George’s (0) vs BWC Academy (4) U15
Dominic Seminoff (2G,1A) had two goals and an assist, while Jack Tudhope (1G,2A) and Jake Banicevic (2A) each added multipoint performances of their own for BWC Academy. Matthew Parmar (4-2-0) turned aside all 18 shots he faced, earning his second shutout in his last three appearances between the pipes.
Delta Hockey Academy U17 Prep (1) at Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 Prep (3) Female
Taylor Bierlmeier notched her first goal of the season, opening the scoring for Okanagan Hockey Academy, followed up by a short-handed tally from Maggie-Kate Fitzpatrick to make it 2-0 after forty minutes. Delta Hockey Academy would cut into the lead with a goal at 3:03 of the third period from Audrey Church, but Makena Lloyd-Howe would add an insurance marker for Okanagan Hockey Academy on the power-play to seal it for OHA.