GAME DAY RECAP: November 6, 2022

Delta Hockey Academy U17 (1)  vs RHA Winnipeg U18 (3) Female U18 Prep

After a scoreless opening frame, RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg came out firing in the second, scoring three unanswered in the period. Cassidy Bodnaryk, Camille Birch and Morgan Settee all found the back of the net for RHA Winnipeg. Leah Hill scored her fifth goal of the season to put Delta Hockey Academy on the board in the third period, but Delta goaltender Katelyn Dorsch stopped 16 of 17 shots she faced to pick up the win.

Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (2) vs Shawnigan Lake School U18 (10) Female U18 Prep

Morgan Jackson scored four goals and added five assists for a nine-point game for Shawnigan, as did Mikayla Boarder, who picked up a goal and eight assists in the game. Abby Whitworth had two goals, six points in the game for Shawnigan Lake. Alex Nelson registered the win, stopping 18 of 20 shots between the pipes.

Edge School U18 (2) vs Delta Hockey Academy U18 (7) Female U18 Prep

Jordan Baxter led the way offensively for Delta Hockey Academy, lighting the lamp four times (4G) including a short-handed goal. London McDavid had a four-point game for Delta, who took a 4-1 lead into the third period. Jennifer Keller and Hannah Deck tallied for Edge School, but Delta goaltender Tayler Cohen turned aside 17 shots for the win.

RHA Winnipeg (2) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (7) U15 Prep

After a scoreless first period, Northern Alberta Xtreme scored four goals in the second period, and three more in the third en route to their 11th win in a row. Aiden Jacobson and Knox Bendera each scored two goals and an assist for NAX, while Tucker Tullikopf added three-helpers as well. Taylor Raynard made 22 saves to earn his fifth-straight decision between the pipes.

Prairie Hockey Academy (2) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (7) U15 Prep

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy picked up their first win of the season with a solid offensive performance, firing 43 shots on the Prairie Hockey Academy net. Ben Shearer had a hat-trick, scoring twice on the powerplay, while Benson Hirst had a four-point game with a goal and three assists. Liam Chartrand notched a goal and added two assists for PMHA, as well. 

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (2) vs OHA Edmonton (8) U18 Prep

Spencer Brazel had a big game for OHA Edmonton, scoring three goals for the hat-trick and adding an assist. Landed McFadden tallied twice and picked up an assist, while Julien Maze had a four-point performance with a goal and three helpers. Luke Roberts picked up the win in net for OHAE, turning aside 23 of 25 shots.

South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (0)  vs RHA Kelowna U18 (5) Female U18 Prep

Five different skaters found the back of the net for RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna, who totalled 58 shots on net in the game. Chloe Primerano, Kyly Laybolt, Mikayla Blomquist, Jaimee Spring and Hailey Armstrong all scored for RHA Kelowna. Madison Bowtell wasn’t overly tested in this one, but turned aside 12 of 12 shots she faced to record the shutout.

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (0) vs St. Mary’s Academy U18 Female (4) U18 Prep

Chiara Wilson and Abby Brigg scored in the first period to give St. Mary’s Academy a two-goal advantage after twenty minutes of play. The second period was scoreless, but SMA would add to their lead scoring two more goals in the third period, from Letta Mattheos and Addison Kartusch. J’Anne Colbow earned the shutout between the pipes for the Flames, making 12-saves in the game.

Yale Hockey Academy (4) vs Delta Hockey Academy Black (6) U15 Prep

Jordan Nguyen got the scoring started for Delta Hockey Academy, Otto Spofforth added to the lead, and Waylon Gardipy scored his ninth goal of the season as Delta took a 3-1 lead into the intermission. Yale Hockey Academy trailed 5-1 heading into the third period, and scored three goals from Ben MacBeath, Brayden Ryan-Mackay and Ethan Caruso would make it close for YHA, but it wasn’t enough in this one. 

Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (2)  vs Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (1) Female U18 Prep

The game was scoreless after twenty minutes, before Jiya Deol broke the stalemate with her second goal of the season, giving Okanagan Hockey Academy the 1-0 lead. Late in the frame, Maria Ayre scored her seventh goal of the season to tie the game 1-1 headed into the break. Brayden Stewart scored her first goal of the season in the third period to give NAX the go-ahead goal, which would hold up as the game-winner.

Okanagan Hockey Academy vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy U16 Prep

Jed Lake gave Pacific Coast Hockey Academy a 1-0 lead in the first period, which held until the third. However, Okanagan Hockey Academy picked up their eighth win of the season, with third period goals from Tucker Robertson on the powerplay and Jordan Margerison late in the frame. Connor Nicolson turned aside 33 shots to pick up his sixth win of the season in net for OHA.

Notre Dame (1) vs Edge School (10)  U15 Prep

Edge School put 10 goals on the board en route to their 10th win of the season. Cruz Pavao had a six-point effort, with a goal and five assists, while Brendan Rudolph registered a hat-trick scoring two goals and adding two helpers. Chris Wright scored twice and added two assists for Edge in the game. The lone goal for Notre Dame came off the stick of Carter Hudyma.

RHA Winnipeg (8) vs Edge School (2) U16 Prep

RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg scored four times in the first period, and added four more throughout the game. Remy Hlady opened the scoring with his eighth of the season for RHA Winnipeg, while Kaleb Dewar’s fourth goal of the year held up as the eventual game-winner. Brady Low made 13 saves on 15 shots to pick up the win between the pipes for RHA Winnipeg.

Indigenous Sports Academy (0) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (4) U17 Prep

Avery Johnson scored twice for Prairie Hockey Academy, so too did Lukas Borne. All four PHA goals were scored on the powerplay. Avery added two assists for a four-point performance, while Chance Cole added three assists in the win. Luke McKechnie made 26 saves between the pipes to record the shutout.

Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (0) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (7) U17 Prep

Forward Jacob Selent (1G, 2A) and defenceman Theo Patrick (3A) led all skaters with three points while Hudson Closson (1G, 1A), Wyatt Danyleyko (2A), Charlie Grant (1G, 1A), and David Hoy (2G) all recorded multi-point games for OHA in a 7-0 win. Ryan Tamelin (29/29) earned his first shutout of the season. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) vs St. George’s School (2) U15

Caiden Osiowy-Mah opened the scoring 1:03 into the first with his eighth goal of the season. Jonathan Beraldin and Aaron Castro would score second period tallies for St. George’s as they grabbed a 2-1 lead heading into the third. Brody Bradshaw would score just 11 seconds into the third to tie the game and Cole Schellenberg would score with less than four minutes remaining to give OHA the 3-2 victory. 

International Hockey Academy (5/SO) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep

The two teams would trade first period goals before IHA would grab a 4-3 lead heading into the third. Bryson Aikens (2G) would tie the game with a ‘Michigan Goal’ with less than seven minutes remaining to force OT. After a scoreless OT Gavin Garland (1G, 1A)would score the lone shootout goal, and Rio Kroeker (38/42) would stop all three PHA shooters. 

BWC Academy (3) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (1) U18 Prep

Peyton Mithmuangneau opened the scoring on the powerplay with his fourth goal of the season. Liam Hoff would extend the lead early in the second with a powerplay marker of his own. Lance Insko would bring CDA within one with his sixth of the season, but a Ryder Mcintosh (1G, 1A) goal 1:29 into the third would give BWC Academy some breathing room, in an eventual 3-1 win. 

South Alberta Hockey Academy (2) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (0) U18 Prep

Kadon McCann (1G, 1A) and Nate Colbert each found the back of the net, Elias Eisenbarth (2A) recorded two assists and Zach Zahara (38/38) stopped all 38 shots he faced as SAHA defeated NAX 2-0. Vaughn Kaliel (40/42) was in net for NAX in the loss. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (6) vs Delta Hockey Academy (9) U17 Prep

Jackson DeGraves (4G, 1A) and Isa Guram (1G, 3A) led all skaters with five and four points respectively as Delta beat PCHA 9-6 in a high scoring affair. Kaleb Hartmann (1G, 2A) and Damian Kravcak (1G, 2A) each had three point games while Armaan Kaila (18/24) was in net for the win. Noah Gebicki (2G, 1A) and Parker MacDougall (2G, 1A) each scored twice for PCHA in the loss. 

Northern Alberta Xtreme (2) vs Edge School (5) U17 Prep

In a battle of two undefeated teams NAX outshot Edge 46-20 but it was Edge who came out on top with a 5-2 victory. Tyler Deakos (2G) and Logan Murray (2G) each scored twice, Ben Binder-Nord (3A) recorded three assists and Jungsoo Park (44/46) stood tall for Edge in the win. Eric Giesbrecht and Finn Kallay scored for NAX in the loss. 

OHA Edmonton (2/OT) vs Notre Dame (1) U17 Prep

Reese Hicks scored the lone first period goal for OHA Edmonton and it took until 4:47 remaining for Elliot Cantin to tie the game and force OT. In OT Dylan Konschuh would score to give OHA Edmonton the win. Logan Sawatzky (27/28) earned the win for OHA Edmonton while Logan Salamondra (45/47) was in net for Notre Dame for the loss. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) vs St. George’s School (4) U18 Prep

Kayden Clarke opened the scoring for OHA early in the first and Jesse Fader (1G, 1A) tied the game early in the second. Tim Schutz would re-give OHA the lead late in the second, but Luka Shcherbyna (2G) would tie it on the powerplay with two seconds remaining in the frame. Shcherbyna would score with 4:39 remaining to give St. George’s their first lead of the game, and Ben Sutton (1G, 1A) would secure the win just two minutes later. 

RHA Kelowna (2) vs Yale Hockey Academy (3/SO) U17 Prep

RHA Kelowna would hold a 2-0 lead early in the second thanks to goals from Brayden Holberton and Kelsen Podworny. But Yale would fight back thanks to a second period goal from Kyounghun Oh and an early third period goal from Marco Depedrina. After neither team could find the back of the net in OT, Nate Stevens (28/30) would stop both RHA Kelowna shooters and Ilija Majkic (2A) and Levi Benson would beat Liam Russell (30/32) for the Yale shootout victory. 

RHA Winnipeg (1) vs Edge School (2) U18 Prep

Hayden Paupanekis would open the scoring for RHA Winnipeg just 1:35 into the first but goals from Carter Klippenstein and Miles Cooper would give Edge a 2-1 win. Ben Polhill (25/26) made 25 stops for the win, while Ethan Simcoe (37/39) was in net for RHA Winnipeg in the loss. 

International Hockey Academy (5) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (4) U17 Prep

Zane Price opened the scoring 1:56 into the game for PMHA but Kayden Big Plume (1G, 1A) responded exactly two minutes later and Jacob Horb (2G, 2A) gave IHA the lead midway through the first. A goal by Sam Takahaski would see things tied heading into the second. After both teams scored once in the middle frame. Noa Halat (1G, 1A) and Horb would score back to back goals to give IHA a 5-3 advantage. Brendan Hurley (2G, 1A) would strike late for PMHA to bring them within one, but Luca Stegmann (25/29) would keep the door shut the rest of the way.

Edge School (6) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (3) U15

NAX outshot Edge 40-31 but a 37 save performance by Carsten Leyerzapf (37/40) was enough to give Edge a 6-3 victory. Mirco Dufour (2G) scored twice and Nathan Cole (1G, 1A) and James Matheos (2A) each had multi point games for Edge. Harry Mattern (1G, 1A) led the NAX offence while Daniel Marsden (25/30) was in net for NAX in the loss.