Shawnigan Lake School at Pacific Coast Hockey Academy U15 Prep
The lone game on October 14, Shawnigan Lake led Pacific Coast 3-2 heading into what would be a wild third period. Pacific Coast would score three straight third period goals, including one 59 seconds in, to take a 5-3 lead. Shawnigan Lake would battle back, bringing themselves within one 55 seconds after Pacific Coast took a two goal lead. Shawnigan would tie the game a minute and a half later to force overtime. A late Hudson Closson (2G) penalty (Pacific Coast) would give Shawnigan a powerplay to start the extra frame, where Eliot Compton would score the eventual winner just 41 seconds in. Brendyn Van Oene (3G) and Jackson Rauh (2G) would pace the Shawnigan offence, while Jace McFaul (3A) would lead the way for Pacific Coast.
Notre Dame (1) at Edge School (4) U18 Prep
The power-play was the difference in the game for Edge, striking twice in the third period, while Dylan Kinch scored his fourth of the season at 14:43 of the final frame, which proved to be the game-winner. Notre Dame forward Wyatt Davis would break Benjamin Polhill’s shutout bid in the final minute (19:03 PP), but the 2006 born goaltender picked up his second win of the season with a 27-save performance.
Shawnigan Lake School (8) at West Van Academy (3) U18 Prep
Shawnigan Lake School scored twice shorthanded on the same power-play in the first period, with a goal from Cole Patterson (6:04) and then from Zachary Johnson (6:40), who found the back of the net just 36-seconds later to give Shawnigan the 2-0 lead early. In total, seven different skaters scored goals for Shawnigan, including Dylan Compton (1G,4A) who added four assists for a 5-point night.
Bourget U18 (5 OT) at Okanagan Hockey Ontario (4) U18 Eastern
Overtime was needed between Bourget College and Okanagan Hockey Ontario. Émile Tremblay extended his point streak to six games (6G, 11Pts.) with two goals on the night. He opened the scoring at 6:09 of the first period, and then closed out the scoring with his second goal, just 42-seconds into overtime. Despite suffering the loss, Scott Rodrigue gave Okanagan Hockey Ontario a chance to win, making 47 saves throughout the game.
Prairie Hockey Academy (2) at International Hockey Academy (3) U18 Prep
Chad Shindel opened the scoring in the first period, then Reid Tofteland and Kyle Frederico added two more in the second, to give International Hockey Academy a healthy 3-0 lead. However, Prairie Hockey Academy would respond midway through the second period with a power-play marker from Seungpyo Cho, followed up by a goal from Ethan Dekay to cut the lead to one. Braxton Singleton shut the door the rest of the way, putting on a clinic between the pipes for IHA, making 46 saves for the win.
RINK Kelowna (3) at Yale Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep
Samuel (Brodie) Pearson (2G) opened the scoring for RINK Kelowna early in the game (3:46) but Yale Hockey Academy took control from there. Jordan Keller tied the game late in the first period (17:36) followed up by three-straight tallies in the second period from Caleb Hadland, Connor Dale (PP), and Logan Wormald (SH). RINK Kelowna scored twice in the third period to make it close, but a goal from Nolan Viesner into the empty net sealed it for Yale Hockey Academy.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (2) at OHA Edmonton (3) U18 Prep
After forty minutes of play OHA Edmonton was up 2-0 from goals by Carter Will and then Zane Saab, who extended the lead with the lone goal in the second period (0:54). South Alberta Hockey Academy responded in the third period, however. Braxton Thornton scored his second goal of the season (7:59) and Aiden Oiring scored shortly after (9:13) to tie the game 2-2. With overtime looming, Jack Lambert made the most of his opportunity with the puck on his stick, scoring the game-winner in the final minute (19:20) for the OHA Edmonton win.
International Hockey Academy (2) at Notre Dame (8) U17 Prep
IHA scored less than three minutes into the game as the first period saw a flurry of action with six goals scored, ultimately leaving Notre Dame up 4-2. Notre Dame would go on to score the next four goals, including three power-play and one shorthanded, defeating IHA 8-2. Defenseman Aden Murray led all skaters with three points (1G,2A) and Gabriel Bugeaud scored twice for Notre Dame.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (1) at RINK Kelowna (4) U16 Prep
RINK Kelowna improved to 8-0-0 on the season, defeating OHA 4-1. Logan Hamilton (2G) and Callum Stone (1G,1A) each recorded multi point games, and Gavin Pomeroy made 24 saves to earn his sixth win of the season. Kayden Clarke scored the lone OHA goal, while Landon Garbitt stopped 24 of the 27 shots he faced.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) at Delta Hockey Academy (8) U18 Prep
Colton Schmidt scored 27 seconds in to give OHA an early lead but Delta would rally, scoring three straight on route to a 8-4 win. A wild second period saw seven total goals scored in a game which OHA outshot Delta 29-26. Peyton Mithmuangneau scored twice in the win, while teammates Niko Tsakumis (3A) and Alexander Sandhu (1G,2A) each tallied three points. Nolan Bowsher finished with a goal and an assist for OHA in the loss.
Edge School (3) at RINK Winnipeg (6) U15 Prep
RINK Winnipeg scored two goals in the first 5:20 to jump to an early lead, but two goals of their own in the first five minutes of the second tied the game at 2. RINK Winnipeg would go on to score the next four goals, eventually beating Edge 6-3. Connor Bear (2G,1A) and Peyton Kettles (1G,1A) led the way offensively and Brant Catellier made 22 saves in the win for RHA Winnipeg. Nathan Behm and Logan Murray each scored and added an assist in the loss for Edge.
RINK Kelowna (3/SO) at Shawnigan Lake School (2) Female U18 Prep
Sara Swiderski scored her second goal of the season 35 seconds in to give RHA Kelowna an early lead, but Mikayla Boarder would score two minutes later to tie the game. Jade Iginla (RINK Kelowna) would score the lone second period goal, before Abby Whitworth would score late in the third to tie it. Overtime would solve nothing, before Janelle Evans would score the only goal in the shootout to give RHA Kelowna the win. Margaux Favre made 17 saves in the win, while Jamie Cluff made 36 saves in the loss.
Edge School (9) at Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (0) U17 Prep
Edge went 2-3 on the power play and Ashton Gallagher scored four goals as Edge beat Pilot Mound 9-0 in a U17 Prep matchup. Five of the nine Edge goals came in the final 20 minutes, putting up 20 shots in the final frame, outshooting Pilot Mound 50-17. Jettson Koch had a hat trick and an assist and Bryan Kim tallied three assists in the win.
RINK Winnipeg (3) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (6) U18 Prep
Backed by a five goal third period NAX defeated RINK Winnipeg 6-3. Six different skaters scored for NAX, with all six of them scoring their first goals of the season. Bret Hymers, Zackary Shantz, Teydon Trembecky, and Reid Varkonyi all finished with a goal and Logan Cunningham stopped 32 shots in the win. London Hoilett paced the way for RHA Winnipeg, tallying two assists. Donovan Bodnar made 27 saves in the loss.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) at BWC Academy (3/SO) U15 Prep
Peyton Dorman and Adam Boatter (1A) each scored in the shootout and Nathan Kam stopped two of three shooters as BWC Academy won 3-2 over OHA. Defenseman Ruben Stone (OHA) was the lone skater to record multiple points, finishing with a goal and an assist. Each team was able to capitalize once on the powerplay.
Prairie Hockey Academy (0) at Notre Dame (7) U15 Prep
Notre Dame scored three goals in the first and four in the third to skate to a 7-0 win over Prairie in an all Saskatchewan matchup. The Hounds went 3 for 8 on the power play and outshot Prairie 50-24. Netminder Xavier Bussiere earned the shutout victory for Notre Dame who were led offensively by John Adlys (2G), Jakob Boekelder (2A), Connor Dunn (2A), Carter Ellsworth (1G,1A), Alexis Lavigne (1G,1A) and Kade McIvor (1G,3A).