October 14, 2022
OHA Edmonton (2) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (7) U15 Prep
Patrick Sopiarz scored 2:02 in to give OHA Edmonton an early lead but Jordan Duguay would respond 23 seconds later, starting a run of four straight NAX goals. Rylan Daley would halt the run with 33 seconds left in the second, but Maddox Rose (2G) would score 22 seconds later, with one second left in the third, to re-gain the NAX three goal lead. NAX would add two more third period goals to secure a 7-2 win.
North Shore Warriors (1) vs Notre Dame (3) U18 Prep
Walty Pedersen (3G) opened the scoring with a shorthanded marker before adding a power play goal three minutes later as Notre Dame held a 2-0 lead after 20. Dawson Cote would get North Shore on the board in the second but Pedersen would record a hattrick later in the period to give Notre Dame a 3-1 lead. Josh Muir (20/21) would shut the door in the third to ensure the Notre Dame win.
Wenatchee Wild (2) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (6) U18 Prep
Pacific Coast outshot Wenatchee 39-25 in a 6-2 win Friday morning. Noah Kosick (4A) led all skaters with four points while teammate Carson Lesiuk (3G) and Landon Mackie (1G, 2A) each recorded three points. Brayden Pankey and Luca Petroni scored for Wenatchee, as Chayse Johnson stopped 23 of 25 in net for PCHA.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (6) vs St. Mary’s Academy (3) Female U18 Prep
Tea Pearce (3G, 3A) and Brooklynne Painter (1G, 1A) scored first period goals as SAHA jumped out to a 3-0 lead. Charlotte Buffie and Norah Andronyk (1G, 1A) would swap second period goals as SAHA lead 4-1 after 40. Brianna Finke would score early in the third for SAHA, before Kate Chuback would respond two minutes later to bring St. Mary’s back within three. Pearce, who would factor in on all six SAHA goals, would score her hattrick goal shorthanded midway through the frame to give SAHA the 6-2 advantage, and eventual win. Letta Mattheos would score a late consolation goal for St. Mary’s.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (0) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (8) U18 Prep
OHA fired a whopping 74 shots at Miles Gordon (66/74) and Sharky Nowek (10/10) faced just 10 shots to pick up his first win and shutout of the season. Sidney Brill (2A), Kayden Clarke (1G, 1A), Presley Kerner (1G, 1A), Chris Kilduff (1G, 1A) Emmett Nordin (2A) and Tim Schutz (2A), and Hunter Sellers (1G, 1A) all recorded multi point games.
Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (3) vs International Hockey Academy (8) U18 Prep
IHA went 2 for 3 on the power play and outshot CDA 52-21 in a 8-3 win. A back and forth first period would see IHA lead 4-2 after 20. Three more IHA goals, and one CDA, in the second would see the lead extended to 7-3. Devon Winder (2G, 1A) would add the lone goal of the third as the game ended 8-3. Max Sullivan (6A) and Braxton Thornton (2G, 2A) led all skaters in points.
OHA Edmonton (1) vs Yale Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep
Steven Foster (1G, 1A) got Yale on the board just 1:59 in and Michael Dowdall (1G, 1A) would score his first of the season near the end of the period to give Yale a 2-0 lead. Spencer Brazel would score a shorthanded marker for OHA Edmonton early in the second, but Ben Kindel (2G, 1A) and Jordan Martin (1G, 1A) would respond for YHA to earn a 5-1 win.
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (1) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep
Nick McLennan (1G, 1A) scored just 55 seconds in and Julien Laqua and Kolby Gapter added first period goals as SAHA jumped out to an early lead. After a scoreless second Kade Duell scored early in the third, before Jace Harder scored a PP goal to get RHA Kelowna on the board. But Brett Calhoon (1G, 1A) would score exactly four minutes later to secure the SAHA win. Zach Zahara stopped 37 of 38 to earn the win, while Evan Gardner (29/34) was in net for RHA Kelowna.
Notre Dame (2) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (6) U16 Prep
Dylan Crawley and Bradley Schmidt scored first period markers for OHA who held a 2-0 advantage after 20. Notre Dame would tie the game just 7:33 into the second thanks to goals from Koby Bossaer and Emanual Ganz. But Jacob Leamy, Jordan Margerison and Ty Quang would all score to close out the second and give OHA a 5-2 lead. A lone third period goal from Cameron Norrie and 20 saves from Conner Nicolson (20/22) would give OHA a 6-2 win.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (10) vs North Shore Warriors (2) U15
OHA would defeat North Shore 10-2 to improve to 4-1-0 on the season. Griffin Hoy (2G), Caiden Osiowy-Mah (2G) and Cooper Vogt (2G) all scored twice for OHA while Brody McLean (1G, 4A), Rylan Bengert (4A) and Maxx Parfitt (1G, 3A) led all skaters. Elias Beselt scored twice for North Shore in the loss.
Prairie Hockey Academy (4) vs Delta Hockey Academy (9) U18 Prep
Both teams would fire 36 shots on net but Brendan Gee (32/36) would win the goaltending battle as Delta defeated PHA 9-4. Prairie opened the scoring just 2:44 into the game with a Jace Bymoen goal, but Jack Bakker (5G) would take over the game, scoring an impressive five goals. Chase Harrington (1G, 3A) and Brogan Mcneil (1G, 3A) each recorded four point nights for Delta. Bryson Aikens (1G, 1A) and Matty Healey (1G, 1A) paced the PHA offence.
St. George’s School (3) vs Edge School (5) U18 Prep
Terik Parascak scored his first of the season to give Edge the early lead, before Connor Pankratz and Alex Cordero would score early second period goals to give St. George’s the 2-1 lead. An Ashton Gallagher second period goal would tie the game heading into the third. In the third Gallagher and Hayden Harsanyi would score less than a minute apart, and Yibin Yoo would add an empty netter to give Edge a 5-3 win. Noah Davis stopped 22 of 25 in net for Edge, while Jaiden Sharrma (36/39) was in net for St. George’s.
Prairie Hockey Academy (3) vs BWC Academy (7) U16 Prep
Blaise Jorgensen (2G) opened the scoring for Prairie Hockey Academy just 0:48 seconds into the game and added another midway through the second period. However, BWC Academy would get power-play goals from Cooper Stockdale and Aidan Mark (2G), with a four-point performance from Christian Revel (1G, 3A) to lead the offense. Goaltender Mitchell Pearce made 40 saves to register the win between the pipes.
Delta Hockey Academy (1) vs Edge School (3) U16 Prep
The game was tied through two periods of play, after goals scored by Ethan Ebuenga (1G,1A) for Edge School and Rylan Clark for Delta Hockey Academy. The second period was littered with penalty minutes from both teams and yet the score remained tied 1-1 going into the third. The go-ahead goal was scored just 0:57 seconds into the final frame by Edge forward Sawyer Samycia, followed up by an empty-netter from Lincoln Martin late to seal it.
RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (11) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (0) U15 Prep
Zach Lansard (3G) registered a hat-trick for Rink Hockey Academy Winnipeg, while River Arnason (2G, 2A) and Trystan Hunter (1G, 3A) added four points each in the win. Peyton Shore wasn’t overly tested in net for RHA Winnipeg, but still turned aside all 11 shots each faced to register the shutout.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (3) vs BWC Academy (9) U18 Prep
BWC Academy scored seven times in the second period, which eventually earned them the win against Northern Alberta Xtreme. Peyton Mithmuangneua (3G) registered a hat-trick in the middle frame, with two of those goals coming on the power-play. Additionally, Liam Payne (2G) scored twice in the second period and Carter Lundie (3A) added three helpers for NAX.
RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (3) vs Shawnigan Lake School (2) U18 Prep
Cole Patterson (2G) opened the scoring for Shawnigan Lake School in the first period and added another tally midway through the third period, however, RINK Hockey Academy had an answer. Owen Martin and Hayden Paupanekis scored late in the second period for Shawnigan Lake School and Cale Cairns netted the game-winner in the third period to give Shawnigan a 3-2 decision. Ethan Simcoe stopped 26 of 28 shots to record the ‘W’.
Shawnigan Lake School (1) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (4) Female U18 Prep
Anya Porter gave Shawnigan Lake School the lead in the first period with a goal 3:52 into the game. RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna answered back, however, with four unanswered goals to pick up the win. Mikayla Blomqusit scored shorthanded 0:16 seconds into the second period, and scored the eventual game-winner minutes later for RHA Kelowna. Goaltender Eva Filippova turned aside 24 of 25 shots for the win.
BWC Academy (0) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep
The lone goal of the game was scored by Pacific Coast Hockey Academy forward Jack (Douglas) Bodel at 5:43 of the second period. Josh Vallee turned aside 38 of 39 shots for BWC Academy in the loss, while Koen Cleaver stopped all 49 shots he faced to register the shutout.
Indigenous Sports Academy (3) vs Edge School (8) U17 Prep
The score was 1-1 in the first minute of the game. Stajyn Laird scored just 0:41 seconds into the first period to give Indigenous Sports Academy the lead but Tyler Deakos (3G, 2A) scored seconds later (0:53) to tie the game for Edge School. Deakos went on to a 5-point night, registering a hat-trick with two assists.
OHA Edmonton (2) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (3 OT) U16 Prep
A powerplay goal from Eastyn Dimond early in the second period (2:19) gave OHA Edmonton the lead but RINK Hockey Academy responded with goals from Julian Galenza and Cole Serdachny to take a 2-1 lead into the third. OHA Edmonton would tie the game with a lone third period goal, scored by Nicholas Rowney, forcing overtime. In the extra frame, Julian Galenza found the back of the net, scoring his second goal of the game to give RHA Kelowna the O.T. win.
RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (8) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (0) U16 Prep
RINK Hockey Academy scored four goals in the first period and added four more in the third period for a commanding victory over Pacific Coast Hockey Academy. Remy Hlady (2G) had two goals in the game, while Avery Samels (1G, 2A) and James Franklin (3A) registered three-point nights. Goaltender Brant Catellier made 16 saves to register the shutout.
Yale Hockey Academy (5 OT) vs BWC Academy (4) U15
Matteo Di Stefano (2G) scored back-to-back goals in the second period, while Treyton Frizzell and Shaun Hildebrandt lit the lamp to round out the scoring for Yale Hockey Academy through regulation. Connor Lui scored twice for BWC Academy, including a powerplay marker, and overtime was needed to determine a winner. It took just 0:26 seconds for Seth Castronuovo to find the back of the net to win the game for YHA.