North Shore Warriors (5) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (3) U18 Prep
Both teams traded chances and goals through the first two periods of play. Isaiah Felix, Justin Shih (PP) and Sandy Tattuinee scored for Pilot Mound Hockey Academy, while Wake Purdy, Adam Valach (PP) and Avery Hewson (PP) would respond for the North Shore Warriors. With the game tied 3-3 heading into the third period, Rayne Jameson scored the go-ahead goal on the power-play and Valach (2G) added an empty-netter to help seal it for North Shore.
Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (3) vs Wenatchee Wild (4) U18 Prep
Wenatchee Wild 18U played Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy and got on the offensive right away in the first period. Luca Petroni (3G, 1A) opened the scoring (9:36) and added another tally in the opening twenty-minutes to give the Wild a 2-0 lead. Petroni would complete the hat-trick scoring 12:16 into the second period. In response, Ripley Garden (2G) scored two power-play goals for CDA and Lance Insko tied the game 3-3 at 11:27 of the third period. With overtime looming however, Logan Nagle lit the lamp for Wenatchee to lift them to victory.
Delta Hockey Academy U17 (0) vs Delta Hockey Academy U18 (4) Female U18 Prep
Jordan Baxter (1G, 2A) scored her seventh goal of the season to open the scoring for DHA U18. A goal in the final second of the period (19:59) from London McDavid (1G, 1A) would extend the lead to 2-0. Goals from Sarah Webster and Brooke Norkus put the game out of reach. Delta U18 goaltenders, Tayler Cohen (9/9) and Maisie Cope (9/9) turned aside 18 total shots in a platoon shutout effort.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (4 SO) vs Notre Dame (3) U18 Prep
Notre Dame hit the scoresheet early and often in the first period, led by captain Maclean Cooney (2G) who got the Hounds on the board 1:21 into the game and added a power-play tally (12:32) midway through the period, as well. Okanagan Hockey Academy was trailing by a goal late in the second period, until Presley Kerner scored to tie the game 3-3. (18:48). After a scoreless third period, extra time was needed. Eventually, in the shootout, Emmitt Nordin scored to put OHA ahead while goaltender Jesse Sanche stopped all three Hounds shooters for the win.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) vs International Hockey Academy (1) U18 Prep
Landon Mackie (1G, 1A) scored, unassisted, in the first period to give Pacific Coast Hockey Academy the early 1-0 lead. In the second period, Evan Causgrove found the back of the net, tying the game for International Hockey Academy. The game remained tied until the final frame, when Carson Lesiuk potted the eventual game winner with his fifth of the season. Ryan Parker was busy between the pipes for PCHA, turning aside 48 of 49 shots to earn the win.
Indigenous Sports Academy (1) vs International Hockey Academy (3) U17 Prep
International Hockey Academy (3-3-0) pulled back to .500 on the season, defeating Indigenous Sports Academy on Saturday. Luca Dafour, Ayaan Vira (PP) and Kayden Big Plume all scored for IHA while the lone goal for ISA came off the stick of Jake Yakubowski, for his first of the season. Luca Stegmann stopped 40 of 41 shots he faced to register the win.
Notre Dame (3 OT) vs BWC Academy (2) U16 Prep
It was a scoreless first period, but both teams traded goals throughout the rest of the game, leaving the score tied 2-2 after regulation. Koby Brossaer (2G) and Michael Donovan scored goals for Notre Dame, while BWC Academy converted twice on the powerplay with tallies from Kieran Wilkie and Nicholas Drapack. Overtime was needed, where in the extra frame Brossaer picked up his second goal of the game to win it for the Hounds.
North Shore Warriors (0) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (5) U15 Prep
Drew Stinka (2G) scored twice for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy, including the game-winner, while the powerplay converted two times in the third period for PCHA. Logan Alexei Booth picked up his first win of the season between the pipes, stopping all 37-shots he faced. (37/37).
Delta Hockey Academy (3 OT) vs OHA Edmonton (2) U18 Prep
Chase Harrington (2G) got the scoring started in the first period for Delta Hockey Academy, netting his third goal of the season (8:23). OHA Edmonton answered back in the middle frame, with back-to-back goals scored by Julien Maze and Landen McFadden. Late in the second, Daniel Zhou capitalized on the power-play to tie the game 2-2, and after a scoreless third period, overtime would be required. It took just 0:36 seconds into the extra frame to end the game, when Chase Harrington lit the lamp to win the game with his second goal of the contest.
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (8) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (2) U18 Prep
Hudson Kibblewhite (2G, 3A) led the way offensively for RINK Hockey Academy with Reegan Kominko (3G, 1A) adding a hat-trick and a four-point effort and Joseph Melichar (3A) added three assists in the win. Evan Gardner (2-1-0) made 35-saves between the pipes to register his second win of the season for RHA Kelowna.
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (4 OT) vs Shawnigan Lake School (3) Female U18 Prep
Arnica Bulmer (PP) and Mikayla Boarder scored in the first period to give Shawnigan Lake School the 2-0 lead after twenty minutes. RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna battled back in the second period, however, with three unanswered goals from Janelle Evans, Maddie Leaney and Keana Parker would put RHA Kelowna out front 3-2. The lead would only last 0:24 seconds as Dawson Benson scored for Shawnigan Lake to tie the game 3-3. A scoreless third period led to extra time that lasted just 0:50 seconds, as Chloe Primerano scored her fifth goal of the season to seal it for RHA Kelowna.
Edge School (2) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (4) U16 Prep
Evan Martin and Evan Plewes gave Edge School an early 2-0 lead in the game. However, RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna would cut into the lead late in the first period (18:02) on the power-play with a goal from Owen Downey. The momentum would continue in the second period for RHA Kelowna, scoring the tying goal off the stick of Riley Pederson and the go-ahead goal scored shorthanded by Tristan Bailey. Aidan Fisher added the insurance marker in the third period as RHA Kelowna doubled up Edge School.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (3) vs OHA Edmonton (4) U15
Jack Kibblewhite had Northern Alberta Xtreme on the board early, with a first period goal, but four unanswered goals from OHA Edmonton put NAX down by three in the third period. Jihwan Kim, Carter Yerxa, Liam Morison and Lucas Morin all found the back of the net for OHAE. NAX made it close, scoring twice in the final period with goals from Blake Wilejto and Memphis Adeniken which made it 4-3. Cole Chorostkowski would shut the door the rest of the way, en route to a 45-save performance in net for OHA Edmonton.
Yale Hockey Academy (6) vs Shawnigan Lake School (4) U17 Prep
Yale Hockey Academy trailed 1-0 after twenty minutes, after Brandon Kendall scored to put Shawnigan Lake School ahead. However, in the second period, YHA answered back with four goals to lead 4-2 after forty minutes. Levi Benson would score the eventual game-winner 0:49 seconds into the third period and Kyounghun Oh scored into the empty net as Yale Hockey Academy held on for the win.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (5) vs Edge School (2) U15 Prep
A scoreless first period gave way to an offensive outburst in the second, with Northern Alberta Xtreme scoring four times. Jordan Duguay, Maddox Rose, Daxon Rudolph and Tucker Tullikopf all found the back of the net for NAX. Parker Snell (4-0-0) is now unbeaten in four starts in net this season, making 26-saves for the win.
RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (11) vs Notre Dame (3) U15 Prep
Trystan Hunter (3G, 1A) scored a natural hat-trick in the first period, and Maddox Malmquist (3G) also added a hat-trick for Rink Hockey Academy Winnipeg in the game, with seven other RHA Winnipeg skaters registering multipoint games against Notre Dame. Goaltender Chase Charriere turned aside 31 of 34 shots he faced for the win between the pipes.
BWC Academy (7) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) U17 Prep
Damien Fraser opened the scoring 4:26 into the first for PCHA but Hunter Henry would respond a minute later, starting a run of five straight first period goals for BWC Academy. The two teams would trade second period goals as BWC Academy would outshoot PCHA 49-30 in a 7-3 win. Daniel Morozov (1G, 2A) led all skaters with three points, while Nathan Kam stopped 27 of 30 shots for the win.
BWC Academy (3/OT) vs Edge School (2) U18 Prep
Edge outshot BWC Academy 58-28 but it was BWC Academy who would earn the 3-2 overtime win. Carter Lundie (2G) would score the lone first period goal, and a shorthanded Michael Gallant goal in the second would give BWC Academy a 2-0 lead after 40. Cole Fisher would score early in the third to give Edge life, and Yibin Yoo would tie the game just minutes later. Lundie would be the overtime hero for BWC Academy, scoring a breakaway goal with 1:10 left in the extra frame. Massimo Urbani (56/58) picked up the win in net for BWC Academy.
Yale Hockey Academy (2) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep
Justin Ivanusec (1G, 1A) opened the scoring for Yale just 44 seconds in but Gavin McKenna’s (2G, 1A) fifth of the season midway through the first saw the two teams knotted at 1-1 after 20. Ryan Miller (1G, 1A) would score the lone second period goal for SAHA before Luke Cozens (1G, 1A) would tie the game late in the third. But McKenna would score with just 29 seconds left and Kadon McCann would add an empty netter as SAHA defeated Yale 4-2.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (4) vs RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (1) Female U18 Prep
Tea Pearce (1G, 1A) would score just 25 seconds in, Brianna Finke (2G) would score twice and Maddy Ferguson (32/33) would make 32 saves as SAHA defeated RHA Winnipeg 4-1. Katelyn Dorsch (16/19) made 16 saves for RHA Winnipeg, while Zoe Cramer scored their lone goal in the third period.
North Shore Warriors (4/OT) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (3) U16 Prep
PHA held a 3-0 lead midway through the third thanks to goals from Asher Watson, Dylan Hallborg, and Henry Thunderblanket (1G, 1A). But Brandin Cronin and Cameron Collins (2G) would score goals 18 seconds apart and Matteo Paradiso (1G, 3A) would add another with just 34 seconds left as North Shore forced OT. In overtime Collins would score with just 10 seconds left as NSW completed the comeback.
Yale Hockey Academy (6) vs St. George’s School (4) U15
Byron Chin (1G, 1A) gave St. George’s a lead midway through the first but Yale would score four straight goals enroute to a 6-4 victory. Alexander Allen (1G, 1A) and Aaron Castro would score early in the third to bring St. George’s within one, but Macguire Newman would add a late tally to secure the Yale victory. Seth Castronuovo (2G, 1A) and Adrian Comeau (4A) paced the way offensively for Yale, while Aiden Lazazzera stopped 30 of 34 in net.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) vs BWC Academy (5) U15
Maxx Parfitt (1G, 1A) scored his eighth of the season just 15 seconds in as OHA held the early lead. But Connor Liu and Kayden Pratt would respond for BWC Academy as they held a 2-1 advantage after 20. Cameron Zonailo would score the lone second period marker and Bruce Zhong would score 41 seconds into the second for BWC Academy. Ethan Dimand would score minutes later to bring OHA within two, but a shorthanded empty net goal by Grayson Tash secured the BWC Academy win.
Delta Hockey Academy Black (8) vs Shawnigan Lake School (2) U15 Prep
Delta would outshoot Shawnigan 49-28 and outscore them 8-2 as they earned their first win of the season.Anthony Drover (1G, 2A), Waylon Gardipy (2G, 1A), Cameron Kuzma (3A), and Dylan Lappin (1G, 2A) all recorded three points for Delta in the win. Korbin Rodel made 26 saves and recorded an assist in the win. Ethan Naus scored both Shawnigan goals.
Shawnigan Lake School (3/SO) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (2) U18 Prep
Jonatan Raatikainen (2G) opened the scoring for Shawnigan just 1:42 into the first before Jason Huang tied the game exactly five minutes later. Raatikainen would score the lone second period goal, before a Kayden Longley (1G, 1A) marker would even the scoring midway through the third. After an uneventful overtime, five of the eight shooters would score in the shootout, with Matt Patry scoring the game winning goal.
St. George’s School (1) vs RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg U18 Prep
In a goaltending battle Liam Hallet (26/26) stopped all 26 shots he faced to earn the 1-0 shutout victory. Burke Hood stopped 34/35, with a Louie Sim marker 4:24 into the third being the lone goal of the game.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep
David Hoy (2G, 1A) scored 1:18 in and OHA outshot CDA 47-27 in a 4-1 win. OHA scored four straight goals before Aaron Romance broke Ryan Tamelin’s (26/27) shutout bid 11:39 into the third. Hudson Closson (2G) scored the other two OHA goals, beating Zane Hill (43/47).
OHA Edmonton (5) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (0) U16 Prep
Ethan Myhre stopped all 29 shots he faced and Cale Chimera (2A), Eastyn Dimond (1G, 1A), and Ryder Naim (1G, 1A) all recorded multi point games for OHA Edmonton. Callum Campbell, Nicholas Rowney and Ryan Weaver scored the other OHA Edmonton goals. Callahan Cowan stopped 33 of the 38 shots he faced in the PCHA net.
Delta Hockey Academy (4/OT) vs RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (3) U16 Prep
Hudson Brehault, Tate Dolinsky (1G, 1A), and Kaleb Dewar would all score for RHA Winnipeg in the first period as they held a 3-1 lead after 20. Dylan Lazaroff would score on the power play late in the second to bring Delta within one, and Nicholas Campbell (2G) would tie the game midway through the second. After tying the game, Campbell would score the game winner with just 21 seconds left in overtime. Jake Poblete made 45 stops to earn the win.