Game Day Recap – October 2, 2021

Yale Hockey Academy (4) vs Delta Hockey Academy U15 (1)

It was scoreless through 40 minutes before Yale forward, Ilija Majkic, scored 3:26 into the third period and then added another at 10:30 to put the Lions up 2-0. Delta cut into the lead with a goal from Dane Pyatt, but that was all the offense they could muster. Levi Benson and Tommy Lafreniere (EN) added goals for Yale and goaltender, Aidan Eskit, turned aside 21 of 22 shots for the win.

Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) vs BWC Academy (3) U15

OHA showed no quit as they overcame a 3-1 deficit, scoring three straight third period goals to earn a 4-3 victory. Micah Davidson was spectacular in net, stopping 41 of 44 and Nate Macphee (1G,1A) scored the eventual game winner with four minutes left in the third period. Jake Banicevic had a goal and an assist in the loss for BWC. 

RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (9) vs West Van Academy (3) U15

Griffin Sanderson made 29 saves as RINK Kelowna outshot West Van 62-32 in a 9-3 win. Owen Downey was the offensive catalyst for RINK Kelowna, scoring four goals. Cruz Waltze opened the scoring just 35 seconds in for RINK Kelowna, and Downey scored just over a minute later. Mowat Sweet made 52 saves in the loss for West Van. 

Edge School (8) vs OHA Edmonton (3) U15

Edge scored four goals in the first period including three in the first six minutes as they would defeat OHA Edmonton 8-3. Oliver McMillan had a hattrick and Lincoln Martin scored twice for Edge in the win. Callum Campbell scored twice for OHA Edmonton and Nathan Salisbury made 43 saves in the loss. Adam Courchesne picked up the win in net for Edge. 

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (4) vs Notre Dame Hounds U15 Prep (17)

Notre Dame scored seven goals in both the first and third periods en route to a 17-goal onslaught against Pilot Mound to start the season. Hounds defenseman, Koby Bossaer, had a 7-point game (2G, 5A) while fellow blueliner, Jacob Boekelder, picked up 5 points (2G, 5A). Seven different Notre Dame skaters had multi-goal games, while Liam Chartrand added a pair of tallies for Pilot Mound in a losing effort.

Yale Hockey Academy (6) vs Delta Hockey Academy Green U15 Prep (3)

Yale doubled up Delta 6-3 on Saturday, with Koray Bozkaya (1G, 2A) and Matthew Dowdall (1G, 2A) both having multi-point nights. Dane Svingen-Jones scored twice for the Lions, and Korbin Rodel made 34 saves for his first win of the season.

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (4) vs Delta Hockey Academy Black U15 Prep (1)

Noah Kosick had three assists, and Wyatt Blace scored twice (2G, 1A) to extend his scoring streak to four games. He now has 9 points (7G, 2A) in 4 games. Chayse Johnson (1-1) made 29 saves for his first win of the season while Lukas Lima scored the lone goal for Delta in the loss.

Edge School (7) vs OHA Edmonton U15 Prep (6)

Goals galore from both teams. It started with three goals in the first period to put Edge up 3-0. OHA answered back in kind in the second period, with three goals of their own, including back-to-back goals from Landen McFadden (1,2). He would add another at 3:24 in the third period to record the hat-trick and put OHA up 6-5. However, Jeffery Niehaus scored the tying goal late in the frame, short-handed, to draw Edge even and force overtime. It took just 30 seconds to determine a winner, as Nathan Behm (K.Schneider, J.Smith) scored to end it.

Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna U16 Prep (8)

Seven different skaters scored goals for RINK Kelowna in an eight goal outburst against Okanagan. The game was tied 3-3 after the first period, but RINK goaltender, Gavin Pomeroy shut the door the rest of the way, making 24 saves for his second win. Owen Wilkinson (1G, 2A) scored his fourth goal of the season, extending his point-streak to four games.

Edge School (4) vs Notre Dame Hounds (1) U16 Prep

Miles Cooper (2G,1A) scored his first of two 2:23 into the game and Brenner Fyfe made 14 saves in the win. The middle of the second period saw four goals in eight minutes, with Edge scoring at the 8:52 and 10:00 minute marks, before Notre Dame scored 15:49 into the period. But Edge would restore their three goal lead, scoring just 16 seconds later. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (2) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme U16 (13) Prep

Defenseman Hyde Davidson scored a hattrick and added an assist as part of a 13 goal performance by NAX. Affiliate forward Cole Reschny scored for NAX, as they threw 52 shots towards the Prairie net. Luke Davies continued his impressive start with his fifth goal in four games to open the season. Mikale Budz and Dylan Duzan scored for Prairie. 

Delta Hockey Academy (6) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) U16 Prep

Delta scored four straight goals to open up to a 4-0 lead, but Pacific Coast battled back with three of their own to close the gap to one. That was as close as they would get as Delta would score two goals, including an empty netter, 16 seconds apart. Brayden Burrows would make 30 saves in the win as Pacific Coast outshot Delta 33-23. Bennett Muller was the games leading scorer with two assists. 

Edge School (4) vs Notre Dame Hounds U17 Prep (5)

Chad Bates opened the scoring for Notre Dame with his first goal of the season at 10:14 of the first period; it was 1-0 after twenty minutes. Edge would tie up the game in the second period on a power-play goal from Ashton Gallagher at 11:24, but the Hounds would respond with four goals in the middle frame to extend their lead. Jeremy Ahn and Ashton Gallagher (PP) both scored in the third period to cut the lead to one, but Edge would hold on for the 5-4 win. 

Delta Hockey Academy (13) vs Shawnigan Lake School (2) U17 Prep

Following an 8-1 win yesterday, Delta’s explosive offence shone bright once again, scoring 13 goals in a win over Shawnigan. Gavin Garland (1G,3A), Jordan Gavin (6A), Miguel Marques (2G,2A), Tomas Mrsic (4G,1A), Colton Roberts (1G,2A), Jack Sears (1G,3A), and Daniel Zhou (2G) all recorded multi point games for Delta. 

RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (2) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy Black (7)  U17 Prep

Cole Wadsworth opened the scoring 3:11 into the game on way to a two goal, one assist night for OHA Black in a 7-2 win. Defenseman Brayden Gosselin had three assists for OHA while Parker MacDonald led RINK Kelowna with a goal and an assist. Despite the nine goal game, both teams went 0-4 on the powerplay, as the penalty kill units dominated the special teams battle. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy White (0) vs St. George’s (4) U17 Prep

Luca Stegmann made 21 saves as St. George’s shutout out OHA White 4-0. Jaiden Jakubowski made 35 saves on 38 shots as St. George’s sealed the win with an empty netter with a minute and a half remaining. Reece Liu scored twice and Ethan Buckland had two assists in the win. 

Shawnigan Lake School (4) vs Delta Hockey Academy (1) U18 Prep

Alexander Sandhu scored 3:07 into the first period and Delta held a 1-0 lead for 40 minutes until Shawnigan scored four straight third period goals in a six minute span. Sean Walia made 18 saves in the win, while Harrsion Meneghin had 15 saves for Delta in the loss. Cole Patterson (1G,1A) and Liam Krupcyznski (1G,1A) led the Shawnigan offence. 

RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (9) vs Notre Dame Hounds (3) U18 Prep

Donovan Bodnar made 22 saves as RINK Winnipeg outshot Notre Dame 43-25 in a 9-3 win. Brett Kaiser led all skaters with four assists and six RINK Winnipeg players picked up multiple points. Wyatt Sorken scored twice for Notre Dame in the loss. 

West Van Academy (0) vs BWC Academy (8) U18 Prep

BWC capitalized on five of their eight power play opportunities on route to an 8-0 win. Liam Hallett made 22 saves to record the shutout and Brody Lindal, Ryder McIntosh, and Carson Wetsch each scored twice for BWC in the win as they threw 57 shots towards the West Van net.  

Okanagan Hockey Academy (1) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna Female U18 Prep (6)

Goaltender Madison Bowtell faced just 12 shots to record her first win, while the offense had no trouble in this one, scoring four unanswered goals in the third period. Kayla Kutes’ goal in the first period (16:23) proved to be the game-winner, while Jade Iginla (1G, 1A), Emma Elders (2A), Teagan Webster-Locke (1G, 1A)  and Natasha Falk (1G, 1A) all had multi-point efforts in the win.

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (3) vs RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (11) Female U18 Prep

Backed by three goals in a four minute span half way through the first period, RHA Winnipeg skated to a dominant 11-3 win over Pilot Mound. Billie Baranyk was the star of the game, scoring twice and adding six assists in the win. Kaeleigh Kachmarski (2G, 1A), Glory Plett (2G,3A), and Kurtia Yetman (2G,1A) tallied multi point games for RINK Winnipeg. 

Edge School (4) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (0) Female U18 Prep

Backed by three goals in the third period, Edge defeated NAX 4-0 in the last game of the night. Emily Carson made 20 saves to earn her first shutout of the season, while Erika Lind stopped 18 of 22 in net for NAX. Hanna Perrier scored twice, and Hailey Jackson and Kyla Mitenko scored once. 

Bourget U17 Prep (2) vs Mount #2 U18 Prep East (5)

Mount opened up a five-goal lead over Bourget through two periods of play, lighting the lamp four times in the second period alone. Forwards, Owen Underhill (1G, 1A) and Justin Roux (2A) picked up multi-point games for the Saints, while goaltender, Nathan Arsenault, made 24 saves to record his first win of the season.

Ontario Hockey Academy U17 (3) vs Okanagan Hockey Ontario U18  East (1)

Michael Leech and Preston Tauter both scored short-handed goals in the second period to give Ontario a two-goal lead after forty minutes of play. Okanagan would cut the lead in half late in the third period when Hayden Rynard netted his first goal of the year, but it wasn’t enough, as Louis White added some insurance at the 19:46, sealing the win for OHA. 

Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (13) vs CIH U17 Prep East (2)

OHA scored 13 unanswered goals in the game, which featured a 5-point performance from Braeden O’Keefe (3G, 2A), who opened the scoring at 9:51 of the first period, and added back-to-back tallies midway through a nine-goal second frame. Tristan Gaudet (2G, 1A) Petr Lukes (2G, 1A) and Zeteny Molnar (2G) each scored twice, and goaltender Vadim Borisov was solid for Ontario, making 24 saves in the win. 

Mount U16 Prep (3) vs CIH U18 Prep (4) East

Overtime was needed in this one with both teams trading goals throughout the contest. It was all tied up after two periods when, late in the third, Dawson Grandy (1G, 1A) gave Mount the 3-2 lead with a go-ahead goal at 18:39. The lead was short lived however, after Angello Donzella responded with the tying goal for CIH mere seconds later (19:06) to force extra time. Justin Wammes (1G, 1A) would complete the comeback for CIH, scoring the game-winner at 1:09 of O.T.

Mount #1 U18 Prep (3) vs Bourget U18 Prep (2) East

Issac Tremblay (1G, 1A) opened the scoring at 2:57 of the first period with an unassisted marker to put Mount Academy up 1-0 early on. It stayed that way until late in the third period, when Emile Tremblay tied the game for Bourget with his third goal of the season. It was 2-2 with under two minutes in regulation when Jano Zambakdijan scored his first goal of the season, and the eventual game winner for Mount. Goaltender, Loic Lacombe, made 39 saves to pick up his first win of 2021-22.

Ontario Hockey Academy U17 (2) vs Bourget U17 Prep East (5)

OHA got out to an early lead with goals from Patrice Lafontaine (SH) (6:54) and Oliver Kiel-Straarup (9:00) but Bourget answered right back with a short-handed goal from Simon Kobylecki (14:57). After a scoreless second period, Bourget took over with four tallies in the third, including back-to-back goals from Marc-Antione Riopel (2,3) and a short-handed marker from Adam Belzil (2).

Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (10) vs Mount #2 U18 Prep East (1)

​​OHA picked up their third-straight win in commanding fashion, scoring 10 goals and outshooting Mount 60-18 in the process. Special teams was the difference in this game, Marc-Antione Belzile netted a short-handed tally to open the scoring at 1:57 of the first period, and then the power-play followed that up with 5 goals on the man-advantage, as well. (G) Ryuto Nakamoto stopped 17 shots to earn his second win of the year.

Bourget U18 Prep (5) vs CIH U18 Prep (1) Eastern Division 

Bourget scored five goals in the first two periods, including goals with 10 and 1 second left in the second period on route to a 5-1 win. Jordan Waite (1G, 2A) led the way for Bourget, who outshot CIH 43-22. Tomas Cerny earned the win for Bourget, while Kieran Mooney was in net for CIH in the loss. 

Okanagan Hockey Ontario U18 (1) vs Mount #1 U18 (2) Prep East

Ben Grahame made 47 saves as Mount #1 peppered OHO with 49 shots. Despite their 49-12 shot advantage and eight powerplay chances, Mount generated just two goals with Gus El-Tahhan and Jacob Pelletier finding the back of the net three minutes apart at the end of the first. Daniel Tom scored the lone OHO goal in the second frame, but they were unable to find an equalizer. 

CIH U17 Prep (2) vs Mount U16 Prep (5) East

Remi Hay made 49 saves on 53 shots but it wasn’t enough as Mount U16 defeated CIH 5-2. Despite going just 1 for 10 on the powerplay, Mount managed to score five goals, led by Ethan Kane’s two goal performance. Dawson Grandy (1G,2A) and Owen MacPherson (1G,2A) provided their fair share of the offence for Mount. Rylan Benner made 26 saves in the win.