Ontario Hockey Academy Maroon U17 (5) vs Mount Academy U16 (1) Eastern U17
After a scoreless first Quinlan Parry would score 1:59 into the second to give OHA the lead, but Jeremy Gould would respond for Mount just 13 seconds later. However, Takanobu Hiraga (3G, 1A)would record a natural hat trick in a span of 10 minutes and Danik Reeves would add a late second period marker as OHA would defeat Mound 5-1. Jacob Duff stopped 32 of 33 for the win.
Mount Academy U17 (5) vs CIH Academy U17 (2) Eastern U17
Peter Szatmari and Matthew Hebert would score 39 seconds apart midway through the first to give Mount the early advantage. Neil Iserhoff (2G) would respond for CIH late in the period to bring his team within one. But Mount would score three straight, including two by Aiden Diamond (2G) to begin the second. Iserhoff would add another marker late in the period, but a scoreless third would see Mount win 5-2 in a game which they outshot CIH 61-26.
North Shore Warriors (8) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (2) U15 Prep
Grant Gliege scored 3:18 into the first for PHA but Lukas Hoff (2G) would respond 1:17 later, kickstarting a run of 7 straight NSW goals. Marcus Voth (3G) would record a natural hat trick in the second while Nic Collins (1G, 2A) and Keagan Lundie (1G, 2A) would each record three points. Logan McAloney made 20 stops to give NSW their first win of the season.
Indigenous Sports Academy (3) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (9) U17 Prep
Lukas Kaplan (3G) scored two goals in the first 7:51 of the game and Torretto Marrelli (2G, 1A) added goals late in the first and 15 seconds into the second as NAX grabbed a quick 5-0 lead. Jaiden Kulynch would score 1:05 later to get ISA on the board, but Jake Walker (1G, 1A) would respond for NAX just 2:22 after the ISA goal. Sage Roberts (2G, 1A) would score next for ISA, before Luke Powell and Kaplan goals late in the period gave NAX a 8-2 lead after 40. Roberts and Jaxen Gauchier (1G, 2A) would trade third period goals as NAX defeated ISA 9-3 to improve to 3-0-0 on the season.
BWC Academy (2/OT) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (1) U15 Prep
Kai Anderson scored 1:11 into the second to give BWC Academy their first lead of the game. Rhett Tubello would respond late in the second to tie the game, and a scoreless third would force overtime where Jake Banicevic would score the game winner. Logan Lepinski led all skaters with two assists. Jeevin Sandhu stopped 20 of 21 to record his second win of the season. Micah Davidson stopped 24 of the 26 shots he faced.
King Heights Academy U18 (1) vs Mount Academy U18 Varsity (13) Eastern U18
Mount Academy outshot King Heights 117-10 in a 13-1 victory Sunday morning. Samuel Boisvert (1G, 2A) scored just 39 seconds into the game as Mount scored 7 goals in the first and 5 in the third. David Lebel (3G) recorded a hat trick while defenseman Jano Zambakdjian (1G, 3A) led all skaters with four points. Francesco Sciabbarrasi made 104 saves for King Heights.
Okanagan Hockey Ontario U18 (2) vs Mount Academy U18 Prep (5) Eastern U18
OHO would outshoot Mount 39-31 but a 37 save performance by Adam Lecours (37/39) would give Mount the 5-2 win. Wesley Vandine (3G) would score just 53 seconds in before adding two goals in the third to complete the hat trick. Defenseman Cole Power (1G, 3A) would lead all skaters with four points. Carter Chadwick (1G, 1A) and Jaden Lyons (2A) would be involved in both OHO goals.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (1) vs Delta Hockey Academy (4) U16 Prep
Adam Clauzel, Luke Sowpal and Billy MacDonald (2G) would all score for Delta in a 4-1 over PCHA. Brayden Howe would score the lone PCHA goal in the second period, beating Jake Poblete (19/20). Callahan Cowan stopped 41 of 45 in the loss for PCHA.
North Shore Warriors (1) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (9) U16 Prep
Cole Serdachny (2G, 1A) opened the scoring for RHA Kelowna 15:36 into the game before Matteo Paradiso tied it 29 seconds later. But it would be all RHA Kelowna from there as they would score eight straight goals to win 9-1. Julian Galenza (2G, 1A) and Marcus Sadovia (1G, 2A) each had three points in the win.
Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (5) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (9) U17 Prep
PCHA scored three goals in a span of 2:17 early in the first, and two more 33 seconds apart late in the period to grab a commanding 4-0 lead. Anson Speirs (2G) would score 5:56 into the second but Brody Asuchak (2G) would score 59 seconds later, starting a run of four straight CDA goals. Parker MacDougall (1G, 3A) would end the CDA run with 48 seconds left in the second. Verners Veinbergs (1G, 1A) would score early in the third to bring CDA back within two, but Leith Hunter (1G, 1A) and Ryan Zhang (1G, 1A) would score 19 seconds apart to secure the win.
RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (4) vs Delta Hockey Academy Green (3) U15 Prep
Delta forward Lukas Lima would get the scoring started early but Koy Funk (2G) and Layne Schofield (2A) would score 54 seconds apart late in the first as RHA Winnipeg held the lead after 20. Funk and Schofield would each strike again early in the second to build the lead to 4-1. A shorthanded goal by Nate Barclay (1G, 1A) would trim the lead to 4-2 heading into the third. Midway through the third Suhaan Nagra would score on the powerplay to bring Delta within one, but Peyton Shore (41/44) would hold steady the rest of the way.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) vs BWC Academy (2) U16 Prep
After a scoreless first Nathan Tomcheck would give BWC Academy their only lead of the game 9:25 into the second. Ty Quang would score minutes later to tie it, before Cameron Norrie and Bradley Schmidt tallied third period markers to give OHA a 3-1 advantage. Gabriel Kaminski would score a late consolation goal for BWC Academy with one second left in the game. Conner Nicolson made 26 saves to keep a perfect 2-0-0 record.
Shawnigan Lake School (2) vs OHA Edmonton (5) U15 Prep
OHA Edmonton got goals from Brady Whitehead, Kayden Lemire (1G, 1A) and Radislav Dimitrov to hold a 3-0 lead after 20. Sullivan Bryan would score 3:44 into the second to break the Nathan Salisbury (22/24) shoutout bid but JAke MacDonald would respond minutes later to restore the three goal cushion. Eli McKamey and Zack Nieckar would then exchange goals for their respective teams late in the second.
OHA Edmonton (6) vs International Hockey Academy (4) U17 Prep
Hunter Yee (3G, 1A) would score just 15 seconds in and again 4:21 into the first, helping OHA Edmonton grab a 4-2 lead after 20. The two teams would go on to trade goals in the second and third period, with Yee completing the hat trick with an empty netter with 42 seconds remaining. Keanan Pearman (1G, 4A) led all skaters with five points. Logan Sawatzky (32/36) earned his first win of the young season.
St. Mary’s Academy U18 (1) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (2) Female U18 Prep
Tea Pearce scored her third goal of the season to put South Alberta Hockey Academy ahead in the game after the first period. They would extend their lead to 2-0 in the final frame with a goal from Riley Gramlich at 5:10 of the third. Lexi Schimnowski broke the shutout bid with a goal for St. Mary’s, but SAHA goaltender Maddy Ferguson stood tall, turning aside 51 of 52 shots for the win.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (2) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (3) Female U18 Prep
Both teams traded special teams chances in the first period. Keyana Bert opened the scoring with a shorthanded marker for Northern Alberta Xtreme (11:38) but less than a minute later, Gracie Page answered back for Pilot Mound Hockey Academy to tie the game 1-1. In the second period, Amy Roemer gave Pilot Mound the lead with an unassisted marker at 14:52. However, back-to-back goals from NAX, scored by Aylie Dahl and Reanna Loberg, proved to be the difference in the game.
Ontario Hockey Academy Prep (2) vs Bourget College U18 (3) Eastern U18
The game was scoreless after twenty minutes, but both teams found their offense in the second period. Michael Morello scored his second goal of the season in the first few minutes to give Bourget College the 1-0 lead, but it wouldn’t last long. Kevins Petersons notched his third of the year for Ontario Hockey Academy Prep, followed up by a goal from Bryan Lister to make it 2-1 through two periods. Santiago Gosselin tied the game midway through the third period for Bourget College, but Marius Ottesen would notch the eventual game-winner just minutes later for OHA Prep.
CIH Academy U18 (2) vs Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (3) Eastern U18
Se Yung Lee, Jett Jock and Rakhat Ospanov each lit the lamp for Ontario Hockey Academy, who took a 3-0 lead into the third period. However, CIH Academy answered back just 0:25 into the final frame with a goal from Lukas Plank, followed up by a power-play tally from Giovanni Mandruzzato, bringing CIH within one. However, Mavericks goaltender, Benoit Aucoin, shut the door the rest of the way enroute to a 48-save decision.
Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (1) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep
Noah Kosick (2G) scored twice for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy, including a power-play goal, while Wyatt Blace and Grady Slugget added goals in the third period for PCHA to extend the lead. Lance Insko scored 0:09 into the second period for Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy, but that is all they would get in the game. Ryan Parker stopped 27 of 28 shots to pick up the win.
Yale Hockey Academy (0) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) U15 Prep
After a scoreless first period, Northern Alberta Xtreme took control on the scoreboard. Owen Chapman (2G) scored twice in the game, both goals coming on the power-play, while Tucker Tullikopf and Knox Benderra added the insurance for NAX. Parker Snell was perfect between the pipes turning aside all 18 shots he faced to record the shutout.
St. George’s School (7) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (4) U15 Prep
Both teams traded chances and goals in the first period. Kanyu Gosjic (2G, 1A) and Lucas Benn found the back of the net for St. George’s, while Dwight Sawatsky (1G, 2A) scored on the power-play and Lucas Benn added a goal for Pilot Mound Hockey Academy. Jack Perrier (2G,1A) had a three-point effort for PMHA but the St. George’s offense wouldn’t be denied, scoring seven goals to pick up the decision.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (4) vs Notre Dame (3) U17 Prep (OT)
Riley Mitchell opened the scoring with an unassisted marker in the first period for Notre Dame, but three straight powerplay goals left the game tied after twenty minutes. Riel Chartrand (2G) and Rachlan Hay converted with the man-advantage for Pilot Mound Hockey Academy, and Justin Vanderploeg scored on the power-play for the Hounds to push the tie game into the third period. Chartrand scored his second goal of the game to give PMHA the 3-2 lead, but James Ghebarri found the back of the net in response, tying the game for the Hounds, and eventually forcing overtime. It took just 0:32 seconds to decide a winner, as Logan Wright scored his first goal of the season to seal it for PMHA.
Shawnigan Lake School U18 (4) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna U18 Female (3) U18 Prep (OT)
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna got out to a three-goal lead in the first period with goals from Mikayla Blomquist (PP), Chloe Primerano and Gracie Graham but the lead would not last. Mikayla Boarder cut into the lead on the power-play for Shawnigan Lake School, followed up by a second period tally from Anya Porter, then a goal 0:15 seconds into the third period from Abby Whitworth (2G) to tie the game at 3-3. After both teams traded goals, overtime would be required, and Maddie Leaney would score the game-winner for RHA Kelowna.
RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg U18 (3) vs Edge School U18 Female (5) U18 Prep
Kyla Mitenko (1G,2A) got the scoring started for Edge School, with Sade Sandilands and Jordan Blouin adding goals of their own for Edge in the period. Morgan Settee and Jules Stokes responded for RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg to cut into the lead, making it 3-2 after the first. After a scoreless second period, Jordan Blouin would complete her hat-trick with two more goals in the third period, helping Edge pick up the win against RINK Hockey Academy.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (0) vs Edge School (16) U15 Prep
Three different players, Cruz Pavao (3G, 3A), AJ Tarnowski (3G, 1A) and Owen Cooper (3G, 1A) registered hat-tricks for Edge School, while 12 players had multi-point performances in a lop-sided victory on Sunday afternoon. Cole Prelusky was solid when called upon between the pipes, turning aside all 16 shots he faced to record the shutout. 15 goals were scored 5-on-5 for Edge School.
Notre Dame (3) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (12) U15 Prep
Joe Iginla (3G, 2A) led the way offensively for RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna, recording a hat-trick in a 5-point effort. Cage Smith (1G, 4A) picked up a goal and four helpers, and Brody Gillespie scored twice, including the game-winning goal for RHA Kelowna. Carson Hiebert (2G) provided some offense for Notre Dame, scoring twice in the loss. Goaltender Calder Barry was not overly tested in net for RHA Kelowna, turning aside 6 of 9 shots to register the win.
Yale Hockey Academy (1) vs St. George’s School (3) U18 Prep
Jussi Saarni capitalized on the powerplay in the first period (5:21) to give St. George’s the lead, which they maintained throughout the game. Trace Frieden’s tally midway through the second period (8:12) held up as the game-winning goal, while Alex Cordero’s first goal of the season provided some insurance, lifting St.George’s over Yale Hockey Academy on Sunday. Will Sharpe cut into the lead for YHA but goaltender Liam Hallet shut the door in the third period enroute to a 40-save decision between the pipes.
Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (2) vs Delta Hockey Academy U18 (3) Female U18 Prep
Megan Dolynchuk got Okanagan Hockey Academy on the board with her first goal of the season, but it was answered swiftly by Delta Hockey Academy’s Jordan Baxter (2G, 1A), who notched her fifth goal of the season to tie the game 1-1. Hailey Jackson broke the tie 1:01 into the third period, giving OHA the lead, however, Baxter picked up her second goal of the game just minutes later and London McDavid (1G, 2A)scored the go-ahead goal late in the third period to lead Delta to victory. Maisie Cope stopped 27 of 29 shots she faced for the ‘W’.
Prairie Hockey Academy (1) vs Edge School (5) U17 Prep
Edge School converted twice on the powerplay in the first period, with goals from Nate Crashley (1G, 2A) and Josh Larson, which set the tone for the game. Austin Wentz scored the lone goal for Prairie Hockey Academy in the third period, breaking up the shutout bid for Edge goaltender Jungsoo Park, who made 22 saves for his second win of the season. (2-0-0)
Delta Hockey Academy U17 (3) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (2) Female U18 Prep (OT)
A late first period goal (17:47) from Caprice Harder gave Delta Hockey Academy the lead after twenty minutes of play, but both teams traded goals throughout. Jaida Powell tied the game in the second period for Okanagan Hockey Academy notching her first goal of the season, but Ailee Cooper responded with her first goal of the year, to give Delta the lead after two periods of play. Okanagan Hockey Academy would tie the game up with under five minutes remaining in the third period with a goal from Makayla Kenney, forcing overtime. With a powerplay in the extra frame, Kira Bui found the back of the net just 0:20 seconds into OT to win it for Delta.