GAME DAY RECAP: October 20, 2023

Mount Academy (1) vs Champions Hockey Academy (8) Eastern U17

Jackson Shaddick (1G, 3A) scored in the first while Charlie Morrison and Ty Mulcahy (1G, 2A) added second period goals as Champions led 3-0 after 40. Jacob Leger would get Mount on the board 2:36 into the third but Champions would close out the game with five unanswered. Saylor Smallman (1G, 2A) also added three points in the win. 

North Shore Warriors (0) vs Delta Hockey Academy Green (9) U15 Prep

After a scoreless first Delta Green exploded for four goals in the second and five in the third as they defeated North Shore 9-0. Alexander Laing (1G, 2A) and Jack Morgan (1G, 2A) led all skaters with three points. Matthew Wong (23/23) made 23 saves for the shutout. 

Yale Hockey Academy (0) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (16) U15

Every single NAX skater recorded at least a single point and Tyson Moreland (13/13) made 13 saves as NAX shutout Yale in a 16-0 win. Kaysun Brunham (3G, 3A) recorded a hat-trick and led all skaters with six points while Easton Doran (2G, 3A) added five points of his own. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) vs BWC Academy (8) U15 Prep

Aiden Lazazzera (16/18) made 16 saves to backstop BWC Academy to an 8-2 win over PCHA. Logan Henry (2G, 1A) and Julian Revel (1G, 2A) led all skaters with three points. Brodie Bourgoin and Tristan Follick scored for PCHA. Logan Maclean (51/59) was charged with the loss. 

CIH Academy Green (3) vs Bourget College (6) Eastern U18

Krystopher Roy (3G) and Felipe Miguel Miron (2G) scored in the first for Bourget while Aries Benuen countered for CIH Academy Green. Roy would score early again in the second but Lukas Plank and Ruslan Tuchyn would tie the game heading into the third. Oliver Belanger would score the eventual game winner 5:45 into the third, Miron would score his second of the game, and Roy would complete the hat-trick with an empty net goal to secure a Bourget win. 

STAR Hockey Academy (4) vs Edge School (8) U15

Edge led 3-1 after 20 thanks to goals from Noah Ewert, Alex Han and Damien Lavallee (2G). Sean McIntyre (1G, 1A) would score early in the second for STAR but Edge would extend the lead with two goals just minutes later. Levi Ellingsen (1G, 1A) would add another for STAR before two more Edge goals gave them a 7-3 lead heading into the third. The final 20 saw Kyle Bush and Andrew Ragusa (2G) trade goals in what ultimately ended as an 8-4 Edge victory. Dylan Sherban (3A) paced the Edge offence with three points. 

Ulysse Academie (1) vs Mount Academy (6) Eastern U18

Thanks in large part to a 42 save performance from Jason Tremblay (42/43), Mount Academy defeated Ulysse 6-1. Brandon Gauthier (2G, 1A) and Matthew Hebert (2G) each scored twice while Jesse Gauthier (1G, 1A) and Sawyer Harvey added the other Mount goals. Jordan Bibeau scored the lone Ulysse goal. Victor Larin (34/40) made 34 saves in the loss. 

Calgary International Hockey Academy (5) vs OHA Edmonton (2) U18 Prep

After a scoreless first Karter Radtke (1G, 1A) gave CIHA an early second period lead. Renat Nagneev tied the game minutes later before Jaxen Adam (1G, 1A) restored the CIHA lead heading into the third. Scott Sandilands (1G, 1A) would extend the advantage before Haeden Caskey brought his team back within one. But Jake Walker would score a late goal and Eric Marks would add an empty netter as CIHA defeated OHA Edmonton 5-2. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) vs St. George’s School (5) U15 Prep

Tristan Hoko (1G, 1A) and Jack Poole (1G, 2A) traded first period goals. Cohen Handby (2G) would give OHA a lead 23 seconds into the second but Aaron Castro and Jacob Schwartz (2G, 2A) would score 15 seconds apart to give St. George’s a 3-2 lead early in the second. Handby would score again in the second to tie the game heading into the third. In the third Byron Chin (1G, 1A) and Schwartz would each score as St. George’s grabbed a 5-3 win. 

Delta Hockey Academy Black (1) vs Shawnigan Lake School (4) U15 Prep

Ewan Torrance opened the scoring for Delta Black but Matthew Morris (2G) would score twice in the first, Darwin Ketch would score in the second, and Cache Thomas (1G, 1A) found the back of the net in the third as Shawnigan scored four unanswered goals. Liam Chamberlain (35/36) made 35 saves for the win, while Holden Tamm (34/38) was charged with the loss. 

BWC Academy (5) vs Notre Dame (2) U15

Notre Dame outshot BWC Academy 49-35 but a 47 save performance from Tyce Kinsey (47/49) gave BWC Academy a 5-2 win. Dominic Allegretto scored the lone first period goal and Zack Jones (2G, 1A), Luca Misceo (1G, 1A) and Bradley Ching (1G, 1A) added second period tallies as BWC Academy jumped out to a 4-0 lead. Jory Balas (1G, 1A) and Seth Hantelmann would give Notre Dame some late life but Jones would score his second goal of the game to secure the win. 

St. George’s School (3) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) U15

After a scoreless first Tarik Lammam (3G) would score twice in the second and once at the start of the third as St. George’s held what seemed like a commanding 3-0 lead. But Brysten Campbell and Emilio de la O Ruiz would each score late as PCHA made a late push. Ultimately, Joffrey Chan (18/20) would secure a St. George’s win. 

Rink Hockey Academy Kelowna Red (5) vs North Shore Warriors Orange (3) U17 Prep

NSW Orange would find themselves up by a pair early in the first with goals from Finlay Reed (2G) and Robert Orr (1G, 1A), but RHA Kelowna Red would joust back shortly after with a pair of powerplay goals to keep things level at the end of the first. NSW Orange’s penalty trouble would continue to afflict them throughout the remainder of the game, surrendering another two powerplay goals to RHA Kelowna Red. Tim Schoeps would score RHA Kelowna Red’s fourth powerplay marker of the game for the eventual game winner.

Yale Hockey Academy (5) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (3) U15 Prep

With RHA Kelowna still searching for their first win of the U15 Prep season, a three-goal lead sparked by Hudson Podollan (2G) seemed to lay the perfect groundwork for that victory. However, a strong comeback from Yale was able to surmount RHA Kelowna with five unanswered goals, including a shorthanded goal from Matteo Di Stefano before the end of the second. Yale may have woken up offensively, but Tyson Kuiack (42/42) was the real gamechanger after filling in after RHA Kelowna’s third goal, his 42-saves kept Yale alive throughout this epic comeback. 

North Shore Warriors (1) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (5) U15

Ashton Sims (53/57) would stand tall behind his team despite the shortened roster, making a valid effort to give NSW a chance at an upset. Sims would make 25 stops in the first period alone, but it was only a matter of time before the flood gates broke through. OHA would score twice in the second making it a 3-1 game entering the third where Adam Molinaro would find the back of the net late and Caiden Osiowy-Mah (3G) would finish the hat-trick with an empty net goal.

Delta Hockey Academy (2) vs OHA Edmonton U15 (6)

An early runaway for OHA Edmonton was all that was needed to seal the deal offensively, but Adrian Ferro (39/41) collected 39-saves in this victory. Delta would carry momentum over the final two periods with two finding their way past Ferro off the stick of Joven Kalkat (2G). Ultimately, three in the first and three in the third is all OHA Edmonton needed to put away Delta in this U15 affair.

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (6) vs Notre Dame (3) U17 Prep

Benson Hirst (2G, 1A) led the way for Pilot Mound with Carson Carels out of the lineup representing Manitoba at the WHL Cup, scoring two goals from the point, one being the game winner. Hirst also added an assist on the insurance marker from Jack Perrier. Kyle Beilman (24/27) was in goal for the win.

Okanagan Hockey Academy Black (5) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy White (2) U17 Prep

Five primary points from Marcus Domhof (2G, 3A) led OHA Black to victory over PCHA White this Friday evening. Domhof now has points in five straight games. Other than Domhof’s excellence, Maxx Parfitt would score the eventual game winner on the powerplay early in the third, while Kaleb Miller (25/27) made 25-stops to hold PCHA White at bay.

Prairie Hockey Academy White (3) vs Indigenous Sports Academy (2) U17 Prep

After Rylan Emigh scored the opener just 1:25 into the game, PHA White would score another two for three-unanswered to kick off things versus ISA. Rowen Albert (1G, 1A) would score once in the second for ISA while Daine Thomas scored early in the third in an attempt for a comeback. Georgi Milanov (36/38) would stop 12/13 shots in the third to hold back ISA from tying things up, thus securing the win for PHA White.

Wenatchee Wild Hockey Academy (6) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (0) U15

Bryden Wagner (2G, 1A) opened things up with two-goals just 12-seconds apart early in the first to give Wenatchee the upperhand. Akira Ota (2G, 2A) would later score two goals as well to build a substantial lead for Wenatchee. Sam Trnecka (34/34) would still be a big part in this victory, turning away 34-shots for the shutout.

BWC Academy White (7) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy Navy (2) U17 Prep

After an all-in-all back-and-forth first 40-minutes, BWC Academy White would make a grand push at the commencement of the third period. Jan Lucar would give BWC Academy White the lead 6:31 into the third and shortly after Gabriel Kaminski (2G, 1A) would add another one to further extend the lead. Despite late penalty trouble, BWC Academy White stuck it out for a victory in convincing fashion over CDA Navy.

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) vs Notre Dame (12) U18 Prep

Friday evening closed down with a scoring fest from Notre Dame. Ayden Pimm (4G, 1A) led the way with four-goals and was one of four players to record multiple tallies on the night. Rhys Osicki (2G, 3A) and Liam Schaentzler (2G, 2A) were the other two main contributors in the landslide victory for Notre Dame.