October 22, 2022
Delta Hockey Academy Black (2) vs St. George’s School (5) U15 Prep
First period goals from Jacob Schwartz (2G), Eli Barrett (2G, 1A) and Lucas Benn (1G, 1A) gave St. George’s a 3-1 lead after 20. Barrett and Schwartz would each add second period goals, and a scoreless third would result in a 5-2 St. George’s win. Cameron Kuzma (1G, 1A) and Dylan Lappin (1G, 1A) scored for Delta Black in the loss. Eric Tu made 26 saves to earn the win.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (15) U18 Prep
NAX went 4-5 on the power play and outshot PMHA 101-8 in a 15-1 win. Owen Berge (2G), Landon Hanson (2G, 2A), Jason Huang (2G, 1A) and Kayden Longley (2G, 3A) all scored twice in the game, while Jackson Bessette (4A) had four assists. Every single NAX skater recorded at least one point and Vaughn Kaliel picked up the win in the NAX net.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (6) vs RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (3) U15 Prep
Nolan Stewart (1G, 1A) and Daxon Rudolph (1G, 1A) scored three minutes apart as NAX grabbed an early 2-0 lead. But RHA Winnipeg would score two goals of their own in a two minute span, tying the game midway through the first. Sawyer Dingman (1G, 1A) would restore the NAX advantage just under two minutes later and Nathan Guenther would extend the NAX lead with the lone second period goal. Jordan Duguay (1G, 2A) and Tucker Tullikopf would add NAX third period goals, while Daniel DeGagne (1G, 1A) would score late for RHA Winnipeg.
Edge School (5/SO) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (4) U16 Prep
For the second straight day extra time was needed between Edge and PHA, but it would be Edge who came out on top in the shootout after losing yesterday in OT. Reidar Armstrong (2G) opened the scoring for PHA before Hunter Kelso and Scott Sandilands (2G, 1A) scored less than a minute apart early in the second for Edge. Armstrong would score late in the second to tie the game. Dylan Hallborg gave PHA the early third period lead before Lincoln Martin (1G, 1A) and Sandilands scored just 14 seconds apart in the middle of the frame. Henry Thunderblanket would tie the game with 48 seconds remaining, forcing an eventual shootout where Sandilands would score the lone goal, and Adler Ames (26/30) would stop all three PHA Shooters.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (19) U15 Prep
RHA Kelowna outshot PCHA 64-23 en route to a 18-2 win Saturday morning. Brody Gillespei (4G,4A) led the way offensively with eight points. Joe Iginla (3G, 1A) recorded a hattrick and Kiran Fedun (2G, 3A), Maddox Gandha (2G, 3A), Cage Smith (2G, 3A), and Brady Walker (1G, 4A) all recorded five point games. Every single RHA Kelowna skater recorded at least one point.
North Shore Warriors (4) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (2) U15
Yuvraj Sidhu and Peter Banicevic (2G, 1A) scored first period goals for North Shore. Grady Monsen would score his third of the season late in the second to bring RHA Kelowna within one. Ryder Fitzpatrick would re-extended the North Shore lead, but a late Carter Rebman goal brought RHA Kelowna back within one. Banicevic would spoil the hopes of a RHA Kelowna comeback, scoring his fourth goal of the season with 1:36 remaining in the game.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (6) vs St. George’s School (3) U15
Maxx Parfitt (4G) would score the first two goals of the game, and four in total, and OHA would outshot St. George’s 37-20, winning 6-3. Ethan Dimand (1G, 2A) recorded a three point afternoon and Mason Patterson (17/20) earned the win for OHA. Byron Chin, Jason Gao and Millan Gill scored for St. George’s in the loss.
Yale Hockey Academy (1) vs Delta Hockey Academy Green (0) U15 Prep
In a goaltenders duel Olie Reid scored the lone goal of the game near the end of the third period to give Yale a 1-0 win. Aiden Eskit picked up the win for Yale while Ashton Thornton suffered defeat for Delta Green.
Edge School (4) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (5) U15
Both teams scored first period goals before NAX scored two unanswered in the second. Jackson Tetreault would extend the lead early in the third but Edge would begin to mount a comeback, scoring three goals in the final 12 minutes. Sandwiched in between the Edge goals was the eventual NAX game winner by Gavin Harrison.
North Shore Warriors (3) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (0) U16 Prep
Cameron Collins, Blake Medalla and Gavin Huynh scored for North Shore and Beckham Brossard stopped all 25 shots he faced to earn the 3-0 shutout victory. Brandin Cronin (2A) and Matteo Paradiso (2A) led all skaters with two points. Callahan Cowan stopped 37 of 40 shots in net for PCHA.
Notre Dame (4) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (2) U17 Prep
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy got out to a great start in the first, when Jack Smith and Ryder Stimson both lit the lamp late to give the Buffaloes the 2-0 lead at the intermission. Notre Dame had a response in the second, however, when Riley Mitchell cut into the lead at the mark with James Ghebbari adding another to tie the game for the Hounds. 2-2. In the third, Ghebbari converted on the powerplay and Talon Langston added the insurance as Notre Dame doubled up PMHA.
RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (12) vs OHA Edmonton (0) U18 Prep
Cole Cairns had a four-point night, with a goal and three assists, while Aven Cockerill’s second goal of the season held up as the game-winner for RINK Hockey Academy. Goaltender Ethan Simcoe picked up his third win of the season, turning aside all 28-shots her faced.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (4) vs International Hockey Academy (7) U18 Prep
Gavin Garland picked up a pair of goals in the first period and Max Sullivan added another marker as International Hockey Academy took an eventual 3-1 lead into the break. Brett Calhoon converted on the powerplay to bring ISA closer on the scoreboard in the second period, with a pair of goals from Nick McLennan, as well as Ty Mckay, putting the game out of reach.
Delta Hockey Academy (4) vs Yale Hockey Academy (5) U15
Delta Hockey Academy got out to an early two-goal lead with goals from Alexander Laing and Jack Morgan, but the lead wouldn’t last. Yale Hockey Academy picked up a pair of goals from Hudson Gehring and Adrian Comeau to tie the game 2-2 at the intermission. Delta restored their two-goal advantage in the early going of the second, when Otto Puhakka and Alexander Laing scored 55-seconds apart. Then, with a powerplay at 18:33 of the frame, Shaun Hildebrandt sparked the comeback for Yale Hockey Academy. Seth Castronuovo scored the tying marker in the third period, and Hildebrant added his second of the game as YHA pulled out the win.
RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (4) vs Notre Dame (1) U16 Prep
James Franklin opened the scoring on the powerplay for RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg late in the first, but a quick response from Pherson Loehndorf tied the game for Notre Dame. 1-1 after twenty minutes. RHA Winnipeg would go on to score three-straight goals throughout the game from Jack Bilous, Hudson Brehaut and Tate Dolinsky to secure the win.
OHA Edmonton (3) vs BWC Academy (4) U15
The game was tied heading into the intermission, with both teams striking twice in the opening frame. Cameron Zonailo and Sam Shepard (PP) lit the lamp for BWC Academy in the first, while Jihwan Kim (PP) and Tyson Chrunik responded for OHA Edmonton. Kaden Pratt added a powerplay marker in the second period to give BWC Academy the lead, which they held until the third period, when Kim scored his second of the game for OHAE to tie it 3-3. With overtime looming, Luke Grabinsky fired home the game-winner with under two minutes to play, giving BWC Academy the win.
OHA Edmonton (7) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (4) U15 Prep
It was a high scoring first period, with both teams trading chances early and often. OHA Edmonton had contributions from Rylan Daley and Ben Shaw back-to-back, with Dwight Sawatzky, Hank Thompson and Liam Chartrand all scoring for Pilot Mound Hockey Academy, who took the 3-2 lead into the intermission. Kayden Lemire had 2 goals and 2 assists to lead the way offensively for OHA Edmonton.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) vs St. George’s School (3 OT) U18 Prep
St. George’s School’s Ben Sutton opened up the scoring in the first and again in the second period, giving the Saints a 2-0 lead and giving Sutton two points on the night. Pacific Coast Hockey Academy answered back in the second with Cam Johnsen’s fifth goal of the year, bringing PCHA within one to end the second period. Trace Anderson evened the score just 4:12 into the third for PCHA but both teams ran out of time,sending this one to overtime. The game winning goal came just 1:15 into OT by St. George’s forward, Zach Zapanta for his first goal of the year.
North Shore Warriors (3) vs Shawnigan Lake School (4) U15 Prep
Eli McKamey tallied his seventh goal of the year for Shawnigan Lake School just 27-seconds into the first giving Shawnigan Lake the 1-0 lead at the intermission. The first half of the second period was eventful, with a goal 2:43 into the period by Ethan Naus as Shawnigan Lake took a 2-0 lead. North Shore Warriors got on the board moments later with a goal from Jake Bartlett for his first of the year. After Lukas Hoff tied the game 2-2 for North Shore before the end of the frame, the go ahead goal was scored by Nigel Alberts in the third period giving Shawnigan Lake the victory.
OHA Edmonton (2) vs Indigenous Sports Academy (3) U17 Prep
Jake Yakubowski opened the scoring for Indigenous Sports Academy, while Daine Thomas scored to give them a two-goal lead after the first period. OHA Edmonton answered back in the second period, with goals from Keanan Pearman and Hunter Yee to tie the game 2-2 through two. Indigenous Sports Academy would take the lead in the third period after Sage Roberts scored his seventh of the season, which led ISA to the win.
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (6) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (2) U18 Prep
Bronson Ross led the way offensively for RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna, picking up a goal and two assists in the game, while all but two RHA Kelowna skaters registered at least a point in the contest. Goaltender Evan Garnder turned aside 35 of 37 shots he faced to register the win between the pipes.
BWC Academy (2) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (5) U15 Prep
BWC Academy struck twice on the powerplay in the game after goals from Kai Anderson and Jonathan Lee, but Okanagan Hockey Academy would have the answer. Maddox Bentley got the scoring started in the final moments of the opening period for OHA, which set the tone offensively in the game while Lium Ruck found the back of the net in the second period, which brings his season goal total to an astounding 18 goals in just seven games, with 13 assists (31 points).