ScotiaBank Showcase Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) at Yale Hockey Academy (3) U15
A late push from Yale saw them score two goals to bring the team within one, but they were unable to find a game tying goal as NAX won 4-3. Taylor Raynard made 23 saves for NAX, who got offensive contributions from Rylan Daley (1G,1A), Jordan Duguay (2A), Nathan Guenther (1G,1A) and Carter Hillaby. Dalin Hannah scored his first of the year for NAX, which would prove to be the eventual game winner. Matthew Dowdall, Bodie Jerome, and Jayden Oleskiw scored for Yale, while defenseman Koray
ScotiaBank Showcase OHA Edmonton (1) at BWC Academy (7) U15
Ashton Hunter (2G,2A) and Kai Anderson (1G,3A) put on a show on Sunday afternoon at the Scotiabank Showcase in Penticton, British Columbia as BWC Academy improved to 6-2-1 on the season. Despite the loss, OHA Edmonton goaltender, Nathan Salisbury, hung in there between the pipes, facing 79 shots, and stopping 72 of them.
Notre Dame (8) at International Hockey Academy (5) U17 Prep
Andrew Kreis has won his last three starts for Notre Dame, making 26 saves for the victory against IHA. Kayden Big Plume (2G,2A) and Tason Swampy (4A) had four-point performances for International Hockey Academy, but a six-goal third period from Notre Dame was the difference in the game. Justin Hooper (2G) and Chad Bates (2G) each scored twice in the final frame, while Wyatt Davis (1G,2A) had a three-point effort in the win.
St. George’s (1) at Delta Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep
Marcus Dashevsky scored 2:40 into the game to give St. George’s an early lead, but that’s all the scoring they would get. Noah Gibbons tied the game, Jack Sears scored the game-winner at 15:35 of the second period, while Peyton Mithmuangneua and Dawson Toledo added goals in the third to give Delta the edge on the scoreboard. St. George’s School fired 60 shots on the Delta net, but were shut down by goaltender Harrison Meneghin, who made 59 saves to pick up his third win.
BWC Academy (2) at Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3 SO) U15 Prep
Jack Bakker and Keeghan Dunn each scored for BWC Academy, while Jordan Ramsay and Wyatt Blace added goals for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy to force overtime in the game. OT solved nothing, so a shootout was needed, where Noah Kosick and Jace McFaul both scored on their attempts, to give Pacific Coast Hockey Academy the win. With two assists in the game, Kosick now has 24 points in 9 games (3G, 21A).
Edge School (6) at Prairie Hockey Academy (0) U16 Prep
Edge School scored four times in the first period, including back-to-back goals from Nolan DuPont (2G,1A) and never relinquished the lead. Adam Milke (4A) had four assists and Yibin Yoo added a pair of helpers, as well, while Benjamin Polhill made 24 saves for the shutout, picking up his third win of the season.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (1) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) Female Prep
Ayah Salem (2G) opened the scoring and added another goal in the second period, while Kori Paterson (1G,2A) had a three-point game for NAX, and scored the game-winner at 19:54 of the first period. Téa Pearce scored her first goal of the season to get Southern Hockey Academy on the board, but that would be it, as Erika Lind shut the door the rest of the way, stopping 15 of 16 shots.
Notre Dame (2) at South Alberta Hockey Academy (7) U18 Prep
Dayden Collier (3G) scored a hat-trick in the game, opening the scoring for South Alberta Hockey Academy, and netting the eventual game-winner at 6:56 of the third period. Aiden Oiring (2G,2A) had a four-point game for SAHA, scoring twice and adding two assists for his fifth multipoint game of the season. Brock Lott (3-1-0) picked up his third win in his last four starts in net, turning aside 15 shots for the win.
RINK Winnipeg (1) at OHA Edmonton (4) U16 Prep
OHA Edmonton scored two goals, nine seconds apart in the first period to set the tone in this one. Bowen Grycan (2G) lit the lamp twice and Austin Robinson’s tally at 13:21 of the frame would hold up as the game winner. Landon Hanson (1G,1A) and Miles Eddie (2A) had two-point games for OHA Edmonton, who picked up their third win.
OHA Edmonton (3) at International Hockey Academy (4/OT) U18 Prep
Carson Devine (2G) scored the overtime winner after tying the game in the third, 16 seconds after Aiden Kalin had brought IHA within one. Hunter St. Martin assisted on both Ben Henshall goals as OHA Edmonton held a 3-1 lead heading into the final 20. Cooper Michaluk made 42 saves for OHA Edmonton, while Braxton Singleton picked up his second win, stopping 29 shots.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) at Prairie Hockey Academy (6) U17 Prep
Prairie Hockey Academy scored three goals in the first and added three more in the second as they burst out to a 6-0 lead. James Leach would score his first of the year early in the third period to end Austin Seibel’s (33/34) bid at a shutout. Carson Haugan (2G,1A) and Cohan Kuncio (2G) led the way offensively for PHA.
ScotiaBank Showcase Edge School (6) at St. George’s U15 (4) U15
Lincoln Martin (3G) scored his 12th of the season, 8 seconds after Calder Hutt (1G,1A) scored the game winner, as Edge ended any hope of a late St. George’s comeback. Sachin Sidhu scored with less than two minutes remaining to complete a hattrick of his own for St. George’s, but his individual effort wasn’t enough in the 6-4 loss. Edge peppered Kyle Taylor with 78 shots, while Adam Courchesne made 29 saves for Edge.
ScotiaBank Showcase Okanagan Hockey (7) Academy at Delta Hockey Academy (2) U15
Rhett Tubello scored 40 seconds in for OHA who scored four straight goals to end the game, defeating Delta 7-2. Blake Riley (2A), Keegan Sanders (2G,1A), and Zennon Turnovitski (2A) led the way offensively and Micah Davidson made 28 saves for OHA in the win. Drezden Bertsch and Colby Monette scored for Delta in the loss.
St. George’s (3) at Delta Hockey Academy Black (1) U15 Prep
Austin Ball made 35 saves and the St. George’s power play went 1-1 as they defeated Delta Black 3-1. Dylan Lazaroff opened the scoring in the second period with his second of the year, to give Delta a 1-0 lead. But St. George’s would come storming back scoring three unanswered in the third period, including a shorthanded empty netter with 24 second left to clinch the victory. Shay McVicker made 19 saves in the loss.
BWC Academy (5) at Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (0) U18 Prep
Charlie Tritt made 23 saves for his first shutout of the season and BWC Academy fired 54 shots at Ryan Parker in a 5-0 win. Ryden Evers (2G,1A) and Luca Primerano (2G,2A) did the majority of the damage offensively for BWC Academy, while Stephen Konechny scored his fourth of the year late in the third.
Edge School (1) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (6) U15 Prep
Zachary Larmour scored his first of the year just 19 seconds into the game to give NAX an early lead. But Cash Koch would score in the closing minutes of the first to tie the game at one. The final 40 was all NAX as they would score five straight to earn a 6-1 win. Ryan Grout made 22 saves for his third win of the weekend and Cole Reschny (1G,3A) picked up his 23rd point in just his fifth game of the season. Owen Brees (2A), Liam Bursaw (3A), and Torretto Marrelli (2G) all had multi point efforts for NAX.
RINK Winnipeg (5) at Notre Dame (4) U15 Prep
Both teams scored twice on the power play and twice at even strength, but a Connor Bear (1G,2A) shorthanded goal early in the second proved to be the difference in a 5-4 RHA Winnipeg win. Burke Hood made 20 stops to earn his second win in his second start of the season, as RHA Winnipeg improved to 4-0-0 on the year. Ethan Bibeau (2G,2A) was credited with the game winning goal, scoring 12:15 into the third period. Michael Donovan (1G,2A) and Koby Bossaer scored 20 seconds apart to give Notre Dame an early lead, but they would be unable to hang on in the loss.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (7) at RINK Kelowna (5) U15 Prep
Christopher Kilduff scored a hattrick, his first three goals of the season, and Hudson Roberge added three assists as OHA beat RHA Kelowna 7-5. A four goal third period by OHA proved to be the difference as the game was tied at three heading into the final 20. Charlie Grant (1G,1A), Mathis Preston (2G), Liam Ruck (2A), and Markus Ruck (2A) all had big games for OHA in the win. Max Finley (2G,1A) and Dylan Ruff (1G,1A) led the RINK Kelowna offence.
ScotiaBank Showcase RINK Kelowna (5) at West Van Academy (3) U15
The game was tied at two heading into the final frame before RHA Kelowna scored three unanswered in a three minute span to take a 5-2 lead. Luke Blanchard would respond late for West Van, but they were unable to mount a comeback. Both goalie were busy in the final game of the ScotiaBank Showcase, as Logan McAloney (RHA Kelowna) made 36 saves, and Sante Bove (West Van) stopped 42 of 47. Porter Rossi (2A) was the lone player able to tally multiple points in the game.