GAME DAY RECAP: October 25-26, 2023

Notre Dame (3) vs Indigenous Sports Academy (2) U17 Prep

Rowen Albert and Holden Parada scored within the first 10 minutes as ISA exploded for a 2-0 lead. Reid White (1G, 1A) would get Notre Dame on the board 58 seconds later and Liam McCloy (2G, 1A) would score twice in the second as Notre Dame led 3-2 after 20. Dane Gillis (37/39) would keep the door shut in the third, denying ISA of a potential comeback. Chauncy Jack (36/39) made 36 saves in the loss. 

Notre Dame Red (3) vs Prairie Hockey Academy Blue (6) U17 Prep

Riley Brown (23/26) made 23 saves while scoring an empty net goal ( as PHA Blue defeated Notre Dame Red 6-3. Up 5-3 and on the power play, the puck was sent down into the PHA Blue zone. Brown made a quick heads up play, noticing Owen MacLean (43/48) had left the Notre Dame Red net, and proceeded to fire the puck the length of the ice for the goalie goal. Cohen Hayes (2G, 1A) and Asher Watson (3A) had three points each in the win. 

St. Mary’s High School (1) vs North Shore Warriors (5) Female U18 Prep

After a scoreless first Jaylah Bottle (1G, 1A) and Maggie-Kate Fitzpatrick (2G) scored to give NSW a 2-0 lead. Sofia Pittis would get St. Mary’s on the board before Fitzpatrick found the back of the net again to give her team a 3-1 lead heading into the third. Castilla Rubin (2G) would score twice in the final five minutes to secure a 5-1 North Shore win. Lindsey Goncalves (3A) led all skaters with three points.

Okanagan Hockey Academy Black (3) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (2) Female U18 Prep

Samera Gabriel (2G) would score her fourth of the season as OHA Black held a 1-0 lead after 20. Addison Scoville (1G, 1A) would tie the game midway through the second before Rebbeca Macfarlane regave OHA Black the lead heading into the third. Alia Drummond would score 10:58 into the third to tie it but Gabriel beat Brooklynn Adams (19/22) with 1:50 remaining to secure a 3-2 OHA Black win. Mya Lesage (26/28) made 26 saves in net for the win. 

Delta Hockey Academy Black (4/OT) vs RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (3) Female U18 Prep

Rowyn Street scored shorthanded with 58 seconds remaining in the first and Shea Warnick scored at the buzzer as RHA Winnipeg led 2-0 after 20. Katie Anhalt would add a power play goal 1:01 into the second as RHA Winnipeg looked to run away with the game. But Delta Black would have other plans as Mira Morgan would score late in the second and Kira Bui and Niayah Morris (1G, 1A) would score 1:02 apart late in the third to force overtime. Abby Hamel (1G, 1A) would score her first goal of the season to complete the comeback and give Delta Black a hard fought 4-3 win. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (3) Female U18 Prep

Peyton Carter (2G) and Kacie Corkle scored 1:07 apart midway through the first as NAX led 2-0 after 20. Brooklyn Blomquist would get OHA on the board with just 12 seconds remaining in the second. Carter would add a third period goal while Leila Schultz responded for OHA as the game ended 3-2 in favour of NAX. Ava Antle (25/27) made 25 saves in net for the win. 

RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (5) vs BWC Academy (0) U18 Prep

Brodie Gillespie and Kelsen Podworny (2G) scored in the games opening nine minutes as RHA Kelowna led 2-0 after 20. Podworny and Morgan Hackman would score 25 seconds apart midway through the second and Joe Iginla (1G, 1A) would add another late in the period. Elijah Henson (23/23) would make 23 saves to shut the door on BWC Academy and record his first shutout of the season. 

South Alberta Hockey Academy (0) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (6) Female U18 Prep

Gracie Graham (2G, 1A) led all skaters with three points, Madison Bowtell (10/10) made 10 saves for the shutout, and Danica Maynard (1G, 1A), Chloe Primerano (1G, 1A),  Kennedy Sisson, and Raedyn Spademan (1G, 1A) all scored for RHA Kelowna as they defeated SAHA 6-0. Ava MacLeod (2A) and Makayla Watson (2A) each had two assists in the win.

St. Mary’s Academy (1) vs Delta Hockey Academy Green (5) Female U18 Prep

Delta Green outshot St. Mary’s 48-25 en route to a 5-1 win Thursday. Ellie Chou (2G) and Kismet Dogan (2G, 1A) each scored twice with Karington Mollin (1G, 1A) adding the other Delta Green goal. Camryn Falloon scored 1:06 into the third to end the Jillian Matthews (24/25) shutout bid. 

Wenatchee Wild Hockey Academy (1) vs Delta Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep

After a scoreless first Nickolas Kovich and Bennett Muller scored 57 seconds apart to give Delta a 2-0 lead. Cole Brown would add a late second period goal to extend the lead heading into the third. Jvan Sandhu would score his first of the season, shorthanded, to put the game out of reach midway through the third. Max Workman would break the Mathias Hasselmann (29/30) shutout bid with exactly five minutes remaining. Carson Fowler (27/31) made 27 saves in the loss. 

Shawnigan Lake School (5) vs Edge School (1) Female U18 Prep

Shannon Pearson opened the scoring 8:45 in for Edge but it was all Shawnigan Lake from that point on. Meera Smith tied the game two minutes later while defenseman Taya Lonsdale (1G, 2A) and Zoe Brown each scored before the period ended. Morgan Jackson (1G, 2A) and Dawson Benson would score second period markers while Alexandra Nelson (27/28) shut the door the rest of the way. 

Notre Dame (1) vs RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (11) U18 Prep

Backed by a 7-11 power play, RHA Winnipeg defeated Notre Dame 11-1. Remy Hlady (2G, 1A) and Wyatt Stinton (2G, 1A) each scored twice while defenseman Tate Dolinsky (1G, 3A) led all skaters with four points. Copper Labelle (1G, 2A) and Carson Legault (1G, 2A) added three points in the win. Liam Schaentzler was the lone Notre Dame skater to beat Brant Catellier (31/32), doing so just 18 seconds after a Hlady goal in the third period. 

Shawnigan Lake School (4) vs St. George’s School (1) U18 Prep

Ethan Armstrong scored the lone first period goal and Matthew Jackson added his fourth of the season as Shawnigan led 2-0 after 20. Hunter Morgan would get St. George’s on the board 1:24 into the third but Brendyn Van Oene and Marcus Hughes would kill any idea of a St. George’s comeback. Mathis Perron (28/29) made 28 saves while underage forward Eli McKamey (2A) improved his point total to 8 in 5 games.