Game Day Recap: October 26-27, 2022

Mount Academy U18 Prep (2) vs Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (4)

Mount Academy outshot OHA 43-30 but a 41 save performance from Benoit Aucoin (41/43) gave OHA a 4-2 victory. Yaroslav Alifanov, Jett Jock, Kristof Molnar (1G, 2A) and Cody Morton all scored for OHA, while Stevie Clark (2A) recorded two assists. Brandon Gauthier and Cole Power scored for Mount in the loss. Ethan Clark stopped 26 of 30 in net.

Mount Academy U18 Varsity (5/SO) vs Ontario Hockey Academy Prep (4)

Mount stayed unbeaten on the season with a 5-4 shootout win over OHA. Mount held a 2-1 lead after 20 before a two goal OHA second period saw the game tied at 3-3 heading into the third. Aidan Brewer would give OHA their first lead of the game 7:06 into the third, but David Lebel would score his seventh of the season four minutes later to tie the game and eventually force overtime. After a scoreless overtime, Anthony Campbell and Gus El-Tahhan would both score in the shootout, while Rylan Benner (21/25) would stop both OHA shooters.

Mount Academy U17 (6/OT) vs  Ontario Hockey Academy U17 Maroon (5)

Austin Walker (1G, 2A) gave Mount a 1-0 lead after 20 but Thomas Leclair would tie the game just 28 seconds into the second. Mount would then score three straight, before a late second period tally by Hugo Allard (3G) brought the score to 4-2 heading into the third. Louis-Carl Tremblay (2G, 2A) would extend the lead 3:11 into the first but OHA would mount a comeback, scoring three goals in a span of eight minutes. Tremblay would end up the overtime hero, scoring 3:43 into the extra frame.

RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (10) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (0) U18 Prep

RHA Winnipeg outshot PMHA 112-15 en route to a 10-0 win. Owen Martin (2G, 2A), Hayden Paupanekis (2G, 2A) and Cole Penner (1G, 3A) led the RHA Winnipeg offence with four points. Jaden Beauchamp (1G, 2A), Cole Cairns (1G, 2A),  and Gavin Nemis (3A) all recorded three points in the win. Burke Hood stopped all 15 shots he faced for the shutout victory.

Ontario Hockey Academy U17 Maroon (6) vs Mount Academy U16 (4)

Backed by a five goal second period OHA would defeat Mount Academy 6-4. Brayden Besner (3G, 1A), Alexi Gregoire and Takanobu Hiraga (2G, 1A) would score the OHA goals while Fintan Boudreau would stop 29 of 33 shots for the win. Noah Cziment, Jeremy Gould (1G, 1A), Isiah Rodgerson and Brett Shaw would score for Mount Academy, who got 40 saves from Scott Leblanc (40/46).

CIH U17 (5/OT) vs Mount Academy U17 (4)

Maddox Thisdelle (2G) would score just 15 seconds in and add another tally less than 2 minutes later as CIH grabbed a quick lead. Nicolas Lavoie would respond for Mount with 29 seconds left in the period, and a Tristan St-Gelais (1G, 1A) goal 1:55 into the second would tie the game. Koichiro Matsudaira (1G, 2A) would give CIH a 3-2 lead heading into the third, but two goals in a span of 26 seconds from Harlan Eustace and Dawson Grandy would give Mount their first lead of the game. A Samuel Caouette marker midway through the third would once again tie the game, forcing overtime. In OT Bailey Yates would score his second goal of the season 1:21 in to give CIH a 5-4 win.

CIH U18 (5) vs Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (3)

It was an action packed first period as each team scored three times in the opening 20 minutes of play. Second period goals from Liam Lynn and Lukas Plank (3G), along with a 28 save performance from Victor Cech (28/31) would give CIH a 5-3 win. Danylo Tsybulskyi (4A) would lead all skaters with four points, while Stevie Clarke (2A) and Kristof Molnar (2G) would each recorded two point games for OHA.

Ontario Hockey Academy Prep (3/OT) vs Mount Academy U18 Prep (2)

Igor Pastukhov (1G, 1A) and Bjorn Bjornsen each scored their first goal of the season midway through the second period as OHA held a 2-0 advantage heading into the third. In the third Jesse Gauthier (1G, 1A) and Thomas Ducas would score exactly three minutes apart for Mount to tie the game and force OT. A Mount penalty late in OT would give OHA a power play opportunity, one that they wouldn’t let go to waste as Marc-Antoine Richard would score his first goal of the season to give his team a 3-2 overtime victory. Alexis Sabourin made 24 stops in the win.