October 27, 2021
Northern Alberta Xtreme (4/SO) vs Edge School Female (3) U18 Prep
Sarah Kaziel (1A) and Allee Isley (1G) each scored and Erika Lind stopped both Edge shooters as NAX won 4-3 in a shootout. Defenseman Callie Dach (1G,1A) and forwards Kiersen Kobi (1G,1A), and Kori Paterson (2A) all recorded two points in the game, while Lind made 26 saves. Hailey Jackson and Rheya Zemlak scored in the first as Edge jumped out to a 2-0 lead. NAX would score three straight before Raedyn Spademan would tie the game early in the third, forcing overtime, and eventually a shootout.
St. Mary’s Academy (3) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) Female U18 Prep
St. Mary’s scored three goals in the second period, including goals 21 seconds apart, as they defeated Pilot Mound 3-1. Addison Kartusch scored once and added an assist, while Jordyn Espenell made 13 saves to pick up the win. Hailey Hojnocki scored her second of the year for PMHA stopping 31 of 34 in the loss.
October 28, 2021
Shawnigan Lake School (2) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (0) U18 Prep
Shawnigan took advantage on the power play scoring both goals with the man advantage and Charles Legros made 22 saves to pick up his first shutout and third win of the season. Ben Wright (1G,1A) scored his second of the year 2:32 into the first on the powerplay to give Shawnigan a 1-0 lead. Jonatan Raatikainen would score on the power play in the middle of the second period to extend the Shawnigan lead. Defenseman Dylan Compton would assist on both goals to bring his team leading point total to 13, tops among all CSSHL defensemen. Damon Cunningham made 35 saves in net for PCHA in the loss.
October 29, 2021
Notre Dame (0) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (13) U18 Prep
The goals came early and often for NAX who scored nine first period goals and added four more in the second, defeating Notre Dame 13-0 in the first game of the Winnipeg showcase. Logan Cunningham made 25 saves to earn his second shutout and third win of the season, while all but two NAX Skaters recorded at least a single point. Tristen Doyle (1G,3A), Zackary Shantz (1G,3A), Teydon Trembecky (3G,2A), and Reid Varkonyi (4A) led the way for NAX.
Bourget U18 (4) at Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (1) Eastern
Bourget outshot OHA 43-35 on route to a 4-1 win Saturday morning. OHA held a 1-0 lead heading into the first intermission thanks to a goal from Petr Lukes. But Bourget would score four unanswered in the final 40 minutes to take home the win. Alexis Lalonde topped all skaters with three assists, while teammate David Rioux scored once and added an assist of his own. Dawson Labre made 34 saves in the win.
Prairie Hockey Academy (1) at OHA Edmonton (2/SO) U18 Prep
Jack Lambert scored his second of the year early in the first to give OHA Edmonton an early lead, but Taggart Bryson would score just 15 seconds in the middle frame to tie the game. There would be no scoring the rest of the way, and overtime would solve nothing, as both Nick Kunyk (OHA Edmonton) and Michael Malinowski (PHA) each made 30 saves. Ben Henshall and Zane Saab would both score in the shootout for OHA Edmonton, and Kunyk would shut the door on both PHA shooters.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (3) at Edge School (1) U16 Prep
Luke Davies and Reis Nyland scored three minutes apart in the first period to give NAX a 2-0 lead. They would hold this two goal lead until Nolan DuPont would score his fifth of the season to bring Edge within one. But Owen Berge would restore the two-goal lead just minutes later as NAX would skate to a 3-1 victory. Brenner Fyfe made 36 saves for Edge,while Spencer Michnik made 22 saves in the win for NAX.
Scotiabank Showcase West Van Hockey Academy (2) at Delta Hockey Academy Green (13) U15 Prep
Delta outshot West Van 70-9 in a 13-2 Scotiabank Showcase win. Zephaniah Giam (1G, 2A), Isa Guram (2A), Chase Harrington (2G,3A), Kaleb Hartmann (3G,1A), Jakob Oreskovic (2G), Zachary Pantelakis (2G,1A), and Cooper Stockdale (2G) all had multi point games in the win.
South Alberta Hockey (8) Academy at International Hockey Academy (2) U18 Prep
It was a 3-2 game early in the third period before SAHA scored 5 goals in the last 10 minutes to take a 8-2 victory over IHA. Zack Zahara made 10 saves in the win as SAHA outshot IHA 55-12. Andrew Basha (1G,4A), Ephram McNutt (3A) and Shane Smith (2G,1A) led the offensive outburst for SAHA. Aiden Oiring also scored twice in the win.
Scotiabank Showcase RINK Kelowna (8) at Delta Hockey Academy Black (0) U15 Prep
RHA Kelowna outshot Delta 51-36 and had periods of 3, 4 and 1 goal in an 8-0 win. Hudson Kibblewhite (1G, 2A), Jason McCann (2G, 1A), and Cameron Schmidt (4G, 1A) led the way offensively for RHA Kelowna in the win. Steele Bass made 36 saves for his first shutout of the season.
Delta Hockey Academy (12) at Okanagan Hockey Academy White (2) U17 Prep
Delta Hockey Academy (10-0-0) remains unbeaten on the season with a commanding victory over Okanagan Hockey Academy. Miguel Marques (2G,4A), Tomas Mrsic (3G,2A) and Colton Roberts (1G,4A) had multipoint games, while Jordan Gavin (1G,1A) extended his current point-streak to ten games. Darian Moberly (5-0-0) is still undefeated between the pipes for Delta, picking up his fifth win, turning aside 11 of 13 shots.
Scotiabank Showcase Yale Hockey Academy (3) at Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (4) U15 Prep
Hudson Closson (3G) got the scoring started for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy 2:11 in to the game netting his fourth goal of the season. Yale responded quickly though, with three straight goals from Grant Reid (3:15), Savin Kirk (8:45) and Braeden Cootes to give YHA a 3-1 lead after twenty minutes. Pacific Coast Hockey Academy would cut into the lead in the second period; Closson scored his second of the game on the power-play (4:26) and then completed the hat-trick just seconds later (5:00) to tie the game 3-3. Overtime was needed following a scoreless third period, where Colton Alain would be the hero for PCHA, scoring the game-winner at 3:06 to give Pacific Coast their seventh win on the season (7-2-1).
RINK Winnipeg (2) at Edge School (3) U18 Prep
Brett Kaiser scored his first goal of the season late in the first period (18:39) to give RINK Kelowna the lead after twenty minutes of play, but Edge answered back just 2:37 into the second period with a power-play goal from Hunter Sawka. RINK Winnipeg regained the lead midway through the period (11:16) on a goal from Chase Simon, however, with one second left in the frame, Ethan Neutens (19:59) found the back of the net to tie the game for Edge. Carter Oakenfold scored the game-winner 5:58 into the third period to secure the win for Edge (7-1-1).
St. George’s (3) at Okanagan Hockey Academy Black (6) U17 Prep
Luke Shcherbyna (2G) gave St.George’s the lead in the first period, scoring two goals in the frame, but the offense for Okanagan Hockey Academy Black proved to be too much to handle on this night. Rhett Miller scored twice for OHA Black, including an insurance goal 0:49 seconds into the third period, and Cole Wadsworth (1G,2A) added a three-point effort in the game. Jesse Sanche was tested often in net for Okanagan Hockey Academy Black, but made 53 saves for his second win of the season.
Scotiabank Showcase BWC Academy (5) at Shawnigan Lake School (0) U15 Prep
Nathan Kam (3-0-0) turned aside all 16 shots he faced on Friday, shutting out Shawnigan Lake School to register his third win of the season. Daniel Morozov (1G,3A) led the way offensively for BWC Academy with a goal and three assists, while Jack Bakker (1G,2A) and Simon Ward (1G,2A) each had multipoint games of their own. BWC Academy remains unbeaten in regulation so far this season (4-0-0-2).
Scotiabank Showcase Okanagan Hockey Academy (8) at St. George’s (2) U15 Prep
Okanagan Hockey Academy scored seven times in the first two periods, led by Charlie Grant (2G,1A), who found the back of the net twice and added an assist. His second goal at 1:31 of the second period proved to be the game-winner in a contest where thirteen OHA skaters hit the scoresheet. Jonah Tonhauser picked up his second win of the year, stopping 23 of 25 St.George’s shots.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (6) at Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) U16 Prep
Nathan Da Silva scored on the powerplay and Connor Vogt added a shorthanded tally for Okanagan Hockey Academy, who fired 46 pucks on the Pacific Coast Hockey Academy net, but Braxton Becker turned aside 43 shots, enough to earn a win for PCHA. Brendon Hall (3G,1) registered a hat-trick and notched the game-winner, and Landon Mackie (1G,3A) put up a four-point night for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy.
RINK Winnipeg (3) at Prairie Hockey Academy (5) U16 Prep
Despite being outshot 47-29 by RINK Winnipeg, Prairie Hockey Academy edged out a win on Friday night. Kade Stringer (2G,1A) and Bryson Aikens (2) scored goals in the first period, and also in the third period for Prairie. RINK Winnipeg made it close in the third period with a power-play goal from Rhett Perrin and a follow-up tally later in the frame by Owen Warnick. However, Cole King would score into the empty net to seal it for PHA, who picked up their first win of the season.