Mount Academy U16 vs CIH Academy U17 Eastern U17
Samuel Caouette got the scoring started for CIH Academy 4:32 into the first period, but it was answered quickly by Mount Academy. Derek Andrews found the back of the net midway through the frame to tie the game 1-1. In the second, Noah Cziment scored to give Mount Academy the lead, and he would add two assists in the game, as well. Trailing by a goal heading into the third period, CIH Academy battled back, scoring twice in under a minute. Hogan Blais tied it and Koichiro Matsudaira netted the eventual game winner.
Wenatchee (1) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (6) U17 Prep
Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy earned their first win of the season with a solid offensive performance against Wenatchee. Eli Fareria recorded a hat-trick, scoring three goals for CDA, while Ryan Turner tallied a pair and added an assist. The lone goal for Wenatchee was scored by Fischer Nicolet, but Tyler Mak ultimately made 28 saves to pick up the win for CDA.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (7) vs OHA Edmonton (4) U17 Prep
Aangid Manhas scored twice for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy and picked up three assists. So too did Noah Gebicki, who netted a pair of goals and added three helpers, while Parker MacDougal scored a hat-trick and had two assists for a five-point game. Braxton Becker picked up his second win of the season between the pipes, turning aside 18 shots for the win.
St. George’s School (5) vs Delta Hockey Academy (0) U15
Alexander Allen scored a goal in the first period and added another in the third period for St. George’s School, while Aaron Castro, Jonathan Beraldin and Jayan Sinha each scored a goal. In net for the Saints, Les Toth now has three wins on the year, turning aside all 24 shots he faced to record the shutout.
BWC Academy (7) vs Indigenous Sports Academy (2) U17 Prep
Brett Peebles opened the scoring and added two assists, while Nolan Gray scored twice for BWC Academy, as they took a 4-0 lead into the third period. Jake Yakubowski broke the shutout bid scoring his fourth of the season for Indigenous Sports Academy 0:36 into the final frame, but BWC responded with three-straight to put the game out of reach.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (3) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (1) U17 Prep
Northern Alberta Xtreme (5-0-0) remains unbeaten, picking up their fifth win of the season against a tough opponent RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (5-2-0). The game was scoreless heading into the second period, when Andrew Thomson converted on the powerplay for NAX, followed up by the go-ahead goal from Eric Geisbrecht. 2-0 after two periods. Logan Flint cut into the lead late in the third period to get RHA Kelowna on the board, but an empty-net goal from Torretto Marrelli would foil the comeback attempt.
Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (0) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep
Tim Shutz and Hunter Sellers both scored in the opening period to give Okanagan Hockey Academy a two-goal lead at the break. After a scoreless second period, OHA came out with two more goals in the third, from Chris Kilduff and Kayden Clark to extend the lead to 4-0. Nathan Preston was sharp between the pipes for OHA, recording the shutout with a 29-save performance.
OHA Edmonton (0) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (8) U18 Prep
Northern Alberta Xtreme scored five times in the third period in an offensive display on Saturday. Lanson Hanson scored a pair, while Dylan Ronald and Jackson Bessette had a goal and two assists each. Spencer Michnik picked up his second win of the season with a 21-save shutout performance.
Edge School (2) vs RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (3) U18 Prep
Aven Cockerill opened the scoring with a powerplay goal for RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg, and Job Peters added to the lead in the opening minute of the second period, also on the powerplay. Edge School would respond in the middle frame, with two powerplay goals scored back-to-back by Terik Parascak to tie the game 2-2 heading into the break. In the third period, Owen Martin would score his ninth goal of the season to help RHAW to the win.
Edge School (10) vs Notre Dame (1) U15 Prep
Landon DuPont had a four-point night, registering three goals and one assist for Edge School. Cruz Pavao also had a hat-trick on the night, scoring three times and picking up an assist, while Chris Wright and Miles Copeland added three assists each. Carter Hudyma scored the only goal for RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg, but Edge netminder Cole Prelusky stopped 15 of 16 shots he faced to register the win.
BWC Academy (1) vs Delta Hockey Academy (3) U16 Prep
Jasper Fellbaum scored on the powerplay for Delta in the first period, with Adam Clauzel and Dylan Lazaroff adding to the lead in the second period. Lazaroff would add two assists in the game, as well, for a three-point effort. Shay McVicker turned aside 24 of 25 shots between the pipes, including a penalty shot attempt, picking up the win for Delta, while Chrisitan Revel scored the lone goal for BWC Academy inthe contest.
Yale Hockey Academy (4) vs Notre Dame (1) U17 Prep
Yale Hockey Academy had a big night offensively and remained unbeaten in regulation through their first six games to start the season. Lucas Biros scored twice in the first five minutes of the game, which led to an eventual five-goal first period. In the second, Marco Depedrina capitalised on back-to-back powerplay opportunities to extend the Lions lead. Bexson Fox scored a shorthanded goal for Notre Dame and added an assist in the loss.
RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg U18 (1) vs Edge School U18 Female (6) U18 Prep
Shannon Pearson led the way offensively for Edge School, registering a hat-trick and four points, with three goals and one assist. Jordan Blouin picked up a goal and an assist, extending her point-streak to three games, where she has picked up six goals and nine points in that span. Katie Anhalt scored her first goal of the season to put RINK Hockey Academy on the board, but that’s all they would get in the game.
International Hockey Academy (2) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (3/SO) U17 Prep
Kesar Deol scored his second goal of the season as IHA held a 1-0 lead heading into the second. Taj Roberts and Jacob Selent would score 1:14 apart midway through the second to give OHA a 2-1 lead after 40. Eric Marks would score the lone third period goal for IHA, forcing OT, and eventually a shootout. In the shootout it would take until the fourth round for a skater to beat either netminder, when Selent scored on Luca Stegmann (26/28) to give OHA the win. Landon Garbitt (29/31) stopped all four IHA shooters in the shootout.
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (3) vs Delta Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep
The two teams would swap solo first period goals before each scoring twice in the second. The third would see Brogan Mcneil give Delta the lead 11:44 into the period, and Linden Burrett would add an empty netter with 53 seconds remaining to secure the Delta victory. Jack Bakker (1G, 1A), Noah Macdonald (1G, 1A) and Brayden Willis (2A) each recorded two points for Delta in the win, while Brendan Gee stopped 37 of 40.
CIH Academy U18 (5) vs Okanagan Hockey Ontario U18 (4) Eastern U18
A back and forth game saw the two teams tied 1-1 after one, before CIH grabbed a 5-3 lead heading into the third. Francesco Carlo Denti would score his first of the season early in the third to bring OHO within one, but Thomas Samborski (34/38) would keep the door shut the rest of the way. Giovanni Mandruzzato (1G, 1A) and Lukas Plank (1G, 1A) each scored once and recorded an assist for CIH, while Rhys Hausz (1G, 1A) would do the same for OHO.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (15) vs Notre Dame (2) U18 Prep
Noah Dziver (5G, 1A) and Gavin McKenna (3G, 2A) paced the SAHA offence in a 15-2 win. Kade Duell (1G, 3A) and Sammy Hynes (4A) each added four points while Ethan McCallum (18/20) earned his first win of the season. Nick Karczmiarz (2G), who opened the scoring 1:30 into the game, scored both Notre Dame goals in the loss.
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (5) vs North Shore Warriors (3) U15
Jack Brown (3G, 1A) gave RHA Kelowna the initial lead but Elias Beselt would tie the game just 18 seconds later. RHA Kelowna would regain the lead just two minutes later thanks to Von Lakovic. NSW would once again tie the game, this time on Mikhail Maliouguine’s second goal of the season. Brown would respond within minutes with two goals of his own to restore the lead. Peter Banicevic would bring North Shore back within one, but Grady Monsen (1G, 1A) would put the game out of reach 10 minutes later.
Shawnigan Lake School (1) vs BWC Academy (2) U18 Prep
Ryder Mcintosh scored the lone first period goal for BWC Academy and Cole Patterson had the lone marker for Shawnigan in the second as the two teams entered the third tied at 1-1. In the third it was Ty Coupland who would break the Shawnigan hearts, scoring with just 58 seconds left in the game to give BWC Academy a 2-1 win.
Prairie Hockey Academy (5) vs Delta Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep
Cole King opened the scoring shorthanded with his first goal of the season. Austin Wentz (2G, 1A) and Gage Nagel (2G, 1A) would extend the PHA lead midway through the second. Cole Brown would get Delta on the board just minutes later but third period goals from Nagel and Wentz would secure the win. Aidan Vallance (3A) recorded three points and Luke McKenchnie stopped 28 of 29 in the win.
Champions Hockey Academy (3) vs Mount Academy U17 (7) Eastern U17
Mount outshot Champions 79-22 in a 7-3 victory. Harlan Eustace (1G, 2A) led all skaters with three points while Jacob Caron (1G, 1A), Xavier Charron (1G, 1A), Vincenzo Di Rocco (1G, 1A), Aiden Diamond (2A), Dawson Grandy (1G, 1A), and Justin Hughes (2A) all recorded multiple points in the win.
Yale Hockey Academy (5) vs St. George’s School (0) U18 Prep
Backed by a three goal first period, Yale defeated St. George’s 5-0. Steven Foster, Evan Smith, Chase Valliant, and Savin Virk (2G) all scored for Yale and defenceman Will Sharpe (4A) led all skaters with four points. Ethan Eskit (43/43) made an impressive 43 saves in the shutout victory. Liam Hallett stopped 44 of 49 in the loss for St. George’s.
Delta Hockey Academy Green (4) vs St. George’s School (5/OT) U15 Prep
St. George’s would hold a 2-0 lead after 20 thanks to goals from Kanjyu Gojsic (1G, 1A) and Harshaan Kaila. Delta would respond with three second period goals, and an early third period goal, to grab a 4-2 lead. But Eli Barrett (2G, 1A) and Jayden Simpson would score late tallies to tie the game and force OT. In OT Barrett would score his 10th goal of the season to give St. George’s a 5-4 win. Defenseman Brock Cripps (4A) would record four points in the win.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) vs St. George’s School (4) U17 Prep
Charlie Weaver (1G, 1A), Minsuk Hou, Cole Caplan and Sachin Sidhu (1G, 1A) scored consecutive goals for St. George’s who held a 4-0 shutout lead late into the third. But Beau Murray would score with 2:15 remaining to end the Austin Ball (31/32) shutout bid. Quinn Burfoot stopped 46 of 50 in the loss for PMHA.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (1) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (8) Female U18 Prep
NAX outshot PMHA 48-12 while earning an 8-1 win. Molly Hamilton (1G, 3A) led all skaters with four points while Keyana Bert (2G, 1A) and Allison McGregor (2G, 1A) each scored twice. Reanna Loberg (3A) added three assists and Maria Ayre (1G, 1A) and Sarah Kjemhus (2A) tallied two points. Hyoseo Cheon (11/12) picked up the win for NAX.
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (11) vs North Shore Warriors (1) U15 Prep
Logan McAloney (63/74) made a whopping 63 saves but it wasn’t enough as RHA Kelowna defeated North Shore 11-1 in the last game of the day. Maddox Gandha (2G, 4A), and Brody Gillespie (4G, 2A) each recorded six points in the win and Steele Bass (7/8) earned his fourth win of the season. Brady Walker (1G, 4A) had five points and all but one RHA Kelowna skater tallied at least one point in the win. Carsten Campbell scored the lone North Shore goal.