October 30, 2021
OHA Edmonton (4) at Notre Dame (5/OT) U18 Prep
Notre Dame overcame a three goal deficit and Ondrej Fiala (3G,1A) completed his hattrick with his third goal of the season 2:25 into overtime as the Notre Dame Hounds defeated OHA Edmonton 5-4. Hunter St. Martin, Zane Saab, Kaden Bogden (1G,1A) and Ben Henshall (1G,1A) scored for OHA Edmonton who built a 4-1 lead. But goals seven seconds apart from Wyatt Sorken (1G,1A) and Fiala brought the Hounds within one heading into the third. Edouard Houde scored his first goal of the season half way through the third to complete the Hounds comeback and force overtime.
Scotiabank Showcase Delta Hockey Academy Green (5) at RINK Kelowna (8) U15 Prep
It was the Cameron Schmidt show as the forward scored six times and added an assist as RHA Kelowna beat Delta Green 8-5. Schmidt scored two in the first after Delta had taken an early 2-0 lead on goals from Dalton Toma (2G) and Chase Harrington (1G,1A). Logan Flint (1G,1A) would give RHA Kelowna a 3-2 lead early in the second before Schmidt would score three more, including 2 23 seconds apart, to close out the third. Delta would score three in a row in the third to close the gap, but Schmidt would score his sixth and final goal of the game into an empty net to end the Delta comeback.
Yale Hockey Academy (1) at Delta Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep
Delta went 3-9 on the power play and killed off all four Yale chances in a 5-1 win. Jerome Maharaj (1G,4A) had a hand in all five Delta goals and defenseman Niko Tsakumis (1G,3A) played a part in all but one. Logan Warmold was the only Yale skater able to beat Colin Reay, who made 40 stops for his third win of the season.
Scotiabank Showcase St. George’s (1) at BWC Academy (3) U15 Prep
Daniel Morozov (3A) set up Jack Bakker (3G) for all three BWC Academy goals as they defeated St. George’s 3-1. Bakker scored two in the first and one in the second to give his team a 3-0 lead. Amadeo Sim would score 39 seconds after Bakker’s last goal to give St. George’s some life, but Noah Sinagowitz finished with 24 saves to shut the door. Austin Ball made 35 saves for St. George’s in the loss.
Edge School (6) at Prairie Hockey Academy (2) U18 Prep
Ethan DeKay scored two straight goals in the second period to give Prairie a 2-1 lead, but Edge would score five straight to claim a 6-2 victory. Colton Alexander (1G,2A) opened the scoring for the Edge and Nick Johnson (1G,2A) kick-started the Edge comeback just nine second after DeKay scored the second PHA goal. Hunter Sawka (2G,2A) would score twice in the third and Noah Davis made 16 saves to seal the Edge victory.
OHA Edmonton (5) at Edge School (4) U15 Prep
Down 4-1 with 15 minutes remaining OHA Edmonton would score 4 goals to come from behind and earn their first win of the season. Julien Maze (3G) finished the game off with a natural hat trick, scoring the game winning goal with a little more than seven minutes remaining. Landen McFadden (2G,1A) scored the other two OHA Edmonton goals, while Ty Swanson made 25 saves in the win. Jungsoo Park made 42 in the loss and Nathan Behm (2G,1A) led the Edge offence.
Bourget U17 Prep (8) at CIH U17 Prep (0) Eastern
Adam Belzil scored four times, including 22 seconds into the game, and added an assist and Marc-Antoine Riopel (1G,2A) scored his ninth of the year as Bourget beat CIH 8-0. Alex Roy added a goal and an assist for Bourget, who improved to 5-3-0 on the season.
Scotiabank Showcase Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (8) at West Van Hockey Academy (0) U15 Prep
Pacific Coast fired 63 shots on net and scored three in the first, four in the second, and one in the third as they defeated West Van 8-0. Noah Kosick led the way for PCHA with two goals and three assists. Wyatt Blace (3A), and Maxwell Hoey (1G,2A) each recorded three points. Chayse Johnson made just seven saves to earn the shutout.
RINK Winnipeg (3) at Prairie Hockey Academy (1) U16 Prep
RHA Winnipeg earned their first win of the season in a 3-1 victory against PHA. Sebastian Stone opened the scoring just 52 seconds into the game to give RHA Winnipeg the early lead. Bryson Aikens would score his fifth of the season to tie the game heading into the first intermission. RINK Winnipeg would again come flying out of the gate as Bryce Bryant scored his first of the year, and the eventual game winner, just 45 seconds into the middle period. Owen Warnick would score in the third to give RHA Winnipeg breathing room late in the game. Spencer Hunnam made 44 saves in the win.
West Van Hockey Academy (0) at Delta Hockey Academy (3) U15
Delta scored a goal in every period and Dylan Karan made 14 saves to propel Delta to a 3-0 victory. Avraham Brown opened the scoring in the first with his seventh goal of the season six minutes in. Dresden Bertsch extended the lead to two with his third of the season half way through the middle frame. Nathan Barclay finished off the scoring in the third period, scoring his second of the year.
Scotiabank Showcase Delta Hockey Academy Black (0) at Okanagan Hockey Academy (7) U15 Prep
OHA went 2-2 on the power play and Conner Nicolson made 19 saves for his third win and first shutout of the season. Cameron Norrie tallied a hattrick, his first three goals of the season while Charlie Grant (1G,2A) and Chirstopher Kilduff (2G,1A) each had three point afternoons.
International Hockey Academy (2) at RINK Winnipeg (9) U18 Prep
Backed by a five goal outburst in the second period RHA Winnipeg beat IHA 9-2. Matthew Dewey (1G,2A), defenseman Blake Goretzki (2G,1A), Brett Kaiser (1G,2A), Joey Lies (1G, 2A) and Tyson Vouriot (1G,2A) all recorded three points in the win. Jackson McLeod made 13 saves to pick up his third win in four games. Braxton Singleton made 41 saves for IHA, who got goals from Carson Devine and Eric Mullen.
Edge School (4) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (1) U16 Prep
Terik Parascak scored his league best 15th and 16th goals of the season, increasing his league leading point total to 24 in 10 games, in a 4-1 Edge win. Nolan DuPont (1G,1A) scored what would turn out to be the eventual game winner with 44 seconds left in the second period Hyde Davidson scored the lone NAX goal, who saw their record drop to 6-3-0.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (5) at Yale Hockey Academy (4) U15
It was a back and forth contest but OHA pulled out the 5-4 victory over Yale. OHA held a 4-2 lead after 40 minutes but Yale saved their best for last, scoring twice and outshooting OHA 13-9 in the final 20. The comeback would ultimately fall short and Kadyn O’Brien third period tally would end up as the winner. Dane Svingen-Jones scored twice for Yale, who got 30 saves from Carson Lang. Micah Davidson made 22 saves to earn the win for OHA.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) at RINK Kelowna (7) U16 Prep
RINK Kelowna (10-0-0) remains unbeaten with a 7-3 win over Pacific Coast Hockey League on Saturday. Hunter Lang (2G, 2A) scored twice and added two assists for RINK Kelowna, while Jace Harder (1G, 2A) had a three-point night. Preston Patenaude (3-0-0) turned aside 34 shots to register his third win of the season.
Delta (4) U17 at Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) U17 Female Prep
Gracie Bagnall-Dubras started the scoring for Delta Hockey Academy in the first period (1:06), followed up by goals from London McDavid (1G, 2A) and Sydney McIntosh (1G, 2A) to give Delta a 3-1 lead. Okanagan Hockey Academy would cut into that lead early in the second period with a goal from Makena Lloyd-Howe (1:01), but Payton Finnie would respond later in the period (10:20) for Delta to restore the two-goal advantage. Emily Gerdevich would score early for OHA in the third period to make things interesting, but Jillian Matthews shut the door in the final frame, stopping 32 shots to secure the win for Delta.
OHA Edmonton (2 SO) at Notre Dame (1) U16 Prep
Rowen Albert scored his first goal of the season to give OHA Edmonton a 1-0 lead, which they held until late in the third period (16:12) when Danila Shiriaev scored to tie the game and force overtime. The extra frame solved nothing, so a shootout was needed where the seventh shooter for OHA Edmonton, Spencer Brazel, would score the shootout winner.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (2) at South Alberta Hockey Academy (3) U18 Prep
Contributions from the blueline made the difference for South Alberta Hockey Academy in this game, led by defenseman Josh Van Mulligen (2G) who scored a pair of goals. His power-play marker late in the third period (18:35) proved to be the game-winner, while also extending his point streak to four games (3G, 8Pts.). Brock Lott (4-1-0) stopped 23 of 25 shots for SAHA and has now won each of his last three starts.
Scotiabank Showcase Shawnigan Lake School (3) at Yale Hockey Academy (11) U15 Prep
It was an offensive explosion for Yale Hockey Academy who outshot Shawnigan Lake School 45-29, lighting the lamp eleven times. Kainoa Brankovic (5A) had five assists, Shea Busch (1G,3A) had a four-point night, while Grant Reid (3G,1A) and Ilija Majkic (3G) both registered hat-tricks for YHA. Aiden Eskit (5-0-0) made 26 saves in net, picking up his fifth win of the season.
Notre Dame (8) at Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (5) U15 Prep
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy scored three times in the opening period and held the lead after twenty minutes of play, but three goals in the second period from Notre Dame left the score tied 5-5 heading into the third. Jakob Boekelder (1G,1A) scored the eventual game winner at 6:49 of the third period, en route to the third win of the season for Notre Dame (3-4-0). Michael Donovan now has seven points (4G,7Pts.) in his last two games after scoring in the first period for Notre Dame and adding two more tallies in the second period for the hat-trick (3G,1A).
St. George’s (0) at RINK Kelowna (4) U15
Louis Gu (3-1-0) recorded the shutout against St.George’s following a 29 save outing on Saturday night. Owen Downey picked up his tenth goal of the season, opening the scoring with a goal that later proved to be the game-winner for RINK Kelowna. Benjamin Bowtell added his third goal of the season, Aaron Zulinick capitalized on the power-play in the third period, and Cache Leonard (1G,1A) scored into the empty net with one second left in regulation to round out the scoring for RHA.
Yale Hockey Academy (8) at Okanagan Hockey Academy Black (3) U17 Prep
It took just 0:26 seconds into the game for Yale Hockey Academy to hit the scoresheet, when Ethan Merner found the back of the net for his fourth goal of the season. McCarthy Richardson (2G) scored twice for YHA and Chase Valliant (3G,2A) had a five-point performance, including a hat-trick, while Jesse Heslop (2G,2A) added four points of his own in the win. Wyatt Bailey (2G) scored twice for Okanagan Hockey Academy Black in the loss.
RINK Kelowna (4) at St. George’s (5) U18 Prep
St.George’s edged out RINK Kelowna 5-4 to even their season record at 3-3. Seth Tansem (1G,1A), Maddix McCagherty (1G,1A), and Brayden Skogstad (1G,1A) led the way offensively for St.George’s, and Zach Zapanta scored the game-winning goal at 15:33 of the third period, his second GWG this season. Jaiden Sharma (4-1-0) earned his fourth win of the year with a 22-save outing between the pipes.
Delta Hockey Academy (6) at West Van Hockey Academy (3) U16 Prep
The game was tied 3-3 after twenty minutes between Delta Hockey Academy and West Van Academy, but Delta took over in the final two periods scoring three unanswered goals. Jacob Suderman (3G) recorded a hat-trick, scoring a goal in the first period and adding two more in the second period while Delta outshot West Van Hockey Academy 57-34. Brayden Burrows (3-2-0) made 31 saves for his third win.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (1) at BWC Academy (2) U16 Prep
Okanagan Hockey Academy took the lead late in the first period (17:26) on a goal from Peyton Dickie, his fifth of the season. Alex Coventry had a response for BWC Academy in the second period, notching his first goal of the season to tie the game 1-1. The game stayed that way until the third period, when Rolan Amin scored (2:48) to give BWC Academy the lead. Josh Vallee picked up the win in net for BWC making 30 saves.
St. George’s (3) at RINK Kelowna (2) U17 Prep
Reece Liu and Nick Ershadi found the back of the net in the first period to give St.George’s the two-goal lead after twenty minutes. Reegan Kominko responded in the second period for RINK Kelowna with a power-play goal at 4:31, but Connor Pankratz would notch the go-ahead goal midway through the frame (9:20) en route to St.George’s win.
Delta Hockey Academy (13) at Okanagan Hockey Academy White (1) U17 Prep
It was an onslaught of shots by Delta Hockey Academy on Saturday, outshooting Okanagan Hockey Academy White 50-14 in the game, while putting 13 goals on the board. Jordan Gavin (3G,4A), Tomas Mrsic (4G,2A) and Miguel Marques (2G,4A) had big games for Delta, and all three players have amassed significant point totals in each game this season. Noah Stenvig (6-0-0) earned his sixth win of the year turning aside just 13 shots, as Delta improves to 10-0-0.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (1) at West Van Hockey Academy (2) U18 Prep
The game remained tied 1-1 through forty-minutes, after Yashas Jain scored the lone goal in the first period (6:33) for West Van Academy, and Tyler Seminoff tied the game for Okanagan Hockey Academy at 8:58 of the second period. Jaxon Fuder scored the eventual game-winner, converting on the power-play for West Van at 7:16 of the third period to pick up their first win of the season.