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Game Day Recap: October 31, 2021

Notre Dame (1) at Edge School (3) U18 Prep

Edge School improves to 9-1-0 on the season with a win over Notre Dame, outshooting the Hounds 52-20 in the process. Ayden Peters (4:30) opened the scoring for Edge in the second period, followed up by the go-ahead goal by Colton Alexander (12:37), with an insurance marker in the third period from Justin Kipkie. Wesley Wilding scored on the power-play for Notre Dame (17:11) to break the shutout bid for Jackson Unger (6-0-0), who stopped 19 of 20 shots for his sixth win.

South Alberta Hockey Academy (6) at OHA Edmonton (0) U18 Prep

South Alberta Hockey Academy netted six goals for their sixth win of the season, as Zack Zahara (3-2-0) earned his first shutout of the year with a 19-save performance against OHA Edmonton. Ephram McNutt (1G,1A), Andrew Basha (1G,1A), Shane Smith (1G,1A) and Dayden Collier (1G,1A) all had multipoint efforts for SAHA on Sunday.

Scotiabank Showcase Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) at Delta Hockey Academy Green (5) U15 Prep

Presley Kerner scored on the power-play and Simon Cecconi lit the lamp late, but Okanagan Hockey Academy ran out of time to complete their third period comeback, as Delta Hockey Academy held on for the win. Jackson DeGraves (1G,1A) and Jovan Sandhu (1G,1A) each had a goal and an assist for Delta, while Cooper Stockdale’s tally in the third period turned out to be the game-winner.

Scotiabank Showcase BWC Academy (5) at Delta Hockey Academy Black (2) U15 Prep

BWC Academy fired 45 shots on net, converting five times, while limiting Delta Hockey Academy to just 18 shots in the game. Ashton Beriana would score the eventual game-winning goal just 0:23 seconds into the third period and add another goal for good measure at 13:40 of the frame. Fresh off a hat-trick performance in his last game, Jack Bakker (2A) continued his  recent hot-streak, collecting a pair of assists in the win on Sunday. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (1) at Delta Hockey Academy (3) U16 Prep

David Chong (2G) opened the scoring for Delta Hockey Academy in the first period with his fourth goal of the season, and he added another goal in the second period on the powerplay to put Delta up 2-0. Kayden Clarke would cut into the lead for Okanagan Hockey Academy, scoring his sixth goal of the season in the third period, but Mikhail Levaniuk deposited the puck into an empty net late in the game to seal it for Delta. Mathias Hasselmann (3-2-0) was busy between the pipes in this game, making 35 saves for the win.

RINK Kelowna (2) at BWC Academy (5) U18 Prep

BWC Academy capitalized three times with the man-advantage in the game, with power-play goals from Diego Buttazzoni (1G,1A), Justin Ivanusec (2G,1A), and Carson Wetsch. Liam Hallett (4-1-0) earned his fourth win of the season, turning aside 13 of 15 shots. Tij Iginla scored his fourth goal of the season and Maddix McCagherty scored his second goal this weekend for RINK Kelowna. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (6) at International Hockey Academy (2) U18 Prep

Prairie Hockey Academy (1-5-0-1) earned their first win of the season defeating International Hockey Academy 6-2 on Sunday afternoon. Chase Jocelyn (2G), Taggart Bryson, and Beau Helmeczi all scored to give PHA the lead after twenty minutes, while Ethan Dekay added two goals in the third period to put the game out of reach. Michael Malinowski (1-2-0) made 13 saves for his first win between the pipes. 

RINK Winnipeg (3) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (2) U18 Prep

RINK Winnipeg found all the scoring they would need in the second period, with three goals in a row from Peyton Pieczko (2), Chase Simon (6), and Thomas Stewart (1), who was credited with the winning goal. Goals from Lucas Schuett and Mason Hartley kept the game within reach for Northern Alberta Xtreme, but Donovan Bodnar (3-2-0) was solid between the pipes all game long for RHA Winnipeg, making 37 saves for the win.

Notre Dame (10) at Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (0) U15 Prep

Alexis Lavigne (3G,2A) led the charge offensively with a five-point night, including a hat-trick for Notre Dame. Jakob Boekelder (2G,2A) added a pair of goals and a pair of assists, as did Joby Baumuller (2G,2A), while Koby Bossaer (2G,1A) had a three-point effort to help the Hounds win their fourth game this season (4-4-0). Xavier Bussiere (2-3-0) was solid when called upon in net, turning aside all 16 shots he faced to record his second shutout.

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (7) at RINK Kelowna (2) U16 Prep

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (6-2-0) put seven goals in the back of the net to hand RINK Kelowna (10-1-0) their first loss of the season. Jase Johnstone (2G,2A) had four points for PCHA, while Max Lavoie (2G,1A) and Scott Nicholas (1G,2A) had three-point contributions in the game. Taber Penner (3-1-0) earned his third win of the season, stopping 39 of 41 shots he faced. 

Scotiabank Showcase RINK Kelowna (10) at Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) U15 Prep

Cameron Schmidt followed up yesterday’s six goal, seven point performance with a four assist game today as RHA Kelowna defeated PCHA 10-3. Today was Max Finley’s turn to pile on the goals, scoring four times and tallying an assist. Joe Iginla and Kadon McCann both scored twice, and Hudson Kibblewhite (1G,5A) led all skaters with six points. Wyatt Danyleyko, Jace McFaul (1G,1A), and Jordan Ramsay scored for PCHA, while Noah Kosick added two assists. 

Delta U17 (0) at Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (5) Female Prep

The lone Female Prep game of the day saw OHA outshoot Delta 38-21 in a 5-0 OHA win. It took until 3:01 into the second period for Madison Mahovlich (1G,1A) to break the scoreless tie. OHA wasted no time increasing their lead with Alexandra Soon scoring just 34 seconds later. Kailey Wrigglesworth (1G,1A) and Kennedy Sisson (1G,1A) would also score in the second period as OHA grabbed a 4-0 40 minute lead. Emily Gerdevich would score the lone third period goal. In her first game of the season, Magdalena Luggin made 21 saves to earn the shutout victory. 

Scotiabank Showcase West Van Hockey Academy (5) at Shawnigan Lake School (9) U15 Prep

Shawnigan fired 40 shots on net as they defeated West Van 9-5. Brandon Kendall recorded a hattrick and Elliot Compton (3A), Matthew Mackay (2G,1A), Jackson Rauh (2G,3A) and Carson Usher (4A) all had big offensive games for Shawnigan. Lukas Hoff scored a goal and added two assists to lead the West Van offence in a game that saw seven goals scored in the third period.  

RINK Winnipeg (7) at Prairie Hockey Academy (2) U16 Prep

Ethan Simcoe made 36 and Jayden Penner had five assists as RHA Winnipeg defeated PHA 7-2. The game was tied at two heading into the third period but RHA Winnipeg would explode for five goals, including two 17 seconds apart. Rhett Perrin (1G,2A) and Bryce Bryant (1G,1A) started the scoring for RHA Winnipeg in the first, while Kade Stringer and Cole King responded for PHA, before the runaway third period. 

OHA Edmonton (7) at Notre Dame (0) U16 Prep

Backed by 4 power play goals and a 25 save shutout by Emmett Neitsch, OHA Edmonton defeated Notre Dame 7-0 to improve their record to 5-2-0. Jack Birch led all skaters with four points, while OHA Edmonton got multi point performances from Bowen Grycan (1G,1A), Landon Hanson (1G,1A), Camden McNaughton (2G), and Austin Robinson (1G,1A). 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) at St. George’s (6) U18 Prep

It was all OHA early on as they jumped out to a 3-0 lead 10 minutes in thanks to goals from Colton Schmidt (1G,1A), Emmett Nordin, and Brett Calhoon (1G,1A). But Hiroki Gojsic (2G,1A) would score with 39 seconds left in the period to give St. George’s some momentum heading into the intermission. St. George’s would take that momentum and run with it, scoring two goals in the second to tie it and three more in the third to claim a 6-3 win. 

Scotiabank Showcase Yale Hockey Academy (5) at St. George’s (2) U15 Prep

Yale outshot St. George’s 49-20 and scored 3 third period goals to win 5-2. Austin Ball made 44 saves for St. George’s but it wasn’t enough as Yale got goals from Lucas Biros, Kainoah Brankovic, Shea Busch, Braeden Cootes (1G,1A), and Ilija Majkic. Grant Reid led all skaters with four assists. Amadeo Sim and Aydan Wang scored for St. George’s. 

St. George’s (5) at RINK Kelowna (0) U17 Prep

St. George’s got 22 saves from Luca Stegmann and scored 3 goals in the opening 20 and 2 more in the final period to win 5-0. Luka Shcherbyna (1G,2A) scored his team leading 10th goal, bringing his season point total to 13 in just 7 games. Connor Pankratz scored twice in the win, while Hunter Morgan had a goal and an assist. 

Edge School (4) at OHA Edmonton (3) U15 Prep

Defenseman Jackson Smith (1G,1A) scored with 1:45 left in the game to give Edge a 4-3 win. Four of the game’s seven goals came in the opening period as Nate Crashley (2G/Edge), Lucas Knorr (OHA Edmonton) and Matt Paranych (OHA Edmonton) scored their first goals of the season. Ben Binder Nord (1G,1A) had the other goal in the opening 20 and Jungsoo Park made 21 saves in the win. 

St. George’s (4/OT) at Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) U15

Armaan Ali scored with 17 seconds left to force overtime and teammate Sachin Sidhu scored his second of the game just 20 seconds into the extra frame as St. George’s defeated OHA 4-3. Blake Riley scored to give OHA a lead but just less than three minutes left before Ali tied the game. Defenseman Idsish Yang assisted on all four St. George’s goals and Kyle Taylor made 29 saves in the win.