October 8, 2022
Delta Hockey Academy(2) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (1) U16 Prep
It was a tight game between Delta Hockey Academy and Okanagan Hockey Academy. Brett Woodward scored late in the first period on the power-play (17:15) to give Delta the lead after twenty minutes. The score remained the same throughout the majority of the second period, until Rylan Clark found the back of the net in the dying seconds of the frame (19:36) to extend the lead for Delta, 2-0. Reuben Stone answered back with a power-play goal for OHA to cut into the lead late in the third period but that’s all they would get. Jake Poblete held on for the win between the pipes for Delta, making 36 of 37 saves.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy (18) U18 Prep
South Alberta Hockey Academy picked up their first regulation win of the season in resounding fashion, scoring 18 goals in the process to defeat Pilot Mound Hockey Academy. All but one skater registered a point or more for SAHA, but leading the way was Gavin McKenna (4G, 4A), who recorded an 8-point night. In total, SAHA fired 81 shots on net in the game.
International Hockey Academy (4) vs OHA Edmonton (6) U18 Prep
Max Sullivan (2G, 1A) had a three-point night for International Hockey Academy, but it wasn’t enough, as OHA Edmonton had the answer. Spencer Brazal (2G) lit the lamp twice, including a power-play goal for OHA Edmonton. Ethan Makokis, Dawson Madden, and Julien Maze all scored for OHA Edmonton, with Austin Robinson scoring the game-winner at 9:24 of the third period.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (7) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (2) U15
With the game tied 2-2 in the second period, Okanagan Hockey Academy scored 5-straight goals to finish up the game. Maxx Parfitt scored his fifth and sixth goals of the season, including one on the power-play for OHA, while Cooper Vogt (2G, 1A) scored one of his two goals short-handed. Goaltender, Mason Patterson, turned aside 22 of 24 shots to register his first win of the season. (1-1-0).
International Hockey Academy (5) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (4) U17 Prep
The game was back-and-forth the whole way, with both teams trading goals throughout the game. With the game tied 3-3 early in the third period, Ayaan Vira lit the lamp to give International Hockey Academy the lead (7:48). The advantage would only last 0:15 seconds, however, as Beau Murray answered swiftly for Pilot Mound Hockey Academy to tie the game 4-4. (8:03). Later, with IHA on a late power-play, Noa Halat scored to take the lead, followed up by an insurance marker from Luca Dufour to seal it for IHA.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (5) U17 Prep
Two goals from Peyton Dickie in the first period, followed up by two more goals scored by Jaeger Dostal gave Okanagan Hockey Academy a commanding 4-goal lead midway through the second period. Michael Konechny added a power-play goal for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy, and Aangid Manhas added an even-strength tally in the third but that was all the offense for PCHA. Ryan Tamelin (1-1-0) made 20 saves for his first win between the pipes this season.
Delta Hockey Academy (2) vs St. George’s School (0) U15
The game was scoreless through two periods of play between Delta Hockey Academy and St. George’s School but in the final frame, Delta took control with back-to-back goals. Treyce Pavlic opened the scoring at 10:15 of the third period, followed up by an insurance tally from Kesler Curtis (18:11) to give DHA the edge on the scoreboard. Delta goaltender, Matthew Wong (2-0-0) turned aside all 19 shots he faced to record the shutout.
OHA Edmonton (3) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (4 / OT) U16 Prep
Prairie Hockey Academy scored two power-play goals in the opening period, with Kale Pratt (13:10) and Cohen Friesen both converting to give PHA the 2-0 lead after twenty minutes. OHA Edmonton would answer back and take the lead with three-straight goals of their own, including a short-handed marker from Callum Mclean 2:49 into the third period. However, Riedar Armstrong would tie the game for PHA eventually forcing overtime. In the extra frame, Kale Pratt snapped home his second goal of the contest for the game winner 0:47 seconds into O.T.
North Shore Warriors (5) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (6 / SO) U18 Prep
It took just 0:30 seconds for the North Shore Warriors to take the lead in the game, as Grayden Ewing made it 1-0 early. In response, Lance Insko would tie the game on the power-play at 4:20 for Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy. Ewing, Beck Humber and Wake Purdy all added goals on the power-play for North Shore, but CDA struck three times in the third period to force overtime. It was 5-5 through regulation and overtime solved nothing. It wasn’t until the seventh shooter for Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy, Holden Smith, scored to win the game in the shootout.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (5) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) U18 Prep
Landon Mackie scored for Pacific Coast Hockey Academy, who led 1-0 after the first period. Okanagan Hockey Academy would tie the game on the power-play early in the second period, when Tim Shutz converted (1:40), but back-to-back goals by PCHA swung the momentum as Carson Lesiuk (PP) and Cam Johnsen helped retake the lead. Johnsen would score another power-play goal in the third period, to put things out of reach.
Yale Hockey Academy (6) vs St. George’s School (2) U17 Prep
St. George’s School got out to a two-goal lead in the first period from goals by Amadeo Sim and Liam Magnuson, but that’s all they would get. Yale Hockey Academy would go on to score six unanswered goals to take a 6-2 lead into the third period. Domenik McInenly shut the door in the final frame for YHA, ultimately turning aside 30 of 32 shots for the win.