Game Day Recap: September 24, 2022


OHA Edmonton (6) vs North Shore Warriors (4) U15

Both teams scored twice on the power play and North Shore outshot OHA Edmonton 31-28, but it was OHA Edmonton who would come out on top 6-4. Jihwan Kim scored twice and Ewan Gillis (3A) and Liam Morison (1G, 2A) each recorded three point games for OHA Edmonton, who were backed by a four goal opening period. Peter Banicevic scored twice for North Shore including opening the scoring with a shorthanded goal. Cole Chorostkowski made 27 saves to pick up the win.

RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (5) vs Delta Hockey Academy (3) U16 Prep

Luca Cupello (1G, 2A) and Carter Biggs (2G) would each score first period markers for RHA Kelowna as they held a 2-0 lead heading into the third period. The third period would be an action packed one with both teams scoring three times, including a Jasper Fellbaum (3G) goal 1:05 into the period to bring Delta within one. But Liam Russell (22/25) held strong securing the win for RHA Kelowna. Jake Poblete stopped 40 shots in net for Delta.

Delta Hockey Academy (4) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) U15

OHA outshot Delta 51-28 but Matthew Wong stole the show, making 48 saves as Delta would win 4-3. OHA would grab a 2-0 lead after 20 before Treyce Pavlic (2G) would score for Delta 50 seconds into the middle frame. The two teams would then swap goals as OHA held a 3-2 lead heading into the third. Jack Morgan would tie the game with six minutes left, before Pavlic would score with just 48 seconds remaining to give Delta the win.

Edge School (9) vs St. George’s School (1) U15

The goals came early and often for Edge who scored three goals in the first, two in the second, and four in the third as they defeated St. George’s 9-1. Nathan Cole, Mirco Dufour, Luke Jamieson (2G, 1A), and Kyle Oakenfold (2G, 1A) all scored twice for Edge, while Seamus Dillon had three assists. Ishaan Sharma scored the lone goal for St. George’s.

Delta Hockey Academy (4) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (1) U17 Prep

Isa Guram would give Delta the lead late in the first period before Dane Pyatt (2G) and Cole Brown would add third period markers as they jumped out to a 4-0 lead. Brayden Rotach would get a late consolation goal for RHA Kelowna, beating Armaan Kaila (20/21) with 2:03 left in the game. Grayson Salmon and Neland Voshell each recorded two assists for Delta in the win.

Yale Hockey Academy (7) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (4) U15

Maddax Garcia would open the scoring for RHA Kelowna 6:08 into the game but it was Yale who would hold a 2-1 lead after 20. Adrian Comeau (3G, 1A) would score 1:19 into the second and Carter Bylycia (2G, 1A) would score two goals in less than a minute as Yale held a commanding 5-2 lead heading into the third. Jack Brown and Grady Monsen (2G) would score two minutes apart to bring RHA Kelowna within one, but Shaun Hildebrandt (1G, 2A) and Comeau would both score minutes later to end the RHA Kelowna comeback.

Edge School (7) vs OHA Edmonton (3) U15 Prep

Edge School would outshoot OHA Edmonton 42-35 and score multiple goals in every period as they earned a 7-3 victory. Brendan Rudolph (2G, 1A) opened the scoring just 41 seconds into the game and Owen Cooper (2G, 1A), Landon DuPont (2A), Cruz Pavao (3A), AJ Tarnowski (1G, 1A), an d Marcus Vo (1G, 1A) all recorded multi point games. Cole Prelusky made 32 saves to pick up the win for Edge. Kayden Lemire (1G, 1A), Jake MacDonald (1G, 1A) and Patrick Sopiarz scored for OHA Edmonton in the loss.

Okanagan Hockey Academy (6) vs BWC Academy (2) U15 Prep

OHA scored four times in the first period and once more in the second en route to a 6-2 win over BWC Academy. Gavin Lesiuk (2G), Mathis Preston (1G, 1A), Liam Ruck (3A), Markus Ruck (1G, 2A), and Riley Steen (1G, 1A) all led the way for OHA with multi point games. Gianni Bosa and Oleksii Zhekov were the only BWC Academy skaters to beat Parker Parrish, who made 35 saves in the win. Jeevin Sandhu made 34 saves for BWC Academy in the loss.

Northern Alberta Xtreme (11) vs BWC Academy (5) U15

Luke Grabinsky (2G) and Julian Revel (1G, 1A) each scored less than six minutes in to give BWC Academy a 2-0 lead but NAX would rattle off five in a row, grabbing a 6-3 lead heading into the third. The two teams would trade a pair of goals before NAX would score three goals in less than a minute, including two goals in seven seconds, as they pulled away for a 11-5 victory. Memphis Adeniken (1G, 1A), Kale Breton (3A), Kyle Denis (2A), Gavin Harrison (2G), Jaggar John (2G, 2A), Harry Mattern (2G, 1A), Reid Soper (2A), Osten Strickland (2A), Jackson Tetreault (2G, 2A), Thayne Wasyluk (2G, 2A), and Kayne Wright (2A) led the way offensively for NAX.

St. George’s School (9) vs Delta Hockey Academy Black (1) U15

St. George’s forward Isaac Derksen (2G) scored just 16 seconds in and Hudson May responded three minutes later as the two teams were tied at one early. But it would be all St. George’s from there as they would score eight straight goals to claim the lopsided victory. Sam Auld (2G, 2A), Eli Barrett (1G, 3A), Noah Chen (2A), Brock Cripps (2A) Kanjyu Gojsic (2G, 3A), Henry Liu (2A), and Jacob Schwartz (1G, 1A) all recorded multi point games for St. George’s School.

Shawnigan Lake School (3) vs St. George’s School (1) U18 Prep

It took a span of just 31 seconds in the second period for Matt Patry and Cole Patterson (1G, 1A) to provide Shawnigan all the offence they would need in a 3-1 win. Connor Pankratz would bring St. George’s within one midway through the second but Marcello Giorgi would score 56 seconds into the third to secure the Shawnigan victory. Charles-Edouard Legros made 19 saves in the win for Shawnigan, while Jaiden Sharma stopped 49 of 52 in the loss.

St. George’s School (6) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (3) U17 Prep

CDA would get first period goals from Donavin Bedard, Alex Clark (1G, 2A) and Brody Asuchak as they would hold a 3-1 lead after 20. But St. George’s would score five unanswered to secure a 6-3 win. Anthony Ershadi (2A), Amadeo Sim (1G, 1A), Aydan Wang (2G), and Horen Wang (1G, 1A) recorded multi point games for St. George’s in the win. Austin Ball stopped 22/25 for St. George’s while Zane Hill made 48 saves for CDA.