Game Day Recap: September 25, 2022


OHA Edmonton (8) vs Delta Hockey Academy (5) U15

Noah Stone (1G, 2A) opened the scoring for OHA Edmonton but Alexander Laing (2G) would respond less than four minutes later as the two teams were tied at one after one. OHA Edmonton would score four straight second period goals, including two by Jihwan Kim (3G,1A), to grab a 5-2 lead heading into the third. The two teams would each score three times in the final period as OHA Edmonton secured a win backstopped by Oliver Bryks 36 saves.

St. George’s School (5) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (3) U17 Prep

St. George’s School would score the first three goals of the game before CDA would respond with two of their own to bring them within one with 10 minutes left. Amadeo Sim would restore the two goal cushion for St. George’s but Alex Clark would score late to bring CDA back within one. An Aydan Wang empty netter with one second remaining ended the CDA comeback. CDA forwards Isaac Erickson (3A) and Verners Veinbergs (2G, 1A) led all skaters with three points. Imaree Dhaliwal made 43 saves to earn the victory.

RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (9) vs BWC Academy (0) U15 Prep

RHA Kelowna would score 3 goals in every period and outshoot BWC Academy 44-34 in a 9-0 win. Cage Smith (3G,2A) and Cruz Waltze (2G,3A) would lead the way offensively while Steele Bass stopped all 34 shots for the shutout.

Shawnigan Lake School (5) vs St. George’s School (3) U18 Prep

St. George’s would grab a 2-0 lead just 6:16 into the game before Jonatan Raatikainen (1G, 1A) would respond for Shawnigan 30 seconds later. But Connor Pankratz would restore the St. George’s two goal lead just 29 seconds into the second. It was all Shawnigan from there as they would score four unanswered goals to earn the 5-3 win. Fedor Samsonov made 31 saves and George Stavrianeas (1G, 2A) recorded a three point game for Shawnigan Lake.

Yale Hockey Academy (6/OT) vs Edge School (5) U15

Edge would score three goals in a span of 41 seconds to grab an early lead before Adrian Comeau (2G, 2A) would get one back for Yale late in the first. They would tie the game in the second before Luke Jamieson (1G, 1A) would restore the Edge lead. Seth Castronuovo (2G) would tie the game again before Ben Oliverio would again give Edge the lead. But Yale would once again battle back to tie it, this time thanks to a Daniel Havard marker. The game would need overtime where Carter Bylycia (1G, 2A) would score 1:27 in to give Yale the 6-5 win.

Shawnigan Lake School (5) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep

Shawnigan Lake would score the first four goals of the game, three of which were from Brendyn Van Oene, en route to a 5-1 victory. Eliot Compton and Cole Mekelburg would each score once and add an assist, while Brandon Kendall would add two assists. Charlie Keeffe made 28 saves to earn his first victory of the new season. Parker MacDougall scored the lone PCHA goal.

Okanagan Hockey Academy (14) vs North Shore Warriors (2) U15

OHA would take the lead just 1:14 in and never look back as they defeated North Shore 14-2. Every single OHA skater recorded at least one point with Trey Tourigny (4A) and Cooper Vogt (3G, 2A) leading the attack. Tyson Kuiack made 22 saves to earn his first win of the season. Mikhail Maliouguine and Kaustav Pradeep scored for North Shore in the loss.

Northern Alberta Xtreme (14) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (1) U15

NAX would follow up an 11 goal performance yesterday with a 14 goals today, giving them 30 goals in just 3 games played. Every single NAX skater would record at least one point with Kale Breton (1G, 3A), Jaggar John (3G, 2A), Harry Mattern (2G, 2A), Jackson Tetreault (1G, 3A) and Kayne Wright (1G, 3A) all had at least four points in the win. Jack Brown scored the lone RHA Kelowna goal, beating Cam Hoose (12/13) midway through the second, just six seconds after an NAX goal.

Edge School (4) vs OHA Edmonton (2) U15 Prep

Brady Whitehead opened the scoring for OHA Edmonton 6:20 into the first period before Zach Olsen and Marcus Vo responded in the second for Edge School, who took a 2-1 lead into the third. Cruz Pavao would extend the lead midway through the third but Rylan Daley (1G, 1A) would bring OHA Edmonton back within one just over a minute later. That was as close as they would get as Landon DuPont (1G, 1A) added an empty net goal with 1:19 remaining to secure the Edge victory. Cole Prelusky made 28 saves for the win.

BWC Academy (9) vs St. George’s School (6) U15

Backed by a five goal first period BWC Academy would defeat St. George’s 9-6. St. George’s would outscore BWC Academy 3-2 in the second and tie them 2-2 in the third but it wasn’t enough to overcome the BWC Academy hot start. Toblin Schaefer scored four times and added an assist and Declan Iacoviello (1G, 2A) would add three points to pave the way for the BWC Academy offence. Ishaan Sharma (3G, 1A) would add a hattrick of his own for St. George’s.