RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (17) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (2) U18 Prep
RHA Winnipeg outshot Pilot Mound 65-10 in a 17-2 win. Owen Martin scored four times and added five assists to lead all skaters with nine points. Jackson Kostiuk (1G, 5A), Gavin Nemis (4A) and Hayden Paupanekis (4G) all recorded at least four points in the win. Isaiah Felix and Wesley Jones scored for Pilot Mound, beating RHA Winnipeg netminder Ethan Simcoe (8/10).
Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) Female U18 Prep
NAX outshot Pilot Mound 59-14 in a 4-1 victory. Amy Roemer gave Pilot Mound the initial lead 17:19 into the first period. But NAX would respond with three goals in a five minute span from Maria Ayre, Aylie Dahl, and Paige Ring. Reanna Loberg (1G, 1A) would add an insurance marker early in the third period to secure the NAX win. Hyoseo Cheon made 13 saves and Molly Hamilton recorded 2 assists. Anika Moroz stopped 55 shots in net for Pilot Mound.
Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (2) vs Delta Hockey Academy U17 (1) Female U18 Prep
OHA grabbed a 2-0 lead midway through the second thanks to a shorthanded goal from Makayla Kenney and a powerplay marker from Madison Deschamps. Leah Hill would respond for Delta two minutes after the Deschamps goal, but Delta was unable to find an equalizer. Jordan Tung made 25 saves to earn the win, while Jillian Matthews stopped 33 of 35 in net for Delta.
CIH Academy U17 (5) vs Mount Academy U16 (3) Eastern U17
Just 4:24 into the game CIH held a 2-0 advantage thanks to goals from Solomon Kim (1G, 1A) and Maddox Thisdelle. That lead would grow to four midway through the second as Andrew Mark and Koichiro Matsudaira would score for CIH. Max Hanley would get Mount on the board just minutes later but a Samuel Caouette goal with 12 seconds remaining in the second would re-gain the CIH 4 goal lead. Cogan Leblanc (1G, 1A) and Brae Johnston would score for Mount in the third to bring them within two, but they were unsuccessful in finding an equalizer. Daniel McGowan made 26 saves for the win.
Mount Academy U17 (6/SO) vs Ontario Hockey Academy U17 Maroon (5) Eastern U17
The two teams traded first period goals before Mount would grab a 4-3 lead heading into the third. Hugo Allard would tie the game 8:19 into the period, and Takanobu Hiraga (2G, 1A) would give OHA their first lead of the game two minutes later. A Mount Academy penalty with just 14 seconds left looked like it would end any chance of a comeback, but Dawson Grandy would score just six seconds later to tie the game and force overtime. Overtime would solve nothing and a shootout was required where Oliver Kiraly (44/49) would stop all three OHA shooters, and Harlan Eustace would beat George Foti (32/37) to give Mount the win.
Delta Hockey Academy U18 (5) Female vs Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (3) Female U18 Prep
OHA held a 2-0 lead after 20, getting goals from Hanna Perrier and Jiya Deol. Jordan Baxter (1G, 2A) scored 1:34 into the second to bring Delta within one, before Ellie Ouellette restored the two goal lead. Just 1:31 later Audrey Church would score for Delta, and with less than seven minutes remaining in the period Jaylyn Morris (2G, 1A) would tie the game. Morris would score 1:18 into the third to give Delta their first lead of the game. Vanessa Schaefer would score with less than 10 minutes remaining to secure the Delta win. Tayler Cohen made 16 saves in net for the win.
Mount Academy U18 Varsity (10) vs Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (2) Eastern U18
Mount outshot OHA 75-20 in a 10-2 victory to kick off the season for each team. Defenseman Drew Hockley (3G, 1A) opened the scoring 1:27 into the game before Stevie Clarke tied it 12:23 into the first. But Mount would respond with a Samuel Masse (2G, 1A) goal just over a minute later, before scoring eight more unanswered goals. Samuel Boisvert (4A), Anthony Campbell (1G, 3A), and Gus El-Tahhan (4A) all recorded four points in the win.
Ontario Hockey Academy Prep (4) vs Mount Academy U18 Prep (0) Eastern U18
Laurent Desorcy-Dupont (1G, 1A) and Aidan Brewer would score 45 seconds apart to give OHA a 2-0 lead midway through the first. Benjamin Barrette would add an OHA marker 4:01 into the second, and Jeremie Ndeffo would score with 4:36 remaining in the game as OHA defeated Mount 4-0. Zachary Larocque would record two assists and Andreas Fatland would stop all 18 shots he faced to earn his first shutout of the young season. Adam Lecours stopped 62 shots in net for Mound Academy.
Edge School (8) vs RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (1) Female U18 Prep
Edge forward Sophie Aspinall would score the lone first period goal and Kate Nechwediuk would tie the game just 1:39 into the second. But Edge would go on to score seven unanswered as they defeated RHA Winnipeg 8-1. Jayda Becker (1G, 1A), Jordan Blouin (1G, 2A), Jorja Dezainde (3A), Kyla Mitenko (2G), and Jordyn Rivett (2A) led the way offensively for Edge, all recording multi point games. Emily Carson stopped 21 of 22 in the win, while Inhye Jang made 31 saves for RHA Winnipeg.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (2) vs St. Mary’s Academy (1) Female U18 Prep
Julie Barlow opened the scoring just 29 seconds into the game to give SAHA the early lead. Charlotte Buffie would score 8:19 into the second to tie the game heading into the third. Chloe Stewart would be the SAHA hero, scoring the game winner 9:44 into the second period. Devyn Amundson made 31 saves to pick up the win while Tea Pearce led all skaters with two assists. J’Anne Colbow made 28 saves for St. Mary’s Academy.
RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (6) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (0) U16 Prep
Brady Low stopped all 17 shots he faced and Colby Bear (2G, 1A) and Avery Samels (1G, 2A) each recorded 3 point games as RHA Winnipeg defeated Prairie 6-0. Bear and Samels each scored in the first as RHA Winnipeg jumped out to a 2-0 lead. Luke Ross (1G, 1A), Kayden Turner and Bear would all add second period markers, with Remy Hlady scoring the lone third period goal. Connor Millsap made 41 saves in net for Prairie.
Shawnigan Lake School Female (7/SO) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (6) Female U18 Prep
Taya Lonsdale scored 1:14 in to give Shawnigan the early lead before both teams traded goals as Shawnigan held a 2-1 lead after 20. Keaira Hall (1G, 1A) would extend the lead to two just 2:01 into the second before four straight RHA Kelowna goals would give them the advantage 5-3 advantage heading into the third. Morgan Jackson (2G, 1A) and Keara Parker (4G) would trade goals as RHA Kelowna held their two goal lead midway through the third. But Abby Whitworth (2G, 1A) would score two goals in seven seconds to tie the game, and force OT. OT would solve nothing before all three Shawnigan skaters would score in the shootout, and Lauren Mackay (50/56) would make the one crucial save needed to earn Shawnigan a 7-6 win.