Northern Alberta Xtreme (9) vs OHA Edmonton (0) U17 Prep
NAX scored four first and five third period goals as they defeated OHA Edmonton 9-0 in what was both teams first ever game in the CSSHL U17 Prep division. Cohen Carter and Andrew Thomson (2G, 2A) each scored twice while Jaxen Gauchier (1G, 2A) and Brayden Klimpke (3A) recorded three point games. Jordan Switzer stopped all 16 shots to earn the shutout. Logan Sawatzky stopped 41 shots in net for OHA Edmonton.
International Hockey Academy (8) vs Indigenous Sports Academy (5) U17 Prep
Jacob Horb (2G) scored 6:51 in to give IHA the lead before Deylan Watson (1G, 1A) scored the first CSSHL goal in Indigenous Sports Academy history just 20 seconds later. IHA would score three goals in less than a two minute span to grab a 4-1 lead heading into the second. Horb would score early in the second to extend the advantage, before Sage Roberts (3G, 1A) added two late period markers to bring ISA within two. But IHA would respond with two more less than five minutes into the third to restore the four goal cushion. ISA would get two more back, including Roberts completing the hattrick, but a Kayden Big Plume (1G, 1A) empty netter sealed the deal for IHA.
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (3/OT) vs RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (2) U15 Prep
Layne Schofield opened the scoring just 1:17 into the game as RHA Winnipeg held a 1-0 lead after 20. Keaton Verhoeff would tie the game just 3:36 into the second, before both teams traded late period goals. After a scoreless third, Brody Gillespie scored 1:55 into overtime as RHA Kelowna earned a 3-2 win. Calder Barry made 15 saves for the win, while Peyton Shore stopped 33 of 36 for RHA Winnipeg.
OHA Edmonton (16) vs Delta Hockey Academy Black (2) U15 Prep
OHA Edmonton would score eight straight first period goals before a late Delta Black marker would halt their run. But OHA Edmonton would add five more in the second and three in the third as they defeated Delta Black 16-2. Rylan Daley (1G, 3A), Charles Dargis (4A), Kayden Lemire (2G, 3A), Jake MacDonald (3G, 2A), Zach Schwartz (1G, 4A) Patrick Sopiarz (3G), and Brady Whitehead (3G, 1A) led the way offensively.
Ontario Hockey Academy Maroon U17 (8) vs Mount Academy U16 (1) Eastern U17
OHA outshot Mount 55-25 in an 8-1 victory. Brayden Besner recorded a hattrick and two assists while William Gosselin (2G, 2A), Takanobu Hiraga (1G, 2A) and Cole Shepherdson (2G, 1A) all recorded multi point games. Jacob Duff stopped 24 of 25, with Brae Johnston the lone Mount shooter to beat him. Scott Leblanc made 47 saves for Mount.
Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (4) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (3) Female U18 Prep
Emily Gerdevich scored 2:59 in and Anna Kapocsi scored midway through the second as OHA grabbed a 2-0 lead. Hailey Hildebrand would score late in the second, and Sofie Thompson would add another PMHA goal early in the third to tie it. But Madison Deschamps and Kapocsi would score 34 seconds apart to give OHA a 4-2 lead. Piper Miller would get one back for PMHA, but they were unable to find an equaliser. Jorja Moore made 18 saves for the win.
Mount Academy U17 (8) CIH Academy U17 (1) Eastern U17
Mount grabbed a 2-0 lead after 20 and 4-0 after 35 minutes before CIH responded with a goal of their own. But Mount would respond with 4 more of their own, including 2 in a 12 second span late in the third. Dawson Grandy (2G, 1A) and Vincenzo Di Rocco (2G, 2A) each scored twice while Nicolas Lavoie (1G, 2A) had a three point game. Yoshin Takahara scored the lone CIH goal, beating Evan Weeks (18/19) in the second period.
Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (5) vs Delta Hockey Academy U17 (1) Female U18 Prep
Sarah Kjemhus (1G, 1A) and Madison McCullough scored first period markers to give NAX the initial lead. Payton Finnie scored just 18 seconds into the second to bring the deficit to 1, but Kendra Shumaker responded 6 minutes later for NAX. Paige Ring (1G, 2A) and Molly Hamilton would add third period tallies for NAX in a 5-1 win. Erika Lind stopped 24 of 25, while Alix Walchuk (47/52) was in net for Delta.
Prairie Hockey Academy (6) vs Notre Dame (2) U17 Prep
Bowan Klippenstein opened the scoring for Notre Dame 2:20 into the game but Prairie would score four straight goals to build a three goal cushion. Riley Mitchell would close the gap to two, but Cohan Kuncio would respond 42 seconds later to restore the three goal lead. Avery Johnson (2G) would add a third period marker as Prairie defeated Notre Dame 6-2. Cameron Beisal made 20 stops in the win.
Notre Dame (5) vs OHA Edmonton (4) U16 Prep
Michael Donovan would score just 22 seconds in for Notre Dame but it was OHA Edmonton who would lead 3-1 just 1:10 into the second. Notre Dame would rally back scoring four straight goals to grab a 5-3 lead. Aidan Stewart would bring OHA Edmonton within one midway through the third, but Ben Chornomydz (24/28) would keep the door shut the rest of the way.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (20) vs North Shore Warriors (0) U15 Prep
Liam Ruck (6G, 4A) recorded 10 points while Kadyn O’Brien (2G, 4A), Mathis Preston (4G, 2A), Markus Ruck (1G, 5A), and Rhett Tubello (2G, 4A) all had 6 points. Micah Davidson stopped all 14 shots he faced.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (15) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (0) U15 Prep
Tucker Tullikopf (3G, 3A) led all NAX skaters and Parker Snell recorded a 13 save shutout as NAX defeated Pacific Coast 15-0. Knox Bendera (3A), Jacob Harkness (1G, 2A) and Ben Harvery (2G, 1A) all recorded at least three points.
Ontario Hockey Academy Prep (4) vs CIH Academy U18 (1) Eastern U18
Backed by 3 goals in the first 11:49 of the game, OHA defeated CIH 4-1. Aidan Brewer would score in the second to extend the lead before Giovanni Mandruzzato beat Alex Sabourin (18/19) five minutes into the third to end his shutout bid. Thomas Samborski stopped 31 of 35 in net for CIH.
Bourget College U18 (6) vs Mount Academy U18 Prep (2) Eastern U18
Jesse Gauthier would score 4:44 into the opening frame for Mount but Gavin McLenaghan (2G, 1A) and Samuel Frenchette would respond for Bourget, who held a 3-1 advantage after 20. Loik Leduc would extend the lead early in the third, and Michael Morello (1G, 2A) and Alex Roy (1G, 1A) would add late tallies after a Mount goal from Luke Bennett.
Delta Hockey Academy U18 Female U18 (8) vs Shawnigan Lake School U18 (2) Prep
Delta held a 2-0 lead after 20 thanks to goals from Brooke Norkus and Lainey Joyce. The two teams would swap second period goals before Delta would score five third period goals to earn the 8-2 victory. Jordan Baxter (2G, 2A) and Holly Magnus (2G, 1A) led the way offensively for Delta, while Maisie Cope stopped 18 of 20 shots.
Edge School (5) Yale Hockey Academy (2) U15 Prep
Dylan Deets, Chris Wright (1G, 1A), Ryan Boyce and Cruz Pavao (1G, 1A) all scored first period goals as Edge jumped out to a commanding lead. Brayden Ryan-Mackay (2G) would add a goal in the second and third, but Marcus Vo would add a late marker for Edge to secure the win. Cole Prelusky made 32 saves to earn the win.
BWC Academy (8) Prairie Hockey Academy (1) U15 Prep
Up 2-1 after 20, BWC Academy would blow the game open in the second with 4 goals, before adding 2 more in the third. Jaiven Mann scored four times and Ty Bonkowski, William Ren and Oleksii Zhekov all scored once and added two assists. Cole Dowling made 12 saves for BWC Academy, who fired 44 shots at John Gall.
Mount Academy U18 Varsity (11) Okanagan Hockey Ontario U18 (1) Eastern U18
Mount Academy outshot OHO 55-25 in an 11-1 win. Chad Lebeau (1G, 4A), and Noah Morency (2G, 3A) led all skaters with five points, while Michael Arsenault (1G, 3A) and Anthony Campbell (2G, 2A) each had four points. Michael Ramsay made 24 saves for the win, giving up the lone goal to Ryan Leeming.
Ontario Hockey Academy U18 (6) vs King Heights Academy U18 (1) Eastern U18
OHA scored the first five goals of the game, including three from Kristof Molnar (3G, 1A), as they would go on to defeat King Heights 6-1. John Kenney would score with 2:59 remaining to break the shutout and score the first ever CSSHL goal for King Heights. Louis Adler made 17 saves in net to pick up the win.
Shawnigan Lake School (7) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (0) U18 Prep
Charles-Edouard Legros made 27 saves to earn the shutout and George Stavrianeas (1G, 3A) led all skaters with four points as Shawnigan defeated CDA 7-0. Matt Patry and Jonatan Raatikainen each scored two goals and Cole Patterson and Josh Polak each recorded three assists. Ben Delisi made 39 saves in net for CDA.
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna U18 (5) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (0) Female U18 Prep
RHA Kelowna outshot OHA 38-18 in a 5-0 win. Vancouver Giants WHL Draft Pick Chloe Primerano scored twice and Carmen Bray and Maya Serdachny each had two assists. Eva Filippova stopped all 18 shots to earn the shutout. Farah Walker made 33 saves for OHA in the loss.
Edge School U18 (3) vs St. Mary’s Academy U18 (1) Female U18 Prep
Hannah Deck (1G, 1A) would open the scoring before Makayla Watson added a pair of goals as Edge raced out to a 3-0 lead. Maddy Kaiser would score late in the third to end the Megs Thiessen (18/19) shutout bid but Edge would hold on for a 3-1 victory. Jordyn Espenell stopped 29 saves for St. Mary’s.
Edge School (9) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (0) U17 Prep
Jungsoo Park had a 23 save shutout and 13 Edge skaters recorded at least one point in a 9-0 win. Ben Binder-Nord (2G, 1A), Owen Mastroianni (2G, 1A) and Logan Murraay (1G, 2A) led all skaters with three points. Quinn Burfoot stopped 36 shots for Pilot Mound.
Delta Hockey Academy Green (4) vs Notre Dame (3) U15 Prep
A busy first period saw Notre Dame hold a 3-2 lead after 20 minutes of play thanks to goals from Leo Bowen, Daxton Endicott, and Carter Hudyma. Max Malinousky would tie the game late in the second before a Lukas Lima goal 8:42 into the third would give Delta Green the win. Suhaan Nagra and Nickolas Kovich would score the first period goals for Delta Green.
RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (5) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (0) U16 Prep
RHA Winnipeg fired 50 shots at Kale Gorski (45/50) and Brant Catellier stopped all 25 shots he faced as RHA Winnipeg defeated Prairie 5-0. Wyatt Stinton scored the lone goal in the first before Avery Samels, Tate Dolinsky, Hudson Brehaut and James Franklin all scored in the second. Kayden Turner (2A) led all skaters with two points.
Shawnigan Lake School (6/OT) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (5) U15 Prep
McAllister Mugford (2G, 1A) would tie the game at five with just 40 seconds remaining, and Eli McKamey (2G, 2A) would complete the Shawnigan comeback scoring just 22 seconds into overtime. PMHA originally held a 3-0 lead thanks to goals from Forrest Karlson, Dwight Sawatzky and Sam Carnegie. Shawnigan would score two of their own in the second but would still trail 4-2 after 40. Three goals in the third by Shawnigan and one by PMHA would set up the dramatics of overtime.
Shawnigan Lake School (3) vs St. George’s School (0) U17 Prep
After a scoreless first Chase Kittleson scored the eventual game winner for Shawnigan 8:56 into the second period. Matthew MacKay and Eliot Compton would each add third period goals, while Emmett Neitsch would make 30 saves to earn the shutout. Austin Ball stopped 42 of 45 for St. George’s in the loss.
South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (3/OT) vs RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg U18 (2) Female U18 Prep
Kendal Davidson (2G) opened the scoring 6:03 into the first to give SAHA the early lead, but Breigh Rank and Shayna-July Bannister would score two minutes apart in the second to give RHA Winnipeg the lead. Davidson would score with 1:07 left in the third to tie the game, and Tea Pearce would score on a breakaway 22 seconds into OT for the SAHA win. Maddy Ferguson made 27 saves in the win.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (1) vs North Shore Warriors (0) U16 Prep
It was a goaltending duel as Jonah Tonhauser (21/21) and Beckham Brossard (26/27) kept the game scoreless for all of regulation time. It would take 3:11 into overtime for someone to finally beat the hot netminders, as Taj Roberts scored a powerplay marker to give OHA the win.
Yale Hockey Academy (5/OT) vs BWC Academy (4) U17 Prep
The two teams would trade first period goals before BWC Academy would open the game up with three second period goals to give them a 4-2 lead heading into the third. Yale would get goals from Kahn Dhaliwal and Tyson Moss in the third, to tie the game and force OT. Alexandre Jacques would score 3:36 into OT to officially complete the Yale comeback, giving them a 5-4 victory.