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Game Recap – November 12, 2021

November 12, 2021

 

Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (3) at RINK Winnipeg U18 (4) Female Prep

RHA Winnipeg jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the second period thanks to goals from Teila Saarinen and Glory Plett (1G,1A). Keara Parker extended the lead to 3 just 34 seconds in. From there, OHA would mount a furious comeback scoring twice in the following six minutes and again with just 23 seconds left. But these three goals wouldn’t be enough as Kate Nechwediuk (1G,1A) had scored the RHA Winnipeg fourth goal 16:57 into the third. 

OHA Edmonton (3) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (4/OT) U18 Prep

Just 6:51 into the game it looked like OHA Edmonton would run away with this one as they held a 3-0 lead on goals from Hunter St. Martin (1G,1A), Carter Will and Zane Saab (1G,1A). Mason Hartley would halt the OHA Edmonton run scoring with 3:24 left in the first. A scoreless second would see OHA Edmonton hold their 3-1 lead heading into the third. But Layne Loomer (1G,1A) would score 1:50 into the period and Zackary Shantz would score with 24 seconds left to complete the NAX come back and force overtime. OT was short-lived as Teydon Trembecky (1G,1A) would score his ninth of the year just 31 seconds into the extra frame. NAX outshot OHA Edmonton 51-33 in the win. 

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (4) at Delta Hockey Academy U17 (5) Female Prep

Morgan Settee scored 11:50 into the opening period to give PMHA a 1-0 lead but Delta would respond with three goals in a 1:34 span to take a 3-1 lead heading into the first intermission. Hailey Hildebrand would respond early in the second for Pilot Mound, but Delta would get goals from London McDavid and Molly Cole (3G) 1:03 apart to grab a 5-2 advantage after 40. Katy Lacosse (2G) would score two goals early in the third to bring PMHA within one, but Jillian Matthews would shut the door the rest of the way, finishing with 21 saves for Delta. 

CIH U18 (2) at Okanagan Hockey Ontario U18 (4) Eastern

OHO earned their first victory of the season with a 4-2 win over CIH. Jaden Lyons and Jack Kelly (1G,1A) scored in the first as OHO jumped out to an early 2-0 lead. Ryder Sheridan would respond mid way through to cut the lead to one, but with just 45 seconds left in the frame Nicholas Moore (1G,1A) would restore the two goal advantage. Nikita Tsymbalistyi would score early in the third to bring CIH back within one before Kaeden McArthur would tally an empty netter to secure a 4-2 victory for OHO. Ben Grahame made 29 saves in the win.

Delta Hockey Academy U18 (4) at Edge School U18 (2) Female Prep

Delta outshot Edge 28-24 in a 4-2 Friday morning showcase victory. Tova Henderson scored twice in the first period and Jordan Baxter had a goal and an assist in the Delta win. Raedyn Spademan opened the scoring for Edge 1:26 in, and Hanna Perrier scored the second Edge goal with 4:47 remaining in the game. Tayler Cohen made 22 saves for Delta who improved their record to 3-1-0 on the season.

Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (1) at RINK Kelowna U18 (7) Female Prep

NAX forward Paige Ring scored her first of the year 5:34 into the first but it was all RHA Kelowna the rest of the way. Emma Silvernagle scored less than two minutes after NAX took the lead as Delta would go on to score seven straight, including four in the second, enroute to a 7-1 victory. RINK Kelowna was led offensively by Mia Kenmore who scored once and added four assists. Carmen Bray, Janelle Evans and Kaitlyn Mallette all scored and recorded an assist. Madison Bowtell made 12 saves in the win. 

St. Mary’s U18 (4) at Okanagan Hockey Academy U18 (1) Female Prep

Tied at one after 20 minutes, St. Mary’s would score three straight goals to claim a 4-1 victory over OHA. Tyla Turnbull (1G,1A) would score the eventual game winner just 1:34 into the second period. Charlotte Buffie (1G,1A) would add an insurance marker 12:36 into the third, and Reese Chuback would seal the deal with just 38 seconds left. I’Anne Colbow made 15 saves to earn the win. 

South Alberta Hockey Academy U18 (1) at Shawnigan Lake School U18 (5) Female Prep

Shawnigan outshot SAHA 45-23 in a 5-1 victory. Susanna Pilchak made 22 saves and Mikayla Boarder (1G,1A), Keaira Hall (2A), Jada Leung (1G,1A), Taya Lonsdale (1G,1A), and Abby Whitworth (2A) all recorded multi point games. Riley Gramlich scored the lone SAHA goal. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (1) at RINK Winnipeg (5) U16 Prep

Three-straight first period goals set the tone for RINK Winnipeg, as Gavin Nemis (2G), Landen Sitarz (2G) and Rhett Perrin all found the back of the net in the first period to put RHA Winnipeg up 3-0. Ethan Simcoe (3-3-0) has now won his last three starts in net, stopping 29 of 30 Prairie Hockey Academy shots, while the lone goal from Prairie Hockey Academy was scored by Brady Magarrell; his third of the year.

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (0) U18 at Okanagan Hockey Academy U17 (2) Female Prep

Danica Maynard (2G) shone for Okanagan Hockey Academy against Pilot Mound Academy on Friday evening providing all the offense they needed with a pair of goals. After a scoreless first period between the two teams, Maynard scored a goal in the second period and another in the third period into an empty net to double up the Buffaloes 2-0. Magdalena Luggin (3-0-0) earned her third win of the year between the pipes and her second shutout of the campaign, with a 21-save performance.

Delta Hockey Academy (0) at Yale Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep

Caleb Hadland (1G,1A) put Yale Hockey Academy on the board in the first period and also scored the eventual game-winner with his third goal of the season. Jordan Keller scored his fifth of the year, while Pierce Whyte and Adam Hamilton each picked up their first goals for Yale Hockey Academy, who out-shot Delta Hockey Academy 39-15 on Friday night. Carter Capton (2-2-0) stopped all 15 shots he faced for the shutout.

Delta Hockey Academy U17 (1) at RINK Winnipeg U18 (7) Female Prep

RINK Winnipeg converted three times on the powerplay in the game as they put seven tallies on the board against Delta Hockey Academy. Charlotte Siksik (2G) had a pair of goals and Kate Nechwediuk (3A) had a three-point contribution, while Ravis Constant-Kuba scored her first goal of the season on the power-play which proved to be the game-winning goal. Avery LeBlue (4-0-0) has won all four starts between the pipes for RHA Winnipeg this season, making 18 saves for the win.

Notre Dame (6) at Prairie Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep

Notre Dame (9-1-0) poured on the offense in the game, striking three times on the power-play and scoring five times in the first period alone, outshooting Prairie Hockey Academy 45-29 en route to their ninth win of the season. Maclean Cooney (2G,1A) had a three-point game for the Hounds, scoring twice in the first period and scoring the game-winner. Andrew Kreis (5-0-0) is undefeated between the pipes so far, picking up his fifth win of the season with a 28-save performance. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (2) at RINK Winnipeg (9) U18 Prep

Gavin Hodnett (2G,2A) had a four-point game and now has 21 points (8G,13A) in 12 games, and Matthew Dewey (2G,1A) scored twice, including the game-winner, as RINK Winnipeg (9-3-0-1) earned their ninth win of the year. Donovan Bodnar made 21 saves in net for RHA Winnipeg to earn his third of the season.

Delta Hockey Academy (3 OT) at BWC Academy (2) U16 Prep

Mathias Hasselmann turned aside 23 of 25 shots for Delta Hockey Academy to earn his fourth win of the season, while requiring overtime in the process. Landon Jassmann and Jacob Suderman scored for Delta Hockey Academy, while Rolan Amin (2G) netted both goals for BWC Academy in the losing effort. Mikhail Levaniuk would score the game-winner in the extra frame to decide it.