Game Recap – November 20, 2021

November 20, 2021


St. George’s School (2) at Delta Hockey Academy (5) U15

Nathan Barclay (1G,1A) opened the scoring near the end of the first but the Delta lead was short lived as Sachin Sidhu scored four minutes later to tie the game. Delta would regain the lead thanks to a goal from Drezden Bertsch (2G), but Devon Miller would score two minutes later to again even the score. From there Delta would score three unanswered goals and Dylan Karan would make 22 saves as Delta would claim a 5-2 win. Taran Biring and Nathaniel Danielson each scored once and recorded two assists in the win. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (0) at Delta Hockey Academy (4) U16 Prep

Mathias Hasselmann made 17 saves to pick up his second shutout of the season as Delta defeated Pacific Coast 4-0. After a scoreless first Daegun Chong scored 58 seconds into the second period. Andrew VanGaalen would score less than two minutes later, and Chase Harrington would score with 59 seconds left as part of a Delta three goal second period. Brogan McNeil scored the final goal of the game 1:18 into the final period. Derek Thurston (3A) and Rayne Jameson (2A) led all Delta skaters in points. Taber Penner made 19 saves in the loss. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (2) at Notre Dame (5) U17 Prep

Notre Dame held a 3-0 lead nearing the end of the second thanks to goals from Wyatt Davis (1G,2A), Ryan Zabchuk, and Elliot Cantin. But Yu-Ting Shih and Carson Haugan scored 27 seconds apart to bring Prairie within 1 heading into the final period. Just 2:53 into the third Baden Powell (1G,2A) would score his first of the year to end any chances of a PHA comeback. Justin Hooper would provide the insurance marker half way through the period as Notre Dame held on for a 5-2 win. Andrew Kreis made 36 saves in the win. 

RINK Winnipeg (5) at Notre Dame (3) U16 Prep

RHA Winnipeg went 2-5 on the powerplay and outshot Notre Dame 47-28 in a 5-3 win. Notre Dame also scored twice and held a 3-1 lead early in the second period. But RINK Winnipeg would score four straight, including three in a three minute span to close out the second. Defenseman Nathan Glavina had an afternoon to remember, scoring four times for RHA Winnipeg. Owen Warnick and Carson White each added two assists in the win. 

RINK Kelowna (3) at Okanagan Hockey Academy Black (6) U17 Prep

Despite not earning a single powerplay opportunity, OHA Black outshot RHA Kelowna 43-21 in a 6-3 victory. Adrian Stasiniak (2G) opened the scoring for OHA Black just 12 seconds into the game and Rhett Miller (2G) scored five minutes later as they jumped out to a 2-1 lead after 20. Two more OHA Black goals in the second gave them a 4-1 lead after 40, before each team traded a pair of goals in the third period. Jacob Burnside made 18 saves to earn the win for OHA Black. Kadon McCann led the RHA Kelowna offence with a goal and an assist. 

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy U18 (2) at RINK Winnipeg U18 (5) Female Prep

Keara Parker recorded a hattick, Kate Nechwediuk (1G,1A) added two points, and Avery LeBleu made 23 saves as RHA Winnipeg beat Pilot Mound 5-2. Billie Baranyk scored the other RHA Winnipeg goal, opening the scoring 8:39 into the first. Morgan Settee and Kate Lacosse scored for Pilot Mound while Amy Roemer picked up primary assists on both goals. 

Edge School (6) at Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (2) U17 Prep

Despite letting in 6 goals in a loss to Edge School, Kian Hodgins made 67 saves for Pilot Mound. Hodgins frustrated Edge shooters through the first 40 minutes, as the game was tied at 2 heading into the final 20. But Edge would finally break through with 4 goals on 20 shots to close out the final period. Ashton Gallagher (2G,1A), Owen Howes (3A) and Jettson Kock (2G,1A) paced the Edge offence while Jesse Pope made 25 saves in the win. Jack Smith had a goal and an assist in the loss. 

CIH U17 (5) at Ontario Hockey Academy U17 (3) Eastern

OHA took the lead on an Igor Pastukhov goal just 39 seconds in but Max Argandona would respond for CIH just 34 seconds later. Koichiro Matsudaira, Taylor Butt (1G,1A) and Johnny Couch would all score for CIH to give them a 4-1 lead midway through the second. But OHA would get goals from Michael Leech and Patrice Lafontaine late in the second and third respectively, to bring OHA within one. But just 20 seconds after Lafontaine’s goal Liam Lynn (1G,1A) would score his first of the year, seeling the deal for CIH. 

Yale Hockey Academy (2) at St. George’s School (6) U17 Prep

It was a close game after 40 before St. George’s scored three unanswered goals in the third to claim a 6-3 victory. Despite being outshot 42-29, Angeo Basson made 40 saves to to pick-up the win for St. George’s. Jean-Loup Leonardon and Luka Shcherbyna each scored twice for St. George’s, while Jesse Heslop and Ethan Merner scored for Yale. 

Delta Hockey Academy U18 (3/SO) at Shawnigan Lake School U18 (2) Female Prep

Mikayla Boarder (2G) opened the scoring 8:30 into the first to give Shawnigan a 1-0 lead. Jaylyn Morris would score the equalizer 4:28 later as the first would end tied at 1. Boarder would score the lone goal in the second period as Shawnigan regained the lead, but Sarah Webster tied the game at 2, 2:10 into the third. Overtime would solve nothing before both Jordan Baxter and Anjali Simms scored and Hailey MacLeod (33/35) stopped both Shawnigan skaters in the shootout. 

Shawnigan Lake School (3) at BWC Academy (11) U15 Prep

The goals came early and often for BWC Academy as Simon Ward opened the scoring 11 seconds in as part of a 5 goal opening period. They would add two more in the second and four more to start the third, with Shawnigan scoring a single goal each period. Benjamin Kindel (1G,5A) led all skaters with six points, while Jack Bakker (2G,2A), Adam Boatter (2G,2A), and Aiden Mukai (2G,2A) all had four points. Nathan Kam made 21 saves in the win. 

BWC Academy (13) at West Van Academy (0) U15

BWC Academy fired 71 shots on the West Van Academy net, scoring 13 times on Saturday night. All 13 skaters registered at least a point for BWC Academy, including Dominic Seminoff (3G,2A) and Ashton Hunter (3G,1A) who registered hat-tricks, Ty Bonkowski (2G,3A) who added a five-point night and Jack Tudhope (4A) added four helpers. Matthew Parmar stopped all 16 shots he faced to record his third shutout of the season.

Delta Hockey Academy (3) at Shawnigan (6) U18 Prep

Shawnigan Lake School had a 4-0 lead after forty minutes of play, with goals scored by Zachary Johnson (SH) and Liam Krupcyznski (1G,1A), plus a pair of tallies from Jonatan Raatikainen. Delta Hockey Academy answered back in the third period with a power-play goal from Peyton Mithmuangnuea, followed up by a goal from Logan Joslin to cut the lead in half. However, the comeback momentum was stalled after Dallas Earl scored late in the frame for Shawnigan Lake to put the game out of reach. 

BWC Academy (3) at West Van Academy (0)  U16 Prep

Conner Labar’s power-play goal in the second period held up as the game-winner for BWC Academy, as they earned their fourth win of the season. Ryan Zhang added an insurance marker midway through the third period and Jack (Douglas) Bodel scored into the empty net late in the game to round out the scoring. Jovin Manhas earned his second win between the pipes with a 29-save shutout.