October 23, 2021
West Van Academy (0) at Delta Hockey Academy (4) U16 Prep
Mathias Hasselmann made 19 saves to earn his first shutout of the 2021/22 season as Delta beat West Van 4-0. Sheldon Alexander (1G,1A) opened the scoring less than six minutes in and Jacob Suderman scored 10 minutes later to give Delta a 2-0 lead after 20. Andrew VanGaalen scored the lone goal in the second, and Zack Seguin scored his first of the year in the final frame to round out the scoring.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (2) at Prairie Hockey Academy (5) U17 Prep
Prairie improved to 6-0-1 on the season with a 5-2 win over Pilot Mound. PHA jumped out to a 3-0 lead with two first period and one second period goal. But PMHA would score 2 goals 20 seconds apart near the end of the second to bring them within 1 heading into the final 20 minutes. Cohan Kuncio and Lukas Borne would end any hope of a third period comeback, restoring the PHA three goal lead. Silas Currie earned his third win of the season.
Okanagan Hockey Academy (3) at RINK Kelowna (4) U15 Prep
Defenseman Logan Anderson (1G,2A) scored his second goal of the season 2:14 into overtime to give RINK Kelowna a 4-3 win over OHA. Presley Kerner, Markus Ruck, and Connor Schmidt scored for OHA, who held a 3-1 lead until late in the third when Morgan Hackman and Dylan Ruff scored to force overtime. Steele Bass made 32 saves for RINK Kelowna, who improved to 2-2-0 on the season.
St. George’s (3) at Delta Hockey Academy Green (4) U15 Prep
Damian Kravcak scored his fifth of the season with less than two minutes remaining as Delta beat St. George’s 4-3. Kravcak and Jakob Oreskovic each scored on the power play as Delta won the special teams battle, going 2-6 on the power play and killing off all five St. George’s attempts. Austin Ball was peppered with 39 shots, saving 35 of them in the loss. Armaan Kaila made 19 saves in the Delta win.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (5) at Edge School (2) U15 Prep
Cole Reschny picked up a goal and an assist in a 5-2 NAX win to bring his two game weekend total to eight points. Ryan Miller scored twice to give him seven goals on the season, while defensemen Reese Hamilton (1G,1A) and Jason Walia (2A) picked up multi point games. Edge, who held a 2-1 lead in the second period, got goals from Noah Degenstein (1G,1A) and Owen Mastroianni. Ryan Grout made 27 saves for NAX in the win.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (10) at International Hockey Academy (0) U18 Prep
NAX outshot IHA 58-18 on route to a 10-0 win. Jackson Bessette (1g,2A), Cole Miller (4A) and Zackary Shantz (3G) led the offensive charge for NAX, who improved to 5-0-0 on the season. Five different NAX skaters scored their first goals of the season, and Alexander Scheiwiller made 18 saves for his first shutout of the year.
Edge School (7) at Prairie Hockey Academy (3) U16 Prep
Terik Parascak was dominant in an Edge 7-3 win, scoring five times and assisting on a Miles Cooper (1G,4A) goal. Cooper and Parascak did the majority of the damage for Edge, who also saw Nolan DuPont score and Brenner Fyfe make 18 saves. Bryson Aikens, Nolan Kearns and Kade Stringer scored for Prairie in the loss.
Scotiabank Showcase BWC Academy (1) at RINK Kelowna (5) U15
Louis Gu faced 50 shots, stopping all but 1, as RHA Kelowna defeated BWC Academy 5-1 in a Scotiabank Showcase matchup. Preston Kelly-Paquet (2G) scored just 34 seconds in to give RHA Kelowna an early lead. Benjamin Bowtell (1G,1A) and Cruz Waltze (1G,1A) helped spark the RHA Kelowna offence in the win. Ty Bokowski scored his sixth of the season for the lone BWC Academy goal.
Scotiabank Showcase Delta Hockey (2) Academy at Edge School (5) U15
It was a busy final 40 minutes with all 7 goals coming in the final two frames. Each goalie was busy in this one, with Cole Prelusky (Edge School) making 33 saves, while Dylan Karan (Delta Hockey Academy) made 44. Brendan Rudolph (1G,1A) and Marcus Vo (2A) were the lone two Edge skaters with multiple points. Taran Biring and Ciaran Henry scored for Delta.
RINK Winnipeg (3) at OHA Edmonton (8) U16 Prep
OHA Edmonton scored four first period goals, including three in the first four minutes, bursting out to an eventual 7-0 lead. RINK Winnipeg would score three straight goals in the third, but Austin Robinson would end what little hope RINK Winnipeg had of a comeback. Mateo Ferretti and Andrew Thomson each scored twice and recorded an assist in the win. Cael Charlton made 22 saves to earn the win.
Notre Dame (3) at South Alberta Hockey Academy (2) U18 Prep
Nicholas Hui and Wyatt Sorken (1G,1A) propelled Notre Dame to a 2-0 lead heading into the third period before Matthew MacPherson and Aiden Oiring scored in the second to tie the game at two. But just 28 seconds after Oiring tied the game, Dylan Freigang scored his third of the season to give Notre Dame a 3-2 victory. SAHA outshot Notre Dame 47-18 but Tyson Endall stood tall, making 45 saves for his second win of the season.
BWC Academy (4) at Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) U18 Prep
Power-play goals in the first and second period from Ryder McIntosh and Nico Grabas gave BWC Academy a 2-0 lead through two periods of play. McIntosh scored his second goal of the game in the third period, and has nine points (5G,4A) during his current five game point-streak. Pacific Coast Hockey League would stage a late comeback, led by Nathan Gossoo, who scored twice in the third period, and Carson Lesiuk who tied the game at 16:54 of the final frame. However, Stephen Konechny netted the go-ahead goal at 18:49 to give BWC Academy the win.
OHA Edmonton (4) at Edge School (11) U18 Prep
Colton Alexander (1G,5A) had a six-point night, Nick Johnson (3G,2A) and Dylan Kinch (3G,1A) both registered hat-tricks, and Hunter Sawka (1G,4A) had a five-point performance as Edge put 11 goals on the board in the game. Jackson Unger made 12 saves between the pipes for Edge, to pick up his fourth win of the season, extending his win streak in the process (4-0-0).
RINK Winnipeg (8) at Notre Dame (1) U15 Prep
RINK Winnipeg (3-0-0) picked up their third win in a row on Saturday, firing 56 shots on the Notre Dame net en route to a commanding 8-1 win. Brody Green (4A) had a four-point night, Noah Schneiderat (1G,2A) added three points, and Shea Chornley scored twice on the powerplay for RHA. Gage Nagel scored the lone goal for Notre Dame, extending his scoring streak (2G,6 Pts.) to five games.
Notre Dame (10) at International Hockey Academy (2) U17 Prep
The power-play struck twice for Notre Dame, and Keegan Gamble (2G,2A) and Aaron Shanks (2G,1A) each scored a pair of goals for the Hounds, who put 10 tallies on the board against International Hockey Academy. IHA goaltender Todd Hiscock was under siege all game long, ultimately making 54-saves in the loss, while Josh Muir picked up his second win of the season with a 23-save performance.
Scotiabank Showcase St. George’s (3) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (7) U15
Eric Ripka scored twice in the first period, including a shorthanded goal, and Keegan Dirks added another tally, putting NAX up 3-0 after twenty minutes of play. Seven different NAX skaters had multi-point games in total, including James Powell (3A) who added three helpers. Parker Snell (3-0-0) earned his third win of the season, turning aside 33 of 36 shots, while Eric Tu made 48 saves in the loss for St. George’s.
Scotiabank Showcase Yale Hockey Academy (6) at OHA Edmonton (3) U15
The game was back-and-forth through the first two periods, leaving the score tied 3-3 heading into the third period. Yale Hockey Academy would pull away in the final frame, with the eventual game-winner scored by Dane Svingen-Jones (1G,1A), while Koray Bozkaya and Jayden Oleskiw (1G,1A) both capitalized on the power-play to propel YHA to the win. Matthew Dowdall (1G,2A) scored his second goal in the last two games, adding two assists for Yale Hockey Academy.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (1) at BWC Academy (4) U15 Prep
Trace Anderson gave Pacific Coast Hockey Academy the lead by scoring the first goal of the game at 4:38 of the first period. BWC Academy would answer back in the final forty-minutes, however, off a shorthanded tally from Aiden Mukai. Jack MacFarlane, Peyton Dorman and Daniel Morozov also added goals to give BWC Academy the edge.
Yale Hockey Academy (19) at West Van Academy (1) U15 Prep
It was an offensive explosion for Yale Hockey Academy (6-0-0), firing 79 shots on net and scoring 19 goals against West Van Academy to pick up their sixth-straight win. Savin Virk (2G,8A) had a 10-point performance, Braeden Cootes (4G,4A) had an eight-point night, while Lucas Biros (4G,2A) and Kainoah Brankovic (1G,5A) each added six points. All 13 skaters registered at least a point for YHA in the contest.
Bourget (U18) (5) at CIH (U18) (2) Eastern
Alexis Lalonde scored twice, including the game-winner as Bourget improved to 7-1-0 to start the season with a 5-2 win. Both goals for CIH Academy were scored short-handed, seven-seconds apart, from Noah Hagan (1:41) and Justin Wammes (1:48). Emile Tremblay scored late in the third period (19:00) for his tenth goal of the season and has 17 points (10G,7A) in nine games this season.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (1) at Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) Female Prep
NAX scored two goals in the first period, from Emily Olson and Sara Kaziel, and added two more goals in the second period from Danika Aubin and Allee Isley. Kalei Johnston scored a power-play goal for Southern Alberta Hockey Academy to break the shutout bid for goaltender Erika Lind, but she still made 29 saves for her second win of the season.
Scotiabank Showcase West Van Academy (0) at Okanagan Hockey Academy (8) U15
Okanagan Hockey Academy fired 61 shots on net, picking up their second win of the season with an eight-goal outburst against West Van Academy. Nate McPhee (3G) led the way offensively scoring a hat-trick, while seven additional OHA skaters registered two-point nights. Logan Alexei Booth (2-1-0) made 17-saves in net to record the shutout and earn his second win this season.
Bourget (U17) (3) at CIH (U17) (4) Eastern
Bourget opened the scoring just forty-seconds into the game, when Marc-Antione Riopel notched his seventh goal of the season. He would add another shorthanded goal in the third period and has now scored at least a point in each of his last seven games. Nikita Schneider (2G) had a pair of goals for CIH Academy, Taylor Butt scored the tying goal on the power-play at 5:39 and Max Argandona would score the game-winning goal at 10:14 of the period, to give CIH their first win of the season.
Yale Hockey Academy (8) at West Van Academy (4) U18 Prep
The majority of the scoring happened in the second period of the game, with a flurry of offense from both teams. Matthew Ng (2G) scored twice for West Van Academy to extend their lead to 3-0, but Yale Hockey Academy responded with five second period goals, including two from Connor Dale (2G). Nolan Viesner (1G,4A) had a five-point night, scoring just ten-seconds into the third period, Jordan Keller (1G,3A) had three-assists in the third, and Logan Wormald (2G,1A) scored twice to seal it, as YHA doubled up West Van on the scoreboard on Saturday night.