October 30, 2022
Champions Hockey Academy (5) vs Mount Academy U16 (1) Eastern U17
Noah Cziment gave Mount th lead heading into the second but Champions would score five unanswered goals, including four in the third, to grab the 5-1 victory. Jack Bartlett (2G, 1A) and Matthew Ferdinand (2G) each scored twice while Owen Graham (3A) added three assists. Oliver St-Onge (32/33) made 32 stops for the win.
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) vs Indigenous Sports Academy (1) U17 Prep
ISA held a 1-0 lead after 20 thanks to a Kallum Windigo goal. Parker MacDougall (1G, 1A) would tie the game midway through the second with his eighth of the season and Aangid Manhas (1G, 1A) would score on the powerplay early in the third to give PCHA a 2-1 victory. Koen Cleaver (30/31) was in net for the win. Marcus Scott (46/48) who recorded an assist, was in net for ISA in the loss.
OHA Edmonton (1) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (4) U17 Prep
Ryan Turner gave CDA a 1-0 lead with two seconds remaining in the first period. Aiden Petherick would score the lone second period goal just 51 seconds in to tie the game. In the third Alex Clark (2G, 1A) would score twice and Jesse Arendt (1G, 1A) would add his first of the season as CDA scored three unanswered to claim a 4-1 win. Zane Hill (25/26) stopped 25 shots in the win.
Edge School (11) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (1) U15 Prep
Landon DuPont (1G, 4A) would tally five points while teammates Zach Olsen (1G, 3A) and Brendan Rudolph (2G, 2A) had four points in an 11-1 win. 13 Edge skaters recorded at least one point and Adam Courchesne (10/11) kept his record at a perfect 2-0-0. Darryl McKenzie scored the lone PHA goal. John Gall (56/67) was in net for the loss.
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (2) vs Delta Hockey Academy (14) U15
Delta would score five goals in the first and third periods, plus four in the second, as they defeated RHA Kelowna 14-2. Caden Leibel (2G, 3A) and Maxum Pyatt (1G, 4A) led all skaters with five points while Kesler Curtis (3G, 1A), Jack Morgan (2G, 2A) and Treyce Pavlic (4G) all had four point games. Matthew Wong (10/12) earned his fifth win of the season. Von Lakovic (2G) and Brady Olson (2A) each had two points for RHA Kelowna.
North Shore Warriors (1) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (10) U18 Prep
Jace Harder (3G, 1A) and Bronson Ross (3G, 1A) each recorded a hattrick while Cole Balkovec (3A), Landon Cowper (3A), and Callas Pierce (1G, 3A) each tallied three assists in a 10-1 win. Avery Hewson scored his third goal of the season with seven minutes remaining in the game to end Preston Patenaude’s (25/26) shutout bid.
RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg U18 (4/SO) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy (3) U18 Female U18 Prep
Charlotte SikSik and Camille Birch (2G) would score 1:09 apart as RHA Winnipeg held an early 2-0 lead. But Kiyra Kletzel and Keira Grant (1G, 1A) would score late in the first to tie the game heading into the second. Brianna Finke (1G, 1A) would score the lone second period goal for SAHA, while Birch would score on the powerplay in the third to tie the game and eventually force OT. After five minutes of overtime, a shootout was needed where Morgan Settee and Shayna-July Bannister would each score and Inhye Jang (21/24) would stop both SAHA shooters to give RHA Winnipeg the win.
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (4) vs International Hockey Academy (5/OT) U17 Prep
Soren Nicol would score just 18 seconds in to give IHA the quick lead but Logan Flint, Noah Smith, Jackson Roberts and Ryan Richardson would score four unanswered for RHA Kelowna as they held a commanding 4-1 advantage heading into the third. But IHA would fight back as Michiel Leenders (1G, 1A), Jacob Horb, and Kesar Deol would all score to tie the game and force OT. In overtime Luke Biletsky (1G, 1A) would be the hero for IHA, completing the comeback with 45 seconds remaining in the extra period.
Edge School (6) vs RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (3) U18 Prep
An entertaining first would see Leim Smith (1G, 1A) and Terik Parascak (2G) give Edge a 2-0 cushion before Blake Goretzki and Gavin Nemis responded for RHA Winnipeg. Yibin Yoo and Cash Koch would strike early in the second for Edge, but Cole Penner would bring RHA Winnipeg within one just a minute later. Ashton Gallagher would restore the two goal advantage just 1:31 later, and Parascak would add a powerplay marker in the third to secure an Edge victory.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (3/OT) vs Yale Hockey Academy (2) U17 Prep
After a scoreless first Andrew Thomson (2G) scored the first goal of the game for NAX 9:59 into the second. Khan Dhaliwal would respond for Yale less than three minutes later and the two teams would enter the third tied. Lucas Biros would score midway through the third for Yale and it looked as though they would hang on for a victory but Brayden Klimpke scored his first goal of the season with just 41 seconds remaining. In overtime Thomson would score his second goal of the game to keep NAX undefeated on the season.
South Alberta Hockey Academy (5/OT) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep
Kade Duell (1G, 1A) would score 1:50 into the game for SAHA but it was PHA who would hold a 3-1 lead after 20 thanks to goals from Ryder Rommelaere, Bryson Aikens (2G, 1A) and Kasey Russell (1G, 2A). Gavin McKenna (2G, 1A) would score on the powerplay just 2:24 into the second to bring SAHA within one, but Aikens would score two minutes later to restore the lead. Another McKenna marker midway through the frame brought SAHA back within one heading into the third, and Noah Dziver (2G, 2A) would tie the game just 2:58 into the third with his 11th goal of the season. In OT McKenna would set-up Dziver for his 12th of the season.
Edge School U18 (2) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme U18 (0) Female U18 Prep
Emily Carson (21/21) recorded his first shutout and third win of the season, backstopping Edge to a 2-0 victory. Jayda Becker (2G) scored both Edge goals and Jordan Blouin (2A) picked up an assist on each Becker goal. Erika Lind (30/32) was in net for NAX in the loss.
RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (12) vs Delta Hockey Academy Black (2) U15 Prep
Cage Smith had a four-point performance, with a goal and three assists for RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna, while Keaton Verhoef added four assists. Joe Iginla, Brody Gillespie and Maddox Ghanda each scored two goals and picked up an assist for RHA. In response, Cameron Kuzma and Ciaran Henry added a goal and assist for Delta Hockey Academy Black.
Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy vs Delta Hockey Academy U18 Prep (SUSPENDED)
Okanagan Hockey Academy (2) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (1) U17 Prep
Kieren Osberg scored for Prairie Hockey Academy to give them an early 1-0 lead, which would last until the final frame. In the third, Peyton Dickie scored to tie the game for Okanagan Hockey Academy at the eight-minute mark, and Jacob Selent would score the eventual game winning goal with less than thirty-seconds on the clock to win it for Okanagan Hockey Academy. Shots were even through regulation at 34-34, but Ryan Tamelin made 33-saves in net to pick up the decision for OHA.
Yale Hockey Academy (1) vs Shawnigan Lake School (4) U18 Prep
Shawnigan Lake School got out to a two-goal lead after the first period with tallies from Marcello Giorgi (1G,1A) and Emmery Golchert. In the second period, Justin Ivanusec cut into the lead for Yale Hockey Academy, with his second goal of the season, but a two third period goals from Connor Ryan and Dallas Earl put the game out of reach.
Northern Alberta Xtreme (7) vs OHA Edmonton (1) U15 Prep
Northern Alberta Xtreme extended their winning streak to nine games and have yet to lose a game in regulation this season (9-0-0). Nolan Stewart led the way offensively for NAX, with three goals and two assists, to extend his point streak to three games. The powerplay converted three times in the game with goals from Zach Schwartz, Brek Liske and Tucker Tullikopf, while goaltender Parker Snell made 20 saves for the win.
Wenatchee Wild (2 / SO) vs BWC Academy (1) U17 Prep
The game remained scoreless after forty-minutes of play, however the third period was a different story. Peyton Dorman scored at the 8:25 mark to give BWC Academy the lead, then with less than five minutes to go in the period, Fischer Nicolet lit the lamp to tie the game for the Wenatchee Wild. It was 1-1 at the end of regulation. Overtime would solve nothing, so a shootout was required, where the seventh shooter for Wenatchee, Ethan Salter, scored to win it for the Wild.
St. George’s School (4) vs Notre Dame (2) U17 Prep
Thomas Rode scored 0:19 into the game to give St. George’s School the early lead. Minutes later, however, Elliot Cantin notched his first of the year to tie the game for Notre Dame, 1-1. With less than two minutes remaining in the first period, Sachin Sandhu found the back of the net, giving the Saints the lead heading into the break. Amadeo Sim added a pair of goals in the second and third periods to help propel St. George’s School to victory. Goaltender, Imaree Dhaliwal turned aside 33 of 35 shots between the pipes.
St. George’s School (0) vs BWC Academy (4) U18 Prep
Ryder Mcintosh scored into the empty net and added two assists for a three point performance for BWC Academy. Adam Boatter’s second goal of the season held up as the eventual game-winner, while Ty Coupland scored on the powerplay for BWC. Aidan Fischer (3-1-0) recorded the shutout, picking up his third win of the season in net
Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (2) U16 Prep
Unbeaten this season headed into the game, RINK Hockey Academy looked headed for their eighth-straight win, with a 2-1 lead heading into the third period. But Okanagan Hockey Academy answered, as Jordan Margerison scored a powerplay goal 0:29 seconds into the third period to tie the game, followed up by the second goal of the game scored off the stick of Tucker Robertson (2G,1A) to take the lead. With less than thirty-seconds remaining in the game, Cameron Norrie would add some insurance into the empty net, shorthanded, to seal it for OHA.
Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (1) vs Delta Hockey Academy (9) U17 Prep
Kaleb Hartmann had a four-point performance for Delta Hockey Academy, picking up a goal and three assists. Andrew VanGaalen added three helpers, while Cole Brown scored his fourth of the season and added two assists. Armaan Kaila (3-0-0) has won his first three starts in net for Delta, turning aside 22-shots for the win.