Game Day Recap: October 16, 2022

Wenatchee Wild (4) vs North Shore Warriors (1) U18 Prep

Logan Nagle (2G) scored twice in the first period; first on the power-play and second shorthanded, to help Wenatchee take a 3-0 lead into the first intermission. Vaughn Pongonis (1G, 1A) had a two-point performance for the Wild, with his first goal of the season holding up as the game-winner. Goaltender James Hunt picked up his first win of the season with a 29-save outing. 

Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (3) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (17) U18 Prep

Every player on Pacific Coast Hockey Academy registered at least a point in a lop-sided win against Pilot Mound Hockey Academy. Leading the way, Landon Mackie (3G, 3A) registered a hat-trick and added three assists for a six-point effort, while Carson Lesiuk (5A) picked up five assists for PCHA. All three goals scored by PMHA came on special teams, with two power-play goals and a shorthanded marker. 

International Hockey Academy (5) vs Okanagan Hockey Academy (4) U18 Prep

Both teams took a 2-2 tie into the second period, but just 0:34 seconds into the middle frame, Braxton Thornton (2G) lit the lamp to give International Hockey Academy the lead. IHA would add two more goals in the period, leading 5-2 heading into the final frame. Okanagan Hockey Academy would bring the score to within one goal, after Tim Schutz and Wyatt Bailey each found the back of the net, but goaltender Rio Kroeker turned aside 36 of 40 shots he faced to hold on for the win.

Okanagan Hockey Academy (0) vs Delta Hockey Academy (7) U15

Santiago Skinner got the scoring started with a power-play tally in the first period to give Delta Hockey Academy the lead. Kishan Saggu (3) scored three goals in the final forty-minutes to register a hat-trick, while Brennan Lovitt added a shorthanded goal for an exclamation point. Lynden Mercier (35/35) stopped all 35-shots he faced between the pipes to record the shutout.

Delta Hockey Academy Black (4) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3) U15 Prep

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy was 6/6 on the penalty-kill in the game and also opened the scoring on the power-play (Kody Pham), taking a 3-1 lead into the second period. The lead would not last, however, as Waylon Gardipy (3G) would score twice in the second period, including a short-handed tally, and added another in the third period for the natural hat-trick.

Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (5) vs Notre Dame (4) U18 Prep

Isaac Erickson and Josh Hayden scored in succession to give Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy an early 2-0 lead, but Notre Dame answered back with goals from Ivan Kulagin and Nick Marczmiarz to tie things up through twenty minutes. Both teams traded chances in the second period, but the score remained tied 4-4 headed into the third period where, with under a minute remaining in the game and overtime looming, Mason Lochten found the back of the net (19:21) to propel CDA to the win. 

Okanagan Hockey Academy (5) vs Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy (2) U17 Prep

Okanagan Hockey Academy got out to a 5-0 lead through forty-minutes of play, led by Hudson Closson (1G, 1A) who picked up his sixth goal of the season. Coeur d’Alene Hockey Academy would answer back in the third period, as Nolan Heuer capitalised on the powerplay and Ryan Turner found the scoresheet moments later, but it was too little too late for CDA. 

RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (6) vs OHA Edmonton (2) U18 Prep

John Franceschetti (3G) scored on the power-play (4:26) to give RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna the first period lead. Later, in the second period, he would score two more goals just 0:11 seconds apart to record the hat-trick. Preston Patenaude made 26-saves between the pipes for RHA Kelowna, earning his first win of the season. 

Delta Hockey Academy (2) vs South Alberta Hockey Academy (5) U18 Prep

The game was scoreless after one period of play, when Chase Harrington got the scoring started for Delta Hockey Academy in the second period.  Jack Bakker added a power-play goal late in the frame, for his sixth goal of the year, but that’s all Delta would get. With South Alberta Hockey Academy leading 3-2 in the third period, Brett Calhoon and Ryan Miller both scored for SAHA to put the game out of reach. 

South Alberta Hockey Academy (1) vs Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (0) Female U18 Prep

The lone goal in the game came off the stick of Kendal Davidson, who scored her fourth of the season at 8:52 of the first period to give South Alberta Hockey Academy the lead. SAHA goaltender Devyn Amundson turned aside all 15-shots she faced for the win. (15/15).

Okanagan Hockey Academy (7) vs Prairie Hockey Academy (2) U16 Prep

OHA fired 66 shots on the Prairie Hockey Academy net, as Reuben Stone (4A) led the offense for Okanagan Hockey Academy with four assists, while Cameron Norrie (1G, 3A) had a similar effort on the scoresheet. Jonah Tonhauser wasn’t overly tested in net, but turned aside 15 of 15 shots he faced to record the win. 

BWC Academy (1) vs Shawnigan Lake School (7) U17 Prep

The game was tied 1-1 heading into the third period, when Shawnigan Lake School put together a solid third period effort offensively. Chase Kittleson scored his fourth of the season for the eventual game-winner and Brandon Kendall (3G) scored twice in the final frame to complete the hat-trick, after scoring earlier in the game. Daniel Morozov scored the lone goal on the power-play for BWC Academy in the loss. 

North Shore Warriors (5) vs Notre Dame (7) U16 Prep

Nick Wytrychowski (2G, 1A) scored twice, including a shorthanded tally, and added an assist for a three-point effort for Notre Dame. Cameron Collins scored two goals for the North Shore Warriors in the loss, while goaltender Ben Chornomydz made 30-saves to earn the win for the Hounds.

BWC Academy (2)  vs St. George’s School (4) U15 Prep

St. George’s School remains undefeated (3-0-0) on the season with a win on Sunday over BWC Academy. Jacob Shawrtz (2G) picked up a pair of goals for St.George’s, and a third period power-play goal from Eli Barrett (6:42) would hold up as the eventual game-winner. Eric Tu stopped 26 of 28 shots he faced to pick up the decision between the pipes.

RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (10) vs Notre Dame (5) U15 Prep

A high scoring affair would see RHA Winnipeg outshoot Notre Dame 64-16 in a 10-5 victory. Zach Lansard (2G, 1A) scored twice and Jett Deschamps (3A) recorded three assists for RHA Winnipeg. River Arnason (1G, 2A) and Josh Shaganya (1G, 2A) each recorded three points while Peyton Shore (11/16) was in net for the win. Five different skaters scored for Notre Dame in the loss. 

St. George’s School (3) vs Delta Hockey Academy (6) U17 Prep

Amadeo Sim (2G) gave St. George’s the lead 10:14 into the first but Jackson DeGraves (2G, 2A) would score minutes later, kick-starting a run of four straight Delta goals. Sim would score again 24 seconds into the third to bring St. George’s within two, but Jack Ferguson would respond just 9 seconds later, and a Jovan Sandhu goal two minutes later would put the game out of reach. 

Yale Hockey Academy (2) vs Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (3/SO) U17 Prep

Noah Gebicki scored shorthanded late in the first and Damien Fraser added an even strength marker early in the second as PCHA jumped out to a 2-0 lead. But Lucas Biros would score less than two minutes later and Jack MacFarlane would tie the game late in the second, to eventually force OT. OT would solve nothing and the goalies would get the best of the shooters in the shootout as it would take until the fourth round for Isaiah Idisi to find the back of the net and give PCHA the 3-2 win. Koen Cleaver made 48 saves in the win.

Edge School (5) vs OHA Edmonton (3) U15 Prep

Landon DuPont (2G, 1A), Reed Reschny, and Zach Olsen all scored within the first 25 minutes of the game as Edge grabbed a 3-0 advantage. Kayden Lemire (2G) would end the Edge run, before Cruz Pavao re-gained the Edge three goal advantage. Lemire would score just two minutes later, and Zach Schwartz would add a powerplay marker as OHA Edmonton got back within one. But DuPont would add his second powerplay of the goal late in the period to secure the win.  

RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (2) vs BWC Academy (3) U18 Prep

Hayden Paupanekis scored just 2:52 into the first and Owen Warnick added another RHA Winnipeg goal 2:45 into the second as they held a 2-0 lead. But BWC Academy would bounce back as Nate Crema, Liam Payne, and Ty Coupland would all score within a seven minute span in the second. A scoreless third would see Aidan Fischer (17/19) and BWC Academy pick up the 3-2 win. Ethan Simcoe stopped 40 of 43 in net for RHA Winnipeg. 

St. George’s School (2) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (4) U18 Prep

Landon Hanson, Jaxen Gauchier and Jack Ketsa all scored for NAX who held a 3-0 lead heading into the third. But St. George’s would dominate the third, outshooting NAX 11-4 and getting goals from Ethan Buckland and Reece Liu. However, they would be unable to find the tying goal and Jason Huang would score an empty netter to secure the win. Vaughn Kaliel stopped 33/35 in net for the win. 

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (2) vs Edge School (4) U16 Prep

Sawyer Samycia and Lachlan Hanton scored for Edge while Ryan Christenson tallied a power play marker for PCHA as Edge led 2-1 after 20. Lucas Frame would score the lone second period goal and Lincoln Martin (1G, 1A) would score midway through the second as Edge took a 4-1 lead. Brayden Howe would score a late consolation goal for PCHA. Adler Ames made 23 saves for the win. 

RINK Hockey Academy Winnipeg (4) vs RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna (1) U16 Prep

Brant Catellier (30/31) made 30 saves and Connor Bear (3A) recorded three assists as RHA Winnipeg defeated RHA Kelowna 4-1. Hudson Brehaut, Remy Hlady (1G, 1A), Josh McGregor and Luke Ross all scored for RHA Winnipeg. Cole Serdachny scored the lone RHA Kelowna goal while Louis Gu stopped 48 of 52 in the loss. 

North Shore Warriors (3) vs Shawnigan Lake School (6) U15 Prep

Shawnigan forward Nigel Alberts (2G, 1A) scored the lone first period goal but North Shore would respond with three unanswered in the second period to hold a 3-1 lead after 40. The third was all Shawnigan lake as they scored five goals in the first 9:26 of the period, grabbing a 6-3 win. Gavin Clarahan (34/37) earned the win for Shawnigan while Logan McAloney (49/55) was in net for the loss. 

Prairie Hockey Academy (4) vs Yale Hockey Academy (2) U18 Prep

Drew Molde scored the first goal of the game for PHA who led 1-0 after 20. Brody Quiring and Ben Kindel would score for Yale in the second, but a Bryson Aikens (1G, 1A)  goal would see the game tied at 2-2 heading into the third. Dmitri Toporowski (1G, 1A) would score with less than five minutes remaining, and Jacob Michelson would score minutes later as Prairie defeated Yale 4-2. 

Shawnigan Lake School (5) vs Edge School (4) U18 Prep

Shawnigan Lake would lead 3-0 4:02 into the second on goals from Cole Patterson (1G, 1A), Matt Patry, and Dallas Earl (1G, 2A). But Edge would score four straight second period goals, including two from Terik Parascak (2G, 2A) , as Edge led 4-3 after 40. Sam Bailey would tie the game late in the third and George Stavrianeas (1G, 1A) would give Shawnigan a 5-4 victory with 15 seconds left. 

OHA Edmonton (1) vs Delta Hockey Academy (2/SO) U16 Prep

After 40 scoreless minutes Kaden Wilkinds would score his fourth of the season 1:25 into the third to give OHA Edmonton the lead. Rylan Clark would score a powerplay marker with less than five minutes remaining to tie the game and force OT. The strong defensive play continued into the third and a shootout was needed. Shay McVicker (30/31) would stop all four OHA Edmonton shooters and Clark would beat William Stewart (28/29) in the fourth round to give Delta the win. 

OHA Edmonton (4/SO) vs Northern Alberta Xtreme (3) U15

Kyle Denis would open the scoring late in the first for NAX before Yihwan Joo (2G) would score a shorthanded and power play goal in the second for OHA Edmonton. Nate Macdonald would add another powerplay goal for OHA Edmonton, before Thayne Wasyluk would score a powerplay goal of his own for NAX, bringing them within one heading into the third. Kale Breton would score midway through the third to force OT, where neither team would score. Joo would score the eventual shootout winner for OHA Edmonton. Oliver Bryks would stop 40 of 43 for OHA Edmonton in the win. Cam Hoose (31/34) made 31 saves in net for NAX.