SHOW League concludes play in Texas on Sunday
The fifth event of the North American Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL) 2022-23 season continued on Sunday, November 13th as all SHOW League teams took to the ice for one final game at the event in Texas. All T1ER teams played in two games on Sunday. The event concludes on Monday, November 14th as each T1ER West Division 18U and 16U team plays one more game.
This event marked the 2022-23 season debut of the SHOW League. It is also the fourth event for the T1ER League as the West Division teams will be in attendance.
The event will be played at several arenas in the North Texas DFW area including the Children’s Health StarCenters in Farmers Branch, Frisco, McKinney, Plano, Richardson, and also the NYTEX Sports Centre.
Day 3 recaps
SHOW 14: The Dallas Penguins defeated the New Jersey Jr. Titans in a 6-3 score. Thomas Kubit and Cole Thomas both scored two goals and added an assist. Goaltender Joseph Lackey stopped 21 of the 24 shots he faced. The Vegas Jr. Golden Knights shutout the Highland Park Falcons, 5-0. Tommy Trent added two goals while Elliot Murch and Nathan Kerr both added a goal and assist. Goaltender Vincent Vitale posted a 27 shot shutout in the win. The New Mexico Ice Wolves allowed one goal in a 8-1 win over the Arizona Hockey Union. Jackson Thomas, and Angus Smith both recorded 3 points on the night. Goalie Declan Bayne stopped 15 shots in the win.
SHOW 16: The Orland Park Vikings shutout the St. Louis Sting in a 2-0 game. Nathan Novak and Zachary Marsell both scored as Logan Bruns turned away 6 shots in the shutout win. Cherry Creek Hockey Academy topped the Anaheim Jr. Ducks, 3-2. Alexander Terry added two assists in the contest and goaltender Mason Banks stopped 16 shots. The Texas Warriors added 4 goals in the second period to end up taking a 6-2 win over the Pekin Dragons. Mason Mashigian added two goals and goaltender Walter Jimenez III stopped 21 of 23 shots. The Texas Tigers took down the Highland Park Falcons in a 7-2 score. Bryce Millington accounted for 4 assists and Jake Bamback added 2 goals and 1 assist. Goalie Wyatt Wilhelm stopped 24 shots in the win. Clearwater Ice Storm won 6-2 over the Chicago Hawks. Zachary Borukhin and George Brkljacic both added 2 points. Goalie Gregory Politis stopped 39 shots. The Chicago Jets took a 5-4 overtime win against the Rose City Pats. Ayden Gray added 3 points with 2 goals and 1 assist and added the game winning overtime goal. Monument Hockey Academy edged the Clearwater Ice Storm, 3-2. Ryan Stone, Gain Cannon and Brandon Atchley all scored a goal. Goalie Chris Martinez stopped 23 shots. Pilot Mound Hockey Academy topped the Tampa Crunch, 6-1. Logan Wright added two goals and two assists while Reid Slugoski added two goals. Netminder Quinn Burfoot turned away 26 of 27 shots. St. Viator defeated the SISU Thunderbirds, 3-2. Goalie John Mayer turned away 35 of 37 shots. The Weber Mustangs blanked the Rose City Pats, 5-0. Erich Jaques added two goals and goaltener Yair Perez earned the shutout stopping 10 shots. The Park City Ice Miners defeated the Tampa Bay Jr. Lightning, 4-1. Evan Bain added 3 points with 1 goal and 2 assists. Goaltender Noah Grefe stopped 15 of 16 shots. The Arizona Hockey Union took a 6-2 victory over the Texas Jr. Brahmas. Barrett Becker and Roberto Gamez both netted two goals. Goalie Jake Olson stopped 27 shots in the win. The Northwest Stars edged the Houston Wild, 2-1. Cameron Kimmerly and Jackson Rajcic both scored for the Stars and goaltender Daniel Peebles was near perfect stopping 41 of 42 shots.
SHOW 18: The Anaheim Jr. Ducks took down Cherry Creek Hockey Academy 4-1. Anaheim goalie Nick Cowles kept out 31 of 32 shots in the win. Ethan Kuehn scored twice for the Ducks and the other goals came from Jared Barton and Mason Appelbaum. The Northwest Chargers dominated Arizona Hockey Union 8-2. George Kopec led all scorers with a hat trick. Brian Buccholz and Alexander Tinerella each had multiple points for the Chargers as well. The Portland Jr. Winterhawks recorded 50 shots in their 3-1 victory over the Tri State Spartans. Portland was led by defenseman Hudson Horn who had two goals in the contest. Their netminder Alexei Kuhl posted 23 saves in the game. The Chicago Jets picked up a 7-1 victory over St. Mary’s whilst recording 55 shots. Caleb Santiago had a pair of goals in the win. Chris Cerven, Andrew Bencik, and Christopher Ottsen also had multiple points for the Jets. St. Viator grabbed a 5-1 victory in their matchup against Denver East. Their netminder Brock Harer stopped 31 of 32 shots faced. Forward Angelo Massaro had two goals and one assist for St. Viator. The Texas Tigers shut down the Highland Park Falcons, beating them by a final score of 5-0. Cole Fennema made 25 saves for the Tigers to secure the shutout in net. Chase Weber scored a pair of goals for Texas while the other scores came from Adam Hadi, Andrew Chan, and Colson Zak. The Chicago Hawks scored four goals in the final frame which led them to a 5-2 victory over the Clearwater Ice Storm National. Josh Taylor found the back of the net twice for the Hawks while Brady Culin, Michael Ryndak, and Liam Lecauchois scored the other goals. The Northwest Stars had a strong performance against Pacific Ridge Hockey Club, taking them down by a final score of 6-1. Ryan Foto had a strong performance in the crease for the Stars, keeping out all but one of 29 shots faced. Connor Kirby and Ivan Gutierrez each scored and dished an assist in the win. Christopher Sharon and Richard Raish both dished three assists. The Weber Mustangs doubled up on Monument Hockey Academy’s offense, beating them 4-2. Max Tracy led all skaters with two goals and three points in the win. Gabriel King and Boston Bradshaw scored the other goals for Weber. Golden State Elite defeated the Pilot Mound Buffaloes 3-1. Rohin Young, Presley Lashinski, and Kaden Winter tickled twine for Golden State Elite. Solaiman Zinger made 30 saves on 31 shots in the win. The Tri Valley Bulls defeated the Dallas Penguins 6-3. Tyler Brown put up two goals in the win. Brayden Bibby, Daniel Sanna, and Maxwell Hove each recorded a goal and assist. Kieren Parker made 32 saves. The New Mexico Jr. Ice Wolves edged past Clearwater Ice Storm American 3-2. Owen Huisman was the star of the show, keeping out 59 shots in the victory. New Mexico goals came from Edward Taliaferro V, James Fichtner, and Kacper Drabczynski. The St. Louis Sting shutout the Orland Park Vikings. Tyler Montgomery kept out all 31 shots he faced to secure the shutout. Jack Pilas and Nicholas Moran were the goalscorers for St. Louis. The Lincoln Stars took down the Texas Jr. Brahmas in convincing fashion, winning 6-2. Liam Joyce had two goals in the win and Ryan Diaz made 20 saves for the Stars.
T1ER 16: The Arizona Bobcats edged the Ontario Jr. Reign in a 3-2 score. Curtis Anderson netted two goals and goaltender Jake Filion stopped 10 of 12 shots. Four different members of Team Alaska scored in their 4-0 victory over the Vegas Jr. Golden Knights. Hayden Zemia stopped all 25 shots fired in his direction. Patrick Tolan, Merit Waldrop, Blake Yawit and Chase Mathews all found the back of the net for Team Alaska. Matthias Cheung and Mason McCullough were the goal scorers for Colorado Springs Tigers while Maxime Horvath was sensational in goal as he made 37 saves to earn the win in goal.
T1ER 18: In early day action, the Arizona Bobcats doubled up the Ontario Jr. Reign 4-2. Owen Gruener scored two goals and Dylan Leahy also tacked on two points. Aiden Biswanger stopped 20 of 22 shots to earn the win in goal. The Northwest Stars edged the Colorado Springs Tigers 6-5 in a shootout. Nicholas Turner had two goals and an assist to lead the offense, Aly Nathoo stopped 49 shots and then denied three shooters in the skills competition. Team Alaska defeated the Vegas Jr. Golden Knights by a score of 8-3. Eight different players found the back of the net for Vegas. Luke Anderson led the way with three points. Vegas would bounce back in the afternoon slate of games as they defeated Ontario 2-1. Joe Picciurro and Jacob Webb scored the goals for the Jr. Golden Knights while Michael Burgos made 37 saves to secure the win. The Colorado Springs Tigers bounced back to take home a 4-1 win over the Northwest Stars. Jacob Wenner had a pair of points in the victory while Hunter Houle was nearly perfect, making 24 of 25 saves. The Arizona Bobcats pulled out an improbable comeback in the final game of the day as they scored three times in the final frame including the game tying goal with about 2:30 remaining in regulation and the game winner coming with 24 seconds left in regulation off the stick of Brandon Sandmoen.