|1||Kieffer Bellows||23||Team Traktor Minnesota||7||7||14|
|2||Joey Anderson||13||Team Traktor Minnesota||9||4||13|
|3||Tyson Jost||17||Edmonton Mercurys||5||4||9|
|4||Matthew Phillips||16||Calgary Jr Hitmen||4||4||8|
|4||Tyler Benson||71||Edmonton Mercurys||4||4||8|
|4||Nick Pastujov||22||Vancouver Selects||4||4||8|
|7||Brayden Dunn||14||Calgary Jr Hitmen||3||4||7|
|7||Tye Felhaber||22||Vancouver Vipers||5||2||7|
|7||Quinn Benjafield||22||Vancouver Vipers||5||2||7|
|7||Alex Rotundo||98||Edmonton Mercurys||3||4||7|
|11||Adam Mascherin||7||DHI Octane Elite||3||3||6|
|11||Jordan Taupert||14||Edmonton Mercurys||4||2||6|
|11||Hank Crone||20||Vancouver Selects||3||3||6|
|14||Ryan Lindgren||18||Team Traktor Minnesota||1||4||5|
|14||Brett Howden||21||Jr Steelers||1||4||5|
|14||Parker Aucoin||27||Calgary Jr Hitmen||3||2||5|
|14||Vince Loschiavo||77||Jr Steelers||2||3||5|
|18||Simeon Pincombe||35||Team Traktor Minnesota||1||3||4|
|18||Greg Hendrickson||71||DHI Octane Elite||2||2||4|
|18||Matt Hellickson||12||Team Traktor Minnesota||1||3||4|
All Scoring 1999
|1||Brett Stapley||9||Vancouver Vipers||2||7||9|
|1||Riley Sawchuck||55||Western Canadian Selects||3||6||9|
|3||Trey Fix-Wolansky||93||Alberta Alliance||2||5||7|
|3||Ryan Anderson||88||Alberta Alliance||2||5||7|
|3||Cameron Lockard||65||Alberta Alliance||5||2||7|
|6||Austin Nault||97||Western Canadian Selects||3||3||6|
|6||Nolan Jackson||12||Vancouver Selects||2||4||6|
|6||Michael Schumacher||66||Western Canadian Selects||3||3||6|
|6||Jordy Bellerive||88||Vancouver Vipers||4||2||6|
|10||Austin Pratt||14||Minnesota Machine||4||1||5|
Day 2 - 1999 Born Evening
Vancouver Selects 5 - Western Canada Selects 1
In a battle of 2-0-0 teams, it is the Vancouver Selects who come out on team and finish a perfect 3-0-0. James Malm, who we have in our top 10, scored 1-1-2 to lead the way. Also scoring for the Selects was Rasmussen, Walton, Smart and Mendal. Riley Sawchuk, a high scoring forward from Prince Albert got the lone Western Canada Selects marker.
Manitoba Falcons 4 - BC Pirates 2
Connor Gutenberg, a high scoring player from Brandon scored again as did Hayden Ostir, Brayden Pachel and Luc Alaire also scored for the Falcons who move to 1-2-0. Jesse Nelson scored one of the goals for the BC Pirates and Issac Sandomirsky scored in his 3rd straight game for the Pirates.
Vancouver Vipers 7 - Minnesota Machine 2
Our #1 overall ranked '99 born forward Jordy Bellerive has a huge game after a slow start to the tournament, picking up 3 goals and 2 assists tonight. Brett Stapley, his NSWC teammate picks up 1 goal and 5 assists and currently leads the '99's in scoring. Justin Almeida, also from NSWC scored tonight as did Jake Harrison. Nolan Kneen, a NSWC dman had 2 assists. Scheerer and Knoepke scored for the Machine tonight.
Minnesota Icemen 5 - Alberta Alliance 3
Luke Manning and Ryan Poehling each score twice in the Iceman win. The Alliance, who suffer their first loss were led by Edmonton Peewee Oilkings scoring star Josh Paterson and his 2 goals. Ryan Anderson scored once as well for the Alliance.
Day 2 - 1998 Born Evening
Vancouver Vipers 6 - Notre Dame Prospects 2
Quinn Benjafield from the NSWC program had his 2nd straight 2 goal game of the tournament and added 2 assists to pace the Vipers to the win. Dante Hannoun, another high scoring NSWC forward also scored 2 goals. Robbie Johnson and Michael Regush also scored while fast climbing Matt Barberis from BWC had 2 assists. Notre Dame got goals from Tyran Brown and Brandon Klatt once again.
Day 2 - 1998 Born Action
Calgary Jr. Hitmen 7 - Notre Dame Prospects 1
A pair of Calgary NE prospects in Brayden Dunn and Parker Aucoin each score twice in leading the Jr. Hitmen to the win. Matthew Phillips has 1-2-3 as well. We project all 3 to be within the top two rounds of the 2013 WHL Bantam Draft. Jared Legien, who has showed well, scores once again for the Notre Dame Prospects. He is in our rankings too.
Team Traktor 8 - Saskatoon Jr. Blades 3
The Western Elite Hockey Prospects #1 ranked Western USA prospect for the 2012 WHL Bantam Draft picks up 4 goals and 1 assist and Kiefer Bellows has 5 points as they walk past a good Jr. Blades team 8-3. Jordan Borstmayer, Kaden Elder and Cale Fleury score for the Jr. Blades.
Vancouver Selects Blue 7 - Manitoba Predators 3
The Vanvouver Selects were once again led by a pair of prospects from south of the border in Nick Pastujov from Michigan and Kailer Yamamoto from Washington St. leading the way with 2 goals each. Jesse Lansdell (Surrey), Hank Crone (Dallas) and Michael Pastujov (Michigan) also scored for the Selects Blue. The Selects Blue came in late for game 1 as several players had to drive in to Winnipeg from Calgary due to bad weather and flights. Beck Malenstyn brok his wrist and is out for a while. The Predators got goals from Anea Ferrario, Dane Derewianchuk and D- Adam Thurlbeck.
DHI Octane Elite 5 - Edmonton Mercurys 3
The star studded Edmonton Mercurys actually lost a game in the tournament, much to some peoples surprise by a score of 5-3. The Ontario based DHI Octane Elite were led by 2 goals from Darby Hendrickson's son Greg. Sean Day and James Allen each also had 2 points. For the Mercurys, Alex Rotundo with 1-1-2 and Tyson Jost 0-2-2 were the only multiple point getters. David Quenneville had a goal again from the point and seems primed for continuous first round status. Star forward, Tyler Benson held scoreless.
Vancouver Vipers 8 - Red Army 2
Top two round rated prospects Jake Kryski and Quinn Benjafield each score twice in leading the Vipers to a easy win today. Luke Gingras, from Langley, who is another top rated prospect had a good game with 1-2-3. Sorry, no reports from good checkers in this one! Adam Touchette and Austin Friesen scored for the Red Army team. Both Friesen and Touchette are highly ranked '98 prospects by WEHP.
Manitoba Jr. Steelers 4 - Southern Alberta Selects Fusion 0
The powerhouse Jr. Steelers avenge their opening day loss with a win against the Fusion. Brett Howden continues to prove why he'll be a top pick in going 1-1-2. Loschaivo, Martin and D - Lavioe also scored for the Jr. Steelers. Ryan Kubic had the shut out.
Day 2 - 1999 Born Action
Western Canada Selects 9 - Minnesota Blades 4
A team WEHP had the say in, in terms of roster was able to get their first win with a 9-4 victory over the Minnesota Blades. Bobby Defriest scored a TRICK and Prince Albert star forward Riley Sawchuk had 2-2-4. Austin Nault also scored for the 3rd straight game and added 2 assists. Vancouver Thunderbirds high scoring ace Tyson Lin had 3 assists as well. Mitch Machlitt, who is a top 10 player in his age group from hockey hot bed Minnesota had 2 goals.
Alberta Alliance 6 - Minnesota Machine 4
The high powered Alberta Alliance, featuring many players from the '12 peewee champion Edmonton Jr. Oilkings walk past a good Minnesota Machine team 6-4. Aiden Steinke and Cameron Lockard each had 2 goals. Lockard has opening up many eyes and will move up in the next rankings. Trey Fix-Wolansky and Ryan Peckford contributed again as per usual.
North American Stars 4 - Vancouver Vipers 3
In what has to be the most surprising happening of the North American Hockey Classic thus far, the Vancouver Vipers have fallen to 0-2-0. Again, balance scoring is what is the theme for the most part of the tournament as the North American Stars get goals from four different players; Logan Foster scored once again and our scout their has taken notice as well as Dylan Burton, Brett Namaka and high scoring Balgonie product Eamon Milligan. For the under-achieving Vipers it was Bellerive, Stapley and Berard. Stapley had 3 points in the game. Our #1 ranked prospect, Jordy Bellerive hasn't been very good thus far!
Vancouver Selects (2-0-0) 5 - Manitoba Falcons (0-2-0)
The Vancouver Selects once again prove why they are the favourites in easily handling a very good Manitoba Falcons team, who has now dropped to 0-2-0. The Selects were once again led by Nolan Jackson, who picked up his 2nd consecutive multiple point game with 1 goal and 2 assists. Parm Dhaliwahl scored his 2nd of the tournament, D - Jonathan Smart from Kelowna scored as did Michael Rasmussen and James Malm with his 2nd of the tournament. The Falcons lone goal came from Nick Henry who plays in Portage area of Manitoba. Brandon Benoit started for the Falcons and allowed all 5 goals and Logan Thiessen came in to mop up.