Thursday's Minor and Junior Hockey Results

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AHL

No Games Scheduled.

ECHL

No Games Scheduled.

Central

Bossier-Shreveport 6 Rocky Mountain 5 (OT)

United

No Games Scheduled.

QMJHL

Lewiston 4 Halifax 3

Rimouski 8 Baie-Comeau 5

Saint John 2 Cape Breton 1

OHL

Guelph 6 Oshawa 5 (OT)

Kitchener 5 Peterborough 3

Plymouth 5 Barrie 2

Windsor 5 Sarnia 2

WHL

No Games Scheduled.

Ontario Provincial Jr. A

Playoffs

First Round

Division Quarter-finals

(Best-of-7)

East Division

Kingston 3 Peterborough 0

(Kingston wins series 4-1)

South Division

Markham 2 Durham 0

(Markham wins series 4-0)

Pickering 4 Toronto 3 (OT)

(Toronto leads series 3-2)

North Division

Newmarket 5 Huntsville 4 (2OT)

(Newmarket leads series 3-0)

Ontario Senior AAA

No Games Scheduled.

Eastern Ontario Senior

No Games Scheduled.

MJHL

Winnipeg South 4 Southeast 3

SJHL

No Games Scheduled.

AJHL

Olds 2 Okotoks 1

BCHL

Nanaimo 4 Alberni Valley 2

Prince George 4 Quesnel 1

Salmon Arm 7 Vernon 2

Trail 3 Merritt 2

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