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Friday's Minor and Junior Hockey Results

Results Friday:

2008 IIHF World Junior Championship

At Pardubice, Czech Republic

Semifinal

Canada 4 U.S. 1

Sweden 2 Russia 1 (OT)

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World Under-17 Hockey Challenge

At London, Ont.

Bronze Medal

West 9 Pacific 6

Gold Medal

Ontario 3 U.S. 0

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American Hockey League

Late Games Not Included

Hamilton 4 Grand Rapids 1

Hershey 5 Hartford 4

Manchester 5 Worcester 3

Philadelphia 3 Lowell 2

Portland 4 Binghamton 2

Syracuse 6 Albany 1

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Eastern Ontario Senior Hockey League

Frankford 8 Marmora 3

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Maritime Junior A

Moncton 3 Woodstock 2

Restigouche 5 Antigonish 1

Yarmouth 3 Summerside 2

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Women

European Air Canada Cup

At Ravensburg, Germany

Preliminary Round

Canada 7 Germany 0

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Western Hockey League

Lethbridge 4 Brandon 2

Medicine Hat 3 Saskatoon 0

Calgary 9 Kootenay 2

Red Deer 2 Edmonton 1 (SO)

Chilliwack 3 Everett 2

Kamloops 2 Tri City 2

Kelowna 6 Prince George 0

Spokane 5 Moose Jaw 4 (SO)

Vancouver 6 Seattle 1

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Alberta Junior Hockey League

Calgary Canucks 4 Camrose 3 (OT)

Fort McMurray 6 Sherwood Park 5

Grande Prairie 4 Calgary Royals 0

Olds 5 Brooks 4 (OT)

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British Columbia Hockey League

Burnaby 3 Victoria 2

Surrey 5 Alberni Valley 4

Vernon 6 Merritt 3

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Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League

Humboldt 4 Flin Flon 0

Melfort 6 Battlefords 4

Melville 3 Nipawin 0

Weyburn 3 Kindersley 0

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ECHL

Alaska 4 Phoenix 3 (OT)

Fresno 5 Las Vegas 4 (OT)

Idaho 2 Bakersfield 1 (SO)

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