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Monday's Minor and Junior Hockey Results

Results Monday:

AHL

No Games Scheduled.

ECHL

Playoffs

First Round

Conference Quarter-finals

(Best-of-5)

National Conference

Alaska 4 Stockton 3

(Alaska leads series 1-0)

IHL

No Games Scheduled.

Central

Playoffs

Second Round

Conference Semifinals

(Best-of-7)

Southern Conference

Odessa 5 Texas 4 (OT)

(Odessa wins series 4-2)

QMJHL

Playoffs

Second Round

Quarter-finals

(Best-of-7)

Victoriaville 6 Quebec 1

(Victoriaville leads series 3-0)

OHL

Playoffs

Second Round

Conference Semifinals

(Best-of-7)

Eastern Conference

Barrie 5 Brampton 1

(Barrie leads series 3-0)

Western Conference

Windsor 5 Plymouth 0

(Windsor leads series 3-0)

London 6 Kitchener 3

(London leads series 2-1)

WHL

Playoffs

Second Round

Conference Semifinals

No Games Scheduled.

Maritime Jr. A

Playoffs

Fourth Round

League Championship

(Best-of-7)

Woodstock vs. Weeks

(Woodstock leads series 1-0)

Series resumes on Tuesday.

Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League

Playoffs

Third Round

Conference Finals

(Best-of-7)

Western Conference

St. Thomas 4 LaSalle 1

(LaSalle leads series 2-1)

SJHL

Playoffs

Fourth Round

Credit Union Cup

League Championship

(Best-of-7)

La Ronge vs. Yorkton

(Series tied 1-1)

Series resumes on Tuesday.

AJHL

Playoffs

Fourth Round

Enerflex Cup

League Championship

(Best-of-7)

Spruce Grove 6 Fort McMurray 2

(Spruce Grove leads series 2-1)

BCHL

Playoffs

Fourth Round

Fred Page Cup

League Championship

(Best-of-7)

Powell River 4 Vernon 0

(Powell River leads series 2-1)

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