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Tuesday's Minor and Junior Hockey Results

AHL

Bridgeport 2 Albany 1

ECHL

Alaska 4 Phoenix 2

Augusta 2 South Carolina 1 (OT)

Fresno 2 Bakersfield 1 (OT)

Pensacola 7 Gwinnett 3

Trenton 7 Dayton 4

Central

Arizona 5 Rio Grande Valley 4

Bossier-Shreveport 3 Corpus Christi 2 (SO)

Wichita 6 Amarillo 4

United

No Games Scheduled.

QMJHL

No Games Scheduled.

OHL

London 4 Kitchener 3 (SO)

WHL

Calgary 6 Saskatoon 2

Everett 4 Prince George 3 (OT)

Kelowna 4 Chilliwack 1

Maritime Junior A

Halifax 6 Antigonish 1

Ontario Provincial Jr. A

Playoffs

First Round

Division Quarter-finals

(Best-of-7)

North Division

Collingwood 6 Seguin 3

(Collingwood wins series 4-3)

West Division

Georgetown 3 Burlington 2 (2OT)

(Georgetown wins series 4-1)

Ontario Senior AAA

Playoffs

First Round

Semifinals

(Best-of-7)

Petrolia 9 Brantford 4

(Petrolia leads series 2-1)

MJHL

Dauphin 3 Neepawa 2

Selkirk 7 Winnipeg Saints 1

Waywayseecappo 5 Portage 3

Winkler 5 Southeast 3

SJHL

Playoffs

Itech Conference

Elimination Series

(Best-of-7)

Nipawin 4 La Ronge 2

(Lar Ronge leads series 2-1)

AJHL

Calgary Royals 5 Olds 3

Drumheller 2 Fort McMurray 1 (OT)

BCHL

No Games Scheduled.

NWHL

No Games Scheduled.

U.S. College

East

Fredonia 2 Buffalo St. 1

Plattsburgh St. 9 Brockport 2

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