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Wednesday's Minor and Junior Hockey Results

AHL

Hamilton 6 Toronto 4

Rochester 4 Grand Rapids 3

ECHL

Idaho 4 Victoria 0

Johnstown 3 Wheeling 2

United

No Games Scheduled.

Central

No Games Scheduled.

QMJHL

Acadie-Bathurst 6 St. John's 1

Lewiston 4 Victoriaville 1

Moncton 7 Baie-Comeau 6 (SO)

Quebec 5 Drummondville 4

OHL

Belleville 4 Ottawa 3

Guelph 4 Owen Sound 2

WHL

Calgary 5 Lethbridge 3

Everett 3 Spokane 0

Kamloops 4 Tri-City 2

Medicine Hat 4 Regina 1

Saskatoon 2 Kelowna 1

Vancouver 3 Brandon 2 (SO)

Maritime Jr. A

Restigouche 3 Amherst 1

Ontario Provincial Jr. A

Mississauga 5 Georgetown 4

MJHL

Winkler 5 Southeast 4

SJHL

Humboldt 8 Flin Flon 1

Melfort 4 Kindersley 2

Weyburn 4 Melville 0

Yorkton 5 Notre Dame 4 (SO)

AJHL

Calgary Canucks 5 Drumheller 4

Fort McMurray 2 Sherwood Park 1 (OT)

Fort Saskatchewan 10 Lloydminster 4

Spruce Grove 5 Olds 4

BCHL

Nanaimo 4 Powell River 2

Penticton 5 Trail 2

Salmon Arm 4 Westside 3 (OT)

National Women's Hockey League

Etobicoke 5 Mississauga 4

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