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SIX PACKS ON ICE, Canadian Major Junior Edition: 2014 Playoff Tracker

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LONDON, ON - MARCH 21: Ryan Foss #19 of the Windsor Spitfires tries to get a backhand off against Anthony Stolarz #43 of the London Knights during Game One of the OHL Western Conference Quarterfinals at Budweiser Gardens on March 21, 2014 in London, Ontario, Canada. The Knights defeated the Spitfires 6-1 to take a 1-0 series lead. (Photo by Claus Andersen/Getty Images)

The 2014 playoffs are officially underway!

The Halifax Mooseheads have opened their defense of the Memorial Cup as the hottest team going into the playoffs, and have won their first two games against Charlottetown by 3 and 6 goals respectively. The last three Memorial Cups have all been won by teams in the Q.

The Kelowna Rockets finished first in the WHL, and received the Scotty Munro Trophy on Saturday, but the trophy they’re really interested in won’t be presented until May in London. The Guelph Storm has been strong all year, and finished first overall, just two points ahead of the Erie Otters. Guelph has won their first two games of the playoffs against the Plymouth Whalers, a team that they finished 45 points and 24 wins ahead of in the regular season. Below are the  results of the series so far:

QMJHL

March 20

(#5) Blainville-Boisbriand 3  (#12) Moncton  2

March 21

(#2) Halifax 6    (#15) Charlottetown 3

(#7) Rouyn-Noranda 5    (#10) Quebec 4 (OT)

(#1) Baie-Comeau  5    (#16) Shawinigan 1

(#3) Val d’Or 4    (#14) Acadie Bathurst 1

(#3) Chicoutimi 1     (#4) Rimouski 6

(#5) Blainville-Boisbrand 5    (#12) Moncton 6 (OT)

(#6) Drummondville 3     (#11) Victoriaville 4

(#8) Gatineau 7     (#9) Cape Breton 2

March 22

(#1) Baie-Comeau 3     (#16) Shawinigan 1

(#3) Chicoutimi 1    (#4) Rimouski 6

(#2) Halifax 7    (#15) Charlottetown 1

(#6) Drummondville 6     (#11) Victoriaville 5

 (#7) Quebec 7     (#10) Rouyn-Noranda 3

(#8) Gatineau 8     (#9) Cape Breton 2

 (#3) Val d’Or 3     (#14) Acadie-Bathurst 0

 

OHL

March 20

(#4) Barrie 3     (#5) Sudbury 2

March 21

(#1) Oshawa 6    (#8)  Mississauga 0

(#2) North Bay 4   (#7) Niagara 0

(#3) Kingston 4   (#6) Peterborough 1

(#1) Guelph 5   (#8) Plymouth 2

(#2) Sault Ste. Marie 4     (#7) Owen Sound 5 (OT)

(#3) Erie 4    (#6) Saginaw 3

(#4) London 6    (#5) Windsor 1

March 22

(#4) Barrie 4    (#5) Sudbury 3 (OT)

(#1) Guelph 3    (#8) Plymouth 0

(#2) Sault Ste. Marie 7     (#7) Owen Sound 3

(#3) Erie 4    (#6) Saginaw 3 (OT)

(#4) London 6    (#5) Windsor 3

March 23

(#1) Oshawa 3     (#8) Mississauaga 2 (OT)

(#2) North Bay 2   (#7) Niagara 3

(#3) Kingston 5   (#6) Peterborough 4 (OT)

 

WHL

March 20

(#3) Calgary 2     (#6) Kootenay 5

March 21

(#4) Medicine Hat 2      (#5) Swift Current 1

(#2) Portland 4     (#7) Vancouver 3

March 22

(#1) Edmonton 5     (#8) Prince Albert 3

(#2) Regina 3   (#7) Brandon 6

(#3) Calgary 5     (#6) Kootenay 0

(#4) Medicine Hat 4      (#5) Swift Current 2

(#1) Kelowna 3     (#8) Tri-City 1

(#2) Portland 3     (#7) Vancouver 0

(#3) Victoria 2     (#6) Spokane 1 (OT)

(#4) Seattle 2     (#5) Everett 1

March 23

(#1) Edmonton 3     (#8) Prince Albert 1

(#2) Regina 4    (#7) Brandon 8

(#1) Kelowna 3     (#8) Tri-City 1

(#3) Victoria 4     (#6) Spokane 3 (OT)

(#4) Seattle 3     (#5) Everett 1