Canada midget hockey
Divisions of minor hockey in Canada will no longer be known as Peewee, Bantam, Midget and similar names, starting next season. In a sweeping change announced Monday Nov. The change was initiated by Hockey Canada and its 13 provincial and territorial members, including Hockey BC, and will be implemented nationally for the season. Junior and Senior teams are not affected by this change. Whoa, huge news from HockeyCanada.
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Minor ice hockey
Minor ice hockey - Wikipedia
Find out when your child can begin playing minor hockey. Learn about age-appropriate development as players advance to successive age divisions. Hockey Canada and its 13 members have ratified age division names changes for all levels of minor hockey. The changes create a simpler and more consistent reference for parents registering their children. Only the names will change. Actual divisions remain consistent with past seasons. Areas with Major and Minor designations within divisions will continue to do so under the new naming format.
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Hockey Canada dropping 'midget,' other terms from divisions to be more inclusive
Minor hockey describes amateur hockey played by athletes 20 years old and younger. Players are generally divided into playing levels according to age. For additional information about enrolling in a minor hockey program, please contact your local Minor Hockey Association MHA. If you are unsure about which MHA to contact, please contact the BC Hockey office, or email info bchockey.
Hockey Canada is changing its traditional age group names, including "midget," a year after some other sports organizations stopped using the term. The governing body of hockey in Canada announced Monday that the age categories, that also included novice, peewee, atom and bantam, would be replaced by names descriptive of the ages of the players, from under-7 up to U The change, approved at Hockey Canada's winter congress in Montreal, will impact all minor and female hockey programs under the Hockey Canada umbrella. Some other organizations, including BC Hockey and Athletics Canada, changed their classification names in November,
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