Fifteen years of age. (15 YOA)
There's no true "age limit." It truly depends on how well your body can maintain the physical affect of hockey.
There isn't an age limit to enter the World Cyber Games but most players retire after they turn 25. There aren't many players older than 20.
7 and 8 year olds
16AA is a level of Midget hockey under USA Hockey, meaning the age limit, and the level of play, AA being a high level
This is a rather dumb question since, as in any sport, a player can play as long as his abilities, age, desire, and a team's need for him allow him to do so!!
junior hockey is the wave of the future. more premier players are moving away from prep and high school hockey because they dont have to deal with the politics associated with high school hockey. one example: a senior game. often, seniors are not the best players ona team but they get to play because it is their last game. juniors hockey eliminates age brackets and separates players the way they should be separated: by skill level.
Opinion:Most often hockey players between 25 and 35 are in peak form. Any younger and they are not as strong and don't have as much experience. Any older and they start to slow down compared to the younger players. Some players hit their prime earlier, while some maintain their form longer, but this is generally the age range.
Bantam hockey players are usually in the age range of 13-14. Players younger than 13 can "play up", however, if the team or organization deems them to be a good enough player. A player older than 14 cannot "play down" unless they turned 15 during or after a specified point in the season.
yes you can, just edit their date of birth. there might be a limit on how many players you can edit... don't know.
The national teams are limited to players under 23 years of age, with three slots available for veterans 23 or older.
There is no age limit for hockey schools, you just cant be over 40 and have to be older than 18!!!!!! That rule applies in every state in every country
Tier II AA hockey is a youth hockey level for players in the categories of mites/novice, squirts/atoms, peewees, bantams, and midgets age groups. This is the 2nd-highest youth level behind AAA hockey.