In USA hockey (I think in Canada, as well), there is Midget 16U (15 and 16) and Midget 18U (17 and 18). Players can play up an age level but cannot play down an age level.
Alberta Midget Hockey League was created in 1984.
Manitoba Female Midget Hockey League was created in 2008.
Manitoba Midget 'AAA' Hockey League was created in 1985.
BC Hockey Major Midget League was created in 2004.
16AA is a level of Midget hockey under USA Hockey, meaning the age limit, and the level of play, AA being a high level
USA Hockey age classifications per the 2009-2011 rules:8 & under (Mite)10 & under (Squirt)12 &under (Pee Wee)14 & under (Bantam)16 & under (Midget)18 & under (Midget)
OMHA stands for the Ontario Minor Hockey Association where age groups for junior tyke to midget where you have your own league soOntarioMinorHockeyAssociation
Midget hockey is NOT for midgetsMidget is a division in minor hockey for players aged 14, 15 and 16. Just like all other divisions, it is organized into tiers; the amount of tiers depends on the population of the local region. Midget is the last tier in youth hockey before Junior and Major Junior, then after that comes other professional leagues. below is the order of Youth Hockey Divisions.Pre-Novice, Novice, Atom, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, Junior & Major Junior
Hockey Regina is an organization that provides hockey leagues to various age groups, including pee wee, bantam and midget levels. On their website, you can find information on Coaches, Divisions, Tournaments, and more.
you have to be at least 14 years old
Field hockey players range in age from 5 to 50 and beyond in most areas of the world. There are international tournaments played for by age groups from at least as young as Under-16 up to Masters (50+).