New Names for Age Groups Next Season, News (Ancaster Minor Hockey)

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New Names for Age Groups Next Season
Submitted By AMHL on Wednesday, January 8, 2020
Hockey Canada is changing the names of all age divisions to U7, U9, U11 through to U21 in the upcoming 2020-2021 season.


U7 (IP),U9 (NOVICE) & U11 (ATOM) PLAYER PATHWAY IMPLEMENTATION (link to OMHA)

Current Name Age New Name
Minor Tyke 6 years old and under Under 7 (U7)
Minor Novice 7 years old and under Under 8 (U8)
Novice 8 years old and under Under 9 (U9)
Minor Atom 9 years old and under Under 10 (U10)
Atom 10 years old and under Under 11 (U11)
Minor Peewee 11 years old and under Under 12 (U12)
Peewee 12 years old and under Under 13 (U13)
Minor Bantam 13 years old and under Under 14 (U14)
Bantam 14 years old and under Under 15 (U15)
Minor Midget 15 years old and under Under 16 (U16)
Midget 17 years old and under Under 18 (U18)
Juvenile 20 years old and under Under 21 (U21)


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