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How old do you have to be to participate in the League?

A motion was carried allowing the expansion of player draw zones at the Midget age group that also is in keeping with BC Hockey's philosophy of encouraging participants to be the best they can be in developing hockey skills and developing successful members of our society under the principles of education, education, team play, commitment, and social development. All Midget aged players (aged 15, 16 and 17 within the calendar year) are eligible to try out for a Major Midget League zone team.

How do I apply for the Major Midget League?

Evaluation camp information and online registration is available on the BC Hockey website each spring

How many teams are there and how many games are played?

The league is comprised of eleven (11) teams. The numbers of scheduled league games are based on the number of participating teams and consist of a double home/away schedule.

Who are the Zone Teams?

North Central (Cariboo Cougars) North Okanagan (Thompson Blazers) South Okanagan (Okanagan Rockets) Vancouver South East (Fraser Valley Thundebirds) Vancouver South West (Valley West Hawks) Vancouver Central (Greater Vancouver Canadians) Vancouver North West (Vancouver North West Giants) Vancouver North East (Vancouver NE Chiefs) South Vancouver Island (South Island Royals) North Vancouver Island (North Island Silvertips) Kootenays (Kootenay Ice)

What zone am I in?

See MML Info above. Note: A player is only eligible to try out for the zone team where his parents reside.

Once I apply, will I be contacted with details of the Major Midget League?

Players will NOT be contacted regarding camp info. Details will be posted on the BC Hockey website and will be publicized by each team.

How are players selected for the teams?

Evaluation camps for all zone teams are held throughout the province over the same weekend in early August. Additional evaluation sessions may be held until mid September to finalize a team roster. The players will be selected by High Performance evaluators and zone team officials during the evaluation sessions.

What is the BC Hockey Major Midget League Mandate?

1) Provide a standard development opportunity for players, coaches, and officials. 2) Make league programming available to all BC Hockey members. 3) Provide programming in such a manner that costs are shared equally by all participants.

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