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Camps

Spring Midget AAA Identification Camps

Minor and Major Midget Camps are held together

TEAM DATES LOCATION
Cariboo Cougars May 3-5 TBD-Prince George
Fraser Valley Thunderbirds May 3-5 Langley Sportsplex-Langley
Greater Vancouver Canadians May 3-7 Richmond Oval-Richmond
Kootenay Ice April 12-14 Beaver Valley Arena-Fruitvale
North Island Silvertips May 3-5 Nanaimo Ice Centre-Nanaimo
Okanagan Rockets April 11-14 Rutland Arena-Kelowna
South Island Royals May 3-5 Westhills Arena-Langford
Thompson Blazers April 12-14 Shaw Centre-Salmon Arm
Valley West Giants April 26-28 Langley Twin Rinks-Langley
Vancouver North East Chiefs May 9-12 8 Rinks-Burnaby
Vancouver North West Hawks May 3-5 North Shore Winter Club-North Vancouver

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Prospects Camp

The Prospects Camp is available to 16 and 17 year-old players with the exception of 15 year-old players from the Kootenay region who are also eligible to attend because the Kootenay zone will not have a Minor Midget League team for 15 year-old players.

The Prospects Camp will be limited to 96 forwards, 48 defencemen and 24 goaltenders A review process with an MML evaluation group will be conducted if capacity is reached prior to the camp. The group will determine which players will attend the camp.

Teams are eligible to submit a Residential Waiver request for a player during the camp.  The waiver, if accepted by the player, entitles the team to roster the player for the 2019-2020 season or invite the player to attend the team’s evaluation process. 

If a player does not attend the Prospects Camp, the player must meet the following requirements to be eligible to participate in a team’s evaluation:

  • The player’s home team must release the player from attending their evaluation process.
  • The player may only attend the evaluation process of teams who did not qualify for the playoffs in the previous season.

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