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Programs & skill categories

For parents looking to place their children in organized hockey it is important to know the levels of hockey that youths can play at.  In a hockey friendly country like Canada, children typically start playing organized hockey at age five. 

Quebec house leagues are labeled C, B, A.

 

Competitive teams are urbanly known as the "double letters" and are labeled as BB, AA (Atom through Midget Levels), and AAA (urbanly considered as triple-A and higher than the double letters). AAA teams in Quebec only occur from categories Pee-Wee through Junior. The Midget category offers the 'Espoir' Level (primarily 15-year-olds) and falls between AA and AAA distinction. The following are the Levels currently played in the Province of Quebec, as sanctioned by Hockey Quebec:

Pre-Novice 1 (5 Years of age): MAHG 1

Pre-Novice 2 (6 Years of age): MAHG 2

Novice (Ages 7 – 8): C – B – A

Atom (Ages 9 – 10): C – B – A – BB – AA

Pee-Wee (Ages 11 – 12): C – B – A – BB – AA – AAA

Bantam (Ages 13 – 14): B – A – BB – AA – AAA

Midget (Ages 15 – 17): B – A – BB – AA – AAA

Junior (Ages 18 – 21): B – A – BB – AA