BC Major Midget League

The BC Major Midget League beats all others for 15, 16 and 17 year olds within the province. Watch the video below and see the info lower in this page for the team in your zone.

Created in 2004 and growing ever since, the BC Major Midget League has become a recruiting haven for BCHL and WHL teams (and for the Western Hockey League Draft) on the West Coast.

Players wishing to tryout for a team should know that the province is divided up into “zones” and that each player can only tryout in the zone for his region. (Zones are listed below.)

BC Midget AAA

BC Midget AAA hockey is an excellent way for players to get noticed by junior clubs. It is also a viable and growing alternative to British Columbia’s highly developed Junior B leagues (VIJHL, PJHL, KIJHL). A great benefit to playing BC Midget AAA is that players are also scouted against players their own age and not older players like they would in Junior B.

On the other hand, playing at the junior level when 16 or 17–it’s argued–can help a player develop faster. Today, both routes are still solid options. Check the link in the more info section below for more details.

Nicknames: BCMMHL, BC Major Midget League, BC Midget AAA

Usual Training Camp, Tryout Dates: August 8 – 11.

Draft: No

Protected List: None

How old do you have to be to play? Players in this league range from 15 – 17.

Schedule: 40 games

Teams: 11

  • Cariboo Cougars
  • Fraser Valley Thunderbirds
  • Greater Vancouver Canadians
  • Kootenay Ice
  • North Island Silvertips
  • Okanagan Rockets
  • South Island Royals
  • Thompson Blazers
  • Valley West Hawks
  • Vancouver North East Chiefs
  • Vancouver North West Giants

Tryout Zones:

  • Kootenay Zone (Kootenay Ice): Beaver Valley, Castlegar, Cranbrook, Creston, Elkford, Fernie, Golden, Grand Forks, Invermere, Kaslo, Kimberley, Midway, Nakusp, Nelson, Trail, Windermere Valley
  • North Central Zone (Cariboo Cougars): Mackenzie, McBride, Quesnel, Prince George, Valemount, Williams Lake, 100 Mile House
  • North West Zone (Cariboo Cougars) Burns Lake, Fort St. James, Fraser Lake, Hazelton, Houston, Kitimat, Prince Rupert, Smithers, Stewart, Terrace, Vanderhoof
  • North East / Yukon Zone (Cariboo Cougars): Chetwynd, Clearview, Dawson Creek, Fort Nelson, Fort St. John, Hudson Hope, Tumbler Ridge, Yukon
  • North Okanagan Zone (Thompson Blazers):< Ashcroft, Chase, Clearwater, Kamloops, Lillooet, Logan Lake, Merritt, Revelstoke, North Okanagan (Armstrong/Enderby), Salmon Arm, Sicamous
  • South Okanagan Zone (Okanagan Rockets): Kelowna, Lumby, Penticton, Princeton, South Okanagan (Oliver, Osoyoos), Summerland, Vernon, Winfield, Westside
  • North Island Zone (North Island Silvertips): Campbell River, Comox Valley, Gold River, Nanaimo, Oceanside, Port Alberni, Powell River, Tri Port (Port Alice, Port McNeill, Port Hardy)
  • South Island Zone (South Island Royals): Cowichan Valley, Juan de Fuca, Lake Cowichan, Peninsula, Saanich, Sooke, Victoria, Victoria Racquet Club
  • Vancouver Centre Zone (Greater Vancouver Canadians): Arbutus Club, Richmond, Seafair, North Delta, South Delta, Vancouver, Vancouver Thunderbirds
  • Vancouver North East Zone (Vancouver North East Chiefs): Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Ridge Meadows
  • Vancouver North West Zone (Vancouver North West Giants): Burnaby Minor, Burnaby Winter Club, Hollyburn Country Club, North Vancouver, North Shore Winter Club, Squamish, Sunshine Coast, West Vancouver, Whistler, New Westminster
  • Vancouver South East Zone (Fraser Valley Thunderbirds): Abbotsford, Hope, Chilliwack, Mission, Aldergrove
  • Vancouver South West Zone (Valley West Hawks): Cloverdale, Langley, Semiahmoo, Surrey

League Champ: Vancouver North West Giants

Province(s): British Columbia

National Rep Region: Pacific

 

More Details: BC Major Midget League page

 

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