Midget AAA or High School Hockey?

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    David

    Which one is better for competition, development, and exposure for college?

    Midget 16uAAA hockey or public high school varsity hockey?

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    gordon

    Aaa.not even close….you can usually do both..

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    Vibrators

    Higher-skilled players will typically play on “representative” or “travel” teams that will travel to play representative (rep) teams from other areas. These teams are classified by skill. Not all cities will have teams at all skill levels, depending on size and the popularity of hockey, however even small communities may field teams at multiple levels. (For example: Orillia, Ontario, with a population of 30,000, has four distinct skill divisions for 7-year-olds.) The classifications are typically not certified by any external organization, so there is speculation about what levels are truly better or stronger than others. AAA, AA, and A hockey are nationally recognized as competitive levels of organized hockey, with AAA being elite competition.

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