How much does it cost to play a hockey? Global News had a look at the price of playing A or AA level hockey in the Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL). In order to play in the GTHL, the biggest minor league in the world, it will cost the average player approximately $5,500 per season. Here is the breakdown: $3,500 season hockey fee.
Is AA or AAA hockey better? At each youth hockey age group, there are three distinct classifications: B/BB, A/AA and AAA. B or BB (House) is a recreational level with the following requirements. A or AA (Tier 2) is a competitive level with the following requirements. AAA (Tier 1) is a competitive level with the following requirements.
What are the age groups for hockey?
- Pre-MAHG or Mini-MAHG (4 Years of age)
- Pre-Novice 1 (5 Years of age): MAHG 1.
- Pre-Novice 2 (6 Years of age): MAHG 2.
- Novice (Ages 7 – 8): N4 -N3 – N2 – N1.
- Atom (Ages 9 – 10): C – B – A – BB – AA.
What age is junior hockey? Junior hockey is a level of competitive ice hockey generally for players between 16 and 21 years of age. Junior hockey leagues in the United States and Canada are considered amateur (with some exceptions) and operate within regions of each country.