Midget AA in Cambridge!, News (Cambridge Minor Hockey)


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Mar 19, 2020 | Webmaster | 1728 views
Midget AA in Cambridge!
It is with great pleasure that CMHA announces a new addition to our Midget Rep program!  Starting in the 2020/21 season, CMHA will introduce a Midget AA team to our existing Midget Seeded and No Body Contact teams.  The intent of this additional team will be to provide another option for players looking further their hockey careers both within minor hockey and beyond.  The format of this program will follow that of a more traditional AAA program, with additional on and off ice training as compared to our other Midget programs.   Regular season play will be in the Alliance Midget seeded division, with a goal of competing against other OHF Midget AA teams in tournament play.

The overall goal of CMHA’s Midget programming is to provide a variety of options that meet the needs of our membership, allowing players and families to tryout for whichever option best suits their needs.  It is our goal to keep as many teenagers playing hockey as long as possible. 

CMHA is excited to have already received excellent coaching applications suitable for this team, however, we will be opening up the coaching application window from now until March 22nd.   While all applications will be reviewed, with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, interviews may not be granted. 

Finally, in order to support the complexities of adding this additional Midget team and to align with Alliance scheduling constraints, player registration will need to be finalized earlier than prior years.  While COVID-19 has caused significant impact to everyone, CMHA feels it is important to lean forward and prepare for the 2020/21 as best we can.   Please stay tuned for future coaching announcements and try-out registration notifications, the success of this team relies on sufficient players registering to support three Midget Rep teams. 

Coaching Application can be found here

Best regards,

Sean McGinnis
VP Travel, CMHA