Junior or Junior Ice Hockey is the designation given to athletes who play at the more elite levels of hockey in their teenage years. These players are generally between the ages of 16 and 20 years of age.What are the age levels in hockey?
Novice (Mite or H3/H4 or MAHG 3 and 4): under 9 years of age In some larger areas, Novice is broken up by age into Hockey 3 (H3) for 7-year-old players and Hockey 4 (H4) for 8-year-old players. Juvenile under 20 years of age, for players who want to remain in hockey at a minor hockey association level.What is a hockey uniform?
NHL uniform. Players in the National Hockey League wear equipment which allows their team affiliation to be easily identified, unifying the image of the team. Currently, NHL equipment consists of a hockey jersey, hockey pants, socks, gloves, and a helmet.What is a hockey official?
In ice hockey, an official is a person who has some responsibility in enforcing the rules and maintaining the order of the game.