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08-30-2010, 01:34 PM
Beer League Cooler
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Can someone explain the different levels of hockey leagues?

I just got into playing hockey about a year ago with a local adult development program. Then about 3 months ago I joined a leisure league team which has been great. However, as I've been researching various leagues in my area I always see the different levels listed (AA, A, B, C1, C2, C3, H1, etc). I understand the basics that an "A" league has better players than a "B" league which has better players than "C" etc. However, is there a more definitive criteria as to the level of play at each level. For example how does C1 differ from C2 etc. Does the level vary if its a check vs no check league.

Any insight anyone can offer would be appreciated.

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