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  1. .... If you are 15 on 12/31, you're a 1st year u16 player, 16 on 12/31 and your a 2nd year u16 player You can technically...

    3 Answers · Sports · 26/12/2010

  2. ...next level up will always be there the following year. You can only play u16 once (well considering your age only once. 15 year Olds can play...

    4 Answers · Sports · 06/12/2014

  3. It depends entirely on the level of the U16 team to be honest.

    3 Answers · Sports · 17/04/2011

  4. Needham does have a youth hockey league along with Newton and pretty much every Massachusetts town. Here are links to both Newton and Needham youth hockey websites. Needham High also has a...

    3 Answers · Sports · 19/08/2010

  5. Hi, I'm former NHLer Igor Karpov

    1 Answers · Sports · 08/02/2011

  6. PARAGRAPHS......... USE THEM If this was just meant to list your accomplishments, awesome, success. Seeing as I don't think any of us are scouts (though LITY is a former scout...

    2 Answers · Sports · 27/01/2013

  7. this is such a stupid question..

    3 Answers · Sports · 04/07/2010

  8. The "A" grade is determined by the size of the city or town the team plays in. Usually AAA is the better division because they have way more players to choose from. If a "AA" team wins...

    1 Answers · Sports · 28/04/2012

  9. If I remember rightly, it depends on the date of birth, rather than age. So, if the cut-off date is, say, 1/1/xxxx, then someone under 16 on 1/1/xxxx qualifies, even if their birthday is on the second of January. If the cut-off date...

    3 Answers · Sports · 28/04/2012

  10. What's the point of having an under-16 if you already have an under-17? The skill level isn't all that much different.

    2 Answers · Sports · 03/01/2008

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