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Major Midget AAA vs. Junior C: Where Next?
Submitted By Caroline Vallee on Monday, July 24, 2017
Major Midget AAA vs. Junior C: Where Next?

It’s going to become a more difficult question with the new OHL U18 Draft in place. Where do you go following your Minor Midget ‘AAA’ season? We’ll assume Junior B or A is the first answer. But if that doesn’t work out, where next? For many, at least locally, the answer has always been, Junior C, and if that doesn’t work out, families are left deciding whether to make the drive to Windsor or Sarnia for Major Midget ‘AAA’, or watch their son take a developmental step back to ‘AA’.

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