If you’re looking for legitimate resources about junior hockey to supplement articles you’ve read here, check out the following Web sites. (A few of these sites may not have recent posts, but the articles are still worth a read.)
- Bourne’s Blog
- Canadian Hockey League (CHL)
- Junior Hockey Book & Junior Hockey Truth
- Navigating Junior Hockey
- The World of Junior Hockey
- OHL | QMHJL | WHL
And for those of you interested in NCAA, as many Canadian players are:
And for those who are wondering about the major junior (OHL, BCHL, WHL) route and Canadian university education:
- CBC | “After six junior teams, nine billet families and a myriad of injuries . . . ” by Mark Lee, CBC Sports
- The Score | “My experience with the choice between major junior and college hockey,” by Justin Bourne
- U Sports | CanadaWest, OUA, RSEQ, and AUS
- Government of Canada |Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs)
The Ottawa Senators AAA Hockey Association published an informative ODHA article “Minor Midget Hockey: What’s in the Future for Me?” about options available post-midget years.
Want to know the truth about junior hockey? Read Junior Hockey Book, by Nick Olynyk.