The day has finally arrived. On May 1st, 2002, the Quebec International Pee-wee Hockey Tournament will drop the puck on the 62nd edition of the tournament. The Atlantic Hockey Federation is especially proud that a team of 18 players representing 13 AHF organizations will get a chance to compete in the most prestigious minor hockey tournament in the world. Over 1200 past and present NHL players have participated in this one-of-a-kind event over the past 62 years. This event is much more than a hockey tournament; it is a chance for players and families to enjoy all aspects of the incredible city of Quebec, as well as play against the best peewee age players in the world as 130 teams from 13 countries, will compete in the tournament. The team will be coached by Kim Weiss, assistant coach of NAHL Maryland Black Bears, and assistant coach Pat Choules, Director of Youth Hockey for Black Bear Sports Group, both are former college hockey players. Be sure to keep up with all the tournament action on the ice as well as the amazing activities away from the rink by following along on Atlantic Hockey Federations social media accounts, as there will be content posted daily.