The Maritime Major (U 18) Female Hockey League is a female U-18 Hockey league. The league plays under the sanction of Hockey Nova Scotia and Hockey Canada. Its' champion advances to the Atlantic Regional tournament qualifier for the Esso Cup.
During the 2020 off-season the league was going through the process of being renamed from the Nova Scotia Female Midget AAA Hockey League due to the league having several teams from outside of Nova Scotia and that Hockey Canada renamed the playing level to U-18.
The Cape Breton Panthers left the league after the completion of the 2019-20 season and the league announced plans to seek a replacement team for Cape Breton. On May 19th the league announced the addition of the Cape Breton Lynx to be based out of the Membertou Sport and Wellness Centre in Membertou, Nova Scotia which start play with the 2020-21 season which was also home of the Panthers organization.
|Cape Breton Lynx||Membertou, Nova Scotia||Membertou Sport and Wellness Center|
|Bussey Auto Brokers Penguins||Halifax Regional Municipality (Dartmouth)||RBC Centre|
|EDZA East Subaru Rockets||Moncton, New Brunswick||Avenir Centre|
|EDZA West Reds||Fredericton, New Brunswick||Aitken Centre, Tri-County Complex, Tantramar Veterans Memorial Civic Centre, and Willie O'Ree Place|
|Fundy Nationals||Miramichi and Quispamsis, New Brunswick||Lord Beaverbrook Arena & Quispamsis QPlex|
|(Halifax) Station Six Fire||Halifax Regional Municipality (Bedford)||BMO Centre Halifax|
|Northern Subway Selects||New Glasgow and Pictou, Nova Scotia||Hector Arena & Pictou County Wellness Centre|
- 2009 Metro Boston Pizza
- 2010 Metro Boston Pizza
- 2011 Metro Boston Pizza
- 2012 Metro Boston Pizza
- 2013 Metro Boston Pizza
- 2014 East Hants Penguins
- 2015 Metro Boston Pizza
- 2016 Metro Boston Pizza
- 2017 Northern Selects
- 2018 Northern Selects
- 2019 Halifax Fire
- 2020 Playoffs cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic
|Midget AAA Hockey in Canada|
|Mac's Midget AAA World Invitational Tournament - Richmond International Midget Hockey Tournament|