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2013-11-29 23:03:14

HockeyTech and HockeyNow create an alliance to share cutting edge information on amateur junior hockey players. HockeyNow will publish HockeyTech’s monthly ISS Top 30, as well as regionally focused intelligence from HockeyTech’s vast repository of hockey player data. Guelph, Ontario (PRWEB) November 29, 2013 HockeyTech and HockeyNow have created a unique media content alliance to share cutting edge information on amateur junior hockey players. Below are certain aspects of this new...

2013-11-18 23:22:54

After the recent acquisitions of RinkNet, ISS Hockey and NEXT Testing, former Florida Panthers CEO/Managing Partner Stu Siegel has combined the businesses under a single new company called HockeyTech. HockeyTech stands as a worldwide leader in providing hockey-related technologies, analytics and information services. Guelph, Ontario (PRWEB) November 18, 2013 Siegel Enterprises announces the formation of HockeyTech Inc., combining the businesses of its recent acquisitions of RinkNet...

2013-11-03 23:02:11

The new Polar H7 Team Bundle can improve player management for hockey coaches significantly and for a low cost, says the Heart Rate Watch Company. Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) November 03, 2013 Polar H7 Team Bundle allows a coach to monitor the heart rate of every player on the ice and on the bench live, in real-time, on an iPad according to the Heart Rate Watch Company. "Never before has a hockey coach been able to see exactly how his player's are doing in real-time for such a low...

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