We're extremely pleased to be working with FASTHockey
Brookline, Mass. (PRWEB) March 17, 2009
FASTHockey (http://www.FASTHockey.com), the premier on-line destination to see live streaming video of amateur ice hockey games from across North America, announced today that it will provide live, streaming online coverage of the upcoming USA Hockey National Championships.
The schedule of live streaming action is slated to include up to 580 games from six venues across the United States. The games will be broadcast live from the following venues and game archives will be available for on-demand viewing after the tournament. The complete lineup of coverage is as follows:
- 12 & Under from Indian Trail, N.C. - April 1-5
- 14 & Under from Plano, Texas - April 1-5
- 16 & Under from Chesterfield, Mo. - April 1-5
- 18 & Under from Pittsburgh, Pa. - April 1-5
- Junior A, B, & C from Marlborough, Mass. - March 27-31
- Girls U-12 through U-19 from Rochester, N.Y. - April 1-5
- Women's Senior A, B, C and 30 & Over from Rochester, N.Y. - March 27-29
"We're extremely pleased to be working with FASTHockey," said Mike Bertsch, USA Hockey's assistant executive director for marketing and communications. "Never before have we had this broad of coverage of our national championships available."
Fans who want to watch games from any site can log in to FASTHockey at: http://video.fasthockey.com and select the "Live Games" tab. The games will be broadcast using one of two leading technologies ─ Adobe's popular Flash player and Microsoft's powerful Silverlight player.
"FASTHockey is the only online destination bringing major amateur hockey events such as the USA Hockey Nationals to fans all over North America," said Marc Ruskin, President of FASTHockey. "The extension of our relationship with USA Hockey demonstrates the value FASTHockey delivers to fans and organizations alike."
FASTHockey (http://www.fasthockey.com) is the premier on-line destination to see live streaming video of amateur ice hockey games from across North America. The feature rich platform is frequented by scouts, recruiters, coaches, players, parents, and fans from around the world. Hockey fans can not only see live and archived games, but also build robust profiles, research and track teams, get updates on recent scores & news, and monitor college commitments.