PowerScoutHockey.com Launches YouTube Promo Video 'Moneyball of NHL Hockey'

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A Canadian company that provides innovative NHL hockey stats has launched their new YouTube video to provide a 40 second overview of their website's main features. It compares its system to the movie 'Moneyball' because the website provides hockey fans with a new way to evaluate players using statistics proven to contribute to help their team win games. The short video can be viewed at: http://tinyurl.com/7syjhxw

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Point Shares is the ultimate player rating system measuring NHL players on only one thing: how they contribute to help their teams win hockey games.

To provide fans, sports journalists and team professionals with a quick overview of their main website features, PowerScoutHockey.com has released a short 40 second promotional video titled 'PowerScout Hockey: The Moneyball of NHL Hockey Fuels The Passion of Fans.'

The video features the website's real-time game analysis, most advanced player stats and claims to provide the truth about why teams win based on PowerScout's Point Shares system. Point Shares is a system which is not unlike how overlooked stats were used in the movie Moneyball starring Brad Pitt.

To create the Point Shares system, the company's co-founder Terry Appleby spent more than 13 years researching NHL Statistics by evaluating over 14,000 NHL hockey games, 11,000 NHL hockey players and 28,000 NHL goaltender performances to discover that there are 12 important measurable player skills that help teams win.

The innovative and fast pace video features the company's website as providing hockey fans with the ultimate NHL toolkit and offers viewers a free membership where members get up to 15% off NHL tickets. It can be viewed on YouTube via the following link: http://tinyurl.com/7syjhxw

For radio, TV, print or blog interviews, contact:
Marc Appleby
President
PowerScout Sports, Inc.
Tel: 819-459-2745
Email: media(at)powerscouthockey.com

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