This partnership with HockeyTV will see our league benefit from enhanced broadcasts that fans can look forward to in the near future. HockeyTech has proven that they are the industry leaders in streaming hockey at all levels.
WATERLOO, Ontario (PRWEB) October 15, 2020
HockeyTech and the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) have reached a multi-year renewal agreement to continue bring the league’s broadcasts to fans around the world on HockeyTV.
“The OJHL has been a fantastic partner of HockeyTech since 2012,” stated HockeyTech CEO Stu Siegel. “We’re looking forward to having them on HockeyTV to give their fans a chance to watch the games from a safe distance.”
The OJHL will continue broadcasting on the HockeyTV Elite Network, a group of broadcast partners that play elite hockey around North America and Europe. To date, HockeyTV has a library of over 100,000+ games including all OJHL regular season and playoff games since their arrival on HockeyTV in 2012.
"The OJHL is very pleased with our partnership with HockeyTV and we're proud to announce a multi-year extension," said OJHL Commissioner Marty Savoy. "This partnership with HockeyTV will see our league benefit from enhanced broadcasts that fans can look forward to in the near future. HockeyTech has proven that they are the industry leaders in streaming hockey at all levels.”
The 2020-2021 OJHL season is set to begin on October 30, 2020 pending regional health guidelines.
HockeyTech (hockeytech.com) is the worldwide leader in providing hockey-related technologies, analytics, and information services. HockeyTech was founded in 2012 by Stu Siegel, a technology entrepreneur, and former Florida Panthers (NHL) Managing Partner/CEO. HockeyTech has made six company acquisitions to date, integrating, and developing one-of-a-kind hockey-focused tools. HockeyTech’s brands have been Digitally Powering HockeyTM since 1998.
About the Ontario Junior Hockey League
The Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) is a Junior A ice hockey league in Ontario, Canada. It is under the supervision of the Ontario Hockey Association and the Canadian Junior Hockey League. The league dates back to 1954 as the Central Junior B Hockey League. The OJHL is comprised of 22 teams in 4 divisions.