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CJHL and FASTHockey Partner for Prospects Game

January 14, 2015

 

Annual game of CJHL’s top prospects to be featured on FASTHockey

 

CALGARY, Alberta (January 14, 2015) – The Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) and FASTHockey have announced that they will partner for the 2014 – 2015 CJHL Prospects Game, which will be hosted at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex in Oakville, Ont., on January 20, 2015. 

 

FASTHockey will webcast the CJHL Prospects Game free of charge which can be seen on www.fasthockey.com as well as on FASTHockey’s Roku and Google TV channels and through their iOS and Android apps. The broadcast is scheduled to start at 7:30 pm EST.  FASTHockey will also sponsor the game with much needed support.

“FASTHockey is thrilled to partner with the CJHL and have a small part in this wonderful event,” said Marc Ruskin, FASTHockey’s founder. “Not only is it important to showcase this talent to fans across the globe, it is of even greater importance to be able to contribute, in some small way, to junior hockey and development of players at this level.”

The CJHL Prospects Game is one of the premier Junior A hockey events in the country and provides tremendous exposure for the top CJHL prospects to play in front of scouts from all over the hockey world – including the NHL, NCAA, CHL and Canadian universities and colleges.

“We are extremely happy to have FASTHockey come on board as a web broadcasting partner of the CJHL Prospects Game,” said CJHL Executive Director Rick Morocco. “Our goal is to provide the game and players with as much exposure as possible and showcase to the fans across the country the best CJHL prospects playing in a highly competitive game at no cost.”