The Hockey Source offers Minor Hockey Solutions to Better the Game
Markham, Ontario August 24, 2004 — In response to the overwhelming demand for reliable information about minor hockey (also known as youth or amateur hockey), The Hockey Source recently launched its Web site
The Hockey Source interactive Web site provides education, expert advice, ‘how-to’ instruction, and a roster of valuable resources for not only those who play, but all people involved in minor hockey. The site focuses on providing reliable, unbiased, and realistic information in conjunction with the television show scheduled to begin airing in October of this year.
“The Hockey Source is a great resource for information, fun, entertainment and education for all of us who are interested in or involved in hockey, including fans, players, parents, executives, scouts and others,” states, renowned sports and entertainment lawyer, Gord Kirke.
With approximately 4.5 million hockey players, coaches, managers, officials, trainers, administrators and volunteers registered with Hockey Canada and approximately 700,000 registered with U.S.A. Hockey, the need for minor hockey information is evident. The Hockey Source seeks to fill this void by providing people of all ages and levels of interest valuable information that will help them make sound decisions and, most of all, have more fun!
“I want to better the game by bettering the people,” states Executive Producer and creator of The Hockey Source, Hockey-ology – The Ultimate Guide to Fun & Success in Minor Hockey expected to be released in September of this year.
In addition to the book, The Hockey Source offers two lines of products: Rink Mates, which is designed to help solve problems around the game of hockey; and Signature Series, which provides hockey-inspired apparel.