Off the Ice and On the Internet
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[Toronto, CANADA] If the on-ice exploits of overpaid and pampered major league hockey players have you turning to curling, why not pay a visit to MyHockeyStats.com. Launched by My Hockey Years Inc., the new site enables amateur hockey players and enthusiasts to track their personal progress online and in real-time.
Interactive and the first of its kind on the Internet, MyHockeyStats.com offers hockey players of all ages and levels, male and female, a place where they can record their personal stats on the Internet free of charge. Friends, family and teammates can also track the progress of young hockey players. Such participation could very well compel people to attend amateur games of all levels and help foster closer community ties. And amateur players having a presence on MyHockeyStats.com will have invaluable exposure to scouts from around the world.
The site also features a personal player profile, a team profile, an arena locator and interesting hockey links that provide valuable resources for any hockey player. Visitors to the site can also utilize a drawing board, called a Hockeypad, which is another distinct tool that can help players and coaches strategize game plays.
Players who register can win prizes, such as new skates and NHL hockey tickets, for participation. Awards will be given to the player at each level with the most points at the end of the year. All players from every level, including AAA, AA, A, select, high school and house league can benefit from the site.