CALGARY, Alta. – The Canadian Women’s Hockey League is excited to announce a new partnership with PCSN.tv, which will provide audio streaming that will allow Calgary Inferno fans who can’t be at home games to listen to all the action from the arena live online.
Created by cousins Jeff and Marshall Stevenson of Winnipeg, Man., PCSN is a podcast sports network primarily focused on their shared passion for hockey. Their energy and enthusiasm for the sport will ensure listening to colour commentary and play-by-play of the Calgary Inferno’s home games at the WinSport Athletic & Ice Complex will be entertaining and exciting experiences for fans.
“We’re excited to have this opportunity with the CWHL to reach more fans and promote such a great sport,” PCSN co-founder Marshall Stevenson said. “Hockey fans are worldwide, and being able to provide them with play-by-play coverage is a dream come true.”
For the Canadian Women’s Hockey League, the addition of online audio streaming is further indication that the league – and the female game – continue to grow by leaps and bounds.
“The CWHL takes another step forward in helping our fans enjoy games in Calgary when they can’t be there in person, connecting them to the team in a new and fun way,” CWHL commissioner Brenda Andress said. “We are extremely excited as a league to offer audio streaming for the first time.”
Your first chance to listen live will be this weekend, when the Calgary Inferno take on the Toronto Furies in a three-game series, with the puck dropping at 7:45 p.m. MT tonight, Friday, Nov. 29; 2:45 p.m. MT tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 30 and 12 p.m. MT on Sunday, Dec. 1
The Canadian Women’s Hockey League is also streaming select regular season games across the league for viewing live online by The Streaming Sports Network Canada, a branch of iSi Global Webcasting. The Streaming Sports Network Canada has provided coverage in the past for the Clarkson Cup, the coveted trophy played for at the final tournament of the CWHL play-offs, and awarded annually to the team that wins the Canadian Women’s Hockey League championship.
Last year’s regular season results saw Boston take the lead, followed by Montreal, Brampton, Toronto and Calgary (then called the Alberta Hockey Club). The Boston Blades went on to win the 2013 Clarkson Cup, their first-ever CWHL title.
For more information on PCSN.tv, please visit http://pcsn.tv.
For more information on the Streaming Sports Network Canada, please visit www.SSNCanada.ca.
For CWHL media requests, please contact communications advisor Kristen Lipscombe at firstname.lastname@example.org or (403) 826-4819.
About the Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL)
The CWHL is the most premier, professionally run women's hockey league in the world. It enables elite female hockey players to pursue their dreams of competing at the highest level possible, while enhancing the lives of others through exceptional athleticism, entertainment and motivation. The league is centrally funded, with all participating teams in the CWHL receiving equal access to financial support and given the same opportunities to succeed. The CWHL is a not-for-profit organization, with every dollar going towards building a league that is dedicated to raising the profile of women's hockey, providing a place for the best female players in the world to compete and inspiring the next generation of female hockey heroines. Since the CWHL’s inception in 2007, each hockey season has culminated in an exciting play-off round in which the top teams face off for the Clarkson Cup, named after former Governor General of Canada Adrienne Clarkson.
For more information, please contact:
CWHL Commissioner Brenda Andress
(647) 278-6515 email@example.com