“Are there things you can suggest for helping to manage my child’s team?” This is one of the most frequently asked questions I receive from Canadian Hockey Moms, and from Hockey Moms across the world. This year, Hockey Moms will have one more excellent tool to help keep organized and keep communication flowing, two of the most important jobs of the team manager.
I am super excited to be helping Club Hockey Canada launch TeamHub, a 100% FREE online team management tool that has been developed and supported by Hockey Canada. Online or on-the-move, TeamHub can be used this season to communicate with hockey teams, manage rosters, create and share team schedules, and much more. And did I mention it is FREE?
Here is what people are saying about TeamHub:
“TeamHub further demonstrates Hockey Canada’s commitment to grassroots hockey by giving minor hockey teams an easy-to use, free tool to organize themselves, providing the ability to focus on the game, not the administration. Offering TeamHub to teams for free is a big cost savings for many teams out there and a great way to help lower the cost associated with the sport.” – Melody Davidson General Manager, Hockey Canada’s National Women’s Team Programs
“Canadians are talking and we are listening by doing what we can to make hockey accessible to everyone. Through Club Hockey Canada, we extend exclusive discounts to registered hockey participants, direct opportunities to lower the cost of hockey registration and various other hockey expenses, and with the addition of TeamHub, we provide a free online team management tool to make hockey life easier for team managers and coaches.” Bob Nicholson, President and CEO of Hockey Canada.
Be sure to check out more information on TeamHub HERE today. And please, pass the information along to others who can use it (like your association’s executive, coaches, anyone you think could benefit from using TeamHub).
Then, stay tuned for more information on contests, prizes, and TeamHub updates.
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Until next time, happy hockey!