SAINT PAUL, Minn. -- Minnesota Hockey unveiled a completely redesigned website on June 9. The site can be found at www.minnesotahockey.org. The site was developed in partnership with TST MEDIA, a leading amateur sports media company based in Minneapolis.
"The new Minnesota Hockey website will significantly improve communication with our members," said Mike Snee, Executive Director with Minnesota Hockey. "All of our members -- a bantam coach in northern Minnesota, a mites coordinator in the Twin Cities or a 12U goalie in southern Minnesota -- will find value in the new site."
"The entire team at TST is extremely excited about the partnership with Minnesota Hockey," said Justin Kaufenberg, CEO TST MEDIA. "We view Minnesota Hockey as one of the nation's premier amateur sports governing bodies and we are proud to be providing them with a world-class online website and league management system."
The new site includes many new and exciting additions to the original site with plans to continually add to and enhance the site. Beginning with the 2009-10 season, members will be able to post photos, stories about their teams, game summaries, and much more to the site. Also, the ability for associations and districts to share information with the site will be much easier.
"Our partnership with Minnesota Hockey will provide benefits to all districts and associations," added Kaufenberg. "In addition, the many districts and associations that are currently TST clients as well can now have content flow seamlessly up and down stream throughout the Minnesota Hockey - TST Network."
"Many of the new features of the site were ideas from our members," added Snee. "We are excited to have our members visit the site and encourage them to let us know what they think."
Members can e-mail their feedback to email@example.com.
TST MEDIA are makers of professional level website, registration and league management tools for amateur sports organizations. Through its Team Sport Technologies division, the company serves organizations in all 50 states, every Canadian province, Asia, Europe, and Australia. For additional information please go to http://www.teamsporttech.com.
Minnesota Hockey, a USA Hockey affiliate, is the governing body of youth hockey in Minnesota. With over 60,000 registered players and coaches, it is the largest state governing body for hockey in the United States. For additional information on Minnesota Hockey and its programs please go to www.minnesotahockey.org.