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Pointstreak Completes Agreement with the Australian Ice Hockey Federation

Oct 02, 2009

Pointstreak Completes Agreement with the Australian Ice Hockey Federation

Toronto, ON Inc. and the Australian Ice Hockey Federation (Ice Hockey Australia- IHA) are pleased to announce they have reached a long term agreement that will see Pointstreak provide real-time scoring, official statistics and administrative services to Ice Hockey Australia.  In addition Pointstreak will provide Ice Hockey Australia with online registration service as well as website design and hosting through its content management system.  These services will be provided to the entire Australian hockey program as well as the Australian National Team and National Junior and Women’s teams. 

Scott Secord, President/CEO of Pointstreak commented, “We are extremely proud to have been selected by Ice Hockey Australia to provide these unique and valuable services to their member leagues, associations and national teams.  Ice Hockey Australia has elected to utilize Pointstreak’s complete sports management platform and combined together these services will provide business solutions to a large portion of the operations of Ice Hockey Australia.”

Igor Kuperman
, Pointstreak’s Vice President of European Operations commented, "We are extremely excited about our partnership with Ice Hockey Australia.  This agreement represents the first federation agreement outside of North America and Europe for Pointstreak.”

Don Rurak, President of Ice Hockey Australia, commented, "Ice Hockey Australia is extremely happy to have established a working relationship with Pointstreak as the software and service provider for Ice Hockey Australia’s Game Management Statistical, Online Member Registration and Website Design and Content Management Systems. 

After investigating Ice Hockey Australia’s needs with other companies, Ice Hockey Australia finally settled on reaching a working relationship with Pointstreak, as they possess the professional ability and integrity to provide the required technology to streamline our operations. These three systems are crucial to the ongoing management and administration required to contend with the future growth of ice hockey in Australia. The new quality of statistical information will be most beneficial to our fans, players, coaches and administrators long into the future.”

About Pointstreak:

Pointstreak provides technology driven sports management and business solutions designed to streamline operations while facilitating and enhancing the sport participant, fan and media experience.  Pointstreak's product line includes solutions for professional, collegiate, and junior sports leagues as well as for amateur and recreational sports leagues. Pointstreak's technology and products are designed to save sports organizations time, money, and effort and include solutions for statistics, online registration and website design and hosting. More information can be found on Pointstreak’s website at or

About Australian Ice Hockey Federation (Ice Hockey Australia - IHA):

The ice skating commenced in 1904 and the first organized ice hockey match took place in Adelaide, South Australia. The rink closed shortly thereafter and when it reopened in Melbourne, Victoria, the first international game took place between a team of sailors from the USS Baltimore Warship on the 12th July 1906. During the 1909 season, the first interstate series took place between the states of New South Wales and Victoria for the prestigious Goodall Cup. The Goodall Cup is stated to be the third oldest ice hockey trophy in the world still being competed for today. Australia joined the International Ice Hockey Federation in 1938. The country participated in the 1960 Squaw Valley Winter Olympics and attended their first World Championship in 1962.


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