FASTHockey to steam over 100 CSSHL games

Canadian Sport School Hockey League partners with FASTHockey to web stream games

The Canadian Sport School Hockey League (CSSHL) announced a partnership with FASTHockey that will provide viewers the chance to watch over 100 regular season CSSHL games live on

The partnership includes over 100 regular season CSSHL games covering all six divisions in addition to coverage of the 2016 CSSHL Championships.

“After the tremendous job FASTHockey did during the 2015 CSSHL Championships, we are extremely excited to expand our coverage with them into the 2015-16 regular season,” said CSSHL manager of media and communications Tyson Giuriato in a statement. “All of our divisions will be showcased at least once, providing families from all over the world the ability to tune in and watch.”

FASTHockey is the world’s premier digital media partner for ice hockey national governing bodies, leagues, teams, and events, broadcasting tens of thousands of games annually.

“We are very excited to have the CSSHL on the FASTHockey platform this season,” said FASTHockey product manager Tim Claus. “We look forward to providing our fans live coverage of select CSSHL events.”

A one month pass to all FASTHockey content is priced at $26.00, while a year pass to all FASTHockey content is $22.99 per month. DVD’s of all broadcasts will be made available for $19.00 each, plus shipping and handling.


CSSHL Regular Season FASTHockey Schedule:

Sept. 24-27, 2015: Elite 15s Division Showcase in Penticton, BC

Oct. 2-4, 2015: Midget Varsity Division Showcase Vernon, BC

Nov. 6-8, 2015: Bantam Prep Division Showcase in Abbotsford, BC

Nov. 13-15, 2015: Female Division Showcase in Penticton, BC

Nov. 20- 22, 2015: Midget Prep Division Showcase in Abbotsford, BC

Jan. 15-17. 2016: Midget Prep Division Showcase in Penticton, BC

Feb. 19-21, 2016: Bantam Prep Division Showcase in Vernon, BC

Feb. 19-21, 2016: Bantam Varsity Division Showcase in Penticton, BC



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