St. Jacobs, Ontario, Canada (December 28, 2022)

RinkNet, the worldwide leader in ice hockey data and The Prospect Exchange (TPE) a platform exclusively dedicated to ice hockey video breakdown and analysis announced today a groundbreaking partnership featuring the integration of each platform with the other. This integration empowers RinkNet customers who also utilize TPE to seamlessly access data and video of all prospects and teams. In addition to written reports,organizations can now provide a deeper and richer experience by adding data and video.

“RinkNet is very excited to announce this partnership with The Prospect Exchange”, said RinkNet CEO, Jim Price, “RinkNet strives to continually add valuable amenities for our clients and by integrating with The Prospects Exchange, the most advanced data and video analysis provider in hockey, we achieve this.”

“TPE has grown over the years and with the recent addition of a market-leading video breakdown and analytics platform, we are poised for incredible growth,” said Mark Yates, Vice President of Sales for The Prospect Exchange. “Staying core to our mission of focusing exclusively on ice hockey, our in-depth data and ever-growing video library compliments RinkNet’s features perfectly. Together we provide a very powerful tool to help improve the data and video while easing the workflow of hockey organizations, at all levels, world-wide.”

RinkNet has the richest and deepest player information database and league management software in the hockey industry and is utilized by over 4,000 hockey professionals which include National Hockey League teams, Canadian Hockey League, NCAA Colleges, USHL, NAHL, CJHL, BCHL, USPHL, International Federations and other junior hockey leagues across North America. 

Joint customers of RinkNet and TPE will have the ability to view all player or team data and video through the RinkNet platform. As a result, clients of TPE will have the added benefit of exposing their player’s data and video directly to the broadest possible audience– users of RinkNet.