Following a summer of strong growth, Coquitlam’s Drive Hockey is kicking off the hockey season with new service partners in Alberta, Colorado, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Rhode Island.
Drive Hockey Partners provide tracking services for hockey teams of any level, which includes game tracking, evaluations and combines, practice tracking, and player benchmarking.
The company’s mission is to advance hockey by making NHL Level Sensor technology affordable for amateur hockey, where cutting edge data can have the biggest impact on player development.
The Drive Hockey Tracking System uses advanced sensor technology to gather player performance data a rate of more than 3,000 data points per second and uses proprietary AI to create insightful analytics for players and coaches to improve player development and performance.
“I came across Drive Hockey and my first thought was why is not in every rink”, say Stavros Theodorakopoulos of Arete Sports Tech of Kingston, ON, when asked why he’s enthusiastic about Drive Hockey.
What excites Daniel Autenreith of Colorado’s RNK Hockey about Drive Hockey’s technology is “The ability to make such an impact on the way we teach and master the game of hockey.”
Infinite Hockey’s Joel Peterson of Camrose, AB agrees, saying “The huge potential of how these analytics can change the way we evaluate hockey at an amateur and minor hockey level and assist in helping hockey players grow and develop.”
The 2023/24 hockey season has now started for most leagues. Teams in Camrose and Red Deer areas of Alberta, North Eastern New Jersey, Breckenridge region of Colorado, Halifax Nova Scotia, Kingston Ontario, Long Island New York, Clear Lake and Woodbury Minnesota, and Rhode Island will soon be able to book tracking sessions using the Drive Hockey Tracking System.
These new markets expand Drive Hockey Tracking service now available in Vancouver, Calgary, the Niagara region, Ottawa, Brandon Manitoba, and Blaine Minnesota.