Catch all of the Second Round Action at www.aol.ca/nhlplayoffs
TORONTO, April 30 /CNW/ - Miss last night's playoff game? Want to see the
winning goal, but don't want to wait for the newscast? Close your office door
and turn on your computer, because AOL Canada has launched its full-featured
NHL hockey playoffs 2007 microsite that helps fans get closer to the action
for free through expert commentary and playoff game video playback on its
Canadian portal: AOL.ca.
The microsite is sponsored by Sea-Doo watercraft and SportBoats and
features a packed roster of NHL playoff action including video highlights of
each game, video clips of classic games, expert blog analysis and predictions
from the CBC's Scott Morrison and Sportsnet.ca's Alan Adams, stat tracking,
updated player information and interactive trivia games.
"We know Canadian hockey fans don't just watch the games on TV. They want
to be constantly engaged in the action, read insightful commentary and watch
playoff highlights throughout the day," says Jennifer Bradley Reid, Senior
Director, Programming and Product, AOL Canada. "This interactive, online
destination puts the control back in the hands of hockey fans to get a playoff
fix whenever and where ever they want, even while at work."
"With the quest for the Stanley Cup heating up, the NHL fan's thirst for
news and commentary on the Playoffs is at an all-time high," said Keith
Ritter, President, NHL Interactive CyberEnterprises. "AOL Canada is meeting
our fans at a new and convenient location on the web while providing
compelling content to keep them up to speed on all the exciting Stanley Cup
About AOL Canada Inc.
AOL Canada Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of AOL LLC, the world's
leader in interactive services, web brands, internet technologies and
e-commerce services. AOL Canada helps people get more out of their internet by
enhancing the scope of what they can do online, offering a host of services
customized for the Canadian audience and content relevant to their daily
lives. For more information, visit: www.aol.ca.
For further information:
For further information: Laura Watton, Environics Communications for AOL
Canada, Ph: (416) 969-2766, firstname.lastname@example.org