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2015 Toyota-USA Hockey National Championships Underway

By USAHockey.com, 03/19/15, 7:30AM MDT

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High school varsity tournament in St. Louis opens slate of championships

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The 2015 Toyota-USA Hockey National Championships commence Thursday (March 19) in St. Louis, Missouri, with the high school varsity tournament taking center stage.

In all, some 40 national champions will be crowned at the sled, youth, girls, high school, junior, adult and women's levels in 11 cities across the United States between now and early May.

USA Hockey, in conjunction with FASTHockey, will be streaming all the action. Games are available live and on-demand by visiting USAHockey.FASTHockey.com and creating a free account. In addition, games will be available for purchase on DVD following the tournament by visiting USAHockey.FASTHockey.com.

Also of note this year is the Toyota-USA Hockey National Championships app. Available for both Apple and Android devices, the app provides unprecedented access to news, scores and schedules, as well as photos and videos from fellow participants in the app social stream.

In addition to streaming and mobile coverage, USA Hockey will provide scoring, stats, standings and photos from each of the games on USAHockey.com. Fans can follow all of the action from each tournament on Twitter at @USAHNationals.

Notes: The 2015 USA Hockey Adult National Championships, sponsored by Labatt Blue, begin in April for men and women. A USA Hockey Adult National Championships app, powered by Labatt Blue, is available for download on Apple and Android devices, providing news, scores and schedules, as well as photos and videos from fellow participants in the app social stream.


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