FloSports has announced a multi-year partnership with the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) to stream every regular season and postseason event hosted by a CCHA member school live and on-demand on FloHockey. This deal will go into effect with the 2021-2022 season.
The partnership will provide streaming coverage of 150 regular-season games, including all 84 regular-season match-ups between the seven CCHA member institutions, Bemidji State University, Bowling Green State University, Ferris State University, Lake Superior State University, Michigan Technological University, Minnesota State University, and Northern Michigan University
“We are incredibly enthused to announce this partnership with FloSports. Fans of the CCHA schools are already familiar with FloSports and this allows us to continue to build on that relationship,” said Dr. Morris Kurtz, an athletics and hockey consultant for the CCHA member schools. “I have enjoyed working with these schools as they continue to check-off a number of significant milestone accomplishments that are setting them up for a very exciting future as a powerhouse in collegiate hockey.”
“It’s great to step in as the new leader and have this relationship already in place,” said new CCHA Commissioner Don Lucia. “I have obviously been around college hockey for a long time and I am extremely impressed with what FloSports has done to elevate and promote the game by making it more accessible to our fan base throughout the season. I look forward to working with them in my new role as CCHA Commissioner and I am confident we can continue to grow together as we progress towards launching league play 16 months from now.”
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