Friday, September 7, 2007

USHL and B2 Announces Season Pass

Today, the USHL and B2 Networks have announced the 2007-08 USHL Power Play Season Pass.

The package will be offered again this year (every game for your favorite team for $140) plus a couple new features, which sound quite interesting.

B2toGo Mobile Highlights, a new service offered to USHL fans this season, uses new revolutionary B2 Networks technology to provide fans with even greater access to their teams. The morning after each game, subscribers will get highlights of their favorite team in action delivered to their mobile phones and computers. The new technology allows fans the ability to catch any action they missed from the night before on their phones or computers anywhere around the globe.

"The season pass and the new B2toGo Mobile Highlights services offer USHL fans the ability to watch their favorite teams at an unprecedented level," stated Richard Brosal, B2 Networks Executive Vice President for Business Operations and Marketing. "We are extremely excited to unveil our new B2 Networks B2toGo technology, and we are confident that hockey fans will want to watch the exciting USHL action that features the stars of tomorrow, including four first round draft picks from the 2007 NHL Draft."
That could be a great idea, as just about everyone has cell phones these days. Hopefully there aren't any bugs that aren't worked out yet. The mobile package is offered for $40. Just an interesting little note, B2 is not offering the B2toGo service to the NAHL.

Jay Fifield (Tri-City) has committed to D-III's Gustavus Adolphus.

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