Both the U18 and U16 AAA leagues in Nova Scotia took advantage of GameSheet’s digital scoring technology this past season. The adoption was easy and smooth, with all teams jumping on board back in October for their first exhibition games. GameSheet worked with RYNA Hockey to provide scoring and website services for the leagues. A combination that worked very well for GameSheet, RYNA and the Leagues.
Norman Thompson, an executive from the league commented in March “I have been impressed with GameSheet since I first was introduced to the App. The iPad app is easy to use and covers everything a timekeeper needs to know. I have had no complaints from anyone who has used it. To be able to do away with handwritten game sheets and taking pictures of game sheets that were send to me, and not being able to read them is great.”
Almost 150 games were played in the “Stay The Blazes Home’ Covid Season between both leagues. Jacob Newcombe from Halifax McDonalds led the U18’s in points with 57 in 36 games, followed closely by Kian Bell from the Steele Subaru with 54 points in 35 games. On the U16 side Zachary Jenkins from ChiroCare Kings led the way with 57 points in just 32 games.
For Goalies who played 15 or more games, Kenneth Fisher (U16) also from the ChiroCare Kings led the way with a stellar 1.60 GAA and Connor Blackwood led the U18 league with a 1.95 GAA.
The complete scores and stats are available here:
For more information about using the GameSheet system, and it’s integration with RYNA Hockey website services reach out to [email protected]