The Alberta Junior Hockey League has come to an official partnership agreement with InStat Hockey on a two-year deal through the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 seasons.
InStat is used by league and federation offices, coaches, scouts and management as a data and communication tool assisting in coaching processes, player development, statistical analysis and video scouting. At the team level, coaches and players can receive detailed game-by-game analytical reports, player shifts, and emailed web links all corresponding to data-specific video.
With InStat, coaches will receive team statistics and individual player data for each game, including time on ice, shots, scoring chances, faceoffs, hits, saves, and more advanced stats such as CORSI and xG. The league and its teams will also have the ability to use the video of teams and players from various professional, collegiate, junior and youth programs worldwide, for the purpose of scouting and player development.
“The AJHL is a high quality league with a history of promoting players to the next level and beyond, and we are excited to be working with them for the next two years. Our partnership with the AJHL means InStat has the privilege of helping their organizations in coaching, player development and adding an extra element to the promotion of their players to the levels above,” Mark Yates, InStat’s director of North America, said.
InStat Sport, founded in 2007, is a leading provider of performance analysis services in football/soccer, basketball and ice hockey. Ice hockey clients of InStat range from the top North American and European professional, collegiate, junior and youth hockey leagues and teams in both men’s and women’s hockey. For more information regarding the InStat platform and range of services, visit www.instatsport.com.