As I began work today, I came across this announcement on the blog Nuck’s Misconducts, a fan site for the Vancouver Canucks hockey team: “Yesterday casual had a recommendation about creating a hockey search engine…”
Create a hockey search engine? Why? The First Rule of Vertical Search Engines is that there already exists a search engine for everything, and most likely more than one. Skeptical?
So. Much. Tech.
Some of the biggest names in tech are coming to TNW Conference in Amsterdam this May.
Check these out:
WiredHOCKEY – “If it is relevant to hockey, you will find it here.”
Hockey’s Future – “The #1 Online prospects resource.”
Total Hockey – “Ice Hockey Equipment Retailer”
Absolut Hockey – “The Hockey Search Engine.”
TicketSizzle – New ticket search engine has hockey tickets.
eurohockey.net – “The whole of European ice hockey together on one site.”
Eccellio sports helps you find everything about the exciting world of sports.
But this has got to be my favorite one:
Break Video’s search page for hockey fights!
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