SOURCE: Youth1 Media

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April 18, 2011 14:29 ET

Youth1 Media's SuperSeries Announces Executive Board

MONTCLAIR, NJ--(Marketwire - Apr 18, 2011) - (Youth1) - Youth1 Media, LLC, the most trusted brand in youth sports and the operator of the SuperSeries hockey tournaments, has announced the SuperSeries executive board.

"With the incredible growth that the SuperSeries has experienced, it was important that we put together a board that is second to none in order to help advise on decisions that will help enhance the SuperSeries," says Youth1 Media CEO Jeremy Dallow.

SuperSeries Executive Board:

Jeff Brown

Jordan French

Stu Barnes

Michael Peca

Angelo Ricci

Adam Foote

Mike DeAngelis

Keith Primeau

Marty McInnis

Keith Rowe

Jeremy Dallow

Dan Pouliot

Brown, Barnes, Peca, Foote, Primeau and McInnis are all former NHL players, as are host team coaches Al MacInnis of the St. Louis Blues and Tony Amonte of the South Shore Kings, and with a mission to create competitive, cost effective and NOT cost prohibitive hockey, Dallow sees the interest and passion in the SuperSeries from former pros as proof that the concept is important to the world of Youth Sports.

About Youth1 Media: Youth1 is the definitive youth sports brand, uniting the youth sports world with news, information and media. With unique content and access to youth sports directors, coaches and players, Youth1 offers news, features, profiles and multi-media that makes it THE most trusted online destination for everything youth sports. For more information visit youth1.com.

About SuperSeries: Founded by Jeff Brown of the St. Louis Blues and Dan Pouliot of the Dallas Stars Elite, SuperSeries is the fastest-growing tournament series in youth hockey. The SuperSeries' goal is to ensure that youth hockey teams, which frequently travel long distances for quality competition, can attend tournaments with superior competition relative to expenses and ensure that the competition brings out the best in each and every athlete. SuperSeries is the fastest-growing tournament series in youth hockey.

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