Calgary, AB – The Canadian Hockey League and MRX today announced the launch of 63 new league and team websites specifically designed for viewing the CHL Network on mobile devices.

CHL team websites in addition to league sites including,,, and have been specifically developed by MRX, the CHL’s official web host and developer, for mobile devices and provide fans the opportunity to get the latest news, schedules, scores, standings, rosters, and media in a clean and easy to navigate platform compatible with a variety of handheld devices.

To visit any of the CHL Network’s mobile sites, simply enter the league or team website address into a mobile browser and when prompted select the option to view the mobile version of the site.  For quick access directly to a mobile site, place an “m” before the standard website address for your desired destination (for example ).

The CHL Network’s mobile sites work optimally with I-Phone, Android, and Blackberry devices on OS 6 or 7.  In addition, MRX has also developed a new HTML 5 video player for all CHL websites for use on all tablet and smartphone platforms.

The launch of the mobile websites compliment the CHL Network which was developed by MRX and launched in September, 2010, making it the largest Canadian sports online network.

About MRX
MRX is a diverse and experienced digital sports marketing, media, and content management company. Uniquely Canadian, MRX is an industry leader in Content Management, technology and Strategy. MRX works with numerous high profile sports industry clients.

About The Canadian Hockey League
The Canadian Hockey League is the world’s largest development hockey league with 51 Canadian and eight American teams participating in the Ontario Hockey League, Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and Western Hockey League. CHL players graduate from high school at a rate higher than the Canadian national average. Last season, more than nine million fans attended CHL games in the regular season, playoffs and at the MasterCard Memorial Cup. The CHL supplies more players to the National Hockey League than any other league.  Last season 636 graduates attended North American post-secondary institutions on scholarships from CHL teams.