Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League Partners With HEADCHECK Health to Improve Player Safety


Five-year partnership will see the junior hockey league utilize the HEADCHECK platform to prevent mismanaged concussions.

Ottawa, ON – The Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League (‘EOJHL’) and HEADCHECK Health, Inc. (‘HEADCHECK’), a leading tech-enabled provider of concussion protocol management, today announced a partnership making HEADCHECK the Concussion Technology Partner of the EOJHL.

Utilizing the HEADCHECK platform will provide the EOJHL with best-in-class tools for concussion reporting and management to minimize the risks associated with the mismanagement of concussions. 

“The EOJHL is proud to be working with the good people at HEADCHECK,” said EOJHL Commissioner Marc Franche. “They are industry leaders as they provide all our team’s medical staff with a user-friendly system to help track and monitor our athletes.”

HEADCHECK has been built by feedback from medical professionals at more than 3,000 sports organizations over the past nine years of partnerships throughout all levels of sport, including Major League Soccer, the Canadian Football League, the Alberta Female Hockey League, and USA Cycling.

“We’re very excited about our partnership with the EOJHL,” said HEADCHECK CEO Harrison Brown. “We have a long history in junior hockey and it’s very encouraging to see the commitment the EOJHL and their medical staff are showing to the safety of their athletes.”


The Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League was originally founded in 1966. This 16 team league spans from the Ontario/Quebec border well into the Ottawa valley. The league has a rich history in providing a quality, small town hockey experience to all its players.

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