The Rink Live signs Team USA goaltender Maddie Rooney as brand ambassador

Goalie Maddie Rooney of Team USA is one of five athletes joining The Rink Live team as the website expands its efforts to provide comprehensive hockey news at all levels of the game. Rooney backstopped the U.S. to the 2018 Olympic gold medal.

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Maddie Rooney, The Rink Live Athlete
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Goalie Maddie Rooney backstopped the U.S. to the 2018 Olympic gold medal

Forum Communications announced Monday that it is partnering with athletes to expand The Rink Live brand as the go-to destination for North Dakota and Minnesota hockey coverage.

Maddie Rooney, goaltender for the 2018 U.S. women's team that defeated Canada in a shootout for the gold medal, is the first athlete announced as a representative for The Rink Live.

“We are excited to bring Maddie on board as a member of our Rink Live team," said Pierre-Paul Lamoureux, a consultant with The Rink Live. "We want to become the premier hockey news content provider in the Upper Midwest. Having people of Maddie’s caliber supporting our initiative is a critical step in the right direction of The Rink Live.”

The Rink Live will announce more athletes joining the team this week.


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Former hockey player, coach, NHL scout and USHL Fargo Force head coach, Pierre-Paul Lamoureux will be joining Forum Communications Company as a project consultant for The Rink Live.

Maddie Rooney Bio: Team USA

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Maddie Rooney, The Rink Live Athlete

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Welcome Maddie to The Rink Live Team as the U.S. aims to repeat as gold medalists


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