Hockey Players iHockey is a Hockey Stat Tracking app for Players, Coaches and Parents. iHockeyRecording a game First off at the bottom of the page is the live button, this functions to prevent your phone from going to sleep, but will user more battery. When your player steps on the ice simply tap the On Ice switch, and the clock will begin counting, then just use the onscreen controls to input various interactions, for example an assist, a shot (SOG), a blocked shot etc. As you tap the buttons the stats will be recorded in real time. When your player scores a goal tap the My Goal button, and you will be presented with an interface to identify if the goal was full strength, on a PowerPlay, or Short handed All of these stats will be recorded and saved in the application. Saving a gameWhen the game is over, simple press the save button located in the upper right corner, you will be presented with a list of players that you have saved, tap on the name of the player and the game will be saved. If you need to add a new player, simply press the + Symbol in the upper right cornerLocker Room (Manage players)This is a list of all of the players you have saved on your device. To view details about any player simply tap on the name. To delete a player swipe across the name to reveal the delete button then tap delete. To add a new name, press the + symbol in the upper right corner. Lifetime statsLifetime stats allows you to view a players lifetime stats, to access lifetime stats, simply tap on the players name from the manage players page. You can even save a picture of your player by tapping on the corresponding button. A list of all of the games that player has played is available at the bottom of the page, to remove a game slide your finger across the game and tap the delete button. To view the details of the game tap the game you would like to view.Game DetailsFrom this screen you can edit and re-save any game stats that you would like, to edit them, tap the incorrect field, enter the correct information, and press save.Enjoy iHockey, and please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.