Quick Tips For New Goalies
Becoming a goaltender requires commitment not only from the athlete itself, but also from parents. For parents, it’s a major financial commitment. Goalie equipment is expensive, but safety and proper fit should be first concerns when it comes to the equipment.
Nowadays, some associations provide goalie
Conditioning and Off-Ice Training
Conditioning. Everyone talks about being in shape, in goalie shape or hockey shape. So what does it mean? Well, there is a lot that goes into determining what this means and “being in good shape” takes on many different meanings. There is currently a lot of talk
What Qualities Or Characteristics Do The Elite Goalies Have?
Oh you’re a goalie? So you like really dull skates, right? Many people that are not goalies say goaltenders need really dull skates so that they can push around their crease with ease and not get tired. Contrary to belief, many goaltenders in the
Why Goalies Who Attend Summer Camps Don't Get Better
Don’t let the header of this topic fool you. Goalie camps can be extremely beneficial as long as you follow a couple key factors. For those that are unfamiliar with a summer camp, these goalie specific camps usually consist of 12-24 goalies
What To Look For When Buying A Goal Pad
As goalie coaches, we get questions all the time that surround this topic of making sure pads are the right size. Justin Johnson and Steve Rixe go on camera to talk about equipment sizing and how to properly fit and size a