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Brandon Jaeger: Chasing A Different Dream

[ap_divider color=”#cf1502″ style=”solid” thickness=”1px” width=”100%” mar_top=”20px” mar_bot=”20px”] From the time I was a little kid, all I dreamed about was becoming a Division 1 hockey player. I grew up watching the Minnesota Golden Gophers and hoped that one day, I would be in their shoes (or should I say skates). […]

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Post Workout Recovery

Post Workout Recovery

Post Workout Recovery This week’s post comes from the blog of our Director of Strength and Conditioning Steve Cherekos. The post is part of a nutritional series he put out and we feel as though the timing of this is absolutely perfect. Below you will find essential information on how […]

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Finding the Motivation to Train

Finding The Motivation To Train

[ap_divider color=”#cf1502″ style=”solid” thickness=”1px” width=”100%” mar_top=”20px” mar_bot=”20px”] Finding The Motivation To Train Weather in most hockey playing regions is a factor that plays into so much of our behavior throughout a given year. It can determine our mood, level of activity, and in some cases even inspire us. Historically, summer […]

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Short Angle Save Selection

Short Angle Save Selection

[ap_divider color=”#cf1502″ style=”solid” thickness=”1px” width=”100%” mar_top=”20px” mar_bot=”20px”] Short Angle Save Selection Short angle shots carry a lot of weight in the decision making process for goaltenders.  This means deciding which save selection to use; VH, butterfly, RVH, or staying on your feet. VH stands for vertical/horizontal where the post side […]

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Building the Foundation of Your Game: 3 Things You Can Always Work On

3 Things You Can Always Work On

Building the Foundation of Your Game: 3 Things You Can Always Work On If you are a goaltender, you know the constant battle of trying to figure out what you can do to find yourself stopping more shots. These next three things I am about to mention are parts of […]

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Groin Rehab

Groin Rehab

Groin Rehab: Keep Groin Muscles Healthy and Lower The Chances of Injury The muscles of the groins are a goalie’s best friends. They allow a goalie to snap down into a butterfly, close up the five-hole, and are pretty much involved in every movement a goalie makes. However, just like […]

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