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Avoid Common Hockey Goalie Mistakes With Goaltending Tips From Jim Park Goalie School In Toronto - Hockey Goalie

This is a drill for goaltenders to utilize for improving their stick and stick handling. It's great exercise when goalies don't have a net open at practice or are waiting to get in net. Lastly, one can certainly take these drills to extra levels by lifting the puck, skating around cones between passes, or wrapping the boards for a stoppage behind the net and pass out to a defenseman.  Goalrobber Drill of the Week #28 "Stick Handling"

This is a drill for goaltenders to utilize for improving their stick and stick handling. It's great exercise when goalies don't have a net open at practice o.

▶ Knee Slide/Lift - YouTube

Colin Catherman from Richmond, VA demonstrates "the Knee Slide/Lift" (Lateral slidedes with kee lifts) along the Goalie Line

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▶ Improving T-Pushes for Goalies - YouTube

Colin Catherman from Richmond, VA demonstrates "the Machine Gun" (Multiple T-Pushes along the Goalie Line)

It is important for young goaltenders to try to achieve a nearly perpendicular planted push-leg and to focus on being patient when establishing a powerful push.   Goalrobber Drill of the Week #18 (Pushing in the Butterfly)

It is important for young goaltenders to try to achieve a nearly perpendicular planted push-leg and to focus on being patient when establishing a powerful push. Goalrobber Drill of the Week (Pushing in the Butterfly)

Goalie Stretch Solution

Mike Smith has a new Wylie Coyote Goalie mask by artist David Arrigo

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