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Author: David Hutchison

Carey Price Demonstrates Glove Positioning Drill

This weekend a small group of very lucky goaltenders will be spending the day on and off the ice with their goaltending hero, Carey Price, in a special day put on by Eli Wilson Goaltending to raise money for their foundation to support goaltenders who could not otherwise afford training and equipment.

At last years Day with Carey Price, he demonstrated this simple drill to build a more reactive glove – ready to catch the puck regardless of where it is going to or where your glove might be at the time.

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InGoal On Hand for Eli Wilson Elite Prospects Camps

InGoal spent a week at the Eli Wilson Goaltending Elite Prospects Camp in Toronto recently and will be at their Elite Prospects camp this coming week (July 20-22) in Edmonton – stop by if you are in the area to check out the camp and chat goaltending with us. The camp is intended to give top goaltenders a bit of a peek behind the scenes of an NHL Development camp. From top coaches, to CHL and NCAA shooters, a professional trainer, massage, yoga, daily mental training seminars and more, the goaltenders took advantage of the tremendous opportunity to hone their...

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InGoal Free Agent Roundup

The Complete InGoal Free Agent Frenzy Roundup for Goaltender Signings PANTHERS SIGN JAMES REIMER TO A FIVE-YEAR CONTRACT ANDREY VASILEVSKIY SIGNS THREE-YEAR EXTENSION WITH LIGHTNING ST. LOUIS BLUES MAKE DEALS WITH JAKE ALLEN, CARTER HUTTON FIRST HOUR OF FREE AGENCY SEES FOUR BACKUP GOALIES ON THE MOVE NHL Clubs Expand Goaltending Depth With Further Free Agent Moves NHL FREE AGENCY WEEKEND CONTINUES WITH DEPTH SIGNINGS CALVIN PICKARD LEADS LIST OF RFA SIGNINGS CURTIS JOSEPH HIRED AS CAROLINA DEVELOPMENT...

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InGoal’s Kevin Woodley on TSN 1040 on Cloutier / Demko in Vancouver

Earlier this week InGoal reported on Dan Cloutier and Roland Melanson swapping roles in the Vancouver Canucks organization. Melanson left the Canucks job largely for personal reasons; the development role allows him to be closer to family and work only on a part-time basis. When Melanson accepted the position, the NHL job was essentially Cloutier’s to lose. What has not been widely reported is that Melanson was the first choice for the still vacant Ottawa Senators goaltending coach position, multiple sources have confirmed to InGoal Magazine, which suggests that keeping him in the fold is somewhat of a coup for the...

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