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NHL Goalies Share Fond Christmas Equipment Memories

Christmas has always been a special time for young goaltenders, in large part because of the key role the unique equipment has always played in igniting a passion for the position, and the guys currently playing in the National Hockey League are no exception. So while the staff at InGoal hopes all our readers got the gear they wished for this holiday season, we also wanted to check in with some of our friends in and around the NHL and reminisce about the puck-stopping presents that inspired them as kids. For Florida Panthers No.1 Roberto Luongo, the fondest Christmas...

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Dubnyk: ‘Massive difference’ Sliding in Bauer 1S OD1N

To say InGoal has taken its time reviewing Bauer’s OD1N 1S line is an understatement, and while not everyone has appreciated the wait, it has at least been time well spent. In addition to feedback from pros like James Reimer and Devan Dubnyk during time on the ice together this summer, InGoal was able to put our test set through the ringer, including Junior A camps, one month with a German-league Pro, and now more than 100 sessions of recreational play. While a complete review is still set to roll out with a new magazine, we’re also breaking out...

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Goalie Vision Training: Peripheral Toss Drill (with video)

Earlier this summer InGoal Magazine introduced readers to the True Focus Vision Sports program designed specifically to help goaltenders improve their eye-hand co-ordination. With 50 drills in this hour-long video, it gives goalies everywhere access to the same program used by NHL prospects like Adam Wilcox of the Tampa Bay Lightning and Zane McIntyre, who made his NHL debut with the Boston Bruins earlier this season. MCIntyre and Wilcox are also featured in this sample drill from the video, along with ECHL goalie of the year Josh Robinson. The drill is called Peripheral Toss. – The key is that...

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Secret Lalime Tribute Hidden On New Anderson Mask

When Sylvie Marsolais of Sylabrush Airbrush set out to paint Craig Anderson’s new Ottawa Senators 25th anniversary mask she was really preparing to paint two masks. The first one is the mask everyone saw when Anderson first wore it on the ice for morning skate on Thursday, a more traditional replica of Damian Rhodes old Ottawa mask with tributes to Patrick Lalime and Daniel Alfredsson. But there is another mask hidden underneath the black edges of that, under a layer of what Marsolais called “ghost paint,” that doesn’t come out until heat is applied: Hidden near the Lalime portrait is Marvin the Martian, who was a...

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