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Ask a Pro: Luongo on Hydration, Heroes + Sharp Skates

As part of our weekly Ask a Pro segment, InGoal Magazine sat down this week to pose a handful of our readers’ questions to Vancouver Canucks standout stopper Roberto Luongo. As usual your questions were quite insightful. Roberto got a kick out of a few of the most observant ones (kudos to reader Brandon Reinkensmeyer) and his answers brought new lessons on everything from the importance of a dynamic warm up, to hydration plans, to how often some NHL goalies change the steel in their skates. One question we also got a lot of was about the changes he...

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Martin Brodeur Ask a Pro: My Whole thing was Butterfly

As part of our weekly Ask a Pro segment, InGoal Magazine recently sat down to pose a handful of our readers’ questions to New Jersey Devils legend Martin Brodeur. The resulting conversation covered everything from his unique style – would you believe he actually started as a butterfly goalie in junior before becoming one of the last of the stand-up stoppers in the NHL? – to the evolution of the position, to how his dad watching Ron Hextall play helped him become one of the game’s great goaltenders. Brodeur also talked about his ancient chest-and-arm, which ironically now has him out...

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Sabres’ star Ryan Miller gets own cereal for good cause

Ryan Miller wants to have breakfast with you – sort of – for charity. Miller has always been gracious with his time, whether breaking down the NHL’s goaltending equipment changes by email for InGoal Magazine, or with his work with various good causes. It’s for the latter that Buffalo’s Vezina Trophy-winning goalie has lent his mask-clad mug to the front of a cereal box. ‘Kick-Save Krunch,’ a honey nut toasted oat cereal, will be sold in upstate New York, with partial proceeds to benefit the Steadfast Foundation, a non-profit that Miller started to help children and their families affected by cancer. The cereal is produced by PLB Sports, the company behind ‘Flutie Flakes’ during Doug Flutie’s heyday as a Bills quarterback, ‘T.O.’s’ during Terrell Owens stint in Buffalo, as well as numerous other athlete-endorsed food products. “Flutie Flakes, and Terrell Owens had cereal here, so we’re in good company in that regard,” Miller said at a press conference, adding he had some influence in making sure it was healthy. “It’s a lot of fun to have an opportunity like this to do something creative to raise more awareness for the Steadfast Foundation and do it in a fun way where we feel like it’s a good influence on kids.” As for the name of his cereal, ‘Kick-Save’ may not accurately describe Miller’s modern puck-stopping style, but ‘Butterfly Breakfast’ doesn’t...

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Rapid Response Goalie Training from Maria Mountain

Maria Mountain is a good friend of InGoal Magazine and we are great fans of her outstanding off-ice training programs for goaltenders. Maria has just released a new “Rapid Response” training program for goalies who lead busy lives. We’ll hear more from Maria and her program (I have read it cover to cover and love what I see) in the near future but right now wanted to give you the opportunity to grab a copy right away. The Rapid Response Goalie Training system is a step-by-step, done-for-you off ice training program for goalies who know they can be better, but also lead a busy, at times overwhelming life. Maybe you have a strong desire to be a better goalie, but you have other responsibilities and commitments that compete for your time. Enter Rapid Response Goalie Training: Workout 2-4 times per week (you pick) No workout takes longer than 45-minutes (most are 20-40 minutes) Step-by-Step workout plans – you will know what to do and when to do it Workouts that will improve your stability, strength and agility A strong injury prevention component to keep you in the game Videos demonstrating each and every exercise BONUS modules including iPod compatible QuickStart videos And more… Here is an email that Maria got after the pre-launch – “Dear Maria, I’m a bit confused. I got the manual you put up on the...

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3 Goalie stars for November 15, 2010: You Choose

Fan voting is now closed for this week, but be sure to check out the results. Detroit’s Jimmy Howard came back from injury to become one of only three goalies to win three games in the last seven days, but given the impressive performances of several of his puck-stopping peers that only got into two contests, it’s hard to imagine he’ll be a runaway winner of this week’s 3 Goalie Stars selection. In fact, he may be fighting for second place after Montreal’s Carey Price won all three of his starts between Nov. 7 and Nov. 13, including an impressive 2-0 shutout of the high-flying Vancouver Canucks and a save-of-the-year candidate in Saturday’s win over Carolina (video below the poll). Price finished the week with a .971 save percentage (and hopefully facing fewer questions that include the name Jaroslav Halak), but that was bested (barely) by Ottawa’s Brian Elliott. With so many good choices this week, InGoal Magazine needs your help more than ever to pick the 3 stars. The poll will run through midnight on Sunday, with the winner revealed Monday morning, and as we have every other week, we accept write-in votes and encourage campaigning among fans. [poll id=”17″] Carey Price makes an incredible glove save on Carolina’s Chad Larose...

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