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Ask a Pro – A Subscriber Exclusive

If you like to be on top of the most goaltending content, the InGoal Magazine Newsletter is for you. It costs nothing and brings you more. We release some content ahead of publication on the site and offer features only to our subscribers.

Would you like to be in the locker room with a pro goalie and be able to ask him just about anything on your mind? We can’t give you a press pass, but we can take your questions with us! Each week we take questions from our readers and bring them to a pro goalie.

Goalie Cam Ward

Today we published the first in our series – our subscriber interview with Carolina goaltender Cam Ward which was released in the Newsletter on October 18.

This week we are accepting questions to be taken to an interview with Alex Auld of the Montreal Canadiens. We’d like to take yours along with them.

If you aren’t a subscriber yet – it’s easy. Just fill out the form in the sidebar to your right and you’re done. You’ll get a link to our old newsletters in an email including instructions on how to ask a pro each week.

About The Author

David Hutchison

David is one of the founders of InGoal Magazine which he began in 2009. Of course he finds time for some goaltending of his own as well, and despite his age, clings desperately to the idea that some NHL team will call him to play for them - though in his mid-forties (OK, late 40s) it'll likely be for a practice when everyone else on their depth chart has the flu and the shooter tutor has gone in for repairs.

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  1. Ricke5y

    I am a subscriber and would like to refer a question to a pro through your “Ask a Pro” program. How do I go about it???
    Thanks
    Rick Evoy
    [email protected]

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Scary close call for Winnipeg Jets Connor Hellebuyck as teammate’s stick blade got through his cage + cut him near eye; interestingly amid the debate about cat-eye cages, which are banned in Canada, the blade actually appears to go in under the lower bar of the cat-eye opening. Frankly it’s hard to see why that gap, which does nothing to help vision, needs to be big enough for a blade to get through, as unlikely as this incident might be.

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