To say Episode 91 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, is packed would be like saying Dominik Hasek was decent at stopping pucks.
This thing is LOADED with goalie greatness: From industry standard-setting mask makers and painters Greg Harrison and David Gunnarsson discussing the ties between Halloween, horror movies, goalie masks and Jacques Plante; to the inventor of Sense Arena, a ground-breaking new virtual reality goalie training program already being adopted by NHL teams and their tendys, to an informative, insightful, and at-times emotional interview with new Carolina Hurricanes free agent addition Antoine Bibeau.
In our feature interview presented by Sense Arena, Bibeau, who was drafted by the Toronto Maple Leafs, talks about falling for the position cheering Patrick Roy in Colorado and, after getting a call from none other than Roy’s former teammate, Joe Sakic, this season to tell him the Avalanche had traded for him, what it was like to get to put on the same uniform. He shares numerous insights on his path to pro, invaluable lessons on the mental and physical game along the way, his own thoughts on Sense Arena, and the emotion of winning his first start with the Avs only to need season-ending hip surgery a short while later — and what the comeback since has been like.
All that, plus another trip to The Hockey Shop for a fresh gear segment that looks at the new Bauer UltraSonic chest protector, which brings their innovative approach from the game-changing pads to goalie arms.
The gear segment in this episode features the Bauer Ultrasonic Upper Body gear. The segment is now available on video each week.
Please visit The Hockey Shop to learn more about the Ultrasonic gear and to place your order today by clicking on the images below.