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Noora Räty played in her first Olympics for Finland at age 16 and has since won two Olympic medals. She has five more medals at the World Championships, including being named the tournament’s top goalie five times and MVP once. She won two NCAA championships, including a perfect 41-0-0 season in 2012-13 that included 17 shutouts, finished her college career with 49 straight wins and set the University of Minnesota record for shutouts.

Räty is in, if not atop the conversation as the greatest of her generation, so when she shares tips on her mental approach and advice on overcoming adversity, you better listen. You get that guidance in her chapter in The Power Within II, the new book co-authored by Justin Goldman of The Goalie Guild and former Dallas Stars goalie coach Mike Valley, and we are pleased to be able to share parts of it here in our latest exclusive excerpt from the book:

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