We could watch Carey Price do simple movement patterns and make routine saves all day, but when the Montreal Canadiens star leads young goalies through practice patterns at the annual Eli Wilson Day with Price event, he’s more than just the world’s best drill demonstrator.
Price takes the time to try and teach as goalies rotate through his station throughout the day, which includes two ice times, answering questions on the ice about technique and in the locker room about everything from his equipment set up, to life as an NHL goaltender.
This Pro Tip combines all of the above as Price shares advice on butterfly balance, how it affects the ability to maintain active hands and, yes, how your toe ties can affect both. But let’s start with a demonstration of the drill led by Price, starting with movement keys from Wilson:
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