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This has quickly become a recurring theme at InGoal in recent weeks, but watching Carey Price play his way into the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in his career continues to be a reminder that the fundamentals he uses every day now are based on the same movement foundations and drills we’ve seen him teach year after year at Eli Wilson Goaltending’s Day with Price event.
Seeing those examples on display every second night in the playoffs sent us back into the video archives from our five years behind the scenes at that event, and every time we find great examples of Price teaching those same elements to the young goalies involved.
This drill involved going back to the post, then widening out and creating a window on the short side to see a player and the puck behind the net, then leaning into that seal in the RVH before pushing back up to the top of the crease. We’ll start with the explanation from Wilson and a demonstration of Price doing the drill before we move into Price teaching it:
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