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From vision cues, to blade-on-post location, to narrow butterflies, how to get good on a save that gives goalies fits.
Learn about tracking the puck behind the net and being ready for the challenge of a player passing back as you try to follow his movement.
He may be retired now but we can still learn from watching a goalie with the third most wins (489) and second most saves (28,409) in NHL history as we present another drill from InGoal’s 2018 visit to Florida.
While fairly simple by design, this drill incorporates multiple options and reads that will test a goaltender under game-like conditions.
Chris Driedger on how to rest and reset before puck drop… and Mindset Guru Pete Fry explains how to use it to anchor confidence
Learn an important technique to ensure you are ready to go with focus and confidence when you need it most.
Some simple cues you can take from a pro that will make you more efficient the next time you are on the ice.
Sports Psychologist John Stevenson on turning balls into cognitive perceptual training
A multi-faceted drill that will help you learn to deal with puck carriers behind your net by taking control of the situation.
Sports Psychologist John Stevenson shows you how; then explains why it’s not enough.
Learn the key technical points to dealing with an increasingly common play in today’s game.