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@goalies_edge_ (@get_repost) ・・・ @goalies_edge_ 9 student year old student Luke at a private session. Power slide warm up drill. Luke will skate backwards and power slide through the dots and getting square to the puck on each side. Focus is on goalie specific skating, letting the legs do the work while keeping the upper body quiet and being square to the puck. Pay attention to the small detail within the movement. -edge kills life @hockey4kids @handeyecoaches @hockeycanada @hockeysyndicate @hockeygoaliedrills_repost

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@goalies_edge_ student 9 year old Luke at a private session. Inside edges/multiple change of direction drill while incorporating shots and adding the @goalies_edge_ 3x3 ft screen. Within a short distance Luke will skate forwards/backwards/power slide/power push square/power push square. Repeat while receiving shots. Focus is on letting the legs do the work while keeping a quiet up body. Pay attention to the details within the movements while increasing speed and power. skills @goaliecoaches @hockey4kids @hockeymomstagram @tophockey.ru @handeyecoaches @hockeycanada @hockeysyndicate @handeyecoaches

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@goalies_edge_ student 9 year old Luke at a private session. Crease management drill while tracking white puck shots. Luke will start on post 1/T push to post 4/T push to position 5 puck/track white puck/power slide for the shot from F1. Repeat once. Focus is on strong/smooth/fluid crease movement and track the shot from F1. skills @goaliecoaches @hockey4kids @hockeymomstagram @tophockey.ru @handeyecoaches @hockeycanada @hockeysyndicate @handeyecoaches

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@goalies_edge_ student 9 year old Luke at a private session. Inside edges/multiple change of direction drill. Within a short distance Luke will skate forwards/backwards/power slide/power push square/power push/lock and seal to post 1/power push off post 1 to the middle of the crease. Repeat sequence at the other puck going towards post 4. Focus is on letting the legs do the work while keeping a quiet up body. Pay attention to the details within the movements while increasing speed and power. skills @goaliecoaches @hockey4kids @hockeymomstagram @tophockey.ru @handeyecoaches @hockeycanada @hockeysyndicate @handeyecoaches

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@goalies_edge_ student 9 year old Luke at a private session. Power slide warm up drill. Luke will skate backwards and power slide through the dots and getting square to the puck on each side. Focus is on goalie specific skating, letting the legs do the work while keeping the upper body quiet and being square to the puck. Pay attention to the small detail within the movement. -edge kills life @hockey4kids @handeyecoaches @hockeycanada @hockeysyndicate @hockeygoaliedrills_repost

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Ron Mays Goaltending School

Track down on the puck. When training foundational skills like the stance and butterfly goalies often focus on what various body parts are doing and how they impact their ability to move efficiently and make a save. The focus is typically on driving the knees to the ice, keeping the torso and hands elevated, and controlling the stick. However, what is often neglected is the importance of correct posture and its impact on head positioning and ability to fixate the eyes on the puck prior to shot release and track the puck to the body. In this example the goalie is in an upright stance with minimal flexion at the waist. This causes the head to pull back, lifting the chin and eyes to a neutral position where the eyes are looking up over the horizon. This makes narrowing the focus down onto the puck, reading the release of the shot and tracking the puck from the blade to the body very difficult. As you can see in these examples the goalie's head and eyes are elevated when the puck reaches the body instead tracking down on to the puck complicating the save, rebound control, visual attachment and recovery process. When done correctly the goalie should have a spine angle of approximately 45 degrees in their stance just prior to shot release with the shoulders being positioned slightly forward of the toes and the head slightly forward of the shoulders. This places the goalie's head in a negative position with the chin down and the eyes tracking down onto the puck. This posture and head position makes fixating the eyes and tracking the puck from blade to body much easier which improves the save, rebound control, visual attachment and recovery process.

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Fall soccer is over and these Galaxy girls did amazing this season! 2 ties and no losses! More importantly they played more as a team than they ever had in the past and that's what makes me proud. My Kira loves being in that net! skills

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Karey Hurchings

#goalieskills Trying to do my friend proud subbing for her in net! We lost 2-1 but my glove was on fire!!! . . . . .