Category Archives: PRO Goaltending Blog Entries

Thoughts and analysis in the world of goaltending by Michael Lawrence and Eli Rassi.

Beskorowany Back On NHL Radar

In 41 games with Dusseldorfer EG in the DEL, Tyler Beskorowany posted a 2.53 GAA and .920 SVS%.  Tyler earned DEL goalie of the year as he took a team that finished last the season before all the way to the …

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Dahm Just Keeps Getting Better

Long time Pro goaltending student/instructor Sebastian Dahm had a career year at 27.  One of our hardest workers we have ever had, thumb Sebastian just keeps getting better with age.  Dahm set the mark with the top SVS% of .927 …

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Guerriero finds stride with NCAA route

Carmine was a standout in 29 starts as a sophomore with the UAH Chargers this season.  He was nominated for the Mike Richter Award which honors the most outstanding goaltender in NCAA men’s ice hockey.  Carmine had a special night …

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Big Picture – OHL Draft Eligible, Michael DiPietro

Facing pressure at the highest level is never easy.  It takes professional athletes years to navigate and control the outputs that come with it.  Pressure for most is fear… something they can’t completely control. For Michael DiPietro, fear and pressure …

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Kevin Bailie: The London Knights’ Own Caped Crusader

If you really think about it, it’s not difficult to find the similarities between goaltenders and superheroes: Goalies are quite literally masked men, their armour helps them stop vulcanized rubber bullets, they can fly (diving save across the ice to …

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Holiday Wishes from PRO Goaltending

Hello! On behalf of the entire PRO Goaltending staff, we would like to wish you and your families a very Happy Holidays and all the best in 2013! Your support this season, and over the years, has given us the …

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Team Canada’s World Junior Team: Previewing the Goaltenders

It’s that time of year again! And no, I’m not just talking about the Holiday season. On December 3rd, Hockey Canada officially announced the selection camp roster for the 2013 World Junior Hockey Championships. At exactly that moment, most hockey …

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Introducing the first ODHA goalie coach training clinic!

I am excited to announce that I have been chosen to represent the Ottawa District Hockey Association as a goalie coach mentor for the 2012-13 hockey season! In this role, I will be part of a team that will provide …

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New article: Look Before You Push – InGoal Magazine

You probably heard this saying more than once while growing up:  “look before you cross the street!” The same concept applies for goaltending and appears obvious, but goaltenders at all levels struggle with consistently looking away from the puck when …

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From summer camps to the regular season – tips to keep the momentum going!

In June, I posted a blog offering three tips to help goalies prepare for summer camp. Now, just because the hot summer days are almost over, it doesn’t mean that your game has to cool off. Keep the momentum going …

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