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Category Archives: PRO Goaltending Blog Entries
Like a lot of people, I was glued to my TV during the 2018 World Junior tournament. It’s some of the best hockey to watch during the year. These kids play with so much passion, skill, and guts, it’s exciting from start to finish. And what a finish it was for Team Canada. It’s been […]
Couple National Titles and a Spengler Cup. Now it’s time to get ready for PRO Goaltending summer camps kicking off in Montreal July 3rd. Then we anchor down in Oshawa July 10th-28th. And cap things off in Brantford July 31st to Aug 3rd.
Kevin Beech and Michael Lawrence discuss the lighter side of Professional Hockey. KB and the Wiz explain European Hockey Hooligan Fans, Getting through the most unhealthy time of the year, and where it all started!
Michael Talks about his 2nd Spengler Cup Championship this past season with Team Canada. Carey Price working through his current struggles, and ProGoaltending client Michael DiPietro’s road to the 2017 NHL draft.
Ken Appleby went from OHL back-up to NHL prospect by taking a different route. (Aaron Bell/CHL Images) Written by Gare Joyce – sportsnet.ca During his first two seasons in the league, he was a backup on a strong Oshawa team, going 6-4 with a .886 save percentage in his draft campaign and 11-7 with a […]
PRO Goaltending Pipeline On Display At Development Camp
During the IIHF World Championships this year in Russia, PRO Goaltending saw two students play for their respective countries. In this two-part series, we sit down with Sebastian Dahm (Team Denmark) and Sandro Zurkirchen (Team Switzerland) to talk about their journey to representing their country. I first met Sebastian Dahm in 2006 when I was […]
Dahm in imposing form : Author Andy Potts : Danish goalie Sebastian Dahm has impressed in Russia – but puts his team’s success so far down to a more positive approach to the game. Danish goalie Sebastian Dahm was the star of his team’s qualifying round. The Graz 99ers netminder was in sensational form, with […]
Greg Balloch – InGoal Magazine Finding a way to shut down Auston Matthews is suddenly a major concern of NHL teams, since he will likely be taken first overall at the upcoming draft. It’s a task that Michael Lawrence, goaltending coach for Ambrì-Piotta of the Swiss National League, knows all too well. Instead of spending […]