December 28, 2015

Goaline Logic by


Whether it is a post out, butterfly to full recovery, powerslide or explosive movement within the crease we need strength. Most, if not all of our power is generated from our legs in order to get square and set in time for the initial shot. Matt Jenkins has touched upon the flexibility and mobility aspect in the article Closing holes for fewer goals (insert link here charlie) Therefore, I have invited guest blogger Paul Hudson: Strength and Conditioning Coach @ Hudson Strength to touch on a few major strength training concepts every goalie can introduce to their game…


Off ice training has become a must for hockey players in today’s game.  The game has become a much faster version of years passed and it seems as though if you aren’t putting...

December 22, 2015

Goaline Logic by

It’s a true privilege to be part of the game of hockey.


Day in and day out, I get to do something I love: Coach goalies. I’ve been very fortunate to this point in my coaching career. As a member of the CCHL’s Carleton Place Jr. A Canadians for the past four years, the team has done a lot of winning. The team has won two consecutive league championships and Eastern Canadian championships, and made it to the championship game of the RBC Cup. We lost both games. Considering there are 131 Junior A teams in Canada, and making it to the national championship final game two years in a row, there’s a lot to be proud of.


To be honest, I didn’t think it could get any better.

But two weeks ago, it did.


From December 5th-9th, I was part of the selecti...

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