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1 2017 Bow River Goalie Evaluations Evolution Goaltending Consultants Evolution Goaltending Consultants was founded in July 2014 by Justin Cardinal and Nicolas De-Gaetano. For the past decade both Justin and Nicolas have been involved with running goaltending camps, lessons, group clinics, coaches clinics, evaluations and much more in Calgary and surrounding areas. Technical Evaluation Day On the day of your evaluation, we would like for every goaltender to be ready 15/20 minutes prior to the ice-time. With on-ice time being limited we would like to go through our drills and structure of the ice-time in the dressing with the goalies to avoid wasting any time once everyone is on the ice. We will go through a couple movement drills to warm-up at the beginning of the ice-time, but we recommend for each goalie to warm-up and stretch prior to getting on the ice. Drill Structure Each goalie will have the opportunity to go over 4 drills during the ice-time. For each drill, goalies will get to go over 4/5 repetitions on each side. By doing the same amount of reps, goalies will have an equal opportunity to show their skills-set to the evaluators, and no goalie should feel more fatigued than the other as everyone will go through the same amount of work. Etiquette Goalies outside of the net waiting should either be drinking water or taking a knee at their station. NO ONE should be wandering around and/or shooting pucks. Before going into the net, make sure your gear is strapped properly to avoid wasting time. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to go talk to one of the EGC evaluators present on the ice.

2 Goalie Tech Drills (Atom/Peewee/Bantam/Midget) 1. Goalie starts on same-side post as the coach. 2. On coach's go, goalie will step out near-side. 3. Coach will take a shot far-side leg to create a rebound. 4. Once the goalie makes the save, he will recover across to the far-side angle. 5. On the coach's next go, goalie will go down into a butterfly as if he made a save and recover far-side facing the coach for a second shot. KeyPoints Arriving quickly to his positional target will not only allow the goaltender to get his feet set, but to also make a more controlled save. When shots are released low along the ice, the goaltender should be reactive with his stick while going down to allow for better control of the rebound. If the goaltender relies on his butterfly to make the save, he will most likely have no control over the puck. To allow for a quick post-save recovery, the goaltender should maintain good forward-head trajectory over-top of the puck when making his saves

3 1. Goalie will start on the angle. On coach's go, he will transition into his post. 2. On the following go, goalie will slide middle for a shot in tight. Coach can play the rebound. 3. Goalie will recover to the opposite post. On the next go, goalie will t-push to the top on the crease for a second shot from further out. Keypoints When the puck is located in tight proximity to the net and the goaltender is fully on angle with good body positioning and depth, the goalie should assume a compact position to make the save (head forward, hands/arms tight to the body and a wide flair with butterfly) The goaltender should not attempt a compact butterfly save if he is not fully on angle yet. When reacting to a shot coming from further away, the goaltender should stay aggressive in his save attempt by activating his hands, body and head towards the trajectory of the puck.

4 1. Goalie will start top of the crease. On coach's, he will t-push to the same side post as the coach. 2. Coach will attack below the goal-line for a shot. 3. Once save is made, goalie will recover to the opposite post. 4. Coach will attack above the goal-line with another puck. Keypoints Getting fully integrated into the post is crucial. Without good post set-up from their feet, goalies will not be able to use their post-leans or VH properly. Post-leans and VH both have their advantages and disadvantages. No matter which techniques the goalie prefers, the important part is to make the save.

5 1. Goalie starts on post opposite to the coach. 2. On coach's go, goalie will step out near-side. 3. On coach's next go, goalie will slide far-side for a shot. 4. After making the save, goalie will recover on the same side post as the coach. 5. On the next go, goalie will shuffle post to post. 6. On the last go, goalie will slide off the post to the far-side for a second shot. Keypoints A butterfly slide is NOT a save. It is only a movement. Goaltenders should remain reactive with their limbs in orders to stay aggressive in their save attempts. Blocking (compact butterfly) is only efficient when the puck is in tighter proximity and the goaltender is fully on angle with good body positioning and proper depth. When on the post and a player is located weak-side, the goaltender should keep his back foot low on the goal-line or slightly above in order to slide lower on angle. By keeping his back foot too high above the goal-line, he will most likely slide too high and not gain any coverage for the shot.

6 Technical Evaluation Eval Sheet # Mobility Drill 1 Drill 2 Drill 3 Drill 4 Total Score Rank

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