Learn from the best! World-renowned goaltending coach Joe Bertagna has designed Goaltending Basics to highlight the essential ingredients toward becoming a successful goaltender! Segment 1: Basic stance: basic stance, butterfly stance, and smothering stance. Segment 2: Movement: forward/backward, shuffle, and T-glide movements. Segment 3: Recovery ability: working up and down, on the stomach, and on the side recovery skills. Segment 4: Save techniques with detailed guidelines for positioning, defending, and making the appropriate choice of equipment for a shot on goal. Segment 5: Game situations: change of directions, poke checks, tying up the puck, cover-ups, and defending the wraparound, puck handling for behind-the-net strategies, techniques for leaving the puck in a desirable position, screen situations, and breakaways. Segment 6: Mental aspects: details the role of the coach in keeping the goaltender in the proper state of mind and offers mental techniques and strategies to maintain an edge!
57 minutes. 2002.
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Most coaches don't have the time to work on individual skill work for goaltenders and just use them for target practice. This video series will give you a very good foundation to start working your goaltenders for a period of time during every practice. Even if you take just fifteen minutes and put a net along the boards in center ice to work the goaltender it will make a huge difference in his game. The coach walks you through basic, intermediate and advanced techniques to help your goaltenders. Remember, your goaltender is the most important player on the ice, give him some dedicated practice time and you will see results.
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