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Canadian Goaltending Academy
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Director: Mike Rosati
Address: 555 Welham Road
City: Barrie
Province/State: Ontario
Postal Code/Zip Code: L4N 8Z6
Telephone #: 705 725 1794
Fax #: 705 725 1085
Email address: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Website address: www.cangoal.com
Dates/Fees: June 4 - June 29 Private Camps,( D ) July 2 - Aug 10 Small group camps,( D ) July 23 - Aug 3 . Resort Camps,(R),(D), Pro to Bantam AAA & Novice to Bantam. Aug 8 - 24, Molson Centre (D
Sleeping Facilities:
Resort Camps see web site for details , All other camps area hotels are available.
Specialized Programs:
Private Camps, Open Ages Max 6 Students, Small Group Camps, Ages Open , Max 10 Students, Resort Camps, Pro to Bantam AAA and Novice to Bantam A , Nottawasaga Inn & Resort Centre Ice Sports Plex. Barrie Molson Centre, Ages 8 - 11 and 12 To Adult.
Student Groupings:
Goaltenders are grouped according to age and talent level. Most of our camps are age specific from pro on down.
Hours on Ice:
Private Camps 20 Hrs, Small Group 20 Hrs, Resort Camps 17.5 Hrs, Molson Centre 17.5 Hrs
Entertainment & Facilities:
A list of area activities and attractions is available on our web site. Canada's Wonderland, Casino Rama, Georgian Downs Raceway and Casino, 20 differnet Golf Courses , Shopping, Hotels, Camp Grounds, Resturants, Equipment Sales and services
On Ice Facilities:
Nottawasaga Inn & Resort Centre Ice Sports Plex, New NHL Size Arena in a resort enviroment. Barrie Molson Centre, Home of the Barrie Colts OHL
Welcome to Canadian Goaltending Academy, your source for professional instruction. Canadian Goaltending Academy is proud to offer goaltenders of all ages, levels, gender and caliber the opportunity to develop and improve their skills using our proven methods and expertise. Begin your quest for excellence today and reap the benefits tomorrow. We invite you to be part of the new age of Goaltending Instruction being taught and used in the professional levels today. CANADIAN GOALTENDING ACADEMY Mike Rosati who retired after a 16 year professional career teamed up with Ray Dyke. Ray is the former President and Co Founder of Saves Goaltending International from 1992 to 2006 who brings with him over 20 years of teaching experience to form Canadian Goaltending Academy. They have spent the last 2 years working together combining all of their years of playing and teaching experience and have come up with a formula for success. They are diverse and work with goalies from Professional to College, University, NCAA, OHL Draftees, Jr, World Juniors and many other levels and ages 7 to adult. To date the improvement of the students has been astounding at all levels. Mike and Ray invite you to be a part of the New Age,Dynamic and Trend Setting Goaltending Instruction. It is with great pride that we introduce this company to all goaltenders who are seeking to better their game and themselves. Working with Mike every day during the NHL lock out helped prepare me Mentally and physically for life in the NHL We remain good friends and I Wish him and Canadian GoaltendingAcademy all the best. Cristobal Huet, Montreal Canadiens. NHL ALL STAR An accomplished goalie and coach Mike has both played in the NHL and trained NHL Goaltenders Dave Prior Washington Capitals NHL Mike Rosati and his team offer all goalies the proper Training to confront any challenge of the game Jim Corsi Buffalo Sabres NHL Something to think about Too oftentodays young goaltenders are over equipped, not mobile, not aggressive and too eager to drop down or slide on everything and this is a major concern. The game has changed and we know how to teach you to make the necessary adjustments. We have the knowledge, the playing and teaching experience to explain and demonstrate to each and every goalie how to effectively apply these skills and techniques in game situations because not only can we teach them, we have lived them, and played them at the highest levels in both North America and Europe. How much longer can goaltenders be taught to play blind/deep and rely solely on slides and equipment? Goaltenders must see the puck and be in good position in order to stop it with CONTROL. Lack of foot speed, over use of sliding, poor positioning and poor rebound control, lead to big holes and big holes lead to soft easy goals. The professional game always has a trickle down effect and the same new rules now apply to everyone. With the decrease in obstruction and the increase in penalties the game is now much quicker and wide open leaving players the ability to show their skills by taking advantage of more time and space. The game has evolved and has many similarities to the hockey played in Europe over the last 15 years. Seeing as the game has evolved we as goaltenders and teachers must evolve with it. Does the increase in goal production including soft goals from bad angles, rebounds and open ice shots have anything to do with the new equipment sizes? Absolutely Not It has everything to do with goaltenders who continue to reduce net coverage by non aggressive positioning, replace foot speed with sliding and replace patience by being 1 dimensional shot blockers. Todays game needs todays techniques knowing how to apply them and having the knowledge of why or not to apply them for maximum success.
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