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LMHA FREE GOALIE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CLINICS
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LMHA Free Goalie Skills Development Clinics
Instructed by Perry Wilson & Impact Goaltending

LMHA Skills Development is happy to announce that it will be offering a free “3 session” goaltending clinic instructed by Perry Wilson with the assistance of Impact Goaltending.


The Clinic will be open to all current LMHA goalies playing either house or travel at all levels. Instructors will divide the goaltenders into groups at each session. Each session will focus on different skill development specific to the goaltending position. Coaches wanting to help out and learn more about goalie specific drills on the ice is encouraged.

Location & Dates: Rink - Adie Knox Arena

Session 1 - Wednesday January 17 @ 5pm

Session 2 - Wednesday January 31 @ 5pm

Session 3 - Wednesday February 21 @ 5pm

Due to lack of available ice at Vollmer and many other arenas, ice time was secured at Adie Knox Arena. The dates and times do conflict with some team practices however it was unavoidable. With team permission goalies are encouraged to register and participate.

How To Register a Goalie: Please click here (or navigate to Technical Skills, Clinics, Winter Session Free Goalie Skills Registration) and fill in all required information. Please follow the website, twitter and Facebook for updates. This Clinic will have limited space and it will be based off completed registration through the website for tracking purposes.

Coach/On Ice Help Participation Registration: Please click on the link here (or navigate to Technical Skills, Clinics, Goalie Clinic Coach/On Ice Helper Registration). To help out on the ice, participants must be registered with a current LMHA team and all required on ice help documentation to be complete and in good standing.

Shooters: For Session 2 & 3 shooters will be required. Instructors are hoping for around 10 volunteers playing PeeWee Major and higher. Players must wear all required hockey gear on the ice. If you have an individual that is interested or a team that could participate please email [email protected]

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