GHP 039: The Fundamentals of Goaltending w/ Kevin Delamarter from KD Goaltending

GHP 039: The Fundamentals of Goaltending w/ Kevin Delamarter from KD Goaltending

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In this week’s episode I’m joined by a leader in the online goalie community, none other than Kevin Delamarter with KD Goaltending.

We dive deeper into the hardest part transitioning from minor hockey to college hockey. Characteristic in people who are  successful in making the transition. Advice to younger self to garner more success. Foot position, Projection of hands, T pushes, Back position – prominence of each. Two hacks that have helped goaltenders stay ahead of competition and gain success.

Show Highlights

  • Important Dive deeper into the hardest part transitioning from minor hockey to College Hockey.
  • Important skill to develop to allow smoother transition to college hockey.
  • Drills or exercises to develop this skill.
  • Characteristic in people who are successful in making the transition.
  • Advice to younger self to garner more success.
  • Difficulty for amateur goalies to transition to Junior Hockey.
  • Developing that one skill which will help to smoothly transition to junior hockey.
  • RAPID FIRE!
  • Foot position, Projection of hands, T pushes, Back position – prominence of each.
  • Two hacks that have helped goaltenders stay ahead of competition and gain success.
  • Carter McPhail and the skills he possesses which separates him from the crowd.

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