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To try out or not to try out? That is the question for young goalies

My advice to parents concerning sending their goalie to competitive tryouts is to attend the highest level you can and see where they fit in. It’s helpful to see how your competition (other goalies) stacks up, to see how the game is different at the higher levels and, of course, to see how well you can adjust and play against a higher level of competition.


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