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Scoring Genius

Cities London, Ontario
Contact President - Chris Dyson
Phone 519-668-7414
Ages 7 and up - 10 different programs, specific to age and ability
Cost 4 programs offered from $129 for 5 days
On Ice

We provide expert instruction on how and where to score, what to expect and visualize when chosing scoring location. We work with real goaltenders for 1.5 up to 5 hours per day (depending n program) refining the technieue and hockey IQ that surrounds scoring. 

This is not a learn to shoot program, it is a learn to SCORE program. 

In developing this program we are able to utilize our expertise in Puckstopping to help the other guys (defensemen, forwards - AKA 'shooters') on the ice. There is no one that knows where and how to beat a goaltender better than a goaltender.

We have integrated part of the 'Scoring Genius' program with our goaltending school to allow for specific understanding of the scoring space as well as allowing us to complete the experience and create realistic situations. Much of this program involves the 'shooters' learning from our goaltending instructors, what to expect from a goaltender and their tendencies in specific situations. Once a 'shooter' has learned th tactics and expectations from the perspective or the person they are trying to score on... goal scoring becomes much easier.

Expert assessment of each players technique and weight distribution providing valuable feedback that fosters the development of improved shot velocity, aim and overall control. We also evaluate each players stick to help define the perfect flex, weight and lie for maximum puck control.

Off Ice

There is specifc off ice trainng provided with different programs and others are entirely on ice. Please see program dscriptions on our website for full explanations. 

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