In this in-depth tutorial, Goalie Coach Joey Ali of Proalie/PFGS and his goalie assistant break down the correct movements to master the subtle, yet effective movement of the wrist.
Goalie Coach Joey Ali of Proali/PFGS breaks down his first of three key eye tracking techniques for goalies: visual attachment. Find out what that means and how to master it in this short video.
Goalie Coach Joey Ali of Proalie/PFGS shows us how to correctly vision check or lead the play, the second in his three-part series on key eye tracking techniques for goalies.
In the last part of his three-part series on goaltender tracking habits, Goalie Coach Joey Ali of Proalie/PFGS stresses the final piece of the puzzle: mastering your visual lead to make an accurate push for the save.
Every coach and player is always in search of more offence. But where does offence start? In general terms, offence starts with how you manage the puck in the offensive zone. The key is having a plan that forces the other team to defend while allowing your team to stay patient and pounce on scoring chances.
It seems in today’s game that young player’s are treated more and more like tiny professionals. Go to an atom practice and it’s not unusual to see coaches instructing their players on the finer details of complex systems that they’ve picked up watching NHL games.
Coach Joey Ali from Proformance Goalie Schools, with goalie Jordan, sets up a series of possible shot angles to demonstrate how to use the REVERSE VH and make on-ice pushes off the post when players are in close for immediate threat.
Coach Joey Ali from Proformance Goalie Schools breaks down the REVERSE VH, a relatively new technique to stop short angle shots and jam plays.
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