A verbal summary of how the ice went - any issues, and points to remember for next time, if the coaches knew you were coming and were prepared etc., if you didn't get to any drills or only part of a drill so we can finish the drill next time
List Parents/coaches who attended the ice time so we can remember their names for next time: Doug D, April Corasiniti, Hall Noble, Mike Smith, Paul Comessotti and Carl Caldwell.
Ice Summary as Follows: Date: Mon Dec 3 - 5:30-6:45pm, Arena Location Goalies - # of Goalies attended: (names and ages of goalies) - any goalies late or not there who were supposed to be there Instructors: List goalie instructors
Drills/Skills worked on: - Goalie warm-up - Orbit Tag - Goalie Stance Review - Goalie Skating Review - Shuffles, T-pushes, C-Cut (Between the Bluelines) - Goalie Movement - Post and Out for Shot, and Post to Post and Out for Shot (Progression) - Goalie Ring Distribution- Glove and One Hand on Stick
Key Points For Group (try to word in a positive manner - i.e. "Remember to...", "Keep working on..."): - Continue to work on keeping sticks on the ice during movement - Remember to keep gloves up and out when dropping into the butterfly - Keep working on having body square during movement (specifially t-pushes) - When butterflying - drive knees into ice for a faster butterfly - quicker coverage of the lower part of the net - it will help with the squeakers! Remember to lean forward towards the shot
Individual Points (try to word in a positive manner - i.e. "Remember to...", "Keep working on..."): Lynn - Good technique demoing for the U14s – great role model - Kept in control when moving side to side - Like your aggressiveness and you push out to the shooter - Remember to keep your inside foot on the goal line when hugging the post - easier to push out into a T-push with that lead foot - Good job picking up the quick ring distribution and starting to distribute in the spot at the bottom of the crease that allows the shooter to decide if they want to go behind the net or curl up
Sarah - Great size - Remember to stay in control when moving laterally – gets there quickly – but sometimes continues to slide out of position - Keep working on staying in the crease leaning towards the shooter when making a save - sliding out to the side to make a save will open her up to getting burnt on fakes - Great communication - Good quick ring toss, keep working on the backhand to get nice and flat
Tara - Moves well laterally – remember to lead with hands when t pushing side to side - Great communication - Good ring distribution - Picks things up quickly and puts into practice right away - Nice challenge pushing out from post - might open her up to rebounds just outside the crease but when the shooters get better, she'll be consistent making that first save and moves well to the rebound - Sometimes keeps her glove pointed down - remember to make a target the whole time, especially when moving before the shot
Haylie - Remember to keep knees bent – this will help you keep your stick on the ice - Keep working on staying square to the shooter - Good job improving your butterfly and getting up with the correct (outside leg) - Keep working on the goalie movements - shuffle, t-push, good hard c-cuts so can stay in goalie stance the whole time, hands up and out towards the shooter, stick out from toes - Worked really hard to put the new tips into practice right away - keep remembering them and working on them in practice
Cassie - Great positioning in the net - Remember to keep your glove out in front of you - Great communication - Remember to lead with your gloves when t pushing side to side- good energy in net, very willing to try any new pointer right away- keep working on the quick toss and backhand so nice and low to the ice, flat tosses
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