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Effort is given. Work is sacrifice.

PUSH off-season training

(all groups are full, but you may still apply to potentially become an alternate).

Small group goalie training with athletes that want to PUSH each other.  Weekly on-ice sessions in the spring and summer for goalies with long term development goals.  Our unique training environment and supremely experienced coaches make this program the premier option for goalie specific training in the upper Midwest. 

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Notable PUSH alumni:

  • ​Charlie Lindgren -Washington Capitals

  • Jaxson Stauber -Rockford IceHogs AHL

  • Zach Driscoll -Indy Fuel ECHL

  • Maggie Malecha -U of St. Thomas

  • Jack Stark -Yale Bulldogs

  • Louden Hogg -Holy Cross

  • Skylar Vetter -U of Minnesota

  • Josh Weyandt -College Student/Goalcrease coach

  • Lukas Haugen -St. Olaf/Analyst at J.P. Morgan

  • Maddie Rooney -Gold Medalist & college coach

  • Joe Howe -Yale Men's Hockey assistant coach

  • Derek Bishop -Goalcrease coach

  • Andrew Rohkohl -Engineer at 3M

  • Julie Friend -Athletics Administrator & Sports Broadcaster

  • Sam Goetsch -CPA

  • Alex Schilling -Air Force Second Lieutenant

  • Michael Shibrowski -Business Executive

  • Anna Goldstein -Medical Student

  • Keegan Odell -Software developer

  • Jordan Moran -Analyst for Target Corp.


 

Mission

To create a positive energy based training experience with the hardest working athletes that we can find. Athletes are selected from an application process based more on  attitude and character rather than ability. Talent has very little to do with it. We want to train the goalies that are going to improve the most. 

Training Priorites

The Mindset

Growth, Competitiveness, & Adaptability

Skating

Dynamic and Athletic

Puck Stopping

Versatility

Puck Possession

Skating and stick skills that lead

to making more plays outside the crease.

Goalcrease PUSH group goalie training
  • Schedules will be published after the groups are set

  • Weekday ice times

  • Evenings in the spring

  • Afternoons in the summer

  • Participants should try to attend 12 sessions (about 16 will be offered)

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