|2/9/2017||Nathan Erickson||Dodge County||Squirt C Blue||Austin||2-0|
|2/5/2017||Jackson Roethler||Dodge County||Squirt A||New Prague||3-0|
|2/4/2017||Max Lulf||Dodge County||Squirt B||Chisago Lakes||1-0|
|2/1/2017||Carter Bebee||Dodge County||Pee Wee C||Rochester||8-0|
|1/22/2017||Timothy Wolfe||Dodge County||Bantam B1||Owatonna||5-0|
|1/21/2017||Ben Nelson||Dodge County||Pee Wee B||White Bear Lake||2-0|
|1/18/2017||Courtney Stagman||Dodge County||Pee Wee A||Rochester||10-0|
|1/8/2017||Caitlin Bebee||Dodge County||Girls 12U B||Waseca||5-0|
|1/7/2017||Carter Bebee||Dodge County||Pee Wee C||St. Paul Sibley||5-0|
|12/31/2016||Carter Bebee||Dodge County||Pee Wee C||Albert Lea||9-0|
|12/30/2016||Courtney Stagman||Dodge County||Pee Wee A||Albert Lea||9-0|
|12/27/2016||Courtney Stagman||Dodge County||Pee Wee A||New Prague||4-0|
|12/17/2016||Caitlin Bebee||Dodge County||Girls 12U B||Rochester||7-0|
|12/15/2016||Timothy Wolfe||Dodge County||Bantam B1||Owatonna||5-0|
|12/13/2016||Kiley Buer||Dodge County||Girls 10U B||Owatonna||6-0|
|12/11/2016||Max Lulf||Dodge County||Squirt B||Mankato Black||6-0|
|12/11/2016||Carter Bebee||Dodge County||Pee Wee C||Albert Lea||3-0|
|12/10/2016||Ben Nelson||Dodge County||Pee Wee B||Omaha, NE||5-0|
|12/9/2016||Kiley Buer||Dodge County||Girls 10U B||Rochester||0-0|
|12/9/2016||Carter Bebee||Dodge County||Pee Wee C||Northfield||9-0|
|12/4/2016||Courtney Stagman||Dodge County||Pee Wee A||Waseca||12-0|
|12/3/2016||Caitlin Bebee||Dodge County||Girls 12U B||Rochester||4-0|
|12/3/2016||Kiley Buer||Dodge County||Girls 10U B||Cottage Grove||7-0|
|11/27/2016||Kiley Buer||Dodge County||Girls 10U B||Austin||3-0|
|11/26/2016||Ben Nelson||Dodge County||Pee Wee B||Rochester Gold||5-0|
|11/26/2016||Caitlin Bebee||Dodge County||Girls 12U B||Rochester||13-0|
|11/22/2016||Carter Bebee||Dodge County||Pee Wee C||Austin||10-0|
|11/20/2016||Max Lulf||Dodge County||Squirt B||Owatonna Blue||0-0|
|11/20/2016||Ben Nelson||Dodge County||Pee Wee B||Owatonna||10-0|
|11/19/2016||Carter Bebee||Dodge County||Pee Wee C||Bolingbrook||9-0|
|10/13/2016||Caitlin Bebee||Dodge County||Girls 12U B||Owatonna||4-0|
|11/13/2016||Jackson Roethler||Dodge County||Squirt A||Northfield||5-0|
|11/12/2016||Max Lulf||Dodge County||Squirt B||Albert Lea||2-0|
|11/6/2016||Carter Bebee||Dodge County||Pee Wee C||La Crescent||8-0|
|10/30/2016||Jackson Roethler||Dodge County||Squirt A||Burnsville||2-0|
|10/30/2016||Carter Bebee||Dodge County||Pee Wee C||Albert Lea||5-0|
|10/31/2015||Carter Bebee||Dodge County||PeeWee C||Albert Lea|
|11/14/2015||Maksim Lulf||Dodge County||Squirt B||Mankato Black|
|12/5/15||Maksim Lulf||Dodge County||Squirt B||Albert Lea|
|12/6/15||Maksim Lulf||Dodge County||Squirt B||Red Wing|
|12/19/15||Sam Knowlton||Dodge County||Squirt B||Winona|
|12/20/15||Sam Knowlton||Dodge County||Squirt B||Albert Lea|
|2/6/16||Maksim Lulf||Dodge County||Squirt B||Rochester Gold|
Developing a Dynamic Warm Up Routine for your Goalie
Coach Steve Carroll working with goalies at MInnesota Hockey's Dave Peterson Reebok High Performance Goalie Camp.
It’s that time of year when youth hockey teams have been selected and games and practices have started.
It’s also the time of year when people begin to realize whether or not coaches are making an effort to improve the individual skills of the goalies on their teams. In a lot of cases, nothing is being done to help the goalies.
Throughout the year, I am invited to speak about goaltending at several USA Hockey coaching clinics.
My message to coaches is always crystal clear.
Coaches need to change the way they currently do business and work to make goalies first. They need to break out of their comfort zone, so goalie development becomes a priority and not an after thought.
I often wonder why is it that hockey goalies – arguably the most important players on a team – receive the least amount of coaching.
There are a variety of reasons for this. Many youth hockey coaches know very little about the goalie position or perhaps more importantly, take the time to get up to speed on what they can do to assist in the development of their goalies.
Common reasons (excuses) given for this are the coach never played the position, they don’t understand the latest goalie techniques, they have to worry about 15 other players, they don’t want to mess up a goalie who is working with a private goalie coach, or they assume their goalies get all the position-specific coaching they need at in-season goalie clinics or summer goalie schools they may or may not attend.
Therefore, adults often coach in their comfort zone, spending countless hours on Russian circles, breakouts, systems and power plays while basically ignoring the development of their goalies. They hope that somehow the goalies magically improve and become that much-needed difference-maker in big games. Unfortunately, it doesn’t usually work that way.
Some hockey associations turn to outside goalie development providers to work with their goalies. This is certainly a step in a right direction. However, this should not be a reason to ignore goalies during team practices because of the feeling that goalies will get their “individual skill work” during weekly goalie clinics.
Constructive use practice time, in addition to any goalie clinic an association may or may not offer, is a key part of goalie development.
Figuring out how to coach goalies can be a challenging and intimidating aspect of the job for many head coaches. However, it doesn’t have to be.
Here are some goalie coaching tips that can help: