By  On October 10, 2013 {Ty Edmonds is off to a great start in his young Western Hockey League career. The Prince George Cougars rookie was named the Vaughn Canadian Hockey League today Goaltender of the Week after posting a 2-1-0-0 record that included two shutout wins, a microscopic 0.34 goals-against-average and a near-perfect save percentage of .988. InGoal caught up with Edmonds after winning the Vaughn CHL Goaltender of the Week award to talk about his sizzling start, and quickly discovered that familiarity with his new goaltending coach has helped with the adjustment from Junior A in Manitoba, to Major Junior in northern British Columbia. Edmonds said he works with GDI back home in Manitoba, particularly with Dan Ferguson who is the goalie coach for Steinbach Pistons in the MJHL, and Ryan Cyr, who doubles as the goalie coach for Spokane Chiefs in the WHL. His new goalie consultant in Prince George, Justin Cardinal, works at GDI Alberta. “He’s close with the guys I work with back home and teaches the same type of technique, same type of systems, same type of movements GDI at home implements for me, so it’s really easy for me to adjust because he’s teaching me everything that I’ve already been taught,” Edmonds said, adding he has worked with GDI in Manitoba for “six or seven” years. ”So it’s basically like working with the guys back home, and he’s helped me out a lot, we go over film when he’s here. So I have them to lean on back home, and now I have him to lean on here.”} For more on this article Click Here.