Wake up, start your week, and dive into the Monday Morning GDI Goalie News!
Who stopped the most shots… which netminder rebounded from a tough loss… who had the best performance of the week?
Look below, get your goalie fix to start the week. Here we go!
In-Season Total GDI Academy:
With the new hockey season approaching the In-Season Total GDI Academy is starting to fill up.
The In-Season Total GDI Goaltending Academy is designed to support the competitive athlete. With hectic team practice and game schedules in mind, the Academy gives goaltenders the opportunity to train before school hours to help their time management and create a positive environment to succeed at both education and hockey development. In addition to on-ice development goalies will receive video analysis to constructively critique their performance in each days on-ice topic. This overall support and mentorship will help enhance game play throughout the season.
GDI offers 3 different days for the In-Season Total Academy:
Tuesday The Rink Training Centre (NO SPOTS REMAINING)
Wednesday The Rink Training Centre (1 SPOT REMAINING)
Friday Gateway Arena (NO SPOTS REMAINING)
Spots are filling up fast with only a few remaining. Look to book your spot as soon as possible. For more on the In-Season Total GDI Academy Click Here
GDI will also be attending The Rink Training Centre's AM Skills Academy sessions throughout the season. These skates will take place at the St. Vital arena with 3 goalie spots on each ice time.
For more on The Rink Trainining Centre AM Skills Academy Click Here
BOOK YOUR 1v1 SPOTS FOR GDI OCTOBER 1v1's:
The new hockey season has arrived. Have you booked your spot for 1v1 lessons? The month of October is starting to fill up for 1v1 sessions at the centre.
We are now open from 3:30PM-9:30PM during the week, 10:00AM-3:00PM Saturday and Sunday.
To make sure you secure your spots throughout October we suggest signing up for your 1v1 sessions well in advance!
Lotz Shines In Win Over Thunderbirds
Austin Lotz was sharp for the Everett Silvertips in a 2-1 overtime win over the rival Seattle Thunderbirds.
Lots turned aside 24 shots through 3 periods and overtime. Lotz and the Silvertips also killed all 3 of the Thunderbirds power plays.
Lotz was named the game's first star for his strong performance.
A GDI staple to the training centre, Lotz has been training with the company for over 5 years now. Lotz has taken part in GDI one-on-one personal training sessions along with the Total GDI Academy in the Off-Season where he goes through 3 different types of on-ice sessions per week and three to five Off-Ice Training sessions with our partners EL1TE Performance
Verhelst Posts First Career WHL Win
Tyson Verhelst was able to secure his first career WHL win on Saturday night.
Verhelst and the Chiefs defeated the Kootenay Ice by a score of 4-3. Verhelst made 21 saves to secure the win. Verhelst and the Chiefs also killed off all 4 Kootenay power plays.
Verhelst trains regularly with GDI working through many 1v1 lessons as well as attending the Total GDI Academy during the off-season.
Dola Calms Blizzard
Hayden Dola was back between the pipes for the Selkirk Steelers when they travelled up north to take on the OCN Blizzard.
The night didn't end well for the Blizzard as they couldn't find a way to beat Dola and the Steelers. Dola finished the night with 31 saves for his first career MJHL shutout.
So far this season Dola has posted a GAA of 2.81 to go along with a Sv% of .912. Dola has a record of 5 wins and 5 losses in 10 appearances.
Dola is a regular at GDI and attends regular 1v1 lessons as well as working through the Total GDI Academy during the off-season.
Funk Blanks Lightning
Bailey Funk put on a clinic for the Eastman Selects Friday night when they took on the Interlake Lightning.
The Lightning directed 32 shots towards Funk and not a single one beat him as he posted his first shutout of the season. So far this season Funk has a record of 3-3. Funk has also posted solid numbers with a GAA of 2.00 and Sv% of .913.
In the other end was another GDI goalie in Riley Bannerman. Bannerman kept the Selects scoreless until the third period. Bannerman finished the game with 23 saves.
Both Funk and Bannerman train regularly at GDI with 1v1 lessons.
GDI Goalie Mitchel Adamyk was in at the centre this past week for a 1v1 lesson.
Adamyk is playing this season for the Winnipeg Wild of the Manitoba Provincial Midget AAA League.
So far this season Adamyk has appeared in the 3 games with a undeafeted record of 3-0. Adamyk also leads the league with a sparkling GAA of 1.00 and a SV% of .944. Adamyk has also posted 1 shutout so far this season.
Adamyk has been training with GDI for years attending countless 1v1 lessons. Adamyk has also attended GDI Prospect Clinics as well as being a student in the Total GDI Academy.
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VAUGHN EQUIPMENT DEMOS
Are you looking at getting new equipment? Ask us about our Vaughn demo equipment. We have 3 different sets of Vaughn equipment that are available for you to demo during your 1v1 lesson at GDI Goaltending.
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Vaughn Velocity 4 7250 (28"+1)
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on Wednesday to catch THE WEEKLY WORD for all the news on the players training at the centre! Wednesday reports on players are written by The Rink's Jon Cara and Monday reports on skill development are written by The Rink's Dave Cameron.
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