Attention Goalies - Enroll in Oakridge goalie clinics by Snipe Academy’s Goalie Project - STARTS SOON
Wonderful Goalies and Fellow Goalie Parents – We are excited to once again announce a series of goalie clinics, offered exclusively to Oakridge goalies.
The one-hour clinics will be run by Snipe Academy’s Goalie Project
(Head Coach Brendan O’Neill), and will feature drills and feedback designed for your goalie’s development. Snipe Academy has an excellent track record of developing goalies of all age groups and levels, and Oakridge hopes to show its commitment to its valued netminders.
The bi-weekly sessions will be held on Tuesdays (exact dates below) at 6:00pm, at Oakridge Arena, and will cost $40 per session ($400 total for 10 sessions). This cost is greatly discounted relative to comparable goalie clinics (typically $80+++ per session).
Our first session will be Tuesday, October 10 at 6:00pm.
Registration can be found here: https://page.hockeycanada.ca/page/hc/ohf/alliance-hockey/greater-london-hockey-association/glha-oakridge/participant/1ecdeab4-bf30-6fca-bbe6-02f1899482f4 (scroll down to ‘Goalie Development’)
Registration spots will be limited – last season registration was full. Please register as soon as possible. Registration is for all nine sessions. If you are unable to attend a session, we will do our best to match someone from the waitlist.
Our hope is to give your goalie the development instruction they need and a sense of community with other goalies in the association.
Brendan O’Neill has seven years of professional goalie coaching experience, and he’s worked with a wide array of netminders, from the beginner levels to the semi-pro ranks. O’Neill was a goaltender himself for three seasons in the OHL and another five seasons in the OUA.
EXACT DATES all at 6pm at Oakridge Arena:
Tuesday October 10
Tuesday October 24
Tuesday November 14
Tuesday November 28
Tuesday December 12
Tuesday January 2
Tuesday January 16
Tuesday January 30
Tuesday February 13
Tuesday February 27
If you have any questions or concerns – please feel free to email [email protected].