Goalie Development Sessions, News (Northumberland Minor Hockey)

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Goalie Development Sessions
Submitted By Michelle Brown on Monday, September 11, 2017
We are thrilled to announce that Dan Stewart of CT Crease will be back with the NMHA this year running the Goalie Development sessions.

Our young goalies are very fortunate to get to work with Dan, as he brings a level of skill and experience that is outmatched!

There is no need to register, just show up, ready to work hard and have fun!

For those of you who don't know Dan, let me tell you a little about him.

Dan Stewart was born and raised in Northumberland, and played minor hockey for Port Hope. After minor hockey, he moved on to the Cobourg Cougars, London Knights, and Saint Mary's University before moving to Connecticut to start his goalie school, CT Crease.

In 2009, Dan moved back to Northumberland and after working with both Cobourg and Port Hope Minor Hockey, Dan is now entering his third year as Head of Goalie Development for NMHA.

When Dan is not busy helping our young goalies, he is the goalie coach of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL), UOIT Ridgebacks Men's team, as well as the Durham West Jr Lightning of the PWHL.

We are so very grateful to have a coach of Dan's caliber within our organization.

All Goalie Development sessions will be held at the Memorial on the following Sunday evenings:

September 17th ,24th
October 1st, 15th,29th
November 5th,12th,19th
December 10th,17th
January 7th,14th, 21st

5-6pm - Minor Peewee Rep and below  
             - Atom House League and below

6-7pm - Major Peewee Rep and above
             - Peewee House League and above


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