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Gold in the Net is always updating and implementing new programming each year. As the game evolves, so do we with the latest in styles and technique. Stay on top of your child’s development with Gold in the Net!
Nathan Peters had a strong game last night stopping 28 of the 29 shots he faced to allow the Brockville Tikis the chance to win and clinch a playoff spot!
The following was taken from the Brockville Recorder & Times
By Steve Pettibone, Sports Editor
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 11:53:43 EST PM
The Brockville Tikis capped one of the most remarkable comeback stories in the history of their league by clinching a playoff berth Wednesday night at the Memorial Centre.
With a hard-fought 2-1 win over the South Grenville Rangers, Brockville’s EOJHL Jr. B entry nailed down a playoff spot in the Rideau Division.
Perhaps as importantly, they also may have erased the last vestiges of a painful, one-win season in 2011-2012.
“It means a lot for a lot of the guys who were here last year,” Tikis captain John Keane said following the win.
Keane was with last year’s team for several weeks, then played for the Westport Rideaus in the playoffs.
As such, the towering defenceman knows plenty about what it means to qualify for the playoffs and what it takes to win once you get there.
“I got some good experience and learned what it takes in the playoffs,” said Keane of his time with the Rideaus, one of three teams the Tikis could end up facing in this year’s first round.
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We will be holding a Mini Camp during the week of March Break. The camp will consist of 4 intense on ice version of our summer camps and two classroom sessions. A perfect time of the year for a goaltender to train hard and make a push for upcoming spring tryouts.
Regular, Intermediate, Advanced and Elite programs available.
Visit our March Break Mini Camp page for more info.
We have set aside dates and times for the 2013 Winter Group Training Sessions. These sessions will help goaltenders through troubled areas, ensure strong techniques while giving them positive feedback and encouragement in a fun and relaxed but professional atmosphere. Review the schedules below and see how they fit with your own hockey schedule.
If interested in participating, contact us to let us know which schedule works best for you as there is only room for 4 goalies per group in a 1:2 guaranteed instructor/student ratio. A minimum of 2 goalies is required for the session to be a go.