I think you understand by now that this opportunity is not for the wannabe’s it is for the goalies who are determined to succeed and see just how far working hard on the right things will take them.
You Won’t All Make It To The NHL…
I’m not going to tell you that you will make it to the NHL even if you want it THAT bad and do all the right things. So let’s say you fall short and end up with an NCAA scholarship or playing a full career in the OHL - would that be so bad?
Don’t waste your time thinking about it and wish for only to realize it is too late.
Don’t wait until you are trying out for that Jr. B team only to see the best goalies in the two neighboring leagues also at the training camp fighting for the exact same spot.
Instead of being prepared to make that next step forward and stepping onto the ice with confidence, you are worried about embarrassing yourself in front of the coaches, the GM and potential teammates because you can’t even do 8 perfect chin ups and by the end of the first on-ice session your legs are burning so bad that you are a useless pylon during the first scrimmage.
That hard work you put in (or what you thought was hard work) did not pay off and now you are back to square one.
This doesn’t have to happen to you.
Before I send you to the application - yes, there is an application, this program is not for all comers - you need to convince me that you are the right fit - I want to let you know the cost up front because if you don’t have the money for the program, then I don’t want you trying to over-extend yourself to pursue this opportunity, you will need to find another way.
WARNING: This program is not for everyone. If you think all you need to do is pay for the program and your SV% will instantly soar beyond 0.93…this isn’t the opportunity for you. This is for goalies who are prepared to do what needs to be done day after day working on the big things and the little things that will help you achieve your goals.