Hockey Canada Goalie Camp

Sunday to Friday Full Day Camp

THREE AGE GROUPS: 2007-2008, 2005-2006, 2002-2004

Sample Schedule

The Hockey Canada Goaltender Development Camp is a licensed Hockey Canada program, operated by Okanagan Hockey Camps in partnership with Vaughn Goaltending.

The camp, offered in Penticton, is available by application only. This camp is designed for the most promising young goalies aged 11-17 in Western Canada. If you would like to be considered for this camp please submit a completed application.

Program Highlights:

  • Angles and crease depth
  • Save selection decision making
  • Positional and tactical skills
  • Puck tracking
  • Stopping skills and rebound control
  • Lateral and crease movement
  • Butterfly style, slides, pushes, recovery
  • Puck handling
  • Professional instruction
  • Age appropriate high level shooters
  • Game situation drills
  • 3:1 goaltender to instructor ratio
  • One-on-one interviews providing feedback and evaluation
  • 3 hours ice time daily
  • Yoga
  • Strength and conditioning to improve agility, flexibility and core strength
  • Equipment demo
  • Half Day Sunday registration

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(PLEASE NOTE: EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT DOES NOT APPLY FOR THIS CAMP)

LocationSessionBirth YearsStart DateEnd DateFee (CDN)Register
PentictonSession 12007-200807/07/201907/12/2019$1600
PentictonSession 12005-200607/07/201907/12/2019$1600
PentictonSession 12002-200407/07/201907/12/2019$1600

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