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  1. Hey Guys.I’m working with a goalie coach from the qmjhl here in Quebec and we were discussing various techniques. He has heard very little about the double seal and not sure about it’s technical breakdown. I tried looking on the internet for videos but couldn’t find anything good. Would you have anything you could share with me weather or be a video or technical breakdown? Really appreciate if you can! Thanks About double seal: Russian goalies use it a lot. I know Carter Hart talked about incorporating it in his game as well. Basically wide butterfly with skates on both posts when
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  2. A few folks wanted to take a look at some of my off ice routines... I'll put some stuff together here. Disclaimer: I am not a doctor, physical therapist, or in any related industry. I've put together this stuff through some research, trial and error, and talking to various health professionals. Some of my ideas may not be correct, and I am not claiming to be an authority on the subject. Recommended tools: Lacrosse ball Balance Pad Foam roller Resistance Bands Yoga/Stretch Strap Intro: For most of us on this board, hockey has more or less fa
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  3. Thanks for the pic! For all of us who are short, Dobby did it a ton during the playoffs at only 5’10’’ so flexibility is the major underlying component. I heard the term double seal on the ingoal magazine podcast as used by Carter Hart to describe this technique
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  4. i tried it and i felt like i broke something so i havent tried it since but it requires immense flexibility. I know Varlamov and Vasilevskiy do it a lot, its very much a flexibility thing. Ive got a bigger frame (6"1.5, 175 pounds was what I came up as recently) and I struggle a lot with it. If you can efficently transfer in and out of basically a split when youre in the RVH its a huge thing you can add to your game but if you try it when you either arent warmed up or arent very flexible youre definetley going to pull or hurt something in your body.
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  5. It's Brian's version of the 90 deg. It does not really feel perfectly like a 580, but it's fantastic. contact @TGC Devin and ask for my glove. They have the order and can help with it. Here's more info on the glove:
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  6. Don't think I've heard of the term "double seal" before. But if it's just like you said and keeping both skates on their respective posts when the play is behind the net, then I think I know what you're talking about. It's a technique that requires a good amount of flexibility, core strength, and the gift of height. Being able to cover both sides while simultaneously being fluid and upright takes a lot of effort that, I think at least, should only be practiced once you have a decent grasp on RVH post play. I have a strong down game and am very comfortable in the RVH, but I don't have
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  7. welcome to the forums, he gets a custom 90 degree break on his TGN Spec Optik 2. Meant to replicate a 580 but it isnt quite. @TheGoalNet anything else to add about it that I missed?
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  8. Olkaa hyvä. (=You're welcome) ☺️ Thought I'd add a few pictures of a floating T here too. Someone was wondering how they should do the boot with floating T. Well it's just how nice you want it to look. Make a web as simple as possible, it's actually only the one seam between the sides that needs something else than following those rules you had. Or, you might go with "single lace" around the whole pocket. Begin as usual from either side, extend the lace in the boot area with a simple knot or what is preferred: (I wouldn't suggest to use one lace for the whole job, that woul
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