Join former NHL goaltender Nolan Schaefer for the first ever Clear Sight Development Goalie Camp in New Hampshire!!! With over 12yrs of professional playing experience, Nolan will introduce young goaltenders to a new way of seeing the game of hockey. He will show them why training with “Clear Sight” will make a difference.
This two day camp FOR ALL AGES will consist of new goalie theory, video, and on ice fundamentals that will give any goaltender the best foundation to begin or continue their dreams of playing hockey. Campers will be decided into age groups to best suit their development And of coarse a lot of FUN is included!!!
August 7th & 8th
12:45pm - Drop off
1:00pm - Video and Introduction
2:00pm - 2:30pm - Movement Training
2:30pm - 330pm - Station Training
3:45pm- 4:45pm - Off Ice Training
5:00pm - Pick Up
PLYMOUTH STATE UNIVERSITY ARENA
129 NH 175 A.
Please feel free to contact us for more information on our Private or Semi- Private Lessons.
Email us at clearsightHD@gmail.com or call 203-499-8794
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Start your young goalie training the right way. With combined 30yrs of professional playing experience Steve and Nolan will teach the fundamentals that will help your child get the most out of the position of goaltending.
This camp is for the Elite goaltender playing AAA or Tier 1 hockey, also any goalies wanting to become Elite. Goalies will be grouped based on their skill level in order to find the best development for each individual. If you are inspired to make it to the next level, and are serious about goaltending, then this is the camp for you. We pride ourselves in using the best schooters including Prep School, and Division 1 to challenge our goalies to rise to the occasion.
Schedule is as follows:
8:00am - Video
9:00am - 10:30am - On Ice Training
11:00am - 12:00pm - Off Ice Training
Pick up to follow.
Emmy winning analyst Steve Valiquette dives into the Data behind hockey today. As seen on "Vallys View" on MSG, Steve will bring insights gathered from an extensive database in a one day symposium. He will touch on such topics as , Goalie Perspective, Data Insights, Ranger Rankings, and Hockey Development. If you are a player, coach, or hockey enthusiast you do not want to miss this event!!! Sign up today!!! Space limited.
Vally has been like a big brother to me for as long as I can remember, I don’t know where I’d be without his help. He hasn’t only made me a considerably better goaltender but also a better person. He’s much more then just a great hockey player, He’s a great guy.
I have known Steve since we played junior hockey together over 15 years ago, I also played against him in the NHL, and shot for him when he was taking his summer goalie lessons. During this time I always found Steve’s competitive spirit and positive attitude, on and off the ice, to be both an inspiration to me and a direct path for all of his successes. Steve’s passion for hockey mixed with his cheerful personality make him an ideal mentor for any young goaltender looking to grow as a goalie, and also as a person.
I had the opportunity to work with Steve Valiquette during his time with the New York Rangers. He was the consummate professional. There was never a task too big nor too small for him to take on, and he always worked with the team’s best interests in mind. On a personal level, he is one of the finest individuals I have had the chance to deal with, and I am glad that I am able to call him my friend.
I’m lucky to have had the opportunity to work with Steve during my first pro season. Through his guidance, I’ve developed a more consistent game with increased confidence. His knowledge and experience of the goaltending position is second to none. With Steve, I have developed more patience and awareness in my game. He recognizes that every goalie is unique and contains a different skill set. With this, he has progressively developed and maintained both the strengths and weaknesses in my game. He also has presented me with new and useful ideas that I have adopted into my play. The goaltending position is constantly evolving and Steve has the vision and foresight to keep you ahead of the game.
Now 12 years old, our son has played hockey for 8 years. Ever since he first stepped on the ice, he wanted to be a goalie. He started playing at the Mite level in a local Tier 4 program. We quickly realized that goalie training at many organizations was not a priority and began to seek out additional training. After his second Mite season, we discovered Steve Valiquette’s Goalie School and our son really flourished. After that first year at camp, our son has gone back each year. He continues to learn and improve his techniques every year. He has been able to apply what he has learned at camp to his everyday play and now plays at the AAA level. He applies the skills Steve teaches during practice and in games. We feel certain that, without Steve’s hands-on, positive approach to coaching, our son would not be playing at the level he is today. Steve is truly an inspiration and his genuine desire for all students to be the best that they can be is a life-lesson that students can carry over to their day-to-day lives. Steve instills in his students that it’s okay to “dream big” and that they can be and do anything that they set out to achieve. We highly recommend Steve Valiquette’s Goalie School, as well as the private lessons he offers, to anyone who wants to keep getting better and better.