Wake up, start your week, and dive into the Monday Morning GDI Goalie News! Who stopped the most shots… which netminder rebounded from a tough loss… who had the best performance of the week?Look below, get your goalie fix to start the week. Here we go!

______________________________________________________________________________________ GDI Program News


Make sure you stay sharp over the off-season by attending 1v1 lessons. The month of June is starting to fill up for 1v1 sessions at the centre. We are open from 3:30PM-9:30PM during the week and 10:00AM-3:00PM Saturday and Sunday To make sure you secure your spots throughout June we suggest signing up for your 1v1 sessions well in advance! Sign-Up-Button-GDI-Website-grey-background

GDI Off-Season Programs

With the hockey season coming to a close It's time to start planning your off-season training. GDI offers a wide variety of off-season programs.

Dan Ferguson - GDI Prairies Summer Camps - Goalie Coach Goalie Instructor Hockey WHL Junior A CanadaSummer Camps:

These are the anchor to the goaltender’s off-season development needs. These 4 or 5 day camps provide the biggest impact on goaltender performance in a short period of time. Our camps are very intense and goaltenders will conduct on-ice sessions, fitness testing, flexibility and hand eye training, classroom sessions, daily journals, off-ice dryland, comprehensive evaluation reports and much more.These spots fill up well in advance, don't miss your opportunity to train with GDI. For more information Click Here

Pre-Season Clinics:GDI Goaltending Poster 2014 2


August 24th-28th PCU Centre Five - 1 hour ice times For more information Click Here


August 31st - September 4th T.G. Smith Centre Five - 1 hour ice times For more information Click Here These spots fill up fast so don't miss your opportunity to Train Like A Pro. Email us at info@gdigoaltending.com or call us at (204) 489-7465 for more information ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Junior A News    

CFQY3f9WMAAqRz9.jpg-largeRobidoux Finishes Season As Top Dog

Zac Robidoux may have not played as much as he would’ve liked this season, but he was between the pipes when it mattered the most. Robidoux wasn’t even a member of the Portage Terriers when the season began as he was with the Medicine Hat Tigers of the Western Hockey League. A quick trade in August saw him land in Lethbridge with the Hurricanes where he stayed until early January. Upon being reassigned by the Hurricanes, Robidoux joined the Portage Terriers where he had already spent the 2013/2014 season. Robidoux was able to get into 7 of the remaining regular season games posting a solid record of 5 wins and only 1 loss. His numbers were equally impressive with a Gaa of 1.77 and Sv% of .927. Robidoux also put up one shutout in his 7 appearances. As the MJHL playoffs rolled around Robidoux was only able to get into one playoff game. He made the most of that start making 27 saves for a shutout over the Waywayseecappo Wolverines. After defeating the Steinbach Pistons in the MJHL championship series, Robidoux and the Terriers headed off to Fort McMurray, AB to compete in the Crescent Point Western Canada Cup. Robidoux was solid in two starts at the Western Canada Cup going 2-0 with wins over the Melfort Mustangs (SJHL) and the Penticton Vees (BCHL). He finished the tournament with a Gaa of 2.00 to go with a Sv% of .922. At the conclusion of the Western Canada Cup, the Terriers headed home to Portage La Prairie to host the Canadian National Junior A Championship, the RBC Cup. The Terriers were joined by the other top 4 Junior A teams in Canada, the Penticton Vees (BCHL), Melfort Mustangs (SJHL), Soo Thunderbirds (NOJHL), and the Carleton Place Canadians (CCHL). RobidouxWith the RBC Cup on the line, Robidoux had taken over the starters role going 4-0 with a Gaa of 1.75 and Sv% of .923. With the strong tournament, Robidoux found himself in net on Sunday night when the Terriers faced off against the Carleton Place Canadians in the championship game. In front of a sold out PCU Centre, Robidoux was solid making 26 saves as the Terriers cruised to a 5-2 win over the Canadians to take the RBC Cup. The Terriers also made a bit of history as they were the first MJHL team to win the RBC Cup since the 1974 Selkirk Steelers. They were also the first host team to win the RBC Cup since the 2005 Weyburn Redwings. Everyone at GDI would like to congratulate Zac on a great season and for winning the RBC Cup. Robidoux has been training with GDI for many years through 1v1 lessons and the Total GDI Academy.________________________________________________________________________________________________In The Crease

GDI Goalies Showcase Their Talent

GDI Goalies were on the ice all weekend showcasing their talent at The Rink's Showcase Exposure Combine. The weekend featured a practice run by NCAA coaches, multiple games and even a information seminar on college hockey. GDI Goalies were also put to the test Saturday morning as they worked through two GDI training and exposure sessions at The Rink. It was a great event for all of the players that participated. ______________________________________________________________________________________Question of the Week

Do you wear knee guards that are attached to your pads or separate?

Send us your answer by tweeting us (@gdigoaltending), post a comment on our instagram (gdigoaltending) or post your answer to our Facebook wall. ______________________________________________________________________________________ tweet of the week gdi goaltending From @Tyson_Terry ''The RINK 2015 Exposure Showcase and Combine was a huge success! Looking forward to next year already! #therinkgdi" The Rink Showcase 2015 Follow us on Twitter @GDIGoaltending _____________________________________________________________________________________________________


Are you looking at getting new equipment? Ask us about our Vaughn demo equipment. We have 3 different sets of Vaughn equipment that are available for you to demo during your 1v1 lesson at GDI Goaltending. From left to right: Vaughn Velocity 4 7250 (28"+1) Vaughn Velocity 5 7800 (35"+1) Vaughn Ventus LT90 (34"+2) Contact us at info@gdigoaltending.com if you have any further questions


TESTify Performance:

TESTify Performance is a new addition to GDI and The Rink. Check out Adam Jones of the Midget AAA Winnipeg Wild running through the tests of a TESTify Performance session. For more information on TESTify Performance Click Here ______________________________________________________________________________________ Tuesday Mental Training Tip GDI GoaltendingMake sure to check back at gdigoaltending.com on Tuesdays to read the Tuesday Mental Training tip. ______________________________________________________________________________________ The Weekly Word - The Rink Training Centre GDI PrairiesHead over to The Rink Training Centre Blog at www.therink.ca on Wednesday to catch THE WEEKLY WORD for all the news on the players training at the centre! Wednesday reports on players are written by The Rink's Jon Cara and Monday reports on skill development are written by The Rink's Dave Cameron. _________________________________________________________________________________________

Did we miss something? If you know something we don't or have news regarding a friend, your son or daughter, or even about your own accomplishments please let us know! We love to hear about success stories! Email us at info@gdigoaltending.com