Boucherville – The first edition of the QMJHL goalie Camp will start on Thursday August 10th. Approximately thirty goaltenders and several goaltending coaches are expected at the Complexe 2 Glace Honco in Lévis.
Under the leadership of the Edmonton Oilers’ goaltender development coach, Sylvain Rodrigue and in collaboration with some goaltending coaches of the QMJHL, the camp aims to bring together many of QMJHL’s top prospects with a goal to develop, collaborate and exchange.
The objectives of the camp are to bring together some of the best prospects and goaltending coaches from across the League and to develop the physical, tactical and technical qualities of each one.
“Our goal is to organize a gathering to reflect on the development of masked men and to bring our goaltenders to the forefront like in the days of Patrick Roy, Martin Brodeur and others who have long been the image of Quebec hockey, ” said Martin Lavallée, Assistant to the QMJHL Commissioner.
During the 2 days, the goaltenders will benefit from conferences, video sessions and four on-ice sessions.