The Hockey Goalie's Handbook: The Authoritative Guide for Players and Coaches

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McGraw-Hill Education, Mar 18, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 256 pages

The most comprehensive guide to the art and science of goaltending

The past decade has seen a tremendous surge of interest in hockey. More colleges and universities have added programs. Hockey leagues are sprouting up in such unlikely places as Florida beach communities, New Mexico desert towns, and the Texas flatlands.

Coauthored by Jim Corsi, goaltending coach for the Buffalo Sabres, The Hockey Goalie's Handbook is the most comprehensive guide to mastering the most demanding hockey position: goalie. Drawing upon his extensive coaching experience at all levels--from peewees to pros--Corsi explores all facets of goaltending. From the psychology of being a goalie to choosing and purchasing the right equipment for an individual's style and needs, to drills for improving timing, coordination, reach, and speed, Corsi covers all the bases with invaluable advice and guidance as well as tips and techniques for aspiring goalies, parents, and hockey coaches.

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About the author (2002)

Jim Corsi is the goaltending coach for the Stanley Cup finalist Buffalo Sabres. He has more than 20 years of playing experience at hockey's elite levels, including stints as a player with three NHL teams.

John Hannon is a professor of management at the University of Buffalo, an elite youth hockey coach, and a cofounder of the World Hockey Institute.

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