1. 5: Hans Skulstad

    Hans Skulstad is a sports psychology consultant and licensed marriage and family therapist who is with the Center for Sports and the Mind in Minneapolis.

    He discusses the importance of mental strength training for goalies and how he can help them perform at a high level on a consistent basis.

    He also talks about why goalies need a “developmentally competitive mindset” and the traits that successful goalies have including the ability to rebound and bounce back after giving up a goal.

    Hans also shares tips for goalies parents on how they can best support their son or daughter.

  2. 4: Mike Snee

    Mike Snee is the executive director of College Hockey Inc., an organization that encourages elite players to pursue a college hockey career.

    He discusses why it’s so important for these players to spend time on campus and be a part of a NCAA Division I men’s hockey program before moving on to play professionally.

    Snee also tells us which state produces the most male college hockey players as well as how many goalies in the NHL in 2014-15 played college puck.

  3. 3: Steve DeBus

    Steve DeBus was one of the top goalies to ever play for the University of Minnesota men’s hockey team. Following his impressive collegiate career, the Rochester, Minnesota native went on to play professionally for parts of six seasons.

    Debus was also part of one of the most unusual and memorable plays in college hockey history. He was the goalie who gave up a lacrosse style goal to Michigan’s Mike Legg in the 1996 NCAA Tournament. The videotape replay of the goal quickly became an Internet sensation and has been viewed by hundreds of thousands of people.

    Steve discusses his hockey career, what he remembers about that historic goal, what happened when he saw Legg’s stick on display at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto and what he’s up to today.

  4. 2: Justin Goldman

    One of the country’s most passionate and knowledgeable experts on goalie development is Justin Goldman of The Goalie Guild.

    He talks about Minnesota goalie development and what they are doing in Finland to train their goalies.

    Justin also tells us about his new nonprofit organization that’s designed to educate, elevate and support underprivileged and under-educated goalies and goalie coaches.

  5. 1: Shane Frederick

    Hockey writer Shane Frederick from the Mankato Free Press gives us the inside scoop on Coach Mike Hastings and Minnesota State Mankato men’s hockey team which has been tabbed to repeat as WCHA regular season champions. Also we will hear about the begining of a new era on the women’s side as John Harrington of 1980 “Miracle on Ice” fame takes over as head coach.