The first annual Jamie Storr Goalie School will be held at the Toyota Sports Center, the home training facility of the Los Angeles Kings, on April 28-29 (pre-tryout camp) and July 23-27.
Storr played nine seasons with the Kings, after being drafted seventh overall in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft, playing for the Kings through 2003, finishing his Kings career with an 85-78-21 mark with a 2.52 GAA and 16 shutouts.
The camp will help each and every goalie reach their highest potential, whether that is pursuing a career professionally or just having fun. It is open to each and every goalie (aged seven and up), whetherthe goalie isjust starting out or a seasoned veteran, any one can sharpen their skills and continue learning and evolving with today's ever changing game of hockey.
The program will not only work on ice with goalie instructors, but with shooting instructors and have one station using a Boni puck machine, used to sharpen reflexes.
The camp will also feature off-ice conditioning as well as video sessions daily that will show the goalies how they are progressing thru the week. The on-ice goalie instructors will wear full gear, showing students the proper movement at each station and giving students a chance to see visually what the proper movements look like.
Guest appearances at the camp will feature Rob Blake, Mathieu Schneider, Glen Murray, Craig Johnson and Nelson Emerson throughout the week will allow our goalies to meet some of the NHL Greats Jamie has had the pleasure of playing with. In addition, Andy Nowicki, NHL goaltending coach, will work with students at the camp. For more information, www.jamiestorrgoalieschool.com