January 04 2018
Moose Jaw Minor Hockey is happy to provide ongoing goaltender development for the 2016-17 season. Sessions will be Thursdays 5:45 -6:45 at the Wally B Arena. Online registration will be available on this page two weeks in advance of each session.
October 19, 2017 Beginner Session
October 26, 2017 Intermediate Session
November 2, 2017 Beginner Session
November 9, 2017 Intermediate Session
November 16, 2017 Beginner Session
November 23 2017 Intermediate Session
November 30 2017 Beginners Session
December 07 2017 Intermediate Session
December 14 2017 Beginner/Intermediate Combined Session
ALL GOALIES INVITED TO DEC 14TH SESSION - SPECIAL GUEST COACH
December 21 2017 Intermediate Session
December 28 2017 Beginners Session
January 04 2018 Intermediate Session
January 11 2018 Beginners Session
January 18 2018 Intermediate Session
February 1, 2018 Combined Session REGISTER NOW
ALL GOALIES INVITED TO FEB 1ST SESSION - SPECIAL GUEST COACH
February 22, 2018 Beginner/Intermediate Session - Final Session of the season REGISTER NOW
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Dave Beisal was born in Sylvan Lake, Alberta. He played minor hockey there as well, and continues to enjoy the game. In 2006 Dave earned his interprovincial journeyman certificate in plumbing and gas fitting from Red Deer college. He is currently owner and operator of JMC Mechanical in Moose Jaw. Dave moved to Moose Jaw with his wife Jena, and son Cameron who was 2 at the time. Their daughter Mya was born in Moose Jaw in 2010.
Dave has been involved in Moose Jaw minor hockey for 6 years as head coach, assistant coach and goalie coach. He has recently earned his development 1 coaching certificate and will move on to the high performance 1 course to continue to learn valuable information and knowledge of the sport. Dave's son began to show serious interest in the Goaltender position while in initiation hockey. He began to learn as much as he possibly could at that time to help his son develop and realized the technicality and mental strength required of this position. Dave has spent endless hours on ice, and off ice working on goalie development and ways to help these young goaltenders both mentally and physically, and is excited and grateful for this opportunity to help develop these kids on the ice and have a positive and memorable experience.