Contact

Jamie McCaig 
ATC Goaltending 
admin@atcgoaltending.com 
780-289-5450 

Daily Schedule - Aug 22-24, 2020

Progression: Intermediate

Power Skating                      9:15-10:15AM

Off Ice                                  10:30-11:15AM

Lecture/Lunch                      11:30AM - 12:15PM

On Ice Skill Session             1-2PM

Progression: Advanced 

Power Skating                      10:30 - 11:30AM

Off Ice                                  11:45 - 12:30PM

Lecture/Lunch                      12:45 - 1:30PM

On Ice Skill Session             2:15-3:15PM


STAFF PROFILES

Jamie McCaig - Owner ATC Goaltending

Jamie enjoyed a successful junior hockey career with the Prince George Spruce Kings (BCHL), Penticton Panthers (BCHL) and the Merritt Centennials (BCHL). After concluding his junior career, Jamie went on to play for Brandon University Bobcats (CIS) and the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns (CIS). After completing his Bachelor of Arts Degree at the University of Lethbridge, Jamie went on to play professionally for the Anchorage Aces (WCHL) and Victoria Salmon Kings (ECHL). Jamie has been instructing goaltenders for the past 20 years, while still playing he worked for the Goaltender Development Institute (GDI) for current NHL (Columbus) goalie coach Ian Clark. In the fall of 2006 after finishing his playing career, Jamie joined Dave Rathjen at ATC Goaltending where he is now a co-owner.  Jamie is currently the goalie coach for the Spruce Grove Saints (AJHL), Merritt Centennials (BCHL) as well as the former goalie coach of the Kootenay Ice (WHL).

Dave Rathjen - Co-Owner ATC Goaltending

Dave grew up playing AAA hockey in Penticton, B.C. before going on to a successful junior career in the WHL and BCHL. After junior, he attended the University of Alberta and played for the Golden Bears Hockey Program winning the CIS National Championship in 2005 where he graduated with his Bachelor of Physical Education Degree with a minor in sports management. After a brief stint in the UHL Dave turned his focus to coaching goaltenders full time.  Dave has been instructing goalies for the past 17 years and has gained a wealth of knowledge along his journey. Dave is currently the goalie coach for Swift Current (WHL), Univ of Alberta Golden Bears and Pandas (USport) as well as NAIT Womens Hockey Team (ACAC).

 

Allen York

Allen played 2 years in the AJHL for the Camrose Kodiaks where he won back to back AJHL championships and back to back Doyle Cups. Allen then went on to play 3 years for the RPI Engineers (NCAA Div 1). After leaving RPI Allen had a very successful 6 year pro career where he played in the NHL with Columbus as well as 5 seasons in the AHL/ECHL. Allen played for the 2013 Team Canada Spengler Cup as well as representing Canada as well in the 2008 World Jr A Challenge.  Allen is currently the Goalie coach/assistant Coach Northern Alberta Xtreme hockey academy (CSSHL) and the Camrose Kodiaks (AJHL)

Ty Rimmer

Ty joined ATC in the summer of 2019 and has been with us full time since then.  Ty started his goalie coaching career after a very successful playing career starring in the WHL and playing 6 season professionally in AHL, ECHL and in Europe!  Ty is currently the goalie coach for the Leduc Midget AAA Team (AMHL) as well as the CAC Bantam AAA (AMBHL) team.

 
Rhys Hadfield 

Rhys has been working with ATC since 2010 and before that he was a student with ATC from first-year midget till he finished his Jr career. Rhys played Jr A hockey in Grande Prairie (AJHL), Nanaimo (BCHL) and St Albert (AJHL) and just finished his education degree at Concordia Univ where he played 4 years for the Concordia Thunder (ACAC). Rhys has a passion for the technical side of playing goal and is always on the cutting edge of new technical advancements within the position.  Rhys is currently the goalie coach for Concordia Thunder (ACAC).

 

Chris Noble

Chris has been working with ATC since 2007 where he has brought energy and enthusiasm to each session he is on ice for.  Chris played for 3 seasons in the WHL for the Kelowna Rockets and currently teaches Grade 5 in Beaumont. Chris works in an on ice lead role during all ATC MHA clinics and can be heard on ice during each 1on1 session with his infectious enthusiasm.

 Tanner McCorriston

Tanner is one of the original ATC clients and has now been instructing for the past 7 years.  Tanner recently completed a very successful Jr A career finishing with the Whitecourt Wolverines of the AJHL.  Tanner is in his third year of playing and studying at Concordia College of Edmonton (ACAC). Tanner has been the goalie coach for the St Albert Bantam AAA team the past 2 seasons as well as working with several other AA and AAA teams in the greater Edmonton Area.

 

Where

Terwillegar Rec Ctr 
2051 Leger Rd NW
Edmonton, AB T6R 0R9
 

 
Driving Directions 
 

ATC Goaltending Summer Goalie Camp

 Edmonton, AB - Aug 22-24, 2020

LOCATION: TERWILLEGAR REC CTR

INTERMEDIATE PROGRESSION $649 + GST

ADVANCED PROGRESSION $899 + GST

 


ATC GOALTENDING

PROGRESSION INFORMATION 

Intermediate Progression ($649 + GST)

This progression is for goalies that have played 1-2 seasons as a full time goalie.  The major on ice focus of this progression will be to enhance the technique of all the basic skating and puck stopping skills as well as to begin to focus on the down game (slides and edge control).

PROGRESSION HIGHLIGHTS 

3:1 Student /Instructor ratio

Equipment information session

Hand Eye Drills off ice focusing on proper tracking

2 On Ice Sessions Per Day

Introduction to puck handling

IDEAL FOR ATOM AND PW GOALIES

Advanced Progression ($899 + GST)

This progression is designed for goaltenders that have a firm grasp on the fundamentals as well as those who are playing at a higher level for their age. This progression will focus on crease movement, accurate positional adjustments as well as an introduction to advanced puck tracking and zone control skills.  Another main focus of this progression is how to handle sharp angle attacks/attacks from behind the net.  There will be time dedicated to handling screens and scramble situations as well as learning about vertical angle coverage.

Students in this progression are expected to be focused, physically fit and prepared to work hard for the duration of the camp. 

PROGRESSION HIGHLIGHTS

3:1 Student/Instructor Ratio 

Screen and Deflection focus

On Ice Video - Instant Feedback

Off Ice Sessions focusing on Hand Eye Co-ordination and Tracking

Quality, Age Appropriate Shooters

AGE GROUP: PW/BANTAM/MIDGET