Paramount Hockey goalie camp comes to Sherbrooke

Paramount Hockey goalie camp comes to Sherbrooke

Paramount Hockey is coming to Sherbrooke for an exclusive goalie camp on August 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. The event will take place at the Jane and Eric Molson Arena at Bishop University. With an average of more than fifteen camps per year, 25 programs, and over 600 goalies, this opportunity is a must for goalies of all levels looking to enhance their skills.

The camp will kick off on Friday with an on-ice game situations session, followed by off-ice training led by Fonctions Optimum kinesiologists.

Saturday and Sunday will be entirely dedicated to immersing in the Paramount Hockey experience. Goalies will participate in a 1.5-hour game situations practice each day, with a 3:1 ratio to ensure personalized attention. Additionally, they will have one session per day of exclusive technical skating, a valuable opportunity to improve their technical skills.

The camp will also include daily work on reflexes and coordination, as well as off-ice training led by the expert kinesiologists from Fonctions Optimum. A "Goalie Talk" discussion is also planned, offering goalies a unique opportunity to exchange ideas.

The camp coaches include:

Tricia Deguire: Originally from Sherbrooke, Tricia has an impressive career as a professional goalie. After playing with the College Champlain AAA Cougars and McGill USports Martlets, she joined the Montreal PHF Force. Currently a video coach for the Sherbrooke Phoenix in the LHJMQ, Tricia will bring her expertise and passion for the game to the participating goalies.

Gabriel Delage: An instructor with Paramount Hockey for several years, Gabriel is also the goalie coach for the Bishop University Gaitors. Pursuing a doctorate in sports psychology at the University of Sherbrooke, he brings a unique approach to his coaching. He also works with the Magog Cantonniers and Triolet as a mental trainer.

Olivier Gervais: Founder of Paramount Hockey and goalie coach for the Sherbrooke Phoenix, Olivier has helped refine Samuel St-Hilaire's game and reach Hockey Canada U20. He has also led the Concordia University Stingers to 3 national finals in 3 years, winning 2 gold medals and 1 silver. His expertise will be a major asset for participating goalies.

Off-ice training will be led by the experienced kinesiologists from Fonctions Optimum, including founder Michael Fullum. Since 2006, Fonctions Optimum has been committed to helping athletes reach their full potential, focusing on aspects such as neuro-motor skills, biomechanics, and psycho-emotional aspects.

Registrations are open now. Don't miss this unique opportunity to participate in a different goalie camp, improve your skills, and interact with high-level professionals. To register, follow this link: