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About GITN



“The will to WIN is easy.  The will to PREPARE to win is difficult.” Goaltending is the greatest game on the Ice and becomes even GREATER as a student’s knowledge, skills, and abilities improve.

Gold in the Net goes the extra mile to improve ALL the vital goaltending skills necessary for our students to excel to the next level.   Experience our commitment to developing our goaltenders skills!


Gold in the Net is recognized as a world leader in setting the standards for the development of hockey goaltenders.  Our dominant presence spans across not only all of Canada, but includes a franchise in Finland. The company also boasts the world’s largest and most comprehensive instructional DVD series.  As a company, Gold in the Net facilitates 34 weeks of summer camps worldwide, working with an excess of 2,000 goaltenders in the summer time alone.

Gold in the Net is the first hockey school to create and implement a Mental Training Course to address the important issue of mental training for goalies. Combined with an on-ice element it has three classroom settings each day to understand theories, practical and a daily debrief.  It allows the goalie not only to understand what mental training is but helps guide them through the process of creating templates that will assist them in continuing there development on there own.

Gold in the Net has three state of the art Real Ice Training Centers located in Parksville, British Columbia; St. Albert, Alberta; and Brockville, Ontario.  These mini Real Ice Training Centers are specifically designed to train goaltenders.

Our NHL alumni consist of Founder, President and CEO, Perry Elderbroom, a former goaltending coach for the Columbus Blue Jackets; Henrik Lundqvist of the New York Rangers; Kari Lehtonen of the Dallas Stars; Robin Lehner of the Ottawa Senators; Karri Ramo of the Calgary Flames; Antero Niittymaki formally of the Philedelphia Flyers; franchise owner Fredrik Norrena formally of the Columbus Blue Jackets; and David LeNeveu formally of the New York Rangers.