Lakers Goalie Clinics Scheduled for Season, News (Huron Perth Lakers)

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Lakers Goalie Clinics Scheduled for Season
Submitted By cmetzger on Saturday, September 20, 2008
The goalie clinics with Lakers' Goalie Instructor, Scott Dickie, have been scheduled for this season. The dates, times, and locations are...

October 1/08 at the Seaforth Arena

November 7/08 at the Milverton Arena

December 5/08 at the Seaforth Arena

 

The schedule for each clinic will be:
        Ice time: 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. 
        Off ice 11:00-12:00 
        Lunch 12:00-12:30 
        Ice Time 1:00-2:30 p.m.

The clinics are a follow-up to the initial goalie clinic held in early August and will continue the development of our goalies. All Lakers goalies are strongly encouraged to attend these clinics.


Scott Dickie:
Scott Dickie is the Head Instructor / Program Director for Be A Pro Goaltending School and has been the Lakers Goalie Instructor for the past 2 years.

Scott has now retired from professional hockey, and now is seeking to help young goalies reach their dreams of playing professional hockey. Scott has played in the Phoenix Coyotes (National Hockey League) system playing in the American Hockey League (AHL) and the United Hockey League (UHL) and also the Nashville Predators (NHL) system with Rockford (UHL). Scott has attended three NHL training camps as a free agent, including the Boston Bruins (2001), New York Rangers (2002), and Phoenix Coyotes (2003). In both 2001 and 2003 Scott led each Rookie Tournament in Save Percentage and Goals Against Average, and won the 2003 LA Kings Rookie Challenge.

Scott has played in 6 NHL exhibition games and has a 5-1-0 record. He has also compiled a very successful junior career culminating with a Memorial cup win. He was drafted 172nd overall to the Kitchener Rangers and was considered a long shot to ever play in the Ontario Hockey League. After proving many doubters wrong he made the Rangers and began what was one of the most successful careers in Ranger history. Scott finished his career with over 100 wins total in a Ranger uniform, his record in the regular season was 87-56-16 and in playoffs 20-9. He also set the record for lowest GAA in Ranger history with a 2.59 average. Scott has also won Team MVP awards, 3 Star selection awards, scholastic awards and the Hap Emms Memorial Trophy as the Memorial Cup's most outstanding goaltender.

Scott also won the Western Junior B Rookie of the Year. Scott has also worked at goaltending schools such as Allaire's, and John Elkin's. Scott is currently a goalie scout for the Kitchener Rangers OHL and goalie coach for the Kitchener Dutchmen of the Mid-Western Junior B League.

Scott was most recently named to the Kitchener Rangers all time team with like of Al McInnes, Scott Stevens, Derek Roy, Steve Rice and Brian Bellows.

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