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This week’s trivia focuses on articles from the Elite Goaltending Blog.
In “A ‘Crater’ is Filled with Character” several components of personal character important to successful hockey players were included. List five.
During the Detroit Red Wings Stanley Cup run, the blog featured a TV interview with Chris Osgood and several quotes were listed with explanations (“Quotes from Osgood All Young Goalies Should Memorize”). Osgood said he has focused “on the proper things.” List two things goalies should focus on as well as two things they should not (0.5 for each correct answer – each answer must include two examples).
In the post “What is Price Doing Wrong in this Picture” goalies should never do what when scored upon? What must a goalie physically do after a goal is scored? (0.5 for each correct answer)
Fill in the following from the blog post “Ray Emery – The Path He Took Towards Career Destruction and Lessons From His Journey”
Hard work leads to ___________________
People telling you about your great play leads to ___________________
Over-confidence leads to ___________________
Lesser practice intensity leads to ___________________
Negative behavior leads to ___________________
Distraction towards team leads to ___________________
According to a blog post, scientists discovered a secret to goaltending. What is it?
In “Competition” learning to compete is vital to?
“Theo and Slumps (What to Learn)” dealt with what goalies (and players) need to do when they are in a “slump.” What suggestion was given to break the slump in regards to practice?
In “Body Language – Enough Said” Coach Whalen described a goalie’s reaction to a goal against during last spring’s Rocky Mountain District Championship Tournament. What did the goalie do wrong and how should he have reacted? (0.5 points for each correct answer)
In “Selfish Lost” a situation is only “adversity” when viewed as such. Most of the time is is?