Shawn T. Hart says:

"Stephen McKichan is a true advocate of hockey development. My son Daniel has been a student of the Future Pro Goalie School for the last three years. During that time he has gone from an inexperienced goaltender to playing travel hockey in his second and third years of the game. The skills Daniel has learned, retained and executed are a direct reflection of Stephen's ability to work with goaltenders of any age. His Summer camps encompass very young goaltenders to professional level students.

The vast array of individuals that Stephen brings to enhance the skill set of goaltenders is a direct reflection of his breadth of experience and hockey skills. If you consider that you can have an NHL goaltender and NHL Goalie Coach work with your child, that is truly a unique opportunity to provide. Stephen's educational background is also in teaching. As a result his ability to teach coupled with his knowledge of hockey, works to not only educated young goaltenders but also works to inspire, mentor and act as a role model to young goaltenders.

I highly recommend any of Stephen's classes to goaltenders of any age. Stephen brings with him an entire organization of highly skilled instructors who will enhance the game skills of any level goaltender. My son will in fact be back time and time again whether it be a class by Stephen himself or any other instructor with Future Pro Goalie Schools."

I recently attended your “Future Pro” goalie camp in Sarina, Ontario. I am writing to thank you for the best camp I have ever attended. My mom and dad said that your words of wisdom to all the participants and parents at the end of the camp were worth the cost of the camp and our trip to Canada. Once I am home, I would like to post your three points on a poster board in my room, however, I would appreciate it if you could refresh my memory with each of the points. I do remember the first one…start a doubters list…and your name is on the top of chart!

Because I had such a good time and learned more than I ever imagined, I plan on attending your camp every year, and maybe if the snow is not to deep, I will try to come to your January camp.

Again, thanks for a great camp and I will look for you whenever the Mapleleafs are in Washington, DC.


Shawn T. Hart

12-year-old goalie with the Bowie Bruins (Peewee A)

Darrin & Piera Hosinski wrote:

I just wanted to let you know that Evan was extremely excited about having gone through your goalie camp. Since he has only played two full seasons this was the perfect gauge for him to measure where he is relative to other players his age.

We discussed all of the things you taught him at camp, and can't wait to see him on the ice this coming Monday evening. We plan on picking up the video set so he can watch them when he needs to figure out what he's doing wrong.

I also liked your 10 minute speech at the end. I asked the boys if it sounded familiar? They told me that it sounded like me. I never made pro ranks (I played upper level baseball), not even close, but I do analyze my game continuously. I also tell the boys that after every game think about what they might change if they could do something differently. Also to look at the positives because it helps with confidence.

I just wanted to tell you that you and your wife (and staff) are awesome!!! I make a point of trying to contact people when I have questions about their services etc... So far, you are one of very few who will call personally. I can't thank you enough for that. My wife was excited the first time she spoke to you. We couldn't believe somebody in your position was so "down to earth" and personable.

Thank you again for a wonderful experience.


Darrin & Piera Hosinski

Mike Camille Senior says:

At your camp, you mentioned that you would like to hear from us about how the young goalies are doing. Young Camille (playing Richmond Hill Atom "AA") was very solid in a weekend tourney at Westwood arena. He was stellar in a couple of 2-1 losses- as I said we don't have much offense, but he is developing and your camp served him well. His biggest challenge is realizing that he can only do so much each and every game to keep his team in the game - he has become mentally tough. I have a video that I will get to you at some point as well Steve.

Go Leafs.

Thanks again, I brag to everyone that you are always there for the kids even with your busy schedule

Mike Camille Sr.

Linda Turer writes:

I thought you might be interested to hear that my son Sebastien who attended your camp this summer came home from his first practice of the season on Sunday and said « Mom thanks so much for sending me to the goalie camp this summer. I am way better than I was last year.” He then went on to describe how he stopped several shots from the team’s best players!

I too was so impressed with the warm and friendly atmosphere at the camp, combined with the solid teaching of skills. It was a great investment of our time and money!


Linda Turner

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