SILVERMAN: On Eric Comrie’s Unique Development Path and Where it That Will Lead Him
GLENDALE, Arizona — Eric Comrie‘s development path made him a technical ‘poster child’ long before the Winnipeg Jets eventually drafted him 59th overall, in the second round of the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.
The 24-year-old netminder is the original disciple of the ‘head trajectory’ training technique; a concept that Lyle Mast pioneered which shifts a goaltender’s tracking emphasis from the eyes to their entire head.
Scouts and members of the goaltending community alike have all had their eyes on Comrie for what feels like a lifetime as a result.
By that same token, Comrie certainly isn’t the first goaltender to cross the stage at an NHL Draft after years of specialized coaching and technical development. The years when a goaltender largely navigated the position by reaction and feel are long go
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