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Clancy's Goalie Clinic Welcomes You!

Welcome to our Clancy's Goalie Clinic, the place where you can learn new skills, meet new friends and feel accomplished every single day. Take a look at our camps and read about our coaches. Get in touch to find out more.



“Clancy’s goalie clinic isn’t just somewhere to be coached, it’s a family and we consider them part of our family. Since being with them Violet has transformed into a goalie who is confident, improves every session and has already now been asked to train up with the Under 11’s. As a dad, there’s nothing better than knowing she has such an amazing team around her not because we pay hundreds of pounds and are a  “client” but because she means something to them and they believe in her. Thank you guys and here’s to what is going to be an amazing journey"

Mike Lennon AKA Violets DAD

"Clancy’s Goalie Clinic is singlehandedly responsible for my progression and success as a goaltender - elevating my game from recreational to league level. They are always welcoming and super knowledgeable, they work with you to mould your game to be the best it can be. On top of this, they genuinely care; taking an honest interest and sharing your excitement in your hockey development and achievements. I recommend Clancy’s goalie coaching to every goalie I can, and will continue to work with Clancys Goalie Clinic for the rest of my hockey life."

Mike Rogers NIHL 1 Goaltender

"The coaches at Clancy's Goalie Clinic are outwardly committed to and passionate about goaltender development. They exhibit a strong technical focus and offer honest, detailed feedback. The coaches are also genuinely good people, with likeable personalities and an unparalleled love for the game. They are great mentors, both on and off the ice, quick to answer questions and provide their goaltenders with the drills and resources they need to elevate their game. As a long-time client, I cannot recommend them enough to any goalie looking for the tools, guidance, and support they need to dominate in the crease."

Ella Howard Univ. of Calgary

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