Daniel Wenham, owner of GITN Manitoba/Saskatchewan. Daniel has 11 years of goaltending experience. Currently playing with the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, him and his staff are ready to help any student of any caliber. GITN stays up to date with the always changing position, offering summer camps, holiday camps, satellite camps, coaching seminars, and a top notch instructional video series.
Christmas Tune Ups
What better way to celebrate the holidays than with a visit from Gold in the Net. With the season half over Gold in the Net Manitoba is proud to offer, Christmas clinics, privates, and coaching seminars over the Chritstmas holidays to help prepare you for the second half. Book today by calling 306-421-5985.
Gold in the Net Manitoba would like to thank all of our students, parents and staff for another great summer. It was amazing seeing smiling faces bright and early everyday, eager to go on the ice and learn. If it was not for you, the summer would not have ran nearly as well. So from all of us at Gold in the Net, thank you, We look forward to seeing you next year, good luck at tryouts, your season, and everything else hockey related. Camps for next summer(2012) are already filling up please email us for more details
Camps around the Corner
Schools out, and children are frolicking in the streets. What are they going to do with all their spare time? Many will sit inside and have one lazy summer. Before they know it, hockey season will have arrived and the ability to stop the puck may have taken a dramatical decline over the summer. To prevent this hurry and sign up for one of the remaining spots for a Gold in the Net Manitoba/Saskatchewan camp. Our top notch instructors are begining to arrive for another wonderful summer. It would be great to see everyone there.
Most Improved Horn?
With the season officially over and the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns out of the contention for the CIS National Championship, the team handed out it's yearly awards. Upon the completion of the night Gold in the Net Manitoba's own Daniel Wenham left with the teams most improved player award. This award goes to the player who showed the greatest increase in performance since the beginning of the season. "To receive this award was a honor and it took many hours on and off the ice of dedication, patience, commitment, and respect... I encourage all young goaltenders to challenge themselves with these qualities and maybe they will become their teams most improved player!"