Testimonials

John McLean
Pensacola Ice Flyers

“I am currently the tallest goalie in NCAA college hockey standing at 6 foot 9 inches. I played high school hockey in Minnesota at Minnehaha Academy. When I first started training with Aaron I was a very average goalie with very raw skills and athletic ability. Aaron Kinslow scouted me in Pryor Lake at a Bismarck Bobcats open camp. I worked with Aaron my first year of juniors in Bismarck. He helped me to take my game to the next level. We worked on off-ice workouts and nutritional plans that helped me to gain weight and to become a quicker and more agile goalie. We also worked everyday on crease work that helped me to use my size to my advantage. I left Bismarck and went on to play for the Wisconsin Wilderness of the (SIJHL) where we won our league and playoff championship. I am currently a senior goalie at Gustavus Adolphus College. I owe a lot of my success to Aaron Kinslow’s teachings and training to help me improve my game. I am looking forward to continuing to work with Aaron and to continue to improve my game so that I can play at the highest level I can.”
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Heather, Jessee, & Kaden Lieberg
Fargo Freeze

Any of our Goalie Families looking for a good Goalie Camp for the summer?
Bubba did the Goalie Academy last year and it was hands down the best hockey and goalie camp he has done. Not once did we have to make him go! Bubba wanted more! Aaron Kinslow is a very good, knowledgeable and caring Coach. After just one week he contacted each family to see what they thought of the camp, anything they did or didn’t like, recommendations etc. Many camps load up on participants and it’s a wait in line camp. NOT this one! The goalie to Coach ratio is kept low, so as to keep goalies attentive and involved. This was one of many points Bubba has expressed about loving this camp. How many time have you actually been able to get your goalie to give an opinion or his two-cents on what he thinks about anything LOL. This camp will be something he won’t stop talking about!! Each week the goalies drill on one specific skill set and work on that specific area both on and off ice. Dynasty Performance hosts the off-ice training. Most young boys don’t want to spend 2 days a week in the gym-but I guarantee you they will want to be in this one. Cole was great with the boys. The trick was educating while they were having fun. Stretching, strengthening and flexibility for goalies is very important. Never had to force Bubba to go. The only complaint our son ever had about the Goalie Academy, was it ends. He did not want the training to end. Each and every practice he learned a little something new, even if it were as tiny as a new angle on something he already knew. We highly recommend the summer 9 week camp. It’s always in the same place, same days, no weekends(which is great for lake goers) and generally the same times. Find Goalie Academy online or on Facebook and give your goalie the highlight of his summer. See you there!

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MITCH KORN
New York Islanders Goalie Coach Director

“Aaron Kinslow is very knowledgeable and is quite detailed as a goalie coach.  He brings a professional attitude to his one on one instruction and puts forth the effort and dedication to assist in your goaltenders development.”


Matt Grogan
University of Connecticut

Coach Kinslow is a smart coach with a lot of experience with all different ages and skill levels. Coach Kinslow helped my game both on the ice and off the ice. He helps competition and hard work become another fund day of goaltending.


David Bosner
Air Force Academy

Aaron Kinslow is not just a coach, but a student of the game as well. He has spent significant part of his coaching career learning from the best in the business. As a result, he is always on the cutting edge and the goaltenders that he works with get the benefit of consolidated experience, knowledge, and expertise.


Trever Osborne
Lindenwood University DII

Aaron worked with Trever on video review and provided feedback throughout the season. Aaron was able to give Trever very specific feedback on what he was seeing in the videos, both reinforcement of positive and opportunities to tweak. Aaron took the time to break down every video and each goal or tendency and appreciated his attention to detail and timely feeback each week. Trever was excited about working with Aaron again this season. 

Trever Osborne broke the record for most American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) DII wins as a goaltender all-time when the Lions defeated Miami (Ohio) 5-4 Saturday afternoon at the Centene Community Ice Center in Maryland Heights, Missouri.

The Lindenwood senior from Ballwin, Missouri entered the game tied with Josh Martin and Stephen Willette at 44 wins.  It looked like Osborne might be stuck at 44-wins midway through the contest as the Lions fell behind early. 
 
The Redhawks jumped in front with three straight goals in the first period before freshman Michael Mullen broke the shutout with a short-handed effort, but Lindenwood still trailed 3-1 at the end of the first 20-minutes.  Miami made it 4-1 with 12:04 remaining in the second before the Lions made their comeback.  Josh Linn sounded the horn to bring Lindenwood within two, and then Mullen and Stanley Lucas netted shots in the third to force overtime with the score tied 4-4.  Senior Bobby Bross split the pipes with the game-winner in the extra session on a play set up by Declan Carter and Steve Avalone.
 
With the victory, Lindenwood DII ice hockey improved to 24-6-2 on the season, and Osborne achieved the record-setting wins mark of 45, adding to his all-time leading statistics of a 2.00 goals against average and .931 save percentage.

Joni Woidtke - Parent of Connor Woidtke
Roseau Rams

The Goalie Academy has been key to our child's development in the net. Connor likes the new drills brought to sessions and the challenges provided to increase knowledge and ability. Not only has he developed from this but he has made life long connections and friendships. It really has been priceless training. 


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Minnesota Mankato Mavericks



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Bloomington Thunder



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Knoxville Ice Bears



Zach Sande
University of Minnesota, Duluth


Aaron has taught me a good amount of aspects in hockey and in life. He's got the ability to change your game as a goalie but also give you a mindset to succeed and overcome any challenges coming your way. He works hard and loves to interact with people and will help evolve your game to another level.

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