Get ready for Excellence in net



The spring/summer season is critical to your long-term development. Being ready for a grueling season means taking time to train.

We’re continuing our Wednesday sessions – every week, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. – for the spring and summer. These weekly sessions are capped at 6 goalies, but are open to all skill levels, ages and organizations. The cost per goalie is $60.

Our Friday afternoon sessions are not capped and are open to all goalies. The cost is $45 per session.

And, of course, we have our summer camp options. Check it out here.

All clinics are held at the Igloo.

Contact PJ for more information.


We’re back…

The PJ Diana Goalie School proudly announces its return to coaching at The Igloo in Mt. Laurel.
PJ Diana will work with all Jaguars Hockey goalies during the season, helping them prepare to take their game to the next level.
We’ll also be offering regular camps and clinics at the Igloo’s top-notch facility.
The PJ Diana Goalie School is in its 20th year of providing Excellence in Training. PJ Diana has been coaching goalies at all levels for more than two decades and knows what it takes to get your game in shape.
The school’s return to coaching at The Igloo marks the start of an exciting new chapter for PJ Diana and The PJ Diana Goalie School as we look to expand dedication to the goalie community and help every one of our goalies reach their full potential.
We still plan to coach and work with goalies at other area rinks and look forward to growing Excellence in Training throughout the Delaware Valley.

“A league of their own” – news article on our Shannon Szabados camp

A reporter from The Courier Post came out to the first day of our female-only camp with Shannon Szabados to do a news story on Szabados, the school and the reason we put this camp together.

A big thank you to Dave Isaac for this wonderful article and for helping us spread the word about getting more females involved in the game – and in the most important position.

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