Combine Sport Testing Services
In-Tech is a proud partner of Sport Testing Inc.
Sport Testing offers the most advanced evaluation and analysis system for ice hockey in the world, and In-Tech is a recognized SportTesting provider. Our combines measure a player’s agility, speed, stick handling and reaction time, providing accurate real-time feedback that can be compared worldwide according to Hockey Canada and IIHF standards.
In addition to offering state-of-the-art athlete assessments for ice hockey, we also cover other sports including football, soccer and lacrosse. All data collected is shared in the SportTesting data bank, and compared to other sports players worldwide.
WHAT THE TEST MEASURE
Our combines measure a player's agility, speed, stick handing and reaction time, providing accurate real-time feedback that can be compared worldwide according to CHL Standards of Hockey, as well as the CFL, Shurman Group, and Minnesota Vikings of Football.
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Along with combine testing, we provide testing programs featuring goaltender specific drills developed by SportTesting with Bob Essensa, the Stanley Cup winning goaltending coach for the Boston Bruins.
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The goalie on-ice testing is organized into tree phases. Phase 1 and 2 consist of Long and Short Recovery tests, for left side and then right side. Phase 3 consists of the Y-drill Reaction Pad Slide and Pro Agility Pad Slide.
Stick must remain tight to the goalie and are not allowed to be used to break the timing gate beams. Together they simulate critical game play movement (challenging shooters, covering angles, reading and reacting, etc.) to assess a player for:
Lateral, forward and backwards movement speed and control
Recovery speed and posture
Balance and agility on skates
Reaction, execution and total response time
Flexibility and transition
Crease coverage and mobility
Analyzing the data can pinpoint symmetrical challenges (i.e. is the goalie equally at ease in both directions?). Good scores depend not just on reaction and movement speed but also efficiency and control. Movements must be crisp and clean, while avoiding overreactions. These baseline goalie tests are suitable for assessing goalies of varying styles.