THE GTI TEAM
Over the years, we have assembled a staff of knowledgeable and experienced goaltenders with excellent instruction and communication skills which has made The Goalie Training Institute the most complete goalie program in the GTA.
CO-OWNER, HEAD GOALTENDING DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT & DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Aaron has coached for more than 15 years, studying under Las Vegas Golden Knights Goaltending Consultant Mike Rosati.
Aaron has a great deal of coaching experience working with athletes from beginner level to NCAA. He provides a strong technical and psychological perspective on the position, helping each goaltender he instructs reach new heights. With his positivity and passion for teaching, Aaron helps goalies find confidence and reach personal success.
Aaron played 5 years of junior hockey in the OJHL with the Collingwood Blues, Seguin Bruins, Stouffville Spirit and St. Michael’s Buzzers. After a successful junior career, Aaron went on to play in the NCAA with the Brockport Golden Eagles, where he still holds numerous school records.
CO-OWNER, DIRECTOR OF GOALTENDING DEVELOPMENT & ADVISOR
With almost 20 years of coaching experience, Brad’s knowledge and experience has played an integral part in creating GTI’s curriculum and core fundamentals.
GTI is years in the making and a dream come true for Brad. Before teaming up with Aaron to start GTI, Brad owned and operated a training centre in Kingston, Ontario. During his junior career and summer months home from college and while playing pro, Brad was starting his coaching career. Working with young goalies from the York Region area as well as other junior and up-and-coming college goalies.
In his playing career, Brad played 5 years of junior hockey in the OJHL with the Huntsville Otters, Newmarket Hurricanes and Pickering Panthers. Brad then went on to the NCAA with the Adrian College Bulldogs, where he broke many NCAA records while compiling a 93-11-2 record, with 2 Frozen Four appearances. After a very successful NCAA career, Brad played professionally in the CHL, ECHL and AHL.
While at Adrian College, Brad studied Exercise Science, Athletic Training and Education. It was Brad’s hope that one day his knowledge would allow him to provide the most comprehensive development to his students.
Jesse is a Goaltending Consultant at The Goalie Training Institute. Jesse has coached for 10 years, studying under some of the best goaltending consultants in North America.
Jesse has been coaching goalies across Ontario for many years and brings a ton of experience to GTI. He provides his students with a strong technical background on the position which allows him to build credibility with his goaltenders and accelerate their development.
As a minor hockey goaltender, he played with the Whitby Wildcats where he won an OMHA in his Midget year. After a successful minor hockey career, Jesse played 4 years of junior hockey, spending time in GOJHL with the St. Thomas Stars and then in the OPJHL with the Newmarket Hurricanes and Toronto Patriots.
Nick is a Goaltending Consultant at GTI. Nick has coached for more than 10 years, coaching and studying with goaltending coach legend Eli Wilson.
Nick is very passionate about teaching goaltenders and will push goalies to reach their maximum potential. Nick’s unique, progressive, repetition-based training equips his students with the fundamental skillset they need to be successful.
As a minor hockey goaltender he played for the Amherstbug Stars where he won OMHA/OHF Midget year. Nick spent his junior career with the Wheatley Omstead Sharks in the PJHL, where he helped lead his team to back-to-back finals appearances.
Tye is a Goaltending Consultant at The Goalie Training Institute. Tye has coached for more than 15 years, studying under Las Vegas Golden Knights Goaltending Consultant, Mike Rosati.
Tye has been coaching goalies in the Barrie region for many years and brings a ton of experience to GTI. Tye is very passionate about coaching and instils a strong work ethic within each goaltender he works with.
From a playing perspective, Tye played 5 years of junior hockey, spending time in the GMOHL with the Midland Flyers and then in the NOJHL with Kirkland Lake Gold Miners. Upon a successful junior career, Tye decided to attend Carleton University on a baseball scholarship.