Stop It Goaltending offers year round training at our development centers as well as a full lineup of summer programs. Goalies that train with Stop It Goaltending enjoy success because of our ability to be on the cutting edge of goaltending techniques.
We have developed a system in which to teach goaltending that is second to none and we do it in an environment where the goalies are challenged yet have fun at the same time. Since 1999, Stop it Goaltending has experienced tremendous success in developing goaltenders of all levels and abilities.
Stop It Goaltending has been instrumental in the development of twenty-five NHL draft picks and over one hundred goalies that have gone on to college and pro hockey. We offer Summer Programs, Year Round Lessons, Coaching and The Bridge. Stop It Goaltending also produces a monthly newsletter featuring current goalie specific news, articles and videos as well as posting primers and drills daily on social media.
The Stop It Goaltending staff is comprised of professional and college goaltending coaches. In the summer, our Directors are assisted by some of the top professional and college coaches in the nation, as well as SIG students currently playing pro or college hockey. The following is a listing of our goalie coaches.
Brian Daccord is the President and Founder of Stop It Goaltending as well as The Special Assistant to the General Manager and Director of Goaltending Operations for the Arizona Coyotes. Prior to joining the Coyotes he spent five seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs in goaltending scouting and development. He was the goaltending coach for Adler Mannheim in the DEL for six seasons, winning the German Championship in 2014-2015 under current Calgary Flames head coach Geoff Ward. He has also served on the staff of head coaches Pat Burns, Mike Keenan and Robbie Ftorek while goaltending coach for the Boston Bruins.
A native of Montreal, Quebec, Daccord played college hockey at Merrimack College which led to a seven year professional career in the Swiss National “A” League. Following retirement he returned to North America and earned a Masters Degree in Sports Management and authored the book “Hockey Goaltending” selling over 40,000 copies. He began his coaching career as an assistant at his Alma Mata while establishing Stop It Goaltending, LLC, which now trains over 1,000 goalies annually and has produced over 25 NHL draft picks. He is also the founder of the Bridge Program and the Stop It Goaltending GCG Prospects Event.
Stop It Goaltending is proud to announce Katie Burt as our new SIG Women’s Director and will be coaching out of our Woburn facility. A longtime SIG goalie, Katie is one of the most accomplished goaltenders in NCAA history. A four-year starter at Boston College, she posted three 30-win seasons and holds the NCAA career wins record while backing the Eagles to nine championships during her time at The Heights including four Hockey East regular-season titles (2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18), three Beanpots (2016, 2017, 2018) and two Hockey East Tournament crowns (2016, 2017). Internationally, Katie was a member of the U.S. Under-18 National Team that won the gold medal at the 2015 IIHF Under-18 World Championship in Buffalo, NY, and helped the U.S. Under-18 team win the silver medal at the 2014 IIHF U18 World Championships in Hungary. Selected first overall in the 2017 NWHL Draft, She was named to the 2019 NWHL All-Star Game and was a finalist for the NWHL Goaltender of the Year award. A Lynn native and economics major, Katie was also a dedicated student while at Boston College and earned the Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Achievement was a Hockey East All-Academic Team member and earned a place on the ACC Academic Honor Roll. Katie can be reached at her email below.
John Carratu is currently the director of coaching for Stop It Goaltending. John spent a decade coaching in Hockey East splitting time coaching between Northeastern and Merrimack college. During that time he coached an All American goaltender, Hobey Baker finalist, Hockey East player of the year, Hockey East goalie of the year, three goalies who signed NHL contracts and two that appeared in NHL games. As a collegiate goaltender at Plymouth State John was a multiple player of the week winner while taking his team to the league playoffs. Upon graduation from Salem State with a degree in education John taught for three years before entering the coaching profession.
Brian Robinson is currently a director and video coordinator at Stop It Goaltending and the goaltending coach for Harvard University. Brian also coached professionally in The German DEL for Adler Mannheim as well as Bentley University from 2011-2015. Brian began his career at SIG by assisting in the development of a video scouting system for NHL teams. He played a pivotal role in developing a service that allows goaltenders to receive critical game analysis via the internet. He also gained practical experience with the Boston Bruins while completing his degree in communications from Worcester State.
Brian currently conducts lessons and video sessions at the New England Sports Center in Marlboro, MA and is currently the Player Development Goaltending Coordinator for Massachusetts hockey and was recently recognized by The New England Hockey Journal as one of the top 40 hockey minds under the age of 40. Most recently, he helped design “the Path” program which provides elite goalies consistent support throughout their career. Brian began training with Stop It Goaltending in 1999 and before playing college hockey at Worcester State, he served as captain of Pentucket HS where he was an All-League goaltender his senior year.
Cameron Doomany is a Stop It Goaltending Director at our Middleton location. He grew up playing his youth hockey for a AAA Tier 1 organization located in Stamford, Connecticut called the Mid-Fairfield Blues where he made a national championship appearance early in his career. Then went on to play his high school hockey in Rhode Island at Bishop Hendricken, an all-boys catholic preparatory school.
Cam currently serves as the Goaltending Coach for Bentley University, Valley Jr Warriors, and the North Shore Hockey Academy. At Stop It Goaltending he has had the opportunity to work with top college and professional goaltenders as well as talented youth goalies and all levels in between. Cam has also worked with Mitch Korn (New York Islanders Goaltending Coach) for several years.
Clay Adams is the Stop It Goaltending Director at our Foxboro Sports Center Location. Clay most recently served as the Goalie Coach and Assistant Coach for the Lincoln Stars of the USHL where last season one of his goaltenders was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens and the other signed an NHL entry-level contract with the San Jose Sharks. Clay’s career started by interning with the Washington Capitals while completing his Master’s Degree from Georgetown University and then as the Director of Player Development, Goalie Coach at Bridgton Academy.
After Bridgton, he has served as the goalie coach at Stonehill College, Connecticut College and Bentley University. After spending two seasons in the USHL with the Lincoln Stars, Clay came back to Massachusetts to run the Foxboro Sports Center Location. Clay is currently the goaltending Scout of the Arizona Coyotes. Clay will be based out of the Stop It Goaltending Development Center located at the Foxboro Sports Center in Foxboro, MA.
David Schultz is a Stop It Goaltending Director and is a former Goaltending Coach for both the men and women’s teams at St. Anselm College, the University of New Hampshire and Bentley University. David played college hockey at Worcester State and in high school led Pinkerton Academy to the State Championship semifinals.
David has been working for Stop It Goaltending training programs since 2008 and was also a student at Stop It from the age of twelve. David has worked with goalies of all levels including Cushing Academy, the Beantown Bullies, The New England Wolves and the New England Stars at the Junior hockey level. Coach Schultz has a true passion and energy for the sport of hockey and goaltending and is tremendously popular with young goalies. A strength of his is the energy he brings every time he is on the ice and his ability to connect with goalies in a way that makes it fun to learn and get better.
Jeff Walker Stop It Goaltending Director of Goaltending Development based out of Springfield, MA. Jeff has trained professional, college, prep school, high school and youth goalies and currently conducts goalie lessons at MassConn United Training Center in Agawam, MA. Jeff has worked with the Stop It Goaltending PGD and DHNL programs as well as the GCG Men’s camps since 2013.
Jeff works as a goaltending coach with the Westfield State University division III men’s hockey program. He also works with several prep schools and high schools throughout western Massachusetts and Connecticut. After playing for Agawam High School, Jeff went on to play at Worcester Polytechnic Institute where he started over 50 ACHA games. As a senior captain, he led his team to the NECHA semi-finals and a division championship and was selected to the NECHA All-Star team.
Former Boston Bruin goaltender and Calder Trophy winner, Andrew Raycroft, is on the ice everyday at the Bridge and goes out to see each Bridge goalie play in games live twice each season. Andrew Raycroft is currently a Director at Stop It Goaltending for the Bridge Program. Andrew had an 11 year NHL career where he played for teams such as the Bruins, Maple Leafs, Avalanche, Canucks, and the Stars. During his time in the NHL, he accomplished winning the Calder Trophy (Rookie of the Year) and was selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team. In Andrew’s junior hockey days, he played 3 years in the OHL while accomplishing awards such as the OHL Goaltender of the Year, Outstanding Player of the Year and lead the OHL with the highest save percentage in his last year (.924).
After his playing days, Andrew began his coaching career at the University of Connecticut serving as the Goaltending Coach for three years. He is actively involved with the Bruins Alumni Association along with being a Hockey Analyst for NESN.
Vince Stalletti is a Director at Stop It Goaltending and the Goaltending Coach at the University of Connecticut. In addition to his current roles, Vince also served as an Assistant Coach for the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. At UMass Dartmouth, he oversaw a goaltending core that produced program records for shutouts, save percentage and shutout streak. While coaching the goalies, Vince also managed the skill work with the team defensemen, recruited, edited video, and maintained the analytics program.
Prior to joining the staff at UMass Dartmouth, Vince played at Johnson & Wales University where he joined the coaching staff as an assistant coach after retiring from post-concussion syndrome. Holding an MBA from Boston College with a focus on analytics, Vince has applied analytical principles to evaluating the overall team and goaltending performance. Prior to the start of his NCAA coaching career in 2015, Vince began coaching with the Philadelphia Jr. Flyers Youth program.
Vince’s goal is to create an environment where all goalies can enjoy playing the position while improving their game.
Moe Bradley, from Swampscott, Massachusetts, has an extensive coaching resume, which includes stints as the goaltender coach for USA Hockey, Multi-District Camp in 2016, and an internship coaching role for USA Hockey, National Development Camp. In these positions, she was responsible for evaluating goaltenders for National Team Consideration.
Bradley comes to Stop It after beginning her coaching career as a Graduate Assistant at Stevenson and Suffolk University. While completing her Masters of Arts in Communications, she was responsible for game bench management, goaltender development, scouting, recruiting, and the team’s social media presence. In addition to her coaching role at Stevenson, she served as the Assistant Instructor of Student-Athletes Dedicated to Developing Leadership and Excellence (SADDLE). She is now the goalie coach for Boston College NCAA Division I Women’s program
Prior to coaching, Brady wrapped up her collegiate playing career at UMass Boston in after two seasons with the Beacons in 2015. As a transfer from the University of New Hampshire, she was the first player in program history to be named a New England Hockey Writers Association All-Star. She also picked up ECAC Second-Team All-Start status as a junior in 2014.
Bradly began her collegiate playing days for the Wildcats at UNH, where she defended the pipes from 2011-13.
Prior to her stint at UNH, she suited up as a netminder for the Boston Blades of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CHWL) from 2010-11.