This section outlines the 4 basic movements a goaltender must master as the foundation to handle any scenario.  Hockey Canada suggests beginngers should be spending 70% of their development time on these.

C-Cut

Ability to move short distances forward and backwards while maintaining upbody consistentcy.  This is critical to establish the right perspective for the situation.

T-Push

Lateral movement used to reach across  the crease rapidly

Pivot

Ability to turn your body to  be square with the puck or to move direction.

Shuffle

Used for slight lateral movements to maintain squareness with the puck