Brian Daccord Named Sense Arena's Director of Goaltending Development

Sense Arena is excited to name former NHL goaltending coach and scout Brian Daccord as Director of Goaltending Development. 

November 17, 2021

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Brian has been on the Sense Arena Hockey Advisory Board for the past two years and recently served
as the Special Assistant to the General Manager and Director of Goaltending Operations for the Arizona Coyotes. Before joining the Coyotes, he spent five seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs in goaltending scouting and development, and is currently the goaltending coach of Boston University. He was the goaltending coach for Adler Mannheim in the DEL for six seasons, winning the German Championship
in 2014-2015 under head coach Geoff Ward. He has also served on the staff of head coaches Pat Burns, Mike Keenan and Robbie Ftorek while being the goaltending coach for the Boston Bruins.

A native of Montreal, Quebec, Brian 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. His latest book “How To Be A Goalie Parent” was released in September in conjunction with his goaltending evaluation app named “SIG Game Day”. He began his coaching career as an assistant coach at his Alma Mater 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, Sport Performance Labs and the Stop It Goaltending GCG Prospects Event.

"The minute I tried Sense Arena I knew it was something special.
My passion for the past 25 years has been to provide goaltenders the opportunity
to maximize their potential and VR provides motivated goalies unlimited access
to training without the wear and tear on the body. I am proud to be part of a team
of innovators dedicated to becoming the global leader in hockey development".

Brian Daccord

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