World Pro Goaltending teaches a cutting edge style that focuses on making goaltenders more efficient. Through game situation movements in high repetition, goaltenders learn to move correctly, be in control of their movements, and have proper balance. We believe that a compact butterfly style, combined with read-and-react and patience skills, creates the ultimate hybrid goaltender.
World Pro Instructors
Senior Head Instructor
Marcus Beesley joined World Pro Goaltending in 2011 and since 2014, has been the Goaltending Consultant for the Airdrie CFR Bisons (AMHL). In 2014-2015 the Bisons advanced to the Telus Cup Tournament, where they finished 4th in Canada. Marcus has taught over 10,000 private sessions and trained goalies at the Junior A, WHL, and pro levels. Marcus has trained many high level goalies such as WHL Goaltender of the Year and Canadian World Junior, Ian Scott (WHL / AHL), Kurtis Chapman (WHL / USports), and Nolan Kent (AJHL / NCAA). Marcus brings a good measure of experience to the ice along with his strong shooting skills, enthusiastic approach, and positive energy.
David Voyevoda joined World Pro Goaltending in 2016. Since then he has taught well over 1,000 private sessions and lead numerous World Pro clinics with minor hockey associations throughout Alberta. For the past two years David has also worked with the Calgary Northstars Hockey Association (CNHA) as a goaltending consultant for their U15 AAA and U16 AAA teams. He enjoys working with goaltenders of all ages from Novice to Junior and beyond. David believes in a constructive, hard-working training environment, bringing a friend/mentor philosophy to all of his instruction. In addition to coaching, David is currently pursuing a degree in education at Mount Royal University.
After being a student at World Pro Goaltending for 12 years, Jesse joined as an Instructor in 2014.
Jesse has been one of the main staff members at our summer camps
and minor hockey clinics since then. He is now one of the main instructors at the facility
and continues to work with various morning programs and minor hockey
associations throughout the Calgary area.
Jeff Gardner is a physical education teacher and a member of the Canadian Armed Forces. He has coached hockey extensively over the past 10 years. Jeff has instructed both player and goalie development and currently operates a school hockey academy. He is also the Director of JAG Hockey Development. In the past, he has scouted for the Jr. A Okotoks Oilers. Jeff brings a wealth of knowledge to the game and has a passion for helping players reach their potential.
Michael Morrow joined World Pro Goaltending in 2016. Michael is one of your part time instructors at the facility and has been one of the main instructors at our summer camps for the past 2 years. Michael has also been one of our main staff members for morning programs and minor hockey clinics.
As a former student of World Pro Goaltending for 8 years in addition to coaching since 2010, Kamil has developed an understanding for the goaltending position that requires both athleticism and simplicity. As a goalie that grew up in the Calgary minor hockey system and played quadrant hockey with the NWCAA, Kamil has had great exposure to what is required of goalies to move through the rankings in Calgary and beyond to Junior and Major Junior hockey. Kamil played two years of Junior A hockey in BC, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba before moving on to education at the University of Ottawa as well as coaching. Kamil is also the goaltending consultant for the Calgary Royals U18 AAA’s (AEHL).
After being a student of World Pro for 7 years, Devin Green has joined our coaching team. Devin played Midget (U18) AAA hockey with the Northstars before moving onto Junior A, spending three years with the Lloydminster Bobcats. After his Junior career he went onto a 4 year University career playing with the Lakehead Thunderwolves after which he went over-seas playing in Sweden. His understanding of the position and passion for the game makes him a coach suitable for all ages of goalies. Devin is currently the goaltending consultant for the Calgary Buffaloes U15 AAA Bisons.
CJ has been training with World Pro since 2013 and has worked at our clinics, team practices, and evaluations for the past 2 years. He played for the Calgary Northstars U18AAA team, then graduated to Junior where he had stints with the Airdrie Thunder, Nelson Leafs, and Columbia Valley Rockies. He then played one season with the University of Central Oklahoma. CJ is a hard-working, focused, and detailed coach who will help goaltenders add structure to their games.
Part Time Instructor & Staff
SAM BURFORD – INSTRUCTOR
SCOTT YOUNG – INSTRUCTOR
Consultants and Representatives
Sue Raffin is a chartered professional gymnastics coach with the Canadian Assoc. of Coaches/NCCP level 4. Over the years many of her athletes have enjoyed National team status and even more have gone on to compete for NCAA Universities with full scholarships. Sue Raffin received a BSc. in Physical Education from Penn State University where she competed as a gymnast for 4 years. Recently, she has retired from coaching high performance gymnastics and currently consults for several clubs in Calgary.
Dr. CHRISTOPHER WOO
VISION THERAPY CONSULTANT
Dr. Chris Woo is a graduate of the Rosenberg School of Optometry and he has been working as an optometrist in Calgary for the past five years. Over the last few years Dr. Woo has developed a program for young athletes to help them with their vision and tracking. Dr. Woo has seen and consulted with numerous of our students from beginners to elite.
EASTERN ALBERTA / SASKATCHEWAN REPRESENTATIVE
Barry has been involved with World Pro Goaltending for the last 7 years. Based in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Barry is World Pro’s eastern Alberta and Saskatchewan representative. Barry has been camp coordinator for our Medicine Hat summer camp for the last 5 years and for our Saskatoon camp for the last 3. Barry has played an instrumental role in helping World Pro keep a year around presence in both Medicine Hat and south/western Saskatchewan.