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Goalie Camp

NLL and Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame Goaltender Dallas Eliuk


Dallas Eliuk with Team USBOXLA Goaltenders

"The biggest gap between Canadian and American box players is the goalie position which happens to be the most important position in the game."

- Dallas Eliuk

Currently there's hundreds of American goalies playing box in the USA and having a great time doing it, but they don't get the amount of shots or the instruction that their Canadian counterparts do.  Elite level instruction is exactly what is needed to develop a new generation of elite level US goaltenders.

At the pro level, the last American born goalie that logged any substantial minutes in the NLL was Erik Miller...way back in 2006.

The box goalie position has simply been been dominated by Canadian and First Nations players.  It's time to change that.

I am excited to work with goalies over an extended period of time to teach them how to play and excel in this position.  The BC Tour is the only time in the calendar when we have significant time to develop future stars.

Dallas Eliuk

  • Member of the NLL and Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame
  • Box Goal for 37 years
  • 18 Year Pro Career NLL
  • 4x NLL Champion
  • 2x Championship MVP
  • 9x All-Pro (7 consecutive 1st Team Selections [Top Goaltender] )
  • 20 years WLA - CLA Men's Senior A 
  • 1 Mann Cup (Canadian Championship)
  • 11x WLA All-Star 
  • 5x WLA Playoffs Series’ MVP
  • 3x Top Goaltender Award (G.A. & SV%)
  • 1x WLA League MVP 
  • Goaltender of the Millennium Award (in 2k)

Age Groups
All Goalies from Bantam 2010/2011 to Midget 2008/2009

Specific Instructions: All goalies should pack a heavy sweatshirt and sweatpants (to avoid tennis ball sting) as well as their regular box equipment.

Equipment Needed:

Helmet with throat guard, mouth guard, gloves and jock are required. Goalie sticks, pants, shin guards and uppers.


Any Questions?

Please contact Dallas Eliuk