@grizzlys_wolfsburg goaltender, @gvkuhn working on some cross crease movements with an RVH entry and a post to post RVH transition. Jerry starts facing the opposite side dot angle, shooter (or myself in this case) starts on the opposite side, down low below the goal line. Jerry makes a "long extension" T push, being careful to stay on that "inside edge" and not so much on his "hollow". It just so happens that Jerry goes skate blade to post on his RVH entries which is what I teach. I was taught the "3/4 point" by Columbus Blue Jackets goaltending coach, Ian Clark and I feel it's the best positioning when entering and exiting your post. Some goaltenders prefer "toe bridge" to post. But, all goaltenders are different in this aspect and all coaches teach something different and unique. So really, it's just preference. Point is, Jerry does a great job of staying on that inside edge when making his lateral movements and really seals up those post entries with a solid "3/4 point". This drill can be done at a mild pace or rapid pace depending on where it falls in your lesson. Jerry and I did this toward the end of our skate so the pace was more or less to focus on the form of the entries and exits, while involving a puck. You can speed the wrap around up, just be sure to maintain your form and really look for that complete seal on the post.