The Guardian Adjustable Anchorpegs are an all-in-one hockey goal frame anchor (peg) and post protector for goalie skate blades. These Adjustable Anchorpegs are designed to dislodge upon front impact for player safety, yet stay in place while a goaltender slides post to post, allowing goalies to execute post play properly. Made of a durable plastic material, these pegs fit all NHL regulation goals.
As the game of Hockey evolves, so too has the goaltender position. Like never before Goaltenders have incorporated post integration training and RVH movements into their skillset. To further aid in the development of goaltenders there is a New Era of net peg anchoring systems. The Guardian Adjustable Anchorpegs are designed to anchor the goal net into the ice while a goaltender slides post to post, allowing goalies to execute post play properly while helping save their skate blades from nicks and dull edges. Anchorpegs are also designed to dislodge upon front impact for player safety, and they are currently the official game peg of the NAHL and are used in numerous leagues across North America.
Guardian Anchorpegs stay in place while goaltenders Push,Lean,Bump,VH,RVH without sacrificing safety. The Guardian Anchoring System allows goalies to perfect their on ice movements without the net dislodging upon contact. The “adjustability” feature allows the goalie to determine how much anchoring they need to perform at their own level hockey.
Guardian Anchorpegs provide goalies with much needed post impact absorbtion, reducing stress on knees , hips & ankles giving them more miles on their body and skate edges.
"For years it has been a frustration to get on the ice and not feel like the net has been properly secured down during drills, especially those that require pushing from the post. After multiple failed attempts to keep the nets secured in place we were ready to just accept reality, that there was no solution to our problem out there. After being introduced to the AnchorPegs, we at the Academy of Hockey, believe that there is no better way to ensure the net will not move during drills. Not only does the net remain in place but damage to the ice is minimal where the pegs hold in the ice. If you are looking for an answer to nets constantly being knocked off in practice, AnchorPegs are just that.”
- MartIn Biron (Former NHL Goaltender/ Current TSN Analyst) and John Daigneau (Former Professional Goaltender) Academy of Hockey Goaltender Development Staff