Established in 2010, Ryan Munce Goaltending is a successful full-time school dedicated to teaching athletes of all ages and levels, proper and proven goaltending techniques to help them achieve higher levels of success and take their game to the next level. 


RMG uses progressive styles of goaltending development that has been recognized and used by goaltenders in the NHL, AHL & OHL and has quickly become one of the top schools in North America for delivering personal mentorship and positively impacting the next generation of puck-stoppers.

I’ve had the privilege to go very far in my hockey career and I can honestly say that where I’m at right now is by far my favourite. I feel very lucky to teach and inspire kids every day and impact young athletes in a positive way. From teaching young kids how to hold a hockey stick to taking future Hall of Famers to new levels, my students mean everything to me.

ryan munce

CEO/Head Goaltending Development Coach

About Ryan

Munce’s goalie career started in the GTHL where he back-stopped his team to the championships and the Midget provincial championships where he was awarded player of the tournament.


After years of honing his skills in preparation for his junior career, Ryan made the roster of The Sarnia Sting and as a rookie, went on to play 27 games (68 game season) and received numerous honours including OHL and CHL all-rookie team, F.W. Dinty Moore Trophy for best rookie goaltender (best GAA 2.64) and was selected by Hockey Canada as the starting goaltender for Team Canada at the U18 World Championship in Russia.


Ryan back-stopped Team Canada to a Gold Medal, the first ever at that tournament where he pitched a 3-0 shut-out in the gold medal game against Slovakia (Jaroslav Halak) and was named best goalie of the tournament.


That Team Canada was the first to ever win the Gold Medal at that tournament which has been memorialized by taking Ryan’s stick and hockey socks into the Hockey Hall of Fame.

His talent and skills then caught the eye of the NHL scouts and in 2003 he was selected in the 3rd round of the NHL draft by the LA Kings (4th goalie selected overall behind Marc-Andre Fleury, Corey Crawford, and Jimmy Howard).


Ryan had a multi-year career in pro hockey playing in leagues including the ECHL, AHL, CHL and Italy before shifting his passion to sharing his knowledge with aspiring goalies looking to take their game to the next level. In his ten solid years of teaching his clients have included NHL, CHL & OHL stars and elite level goalies. He also scouts for OHL teams. 


  • NHL Los Angeles Kings draft pick (2003, 3rd round)
  • Team Canada (U18) gold medalist in 2003 (starting goalie 1.83 gaa)
  • OHL Sarnia sting 10th round draft pick
  • CHL All-rookie team
  • Goalies World magazine, over 8 years ranked, 4 years in top 3

About chris

Since Chris was 5 years old, he was destined to be a goalie. From the first day his older brother propped him up in front of the garage door to stop the pucks, all the way to his participation in the both the Provincial and National 2019 Jr A finals.

Chris has been part of the local hockey scene since 2005. From his first year of Tyke where he showed immediate all-star performance to playing on AAA and select teams throughout his teenage years.


Throughout minor hockey Chris played for various teams in the GTHL and for the Oakville Rangers, as well as completed his Jr career playing 3 years (2 years as starter) for our local Oakville Blades Jr A team.

Chris has been mentored by Ryan Munce as a goalie coach for many years and has been sharing his love of the game and mentoring younger players for the past several years.