Dr. Mark Hogue, Otters sports psychologist and chaplain, said, "It would be all about hockey.
He'd have to stop every puck, and that gets to be way too much pressure."
began training for the 2015-16 season after only three days off because of the sting from losing to Oshawa in the OHL finals.
Hogue, a clinical psychologist with Northshore Psychological Associates in Erie who played in net for the Erie Lions as a youth, helped Williams sharpen the mental and emotional sides of goaltending late last season through performance, process and outcome goals.
first goal-setting session with the team Wednesday night.
instantly knew his
mindset had changed for the better.