I just thought, I might add another review.
There is one book, I'd recommend to any goalie.
Not because save movements have good descriptions in there, not because the workouts and drills are so great and not because the equipment is described in such great detail.
No, all this does not apply to Jacques Plantes book "On Goaltending".
The equipment section is quite helpful, if you have to play with inferior equipment. The workouts are nice, if you do not like weights and they all work at home. The drills give you an idea, how to develop your own. There is a basic set of movevments described (glove save, blocker save, stack pads, skate save). But all this is not, what you will be looking for, if you buy that book.
It has two real benefits. One major point is positioning and when to play the puck. Everything said about those issues work regardless of style and rules (to a certain degree, if they no longer let goalies leave the crease, a lot of the fun is taken away anyway) and will help you along your career.
The other benefit comes from between the lines. It is a philosophy behind goaltending. The book tells you, what you want to achieve and helps you find ways, it should be used to develop your own style, and that's why I think, it is not outdated
I've bought that book after reading an article by Paul Steigerwald or someone else of the Pittsburgh Tribune "Goaltending by the book" which claimed Tommie Bs style to be from that book. At those days I have not been playing, but it helped me watch and judge goalies differently than before. But its true value came apparent as I started playing myself later.
What do you think?