As a goalie who got most of his experience just playing in local leagues, I never have had much practice in solo goalie drills. In general when I goto play in my local practice/scrimmage league, our instructors devote some time to just the offense and defense drills while myself as the goalie am left alone to stretch and do whatever until they're done. This isn't an extremely long time, as they don't want to leave me out, but the amount of time stretches for a bit longer then needed for just stretching out. Basically my question is, what are some drills I can do on my own for a short time while instructors work with the offense and defense?
There were a few free online resources that discussed solo ice hockey goalie drills - most of these discussed skating and exercises.
Livestrong.com lists a few solo drills in this online article:
The article also pointed to some other resources. The one article (from Best Hockey Drills) listed these drills:
This article also notes that:
Finally, there is a paid goalie bundle from an online bookstore, focusing on goalie drills. I've never used it, but it may provide the drills that you're looking for (see the first topic). The online blurb notes that the bundle covers these topics:
Hopefully, one of these resources will point you in the right direction.