Kraymer was born and raised in southern Saskatchewan, and played his minor hockey for the Weyburn Redwings. After his family moved to Vancouver in 2003, Kraymer was drafted to the Vancouver Giants in 2005. His junior career led him to play for the Notre Dame Hounds and Nipawin Hawks in the SJHL as well as the Lloydminister Bobcats in the AJHL. Kraymer also played for the Vancouver Giants and Everett Silvertips in the WHL. However the highlight of his junior career was a season with the Red Deer Rebels in 2010. After his junior career was completed, Barney spent time in the Central Hockey League with the Texas Brahmas and had a tryout with the Texas Stars of the AHL. Kraymer then went on to complete 5 years of college & university hockey with the UBC Thunderbirds of the CIS and the Red Deer College Kings in the ACAC. He then went on to play for the Lacombe Generals and was runner up in the 2017 Allan Cup. He is still playing with the Innisfail Eagles in the ACHW.
Kraymer's coaching career began in 2009 when he was recruited to coach an elite spring hockey team in BC. That same year Kraymer launched Stable in the Net and began instructing goalies of all ages. In 2013 he moved to Red Deer where he had very fond memories with the Rebels and he continued to coach and work with young goalies. Kraymer has spent time with various Red Deer minor hockey teams as well as all age groups with the Red Deer Rustler's spring teams. He is also the central Alberta goalie lead for Hockey Alberta. Most recently Kraymer was hired by the Red Deer Rebels to return to the team as their goaltender coach.
Mike grew up in Red Deer playing all of his minor hockey there. He played 2 years of Midget AAA and was recognized as the top goaltender of the Mac's tournament in 2009. Mike then played 4 years of junior hockey, Major Junior for the Seattle Thunderbirds and Prince George Cougars (WHL) and Junior A for the Canmore Eagles (AJHL) and Notre Dame Hounds (SJHL). After finishing his junior career he came back home to Red Deer to play for the Red Deer College Kings in their first season back in the ACAC. Sammy has been a goalie coach for various Red Deer Minor Hockey and Red Deer Rustlers teams. He has also been a student and instructor with various goalie camps over the years including Gold in the Net, Above the Crease, Goal Development Inc, World Pro, and CanPro. Mike has also been the the goaltending instructor for CanPro for the past 3 years.
Jayden was born and raised in Red Deer and played his minor hockey career their as well. His time with RDMH was highlighted by a Telus cup in 2013 as well as being named AMHL playoff MVP. Jayden went undrafted in the bantam draft, but was quickly scooped up by the Kootenay Ice in the Western Hockey League. He was traded to the Victoria Royals in 2014 for a brief 10 game stint before ending up in Lethbridge with the Hurricanes where he helped take a last place team to a Central Division title in 2015-2016. In 2016 he was traded again to the Spokane Chiefs where he is playing this season as a 20 year old. Jayden is not only still playing at a very high level, but he has spent time coaching with GDI and also helping out well known Red Deer area goalie coach Andy Nowicki for various schools. With Jayden's current playing career still in full swing, he will bring current knowledge and experience that will be vital to goaltending growth.
Mark has been coaching hockey with Red Deer Minor Hockey for over 7 seasons. Five of those seasons as the head coach for his son's team. After realizing that goalies are neglected in the minor hockey system 5 years ago, he became certified through Hockey Alberta as a goalie coach. Mark has played goal for several years in men’s leagues, but his true passion is instructing and teaching. He has worked with the Barabonoff hockey camp, Hockey Alberta as well as the TBS hockey school in Red Deer. Mark is also credited with jump starting Stable in the net to where it is today. After approaching Kraymer, the 2 of them put their heads together and launched SITN just weeks later. Mark's influence in Red Deer minor hockey has helped build awareness of Stable in the Net's presence in central Alberta.