Knee hockey updated! Bring our great Canadian game indoors. Enjoy a round-robin tournament over the holidays or a quick game any time. Practice slap shots and backhands as a fun way to practice midline crossing.
Who uses our Slap Shotz
- People looking for a fun physical activity.
- Anyone looking for something to do during family get-togethers and play dates that can include most ages and most developmental levels.
- People wanting to increase their eye-hand co-ordination.
- People looking for a fun way to practice midline crossing (backhand).
When to use
- At home
- Visiting at other people's homes
- When it's too cold outside
- At school (with permission)
Points to Note
- Award Winner - 2012 NETS annual Gold Star Award.
- Developed by a hockey coach, Slap Shotz develops real hockey skills that will strengthen wrist shots, slap shots, backhand shots, stick handling, passing and hand/eye coordination.
- Each kit has 2 handheld blades and 1 custom-made ball.
- Person with mobility issues can sit on the floor and play.
- Let's people of all levels of co-ordination play together.
- Slap Shotz is curvable. Warm blade with hot water for about one minute. Then, holding only the blade section, carefully add curve. Note: do not hold handle when curving blade section. Make sure blade is warm when curving.
- Quick, timed round robin tournament set up to include lots of people.
- Play using only non-dominant hand.
- Have both player sit side by side, facing a wall with a single goal. Players take turns trying to hit their balls into the goal. Do not need to be mobile to play this game.
- Slap Shotz and the indoor-safe ball should not be used near breakable items or items that can be knocked down.
- Keep a safe distance from each player.
- Proudly made in Canada.
- The blades are manufactured in Waterloo, Ontario using safe, organic dyes and 50% recycled milk sampling bottles. This creates a toy with no PVC, BPA or Phthalates.
Sizes and Prices
- One size
Taking care of your Slap Shotz
- Check your Slap Shotz regularly for wear.
- To wash: Wipe with soap and water. Rinse.
- To dry: Air dry.