Bestselling Ice Hockey Equipment in 2020
Shock Doctor CoreLse HK Shor with Adult Bio Cup, Black, Medium
- Core flex pocket design and integrated cup lock
- Loose fit design with Super ventilated mesh fabric
- Ideal for hockey players seeking a roomier short, the core loose hockey short provides comfort and support in a ventilated, relaxed fit
- Constructed with super-ventilated moisture-wicking mesh fabric, chafe-free flat-lock seams and comfort-fit waistband
- Includes Bio-Flex cup
Hockey Revolution Stickhandling Training Aid, Equipment for Puck Control, Reaction Time and Coordination - MY ENEMY
- MY ENEMY is innovative hockey training aid for stickhandling, puck control, reaction time, coordination and other hockey skills.
- Swedish Stickhandling ball included with all MY ENEMY products
- My ENEMY is made from 5 ribs with Max lenght 165 cm (65 ")
- Put MY ENEMY ribs in different angles to create variation of exercises
- Designed to work with Hockey Revolution interactive training APP
Mylec Deluxe Hockey Goal Set
- Street hockey set includes two 43-inch Jet Flo sticks, one no-bounce hockey ball, and a goal
- High-impact PVC tubing and sleeve netting
- Goal measures 48 by 37 inches (W x D)
- Assembles easily in minutes
- Folds for easy storage
Hockey WrapAround, Off Ice Hockey Stick Protector, Hockey Training and Practice Aid (white)
- Protect your hockey stick - build your hockey performance without damaging your expensive hockey stick blade
- A must for off-ice practice and training - replicates the feel of on-ice stick handling on any surface
- Durable and light - privately formulated plastic for maximum durability and flexibility, yet extremely light weighing only 39 grams
- Mimic anything you do on the ice, off the ice - allows practice with your favorite stick, and is completely slap shot ready when taped
- Versatile - fits senior, intermediate, and junior sticks, and both right and left handed sticks
Jetstream 36 Inch 3-Pocket Hockey Equipment Duffle Bag (Grey)
- Heavy duty 600 denier water resistant polyester
- Large main opening; end pockets fit skates and accessories
- 2 inch polypropylene webbing handles
- Durable 2-way nylon zippers
- Dimensions: 36 inches X 16 inches X 15 inches
Hockey Revolution Dryland Flooring Tiles - MY PUZZLE - Build Your Own Training Platform (20 Tiles (23.5 sqft), Tile Only)
- MY PUZZLE can be used by virtually any hockey player anywhere by placing it to any flat surface
- Size of each dryland training tile is 13"x13"
- Tiles are durable and high quality and is easily portable and can be used anywhere for off ice hockey training.
- MY PASSER ONE TIMER ($59.95 value) can be added for better passing, shooting and one-timers also can be combined with other Hockey Revolution products
- Make interactive workout with HOCKEY REVOLUTION training app.
Rave EZ Set Ice Rink 200
- Sets up quickly and easily
- 8" high side walls accommodates maximum ground slope of 5" over 10ft (3-8" of ice)
- Unique, side support brackets can be pivoted down after ice is formed for safety and tipped back up for re-icing
- Cuts or damage to side wall material can be easily patched. Allows for many years of use compared to inflatable rink liners
- Add your own hockey nets, shooting tarps, side boards, etc for added fun, training value
Franklin Sports NHL Pittsburgh Penguins GFM 1500 Goalie Face Mask
- The Franklin Sports GFM 1500 NHL Team Licensed Goalie Face Mask series keep any street hockey goalie protected and comfortable while representing your favorite NHL team
- Each helmet features official NHL team colors and logos and the chrome finished steel cage makes you feel like one of your favorite goalies between the pipes
- Molded high-impact ABS plastic
- Recommended sizing for ages 6-12
- Not HECC/CSA certified for ice hockey or any type of "puck" play. Only for street hockey use with official size 2 5/8" ball
Sniper's Edge Hockey Ice Hockey Shooting Pad, 24 x 48-Inch
- Drastically improves your stick handling, shooting and passing skills.
- Simulates the smooth, slick feeling of real ice
- Designed w/ beveled edges and carrying handle for ease and convenience
- Protect your sticks from concrete and rough asphalt in your driveway, garage, or basement
- Engineered to last, season after season after season
American Athletic Shoe Boy's Ice Force Hockey Skates, Black, 9
- Perfect for the backyard or pond hockey
- Indoor and Outdoor skates
- Sizing is true to shoe size
A&R Sports Folding Lace Tightener
- Pulls Laces Tight for Desired Comfort
- Angled to Capture and Holds Lace
- Beveled Edge Prevents Tearing of Lace
- From A&R Sports, the leading brand in sports accessories for over 20 years
No Sweat Hockey Helmet Liner & Sweat Absorber (Players/Officials) (6 Pack)
- CURRENTLY USED BY EVERY NHL OFFICIAL / REFEREE! NHL Players and Officials use NoSweat every time they play, practice or train. Great for all ages and levels.
- SOAKS UP SWEAT and locks it inside the product. Helps prevent dripping sweat, burning eyes and nasty odor. REDUCES FOG buildup in glasses, masks and half shields.
- No Sweat Liner is thin, soft and lightweight. Fits inside the front of your LID. | EASY-TO-USE: 1) Peel It. 2) Stick It. 3) NoSweat!
- Patented design and DriLID Technology. 100% AMERICAN MADE.
- 3, 6, 12, 25, or 50 NoSweats inside each pack.
A&R Sports The Re-Edger Multi Function Tool
- Handheld Multi-Function Skate Blade Sharpener
- Includes Ceramic Steel and Replaceable Honing Stone
- Perfect for On-the-Fly Skate Blade Repairs
- From A&R Sports, the leading brand in sports accessories for over 20 years
Hockey Etiquette that They Left Out of the Rule Book
10 unwritten rules of ice hockey necessary to maintain the honor and respect of the game.
Hockey is becoming like other major league sports where show boating and trash talking are the order of the day. There are several rules of etiquette that aren't written in most rulebooks. Any parent or coach should take care to instill these things to young players at a very early level. These unwritten rules boil down to common respect and decency. Respect and honor are hallmarks of hockey, this etiquette must be preserved for the future of the sport.
1. When taking the ice for warm-ups, stay in your half of the ice.
Think of the center-line as your battle line. Resist the urge to stretch your legs by doing a circle around the rink. The other team may take acceptation to you skating through their warm-up space.
2. Never shoot high on the goalie in warm-ups.
The main purpose behind this is so your goalie doesn't get injured while he is tiring to warm-up. There is absolutely no reason to wind up on a big slap shot during warm-up. Save it for the game.
3. Don't be overly physical with other team's superstar.
Remember, when you check another player, the purpose is so you can play the puck, not to put the player in the hospital. This courtesy should be extended to all players. If you put the other team's best player into the boards, be prepared for retribution.
4. Huge celebrations for goals are bad form.
There are some players in the NHL that have made spectacles of their goal celebrations. This is entirely disrespectful to the other team and their goalie. Give a teammate a slap with your stick, or a pat on the helmet, but handle yourself with class at all times.
5. When the game is over, thank the referees.
This isn't a formal rule, but it's a nice thing to do. Besides, there is a good chance you will see the same referee some other time, it never hurts to grease the wheels.
6. Don't shoot the puck back into the net after you just scored.
This is the equivalent of rubbing salt in the wounds of a goalie. Goal keepers are trained to stop the puck from going in. If you shoot the puck in the net after the whistle, it is an insult.
7. Don't spray ice in the face of an opposing player or goalie.
This is just common respect. There is a tactical advantage to spraying a goalie, however if you have to blind the goalie in order to score, you may want to work on your shot rather than spaying ice.
8. Don't say anything if you know your teammate is inured.
If it gets out to the other team that one of your teammates is skating with a bruised shoulder, they are likely to target that part of the player's body. At the NHL level teams disclose injuries as "upper body injury" or "lower body injury" to discourage the practice of targeting.
9. Don't hit the goalie when he's playing the puck behind the net.
When the goalie is out of the crease, he becomes another skater and is fair game. While this may be the case, he has limited mobility due to his equipment. If you have to hit someone, hit the defenseman after the goalie has passed the puck.
10. Don't talk in the faceoff circle.
There is never a correct time or place to talk trash. Taunting the other team while you are setting up for a faceoff is useless and classless. Let your play do all of your talking.