izes of Hockey Shooting Boards
Here are the four sizes available from HockeyShot
Junior - 24 inches wide by 48 inches long and 1/8 of an inch thick
Intermediate 28 inches wide by 52 inches long and 3/16 of an inch thick
Professional shooting pads which are 30 inches wide by 60 inches long and 3/16 of an inch thick.
Roll-Up pad - 4 feet wide by 8 feet long and 1/10 of an inch thick
Material of Hockey Shooting Board
The material used to make the shooting pads is HDPE or High-density polyethylene. This material is known to be very durable (lasting over 100 years in some cases) and
also be very slippery. HDPE is used in snowboarding and skiing to construct boxes and rails, and also in the
boards that are used in hockey arenas.
Benefits of the shooting board
The hockey shooting board has quite a few benefits. The first one is that it gives you a nice smooth surface
to shoot off of, so it brings you closer to the feeling of shooting and stickhandling on ice. The next big
advantage is the fact that the board is so smooth. This smooth surface will protect the blade of your
hockey stick. If you shoot and stickhandle on pavement, or a rough surface then your blade will wear down very quickly. And anything that will help protect your blade will save you money in the long run.
Use it to practice shooting, passing and stickhandling.
Protect your sticks from rough pavement and concrete.
Bevelled edges make it easier to get pucks onto the mat.
No more tape marks on your floor or driveway.
UV protection makes it excellent for summer training.
Handle makes it easy to carry.
Available in 3 sizes: Pro (30” x 60” x 3/16”), Intermediate (28” x 52” x 3/16”) and Junior (24” x 48” x 1/8”).