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Note: could also be doubled as a street hockey goal.
Was also sold in a woot plus sale this past January for $49
Does this have enough weight to be used on the ice as a hockey goal? Also, how large is the lip along the bottom of the goal (enough to block a puck)?
Anybody who owns one want to chime in? Quality, packed size, etc..?
Not sure about this goal, but as someone who has ruined a goal or 12 in his time, I'll tell you this: if your goal (see what I did there) is to shoot pucks at it, you have to have hockey netting. Street hockey goals and the like will soon see the pucks go right through them. My suggestion for an ice hockey goal, with ice hockey pucks, is a wood frame and chicken wire netting, you know, if you want to be cheap.
grimkitty wrote:Does this have enough weight to be used on the ice as a hockey goal? Also, how large is the lip along the bottom of the goal (enough to block a puck)?
My Dh uses ours for golf practice. He loves it & I think he uses it more than the children I bought it for.
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