Top Shot Electronic Hockey Net
The electronic net is a full-size hockey net that offers three separate hockey challenges. Participants shoot pucks at the electronic net with the goal to shoot quickly, accurately and decisively at lit targets. The net can be placed into a gallery of simulated dasher boards with mesh netting that will give the appearance of a hockey rink or an inflatable structure. One or two-player game for all ages starting at about 5 years old through to adults.
The Top Shot Electronic Net also offers a number of different games to provide hours of excitement. Face Off, Rapid Fire, and Tic-Tac-Toe are just some of the games to be had.
Mini Hockey Rink
In hallways, hotels, at arenas, and at hockey tournaments … kids love mini sticks. The Top Shot Hockey Mini Rink Zone provides the arena for the ultimate mini stick showdowns. Two styles to choose from: a foam version which is held together by a series of Velcro strips and connects to a 1/2″ padded floor; OR an inflatable structure powered by a 1/2 hp Koala blower. Played by two players who shoot a light foam ball with the goal of scoring on the opponents net. This game is usually suited towards younger players, aging from 3-14. Game duration can be determined by venue.
At Top Shot Hockey, we have been able to put a hockey twist on the game, while still maintaining the traditional Skee ball gameplay. Targets of varying sizes are staggered around the goal, placed in the scoring zones of a goalie (top corners, under the glove/blocker, & five hole). Different targets present varying levels of difficulty, resulting in different point totals. Whether playing with just one person, or two players competing head-to-head, Skee-Puck is fun for all ages. Requires no power and fits into an 18 ft x 5 ft footprint, Skee-Puck provides no-hassle fun for any hockey event!
Individual participants stick-handle a magnetic puck across a series of randomly lit sensors. The monitor will count down from 45 seconds, scoring one goal for each sensor that is turned off. The sensors, once initiated will randomly light up and will not turn off until the special magnetic ball makes contact with the sensor. Computer hardware, monitor, hockey sticks, ball, floor and game structure. Size can be determined by venue. Usually a 4 x 8 series of sensors is used but can be customized to each usage.
Slap Shot Radar
Think you can blast a slap shot like Zdeno Chara? Test your slap shot with the Slap Shot Radar … individual participants shoot at a net and target, while having the speed of their slap shot recorded and displayed.
An exciting version of hockey played with mini-sticks and a Gockey ball on a unique Gockey table. For two players, Gockey is a fun game well suited to challenging a friend in any number of recreation, camp, and tournament events
Two players challenge each other to a stick-handling duel within the confines of the box hockey rink. Lots of fun and works well with developing hand and arm strength.
Two players challenge each other to the classic Super Chexx hockey game. A fan favorite everywhere!
Ideal for the younger hockey fan, simple and easy. Four corners and a fifth hole. Can be used with balls or pucks.
Participants will put on a goalie mask, stick and gloves and attempt to stop foam pucks shot at them by an operator. The challenge will be to stop as many pucks in a specific time.
Soccer Shooter Tutor
Ideal for soccer fans looking to show their shooting accuracy. Complete with shooting gallery and field turf, to provide a game like soccer atmosphere. This game also has the option of an added radar to test accuracy and shot speed.
Shut Out Virtual Goalie
One-player game where the participant stands in a studio like structure with their image on a monitor. Virtual shooters will attempt to score as the participant tries to stop as many pucks as possible. Includes one game case that holds the monitor, computer hardware and camera. The structure consists of two side walls and a back wall of special chroma-key green backdrop to enhance the participant’s image on the screen. Lighting may be required depending on the location.
You Make the Call
Everyone knows the iconic goal call from the 1972 Summit Series. It’s your turn with Top Shot Hockey’s You Make The Call. Individual participants choose from a variety of hockey games and listen to a short segment of “play-by-play” on a monitor. Once they have heard the commentary the participant records their voice with the game segment they have chosen. A portable sound booth will be set up with monitor, computer hardware, microphone and viewing station. The booth measures approximately 6’ by 6’.
* – Denotes Hockey Hall of Fame licensed game