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Shooting Star Pro Trainer 30" x 40" Hockey Shooting Board

Shooting Star Pro Trainer 30" x 40" Hockey Shooting Board - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Improve your puck speed off the shot with the Shooting Star Pro Trainer. For use inside and out, this hockey shooting board is built with poly ice that feels like real ice and protects expensive gear from rough surfaces. Improve accuracy and stick handling skills, while increasing velocity and goal production. At just 5.5 lbs. with an easy-to-grip handle, the Shooting Star Pro Trainer Hockey Shooting Board fits easily into your practice routine.

  • Recommended for hockey players of all ages and levels of play
  • Improves shot velocity and goal making
  • Increases accuracy and stick handling skills
  • Poly ice feels like real ice
  • For use year-round, inside and outside
  • Protects expensive hockey sticks from rough surfaces
  • Easy-grip handle with beveled edges
  • Dimensions: 30" x 40"
  • Weight: 5.5 lbs.
  • Shooting Star
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 23313656

Customer Reviews:

Shooting Star Pro Trainer 30" x 40" Hockey Shooting Board 2 5 1 1
delivered with scratches I received the hockey board as a Christmas present for my son - I opened the large box and noticed there are scratches all over the board -some looking deeper than others - I feel its too late to try to do an exchange or take to the store (because of the local stores didn't have it in) I realize that it will get all scratched up once my son starts using it - but still a bit disappointed December 8, 2014
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