If you want the glory of a goal-scorer you have to practice your shot. HockeyShot’s Extreme Hockey Shooting Tarp lets you do that without the fear of damaging a wall or breaking a window. You can set it up inside or outside in any weather and get to work.
"I'm always looking for an edge to my game. HockeyShot products, like the Extreme Shooting Tarp, are great to help keep my puck handling & shooting sharp during the summer. All of their products help me to prepare better for the next season.”
Professional Hockey Player
New York Islanders
"Hockeyshot has done it again with their new Extreme Shooting Tarp. Once again they have put their research and development team to work to improve on their previous shooting tarp, in order to keep the product in touch with current player needs. Not only have they used a heavier, more reinforced material, they have made 2 new holes on either side of the blocker and glove, so that players can practice "giving their stick a set of eyes" and reaching past goalies from sharp angles for the far side! This shooting tarp is where engineering and technology meet functionality and relevancy in today's game!"
President of Vital Hockey Skills
Product Installation STEP 1)
Align and attach the top of the tarp to the top trim board/frame over the garage door opening using the 9 metal grommets at the top of the tarp and standard screws and washers. One inch screws work fine. STEP 2)
When attaching the tarp, don't forget to capture the included bungee ball cords between the tarp and the trim board/frame of the garage on the 2nd, 4th, 6th and 8th grommets starting from the left. (see picture below). STEP 3)
Once the tarp is installed (either in the garage or over the garage door opening) a standard 16’ wooden closet dowel can be inserted into the bottom sleeve of the tarp.
When Installing Inside a Garage/Building or in a Basement:
The HockeyShot Extreme Shooting Tarp can be hung from the ceiling in the garage. This is one of the most common types of installations and is very straight forward and simple.STEP 1)
Attach the top of the tarp using the metal grommets to a standard 2x4 that is as long as the width you want to install the tarp to. The width of the Extreme Shooting Tarp is 16 feet, but it can be installed to a width less than that if you would like. In this case, you would use a 2x4 of a length equal to the width you want to install the tarp to.STEP 2)
Once you have the 2x4, align and attach the top of the tarp to the 4 inch side of the 2x4 using the 9 metal grommets and standard screws and washers. One inch screws work fine. When attaching the tarp, don't forget to capture the included bungee ball cords between the tarp and the 2x4 on the 2nd, 4th, 6th and 8th grommets starting from the left.STEP 3)
Next use two eye or hook screws. At each end of the 2x4, in the 2 inch side, you will screw in an eye/hook screw. When the tarp is hanging the eye/hook screws will be pointing up towards the ceiling.STEP 4)
The final step is to use the eye/hook screws to hang the 2x4 from the ceiling. Again use either an eye/hook screw in two places in the ceiling. Then use 2 sections of rope, cable or chain to hang the 2x4 from the ceiling. You do not need to use very heavy rope, chain or cable as the total weight of the tarp is only 23 pounds plus about another 20 pounds for the 2x4.