Reviews

A variety of reviews about our world famous products, and what other hockey influencers/companies think about what we have made.

In this section you will find out what our hockey partners have to say about HockeyShot. This includes a variety of reviews about our WORLD FAMOUS PRODUCTS, and what other hockey influencers/ companies think about what we have created. Having insight with a number of prominent people in the game of hockey will allow us to deliver the most exceptional hockey products you will ever hope to find. By working with our partners, we give our consumers the option to SEE FOR YOURSELF why HockeyShot is the largest online specialty retailer of hockey training equipment worldwide! It’s really simple, we provide state-of-the-art training aids, the most competitive prices and ultimately the BEST CUSTOMER SERVICE for all your needs. There’s a reason we stand by our slogan… The future of hockey starts now, with fun and dynamic training aids. Go ahead and see for yourself!

  • If you are looking for hockey workout equipment for off-ice stickhandling, passing, shooting or skating practice, the Slideboard Pro is a great setup for both kids and adults.

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  • Overall I like the slideboard. I think that younger hockey players will get the most use out of it because it would help them develop a lot of fundamental skills. A player with a big imagination could think of a lot of uses for the slideboard. There were a few things that I liked and a few I didn't like. I will outline the pros and cons below.

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  • Are you looking for ways to practice your stick handling skills, and improve your skating techniques? The G1 Extreme Slideboard is ideal hockey workout equipment for your needs.

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  • As you know, hockey is a complex game that combines MANY different skills. Great hockey players can skate well, stickhandle, shoot, pass, they're strong, fast, smart, and make the right decision at the right time!

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  • Whether you are practicing with your team or just trying to perfect skills on your own or with your buddies, ideally you can always have a decent ice surface available to skate on. But that just isn’t practical all the time. Sure if you live in Canada or northern parts of the US you may have access to both indoor and outdoor rinks for a decent time during the year. But even then what about in the spring and summer? Or perhaps you live in an area where ice rinks are for-profit busines...

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  • Do you need to work on all of your skills off ice? Stick handling? Passing? Shooting? There are a lot of options as to what to use. Regular hockey pucks are too heavy and don’t move the same when used off ice as on an ice surface. This is due to the difference in friction encountered when used for dryland training on non-ice surfaces. Most dryland pucks and balls are lightweight and not necessarily the same size as a puck, but do help with refining stickhandling skills. But what if you w...

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  • The HockeyShot Extreme Dangler is a stickhandling training tool for working on improving your skills both on the ice and off ice. You can use this product with any type of hockey ball or puck to practice your favorite moves and drills such as figure eights or toe drags and more. When used for dryland training, the HockeyShot Extreme Dangler can be used with a shooting pad or flooring tiles. It is lightweight for ease of transporting yet made of a durable plastic material that can tolerate ...

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  • Looking to fine tune your stickhandling skills? Do you need to be able to work on stickhandling anywhere? Both indoors and outdoors? Then you should get the HockeyShot Extreme Stickhandling Ball to add to your training equipment.

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  • One of the biggest challenges in hockey training is ice time. There's never enough of it. Ask any hockey player what they want most of all, and the answer will usually be "More ice time!" Apart from the various hockey teams using the same ice rink needing training time, there are other demands on the available ice time which come from figure skating groups, and public skating times, not to mention those few months in the summer when the ice rink is closed completely.

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  • With the arrival of spring, everyone is starting to think ahead to warmer weather and summer fun, and for many hockey players, that means finding a place to practice effectively.

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