Mylec 920 Hockey Shooting Mat

Mylec 920 Hockey Shooting Mat

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4 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
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Mylec 920 Hockey Shooting Mat

  • Overall size 2' x 4'
  • Practice shooting, passing, and stick handling
  • Surface ideal for ice pucks, roller pucks, and balls
  • Mat can be expanded by adding additional squares
  • Mat made of high impact sports surface
  • Perfect for off ice hockey training
  • Easy to store
  • Assembles in minutes
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Mylec 920 Hockey Shooting Mat
4 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
4 Stars

Great for off ice training
February 12, 2013
Like others have said, it works really well with about everything except Ice pucks. However if you stick your ice pucks in the freezer for a little while they seem to work pretty well on it.

4 Stars

Not Ice But Still Nice
January 10, 2011
Have been using this to stickhandle around the house for about 3 weeks. I like it a lot but dont expect the ice puck to slide on it like it does on ice. Roller pucks move great, and the fly puck also, but ice pucks not so much. <br><br>It is a bit small for some stickhandling drills but you can comfortably use it to practice shooting. <br><br>I used to stickhandle out on the street and ruin my blades so this is nice to have around the house/garage. It will pay for itself in about a year.

By Tony from Henderson, NV on July 5, 2013
Can multiple of these be purchased and linked together?
By Jeremiah at on July 5, 2013

Yes, you can link together as many as you wish.

By Eric from Brooklyn, NY on February 17, 2015
Is it as effective for shooting ice pucks as the standard shooting pads? (minimal stick handling)
By Customer Service on February 17, 2015

Yes, it will give you the same sensation as a regular shooting pad. What sets this apart is that you are able to change and adjust the tiles to whatever shape you like, and is also easy to store unlike a big shooting pad.

By Danny from Long Island, NY on January 13, 2014
This shays it's 2ftx4ft but the picture looks larger. What are the actual measurements?
By Customer Service on January 14, 2014

It's 2' x 4'. Each tile is 1'x1'.

By james from New York on June 16, 2015
does it slide just as well as a regular training board or does it slide less?
By Tommy @ on June 19, 2015

Yes, it will allow the pucks to slide just the same as a regular shooting board.

By John Raben from Voorhees on February 18, 2014
in the picture it shows 8 tiles is that what you get? or is it just 4?
By Customer Service on February 18, 2014

8 tiles are included. Each tile is 1' x 1'. The total size of the tiles as assembled in the picture is 2' x 4'.

By pf from NJ on March 12, 2015
How thick are the tiles?
By Customer Service on March 12, 2015

The tiles are approximately 1/2" thick.

By Cailean Johnson from Houston, TX on December 30, 2014
What is the material made of and how durable is it?
By Customer Service on December 30, 2014

They're made of a plastic compound and are very durable.

By Danny from Minot, North Dakota on June 20, 2013
can you use inline skates on this product?
By Jeremiah at on June 20, 2013

Yes, though it may be a little too slick to do any hard skating. If you just plan to shoot and do a minimal amount of skating (as much as is required to shoot and puck handle), you should be fine. Your skates shouldn't damage the board, if that's your concern.