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04-18-2008, 07:05 PM
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Dryland Hockey Net suggestions

I'm looking for a Puck Friendly net. Anyone have any recommendations?

I plan on using that slide board and real pucks, unless others have some good suggestions for shooting practice.


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I'm looking for a Puck Friendly net. Anyone have any recommendations?

I plan on using that slick board and real pucks, unless others have some good suggestions for shooting practice.
A slick board! Do you mean a "Slide" board?

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A slick board! Do you mean a "Slide" board?

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yessir!

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My friend and I bougth a couple top model franklin ones. $150 bucks and we've only now gotten a couple holes in it... bought it 6 years ago??? just seasonal use though, they obvisoul have replaceable nets too.


http://www.dickssportinggoods.com/pr...id=body_rv_txt

like the one above! But mine doesn't have wheels.

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yessir!
So when you mean puck friendly net, do you mean metal?

If so, believe it or not, there is a company out of Tucson Arizona that make Steel hockey nets...of all places. I will see if I can get you a number and get back with you.

Here you go!
http://www.arizonasportsequipment.co...FQIgPAod5wsbfQ

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So when you mean puck friendly net, do you mean metal?

If so, believe it or not, there is a company out of Tucson Arizona that make Steel hockey nets...of all places. I will see if I can get you a number and get back with you.

Here you go!
http://www.arizonasportsequipment.co...FQIgPAod5wsbfQ

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Wow and those prices aren't too bad. I wonder what shipping is though. Thanks

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My friend and I bougth a couple top model franklin ones. $150 bucks and we've only now gotten a couple holes in it... bought it 6 years ago??? just seasonal use though, they obvisoul have replaceable nets too.


http://www.dickssportinggoods.com/pr...id=body_rv_txt

like the one above! But mine doesn't have wheels.
Not a bad deal either.

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I just ran into this too. Pretty cheap. http://www.overstock.com/Sports-Toys...2/product.html

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