The Hockey Puck Rebound Device is an apparatus for practicing puck passing and receiving on an individual basis.
Inventor Ryan Sotheran of Sanford, MB has created an apparatus for practicing puck passing and receiving on an individual basis.
Hockey has remained a popular sport throughout history. However, for one to become skilled at hockey, a great deal of time and practice must be spent. This is especially true when it comes to passing and receiving the puck. More games are won and lost on puck passing than almost any other factor of the game. Much teaching and coaching time is spent on passing, but true practice requires at least one other person to receive the puck and pass it back. Unfortunately, many times practice partners are not available, and thus ones game suffers. Inventor Sotheran has created a means by which one can practice puck passing on ones own.
This clever new invention teaches and reinforces the fundamentals of hockey. It allows for passing practice with only one person. The device can be used indoors or outdoors. It works on pavement or ice. It is easy to transport. The use of the Hockey Puck Rebound Device provides the ability for hockey players to practice puck passing in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.