FLIP WRIST HOCKEY GAME

$50.00$70.00

Flip Wrist Ice Hockey will have you standing up, moving around and living the game!
A flip of the wrist sends the puck sizzling to score a goal for your team! It’s just the
right size for up to 6 players. Flip Wrist Ice Hockey game includes 2 goalies, 6 players, a Zamboni, and a playing surface. The Flip Wrist Ice Hockey game is safe for ages 3 and older.

Painted zemboni

Painted Zamboni

Plain zemboni

Plain Zamboni

player plain

player plain

Plain Goalie

Plain Goalie

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Description

Flip Wrist Ice Hockey Game

Flip Wrist Ice Hockey will have you standing up, moving around and living the game! A flip of the wrist sends the puck sizzling to score a goal for your team! It’s just the right size for up to 6 players
Player painted

Your player will score.

Player painted

Your player will score.

Player unpainted.

You can paint it with your favourite team colours.

Plain Goalie

Plain Goalie

Plain zemboni

Plain Zamboni

Painted zemboni

Painted Zamboni

The arena is .6 x 45.7 x 91.4 cm (1/4” x 18” x 36”)

Each player is 1.9 x 12 x 12.7 cm (3/4” x 4-3/4” x 5”)

Zamboni measures 8.2 x 15.2 cm ( 3 1/4x 8″)

Ice hockey evolved from the stick-and-ball games played outdoors in the icy 19th century Canada winters. The game was a favourite of British soldiers and immigrants and was played on ice skates with a puck propelled with sticks made by the Micmacs of Nova Scotia.
The first mention of the word hockey in English dates to 1799. The word puck is derived from the Scottish “puc” meaning to deliver a blow. The game became so popular that the first world championship was held at Montreal’s annual Winter Carnival in 1883.
Ottawa-Hockey-Club-1883-84.

Ottawa-Hockey-Club-1883-84.

Additional information

Weight 7 kg
Dimensions 45 × 91 × 2 cm
Appearance

Unpainted, Painted

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