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What exactly does the Hockey Machine do?

When the hockey game begins, all nine lighted panels are turned on. You are given a hockey stick and 15 hockey pucks. The objective is to shoot out all nine lighted panels in the shortest possible time. A timer located on the middle panel tells you how much time has elapsed.

Other games (including Tic-Tac-Toe) are on the Hockey Machine, but the original game mentioned is the most popular game. 

How do I rent an interactive Hockey Machine net?


For an instant quote, just call us in 416-725-8349. That's all it takes to rent out the hockey machine. We deliver to anywhere in the Greater Toronto Area.  We transport our games ourselves and do not use shippers.   Delivery is FREE to Toronto, Vaughan, Mississauga, and Brampton. Outside of this area, a delivery charge applies.  We will get back to you as soon as possible with a quote.

Where can I find support for the Hockey Machine if something goes wrong?


In the unlikely event that the Hockey Machine malfunctions on its' own, every effort will be made to fix the Hockey Machine as quickly as possible. We do regular maintenance on our Hockey Machine before every rental to help ensure that you will have a worry free rental. 

If you elect to manage the Hockey Machine yourself (which we recommend), we will have a representative on site within one hour (barring any hazardous traffic conditions or traffic jams) of your call to our cellular support line for local events. For more serious problems (e.g. computer board to be replaced), we can use our Hockey Machine backup when available.  For an additional fee, and subject to availability, we can have a tech on site to fix games as needed.  Every effort will be made to ensure the quickest possible downtime. 

What are the payment terms?

50% deposit and the remaining 50% on day of delivery. 

When is the best time to make a booking?

Please book as early as possible to avoid disappointment. Once the 50% deposit is received, this guarantees your booking time of the Hockey Shot machine. 

(Image by Dan Bodanis)

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