Here’s a playing set that you can play in either the garage, backyard (provided you have a lot of space), driveway or on the street. It’s called the Deluxe Folding Hockey Goal Set by Mylec. This goal set is, as the title says, foldable so you can put in a safe place in your garage, shed, or basement for easy storage without taking up too much space as compared to a non-foldable hockey set.
If you enjoy playing hockey, or if you know anyone that does and either you or they:
- don’t have the room and financial resources to set up a hockey rink in the back yard;
- can’t afford the cost of ice time at the local rink; and
- can’t afford hundreds of dollars worth of equipment
Then, this item would be suitable for you or someone you know, and it will provide hours of fun and enjoyment.
The durable PVC tubing creates a sturdy frame, while the sleeve netting systems assembles in just minutes for quick play, anytime. This hockey set comes complete with two 43-inch street hockey sticks and blade combos and one ball. Goal folds for easy, efficient storage.
This hockey set without the ice was a pretty revolutionary shot attempt, and some might even say it was a crazy idea over 40 years ago, but nevertheless a man named Raymond W. Leclerc pressed on. With 20 years of toy manufacturing experience and a lifetime love of all-things hockey, this proud creator developed the street hockey concept that’s so incredibly popular today. In 1970, he launched the Mylec Corporation and became a pioneer.
This youth street hockey set has a review of 4.6 out of 5 stars from 329 customers who bought this item. Most of the the reviews stated that it “didn’t take long to set-up/install”. Other reviews stated that it was just as much fun as compared to playing on the ice, only that the product is “not as expensive”.
Mylec Sports which was founded by Raymond W. Leclerc in 1970 offers a wide range of products for both street hockey and roller hockey, as well as other sports and flooring products consumers love. The company tries to make the best hockey equipment possible where people of all ages can enjoy the game without the traditional use of ice. Their mission statement is:
Mylec Hockey has been a leading innovator and manufacturer of street hockey equipment since 1970 when it was founded in Winchendon, Massachusetts. In 1972 Ray Leclerc developed the first Orange “no bounce” street hockey ball, that allowed the game to be played on all surfaces and is still the standard today for street hockey. Since then, we have been committed to setting the pace for the future, as well as offering the best price/value relationship to all of our customers.
I hope I provided you with as much information with this review about this hockey set for youths. In the future, I hope to add a hockey set that you can play on ice. If you have any questions regarding this post/article please add them in the comments section and I’ll answer right back as soon as I can. Thanks.
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This seems like it could be an ideal present for my nephew who is going through a sports faze at the moment. Perhaps it will be a good Xmass present for him.
My only concern is the hockey ball hitting cars or windows in the street he and his mates would be playing in.
Your article describes the hockey ball as a ‘no-bounce hockey ball.’ It sounds like it will easily put a window through.
What do you think? Is it a neighbor-friendly kids toy? His mum does not have a big enough garden for its use, so the street is where he would have to play with it.
Hi James! I would like to thank you for commenting on this post. Yes, I agree that this would make a good Xmas gift. Not to mention, it would also make a great birthday gift. To answer your question, this youth hockey set is made for children ages 4-12 as the hockey sticks are quite small. The ball is neighbor friendly as well. So, I hope this helps. If you have any more questions feel free to send a reply, and I’ll do my best to touch base with you with any information I can provide. Thanks for stopping by!
Hey thanks for the article,
I was looking up street hockey and I came by this, and does it bring up some good times as a youth!
This looks like an excellent setup and a fun activity for me and my younger brothers.
Now it’s time to find a pair of roller blades that fit!
Hello there, Jason. I have added a site with what you are looking for. You can check it out by going here. I hope this is what you are looking for, and please ask any questions that you may have regarding this or anything that you have on this site. Thanks!