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Extreme Glide Synthetic Ice: HOME Hockey Bunker

Welcome to the Extreme Glide Synthetic Ice Home Hockey Series, where we feature residential builds across the globe that use the Industry’s Most Complete Synthetic Ice for Hockey Players. This series is specifically designed to showcase the way Extreme Glide set-ups are being used for training at home whether in the garage, basement, backyard or driveway! No space is too big or too small

At HockeyShot, we’re passionate about offering the right surface for your intended skills practice. While we offer 3 types* of Synthetic Ice, we also offer 2 non-skateable Hockey Tiles suited for practicing the best sport in the world!

The MY Projects section on our website was created to provide a visual exhibit of both commercial and residential training spaces that have been completed with at least ONE model of HockeyShot flooring and in most instances, a multitude of other HockeyShot training products.

But it doesn’t stop there! The MY Projects Division at HockeyShot also exists as a team of multiple personnel readily available to communicate via phone, video or email, in order to facilitate consultation in regard to our inline skus, customization of 3rd party product and lastly, piece of mind as it relates to purchase and delivery of your order.

Go ahead and snipe through the project below!

From the ice up, the MY Projects staff have assisted on over 55+ commercial training facilities and 1000+ residential builds outs with Extreme Glide Synthetic Ice.



The winters in Quebec can get brutally cold, so although Canadians have lots of access to natural ice, it’s sometimes nice to have the option to work on your skills indoors- in the comfort of your own home! Building a synthetic ice training space in your house is a great way to put in those extra reps. Finding the ideal spot in or around your house will all depend on what skills you want to practice. For example, if you are looking to work on your stickhandling and shooting, then something as small as 160-200 sqft could be quite functional depending on age of athlete. If you are looking to work on skating and puck protection while in motion, then likely you’ll want a larger “runway” (both in length and width) to effectively improve these skills- in which case, a synthetic ice space in excess of 300 sqft could be a good target size.

Often times, once the location is determined, the next question becomes about containment & protection (e.g. boards, netting, acrylic, etc). Without delving into the specifics of these components in this article, have a look at how the following client set up their basement space for maximum skill development:

  • 16’W x 30’ L with Extreme Glide Synthetic Ice (4’x4’-3/8”)
  • Wall to Ceiling White Puck Board Plastic HDPE (regulation thickness) for protecting all parts of room.

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  • Accents of Red KickPlate and Top Sill to provide esthetic.

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