Mylec Jr. Hockey Goal Set, White
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- Future NHL pros can enjoy games of hockey in the driveway or street with this pint-sized, folding goal set
- Goal measures 40 by 36 by 15 inches (W x H x D)
- Made of durable 1.625-inch PVC piping, and folds up for easy storage
- Heavy-duty sleeve netting affixes quickly and withstands abuses of both weather and aggressive play
- Two 32-inch sticks and one no-bounce ball round out the package
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Mylec's durable PVC piping system features 1"5/8" tubing and a heavy duty sleeve netting for fast assembly. It Also features a complete hockey package Includes a goal, 2 sticks and a ball for complete one stop action.
Future NHL pros can enjoy games of hockey in the driveway or street with this pint-sized, folding goal set from Mylec. The goal measures 40 by 36 by 15 inches (W x H x D), is made of durable 1.625-inch PVC piping, and folds up for easy storage. Its heavy-duty sleeve netting affixes quickly and withstands the abuses of both weather and aggressive play. Two 32-inch sticks and one no-bounce ball round out the package.
Mylec has been leading the street hockey industry for more than 40 years, ever since Raymond W. Leclerc had a vision of an entirely new sport -- ice hockey played without ice. Combining his love of hockey and 20 years of toy manufacturing experience, he created the street hockey concept, and in 1971 launched the Mylec Corporation. Since then, Mylec has been a pioneer in the street hockey industry and is credited with creating the first hockey ball, plastic bladed stick, and plastic playing surface. Today, Mylec offers a wide range of products for street and roller hockey, as well as other sports and flooring products.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 15 x 40 x 36 inches; 3 Pounds
- Item model number : 807
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : November 1, 2007
- Manufacturer : Mylec
- ASIN : B000Y7VRWE
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- #5 in Hockey Goals
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But...the net is incomplete and needed some extra work to be truly functional. The problem is that the lower three bars weigh a whole lot less than the posts and the top cross bar, and the area inside the goal is much smaller than the area of the goal face. This results in the goal falling forward from almost any contact. Even the weakest wrist will knock it over, and if an adult hits one of the posts with a decent-strength shot, forget about it -- the pipes are going to fly apart.
So here's what I did, because I thought the product is worth salvaging considering what I need it for...
I went to the hardware store and bought 12 3-32 1-inch screws and bolts, a 7-64 drill bit, and a small bag of sand. I packed the bottom three pieces of piping with sand to make the goal bottom-heavy. Then I drilled holes in each spot where the bars insert into the elbow joints, and I attached a screw with a bolt into each hole. To make sure I didn't crack the pipes (it's made of fairly thin PVC plastic), I was very careful not to lean in with the drill too hard, and I screwed in the screws and bolts by hand -- just enough that they're tight enough not to fall out, but not lock-sealed tight so I didn't crack it.
Now the goal is ideal for messing around in the driveway. The bottom is heavy enough that it doesn't tip over, it's still light enough that my 3-year-old can move it around, and the pipes don't separate when you hit the post. On the whole, I recommend this product, but it's not quite ready to go straight out of the box. If you go to the hardware store, drop an extra $6 on a couple items, and spend 15 minutes reinforcing the goal posts properly, you'll be happy with the purchase.
I bought two, had to replace all the pipe in each one. Knowing what I know now, I don't know if I would buy it again. Probably would.
I had bought one of these about 2 years ago and it was good (as advertised). Clearly they have cheapened the product dramatically! This is night and day worse! Unbelievable waste of money.
I could've gone to Home Depot and bought better PVC for a fraction of the price!