Watch the video to see how different pucks react on our indoor tiles. Plus, read below as we show you how to build a rebounder for pass practice at home with common items from your local hardware store -- all for around $20!See Step-by-Step Instructions
Drill 4 holes into the perimiter of the white laminated wood shelf. Holes on the back side should be about 1 inch from the edges, and the back-side holes should be offset about 8 inches in from the edge, as shown.
Insert bolts with washers on each side of the board, and screw on a nut to secure it to the board. You should have about 2 inches of bolt sticking out the bottom of your shelf board.
CAREFULLY attach the bungee cord. Tension can make this snap off, so be careful not to let kids play with this and watch out when building this yourself!
Place the board on a smooth surface and carefully adjust the tension of the bungee and height to ensure optimal bounce back from your pucks.
Optional styling - add blue and red electrical tape to simulate the look of a hockey rink. The lines also give you a visual target to aim at when trying to pass to the middle of the bungee cord. Add a custom hook to hang this board up in your garage for safe storage.
If you take this out on the ice, be sure to place some orange cones near it so that a skater sees it and does not skate into it and fall. A white shelf visually blends into white ice and is hard to see with your peripheral vision.