Comments: Box Hockey - Part 4 (final)

Hey, you forgot the step where the players all band together and demand more money than the league is making for their salaries and cause the cancelation of the entire season.

Bitter? Yeah... Just a little.

Posted by GEBIV at February 27, 2005 03:50 PM

The way you describe box hockey is totally different than what I know of box hockey. The box is about 6 ft. long and 4 ft. wide. (approx) At each end of the 6 ft. in the middle is a hole. There is a center board with two holes. The equipment is a round wooden ball and two wooden hockey sticks. The ball is set upon the center board and the two players square off by saying,"hockey one, hockey two, hockey three" and then proceed to hit the ball off the top center board. The object is to get the ball to go into the end hole and score a point.

In looking at your description is not what I know of box hockey. I was attempting to find rules for the box hockey that I know.

Posted by Holly at August 1, 2005 07:11 PM

I'm with Holly - but we played with a real puck and could choose hand or stick. I'm from around the Twin Cities in Minnesota - I would love to find out what the rules areas we played it. I wonder if the local Park and Rec. would have a clue?

Posted by Judy at September 6, 2005 09:55 PM

I'm working on a design for the game you remember, but since I never played it as a kid, the rules will be kinda whatever you remember them to be.

Check back every few weeks, and I'll see what I can come up with.

Posted by Ted at September 7, 2005 09:56 AM
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