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Personal shooting lane owners love the SuperShooter2. No waiting your turn to shoot or only getting 20 minutes of practice in. Players get more time and keep their focus on their shot for more rapid improvement. By having the best shooting lane at home, parents know where their children and friends will be – at home shooting on the SuperShooter2!
The SuperShooter2 “grows” with the player as they get better and older.
The key feature of returning the puck to the shooter at different shot speeds is huge. As a player’s skills improve and mature, the SuperShooter2 becomes more challenging. To add additional challenge, the player can shoot from a greater distance. Typically, mites shoot from 8 feet and high school varsity shoot from 16 feet.
The SS2 is compact and only needs a 10-foot by 20-foot area.
And beyond hockey, the SS2 helps to reinforce an important lifelong lesson – the harder someone works at critical skills, the better they get!
The SS2 can be used inside or outside, on ice or off ice!
A Good Investment
The SuperShooter2 challenges kids all the way through their hockey career to improve their shot and stickhandling ability.
Children grow up too fast. Make sure your's doesn’t miss out on developing their best shooting and receiving skills. Order your SS2 today. To purchase your SS2, please contact us at 952-270-5084 or email us at email@example.com.
Maximize your training time with the Super Shooter 2, which returns your pucks back to you while you shoot. Practice your shot accuracy and receiving mechanics instead of chasing pucks all over the rink!
Coach Jeremy demonstrates and reviews the Supershooter2
Get a behind the scenes look at how the SuperShooter2 is made at its manufacturing plant in Brainerd, MN from powder to the completed product.
Jeremy, from HowtoHockey.com , reviews the Supershooter2 and shows viewers how it takes your hockey shooting training to another level