KnockoutNet is an interactive electronic hockey training system that lets players play games against the clock or each other, captivating their attention and engaging their competitive spirit. The many game options are all designed to improve the players' shooting speed, accuracy, and attention to the open shot. KnockoutNet is lightweight and easy to maneuver, making it perfect for your garage, basement, or dry-land training area.
All panels are lit when the game starts. The first shot starts the timer and shot counter. Timer continues until all nine panels are extinguished.
All four corner panels are lit when the game starts. The first shot starts the timer and the shot counter. Timer continues until all four corners are extinguished. Hitting the panel between the corners turns both corners back on; hitting the center panel turns all four corners back on.
Run 'em up
The game starts with a five-second countdown. During the countdown the four corners are purple, the center is blue, and all others are red. At the end of the countdown, a 30 second timer begins. Shoot to total up as many points as possible. Corner panels (purple) are worth +25 points; the center panel (red) is worth -5 point;, and all other panels (blue) are worth +10 points.
The games starts with a five-second countdown. At the end of the countdown, one panel will be lit red for 5 seconds. After 5 seconds it will move to a different panel. Once it is hit it will stop moving and a random panel will be lit blue for 3 seconds. After 3 seconds it will move to a different panel. Once it is hit it will stop moving and a random panel will be lit purple for 1 second. After one second it will move to a different panel. Once it is hit the game is over.
The first shooter is red and the second shooter is blue. The center panel keeps track of the players turn. Three in a row wins.