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Game made by Munro Games Ltd. Measures approx 36" x 14" wide. Date stamped on bottom is Aug 25, 1954. Hockey players are made of wooden pegs and nets are made of a rope material.
1960's Canadian Bobby Orr All Star Hockey Game by Munro Games. With a full leg stand!
A 1960's Canadian Tire Exclusive All Star Hockey Game by Munro.
Munro Club Model.
From the 1960's This game is called HOT SHOT CANADIAN... It is about 3/4 of the size of a regular table hockey board.
35 inches long, 24 inches wide and about 8 1/2 inches tall at the ends. Made in Canada by Munro.
"Official Bobby Hull hockey" game #977. This was made about 1961 in Canada by Munro Games for Sears, Roebuck and Company. Patent dates go way back to 1934. The size of the game is 35 1/2"L x 21"W x 4 1/2" H with the legs. To the top of the scoreboard/puckdropper is 18". 2 black pucks (1 magnetic) 1 roller (ball-bearing puck) This is type "C", a more deluxe model, it has the overhead puck-dropper ramp for automatic delayed-action face-off.
Sears (also marked Munro) Royal Canadian Hockey game in the box. About 1963 , that is the last patent date on the side. The rink size is roughly 35" x 21" - the outside rim is tin, the ice is a kind of thin pressed wood.
Another shot of the Munro game of the 1950's.
1970 Munro Table Hockey Game.
1967 Munro Hockey King Game.