Table Hockey History

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Table Hockey Pictures!
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  • Kevin
    "Gretzky Overtime" This was one of the best playing Table Hockey Games by Kevin Sports in Canada 1991-1992?.

  • Steel
    This is the new MEN OF STEEL Hockey game. Chech out RodHockey.Com for more information.

  • Irwin
    This is a 70's metal and hardboard surface game by Irwin Toys. It measures 35 3/4 x 16 3/4 wide and 3 1/4 high.

  • Winwell
    Winwell table measures 36"x17"x3" and players are 2" tall. Table top is made out of a painted particle board material, white sides are metal and black ends are plastic.

  • Cadaco
    This 1969 Cadaco All Star Hockey game. This was possibly just made in limited quantities or just test marketed in the Northeast. It has cardboard goalies and a ball (Puck).

  • TopCorner
    This game measures 20 1/2 BY 34 1/2. It has a really neat idea. You cah push the rod ends and the players will "slap" the puck.




  • Gotham
    1930's Gotham Tin Tabletop Hockey Game! Rare. This game was appraised at $350.00.

  • Gotham
    FIRST TYPE OF HOCKEY GAME GOTHAM'S MADE, SAYS " PAT. APPLIED FOR GOTHAM'S; G-200; TOY ICE HOCKEY GAME; MANUFACTURED BY GOTHAM PRESSED STEEL CORPORATION NEW YORK, USA. MADE IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA." MEASURES 24" long x 11" wide.

  • Munro?
    Munro men??? VINTAGE BOBBY HULL HOCKEY GAME

  • Tudor
    This is a table hockey game from Tudor. Sponsored by the NHLPA. The ice surface is cardboard and all the men are made of tin. Munro men??? The game itself is made of metal and has some great players names printed on the inside of the game.

  • Pressman
    ACTION ICE HOCKEY GAME Pressman Toy Corp. Approx. 1964 (Stanley Cup Info on back ends at 1963)Metal Playing Board

  • WinWell
    This rod hockey game by Winwell measures 33" x 20 1/2". The plastic 3 dimensional figures are 2 3/4" tall. It has the plunger rods that can make the players "slap" the puck for a very realistic action. The large plastic rods slow the game a lot.




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