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xx   GAME

Knock Hockey. Two players use small paddle sticks to knock wooden puck into opponent's goal on a game board 3-ft. square.
AMERICAN CRAFTSMAN Jan-Feb 1966 (v.2#1) pg. 26

Table hockey. A classic kids' game you can build in one day.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #54 Oct 1996 pg. 72

Build a tabletop hockey game. Game table is 32"x48".
BOYS' LIFE Oct 1972 (v.62#10) pg. 74

Make your own air hockey table. Features a 4x8-ft. playing surface. Est. cost: $100.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #583 Dec 1976 (v.72) pg. 46

Board hockey game with a folding base.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #680 Dec 1984 (v.80) pg. 54, 62

Nickel hockey. Board game uses a nickel for the puck and two small hockey sticks to hit the puck into the opponents goal.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #72 Nov-Dec 1981 pg. 70

Build this table-top air hockey game. It has folding legs for storage. A piece of pegboard was used as the template when drilling the hundreds of little holes in the top.
POPULAR MECHANICS Nov 1975 (v.144#5) pg. 94

Flip-top table has two game boards. Bumper pool on one side and knock hockey on the other. Playing surface is 32"x48".
POPULAR SCIENCE Jan 1973 (v.202#1) pg. 88

Tabletop hockey game. Designed for two or four players. Hand-held disk-shaped strikers are used to hit a puck in an effort to send it through the goal slot of your opponent or to protect your own goal. Game board measures 36"x47" and has sides to contain the puck.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #63 Nov 1991 (v.11#3) pg. 30