Set up nets at desired length apart with shooting board directly in front of the net (standard length is 20 feet apart - depending on soil level adjust accordingly)
Each team/player should have 2-5 pucks depending on supply
You will need your own hockey stick
For added difficultly place object (box, hockey bag, lawn chair, recycling bin, etc) in between the nets/shooting boards so that you must throw extra SAUCE on your pass to score
ORIGINAL SAUCE GAME
* Bean Bags or Corn Hold for Hockey Players*
A Game is played to either 11 or 21 points. First team/player to reach 11 or 21 points wins
You can score either 1 point or 3 points per SAUCER Pass
1 POINT = scored when the SAUCER Pass thrown slides on the AAA Grade Synthetic Ice Sauce Board or other surface you are playing (street, ice etc) before entering the goal
3 POINT - scored when the SAUCER Pass enters the net with out sliding on the AAA Grade Synthetic Ice Sauce Board or other surface at all. Or hits any of the posts, just a Ppure airborne SAUCER Pass that dirtily enters the goal & hits nothing but net = "Swish"
Earning Points - you must outscore your opponent for the round. The difference in score is your earned points
Interference - If a player from the opposing team interferes with a SAUCER Pass - 3 points is deducted from their score that round
Tip Game - Players from the same team can help tip their teammates SAUCER Pass into the goal with the same rules applying for 1 Point - slide ins and 3 Points - pure airborne SAUCE
Dead Sauce - if the attempted SAUCER Pass hits, rolls, touches or skips before the shooting board, then no points are awarded.
*** Example - Team Kane makes 3 (1 Point) SAUCERS and 1 (3 point) SAUCERS his total points = 6 and Team Crosby makes 4 (1 point) SAUCERS his total points = 4
Team Kane = 6 / Team Crosby = 4
The difference is Team Kane is awarded 2 points for that round ***
FOLLOW THE ... S - A - U - C - E
* TRICK SHOT GAME - Played like H-O-R-S-E (basketball game) and can be played with as many players as you would like*
First create an order for the players. This can be done by alphabetical order or by SAUCIN for the order of play
Call the SAUCE - The player SAUCIN must verbally call out what shot they are going to take before the pass. The exception is if the SAUCER is not going to use any props or make special variations
SAUCE the first pass. The first player chucks SAUCE within the established rules. If the SAUCE Pass is made, the next player has to make the same shot or they are assigned the letter S
Sauce the next pass. If the second player makes the same exact shot then it falls to the next player and so on until the original SAUCER is up to SAUCE. At that point the original SAUCER takes another SAUCE.
Re-slot the order. If the person SAUCIN first misses then they proceed to the back and the player next in line becomes the leader and gets to decide on the pass to SAUCE. If that person misses, then control proceeds down the line until it returns back to the first SAUCER
Assign the letters. As each player misses they can earn the next letter in the word S-A-U-C-E . When a player reaches S-A-U-C-E they are out of the game. It may be decided before the game is started to allow a bonus SAUCE on the letter E. If make, allow the player to stay in the game and eliminate a letter. This continued until there is only one player left. That player is the WINNER!
Improves Stick Handling
Helps Improve Soft Hands
Its time to let the Saucers Fly and chuck some Trick SAUCE! Some of our favorite times playing with The Hockey Sauce Kit is setting up some long distance SAUCER Bomb shots. We have seen some SAUCER Bombs from off boats, cliffs, roofs, into moving cars, over cars, over rivers and off mountains to name a few. The more creative the better and make sure to #HockeySauceKit and Tag us @HockeySauceKit to be entered in our weekly battle for - SAUCER of The Week - and chance to win some SAUCE Gear and other prizes. This is your chance to be part of the hockey trick shot revolution.
- Stay Saucey My Friends
- HSK Team
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