Dome Hockey

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Bubble Hockey Table

Dome Hockey, also called Bubble Hockey, is a table game similar to foosball, players use the handles to control the hockey players on the table, to try to hit the puck into the net.


Length 36″ x Width 41″

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Basic Dome Hockey Rules

  • Coin Flip – The game starts with a flip of the coin to determine which side of the table each team stands on
  • Face Off – The table will drop a puck down the center of the ice rink to begin each game
  • Players – Players can not control more than three hockey players (including goalie) at a time
  • Tilting – No player shall lift, tilt or move the dome hockey machine
  • Stalling – Because bubble hockey is a timed game, players cannot hold the puck to cause a stalling or delay in the game. If behavior is detected, the scorekeeper shall announce a 5 second countdown. If 5 seconds is over and the player still has possession of the puck by the same hockey man, a one goal penalty will be enforced on the infraction
  • Stuck Puck – If a puck lands in a dead zone where it cannot be reached by either team, a timeout should be taken. Then, players should tilt the table towards the team with the nearest player. If the puck falls closes to the wrong team, the puck should be pushed towards the right team before the game starts again
  • Spinning & Distracting Players – Players are permitted to spin their men for a maximum of one second per instance. Men cannot be moved rapidly from side to side in order to distract or shake the surface of the table. Excessive spinning or side to side movements will result in a warning or potential disqualification
  • Goals – In order for a goal to count, it must fall down the chute and be registered by the machine. Pucks that hit the net and bounce out should not count and the game should continue.
  • Tournament Play Scoring – If one team is ahead by two goals at the end of regulation, the game is over. If regulation time ends in a tie, or a team is losing by one goal, then the game will be played until one team is up by two goals. For regular, non-tournament games, a team can win by a single goal either at the end of regulation or in a sudden death after the end of the third period. Most tables allow the puck to stay in play and score after the end of the third period in order to determine the winner

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