Hockey Games, She shoots, she scores! Nothing but hard-hitting hockey action here! Grab your skates and hit the ice for a ton of hooking, icing, checking, and hockey stick breaking! The goalie thinks he's got the net covered, but there's a big puck-shaped opening above his left shoulder! Raise your stick and let it fly!Welcome to Girl Games, the largest free game site made just for girl gamers! This is the place to play free Sports & Skill games in popular categories such as Baseball Games, Basketball Games, Football Games, Golf Games, Hockey Games, Olympics Games, Skate Boarding Games, Soccer Games, Targets Games, Winter Games, and much more!You'll always find the cool games at Girl Games, we have all the best games from game developers like i-dressup, girlsgogames and cartoon doll emporium so you will never get bored! This month we have some amazing games like Ice Hockey Heroes , Sports Head Ice Hockey and Accurate Slapshot. New games are added every Thursday, so check back for all the latest free games online.Air hockey requires an air-hockey table, two player-held mallets, and a puck.An air hockey table in Currier House.A typical air hockey table consists of large smooth playing surface, a surrounding rail to prevent the puck and mallets from leaving the table, and slots in the rail at either end of the table that serve as goals. On the ends of the table behind and below the goals, there is usually a puck return. Additionally, tables will typically have some sort of machinery that produces a cushion of air on the play surface through tiny holes, with the purpose of reducing friction and increasing play speed. In some tables, the machinery is eschewed in favor of a slick table surface, usually plastic, in the interest of saving money in both manufacturing and maintenance costs. Note that these tables are technically not air hockey tables since no air is involved, however, they are still generally understood to be as such due to the basic similarity of gameplay. There also exist pucks that use a battery and fan to generate their own air cushion, but as they are prone to breakage, they are commonly marketed only as toys. An air hockey table has very little friction.