The hockey bubble game is also sometimes called dome, rod, stick or desk hockey. It greatly reflects foosball sports because it has a rod you slide in and out of the table to move your players to play the game. Unlike a foosball that has many men on each stem, the hockey stem bubble controls one man. You slide each bar from outside the table to move the player up and down the arena and turn to make a contact with a chip to move it. Hockey Dome really resembles an ice hockey arena with its oval shape and wall that makes the chip in playing and forming bubbles. You can find licensed Miracle on Ice Edition Super Chexx PRO Bubble Hockey Table online.
There are a total of six players for each team on a table with 3 offensive stems, 2 defensive stems and 1 keeper rod on each side of the table. It can be played as 1 in 1 match or each team of 2 players. When played with Team 2, usually players choose the left or right side and someone takes control of 2 offensive players and 1 defensive while others are responsible for 1 offensive, 1 defensive and goalkeeper.
Anyone who understands the basics about ordinary ice hockey or foosball will easily take hockey stem games. This game starts with a face off in the middle of ice when the pint falls in the middle of the table. The game object is using the stem to slide and rotate players to hit the pieces with their hockey sticks. Most tables are made with a timer that provides 3 periods to score. A game cannot result in a tie at the end of 3 periods if the score is flat.