1970s Table Hockey Game Print
Table hockey was invented in 1932 by Torontonian Donald H. Munro Sr.
Christmas was coming and the depression was raging. So with the help of his wife and three kids, they gathered together scraps of wood and wire and built a tabletop game that looked more like a pinball game at the beginning than what millions of kids have come to know as table hockey.
He later took the game into the Eaton's department store in Toronto where it became an instant hit and the rest is history.
Each print measures 11" x 14" and comes unframed.