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  News: Orlando Boni Announces Semi Retirement
Posted by: Admin on Sunday, May 16, 2021 - 09:40 PM
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I would like to begin by telling you we are still here, we may not be making our “puck shooting  machines” anymore, but we have not left you with an orphan.

We are still servicing machines and selling parts for you that need them. Also from time to time we will have refurbished  machines for sale, so if you are looking for one send us an e-mail. We will keep you on file and  when one is available we will let you know.  

As you can see from our history page we have been in this business for a long time (over 50  years). We started out a young couple with two pre teen kids. We have gone from there to be  an old couple with two adult grandchildren.

Our time has come to retire and we find with all  the happenings of the last few years it is not always possible to hand a business down or to  sell it. Because this was our own invention & our dream it is not easy to just walk away from it. 

Also we don’t want to leave people without any backup if they should need service or parts.  So to make Orlando happy we are calling it semi retirement & he can always be available for  verbal mechanical assistance or to just talk about his love for goaltending. 
I would like to get back to one important thing with regards to the “puck shooting machines”, these machines will run forever (we would like to think) but they do need service once in  awhile.

A little bit of a clean up and some greasing on all grease fittings of all mechanical  components & oil all frictional moving parts from time to time will help them greatly. 

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  News: The Hockey News - Aug 2012 Advertisement
Posted by: Admin on Friday, October 12, 2012 - 09:33 PM
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August 2012 Issue Number 363

THN #363

First international advertisememt for the RoboRef Face-off as appeared in the August 2012 Issue #363 of The Hockey News.

THN #363

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  News: RoboRef - The Boni Face-off Trainer
Posted by: Admin on Friday, September 28, 2012 - 07:02 PM
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Boni RoboRef - Face-off Machine.

Announcing, the Boni RoboRef - Face-off Trainer

How important is it to win a face-off? Every coach will tell you that to control the action you need to win the faceoff, then why don't we spend more time training for this key part of the game? What is needed is a way to improve a player's face-off skills.

How do we do this? Well the goalie has a puck shooting machine, the skater has a treadmill, and now your center has a faceoff trainer! The RoboRef "Face-off Trainer" provides consistent face-offs continously to allow your center to train until perfection.

After twenty five years of research and development (including patents filed and granted) we feel the time is right to release the "RoboRef - Face-off Trainer" to the hockey training public.

Robustly built and simple to operate, The RoboRef will drop a puck every few seconds directly in the centre of the face-off circle for a single player, two players or a whole team to work out. The unit mounts easliy to your arena boards and can be detached in seconds. The puck tube holds 24 pucks at a time and can be refilled quickly for almost continous operation. The faceoff motion has been specially designed to simulate the action of the referees arm to produce realistic game starting faceoffs.

Call (905) 876-0029 now or email to order your new Boni RoboRef - Face-off Machine.

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  News: New Battery Models and Upgrades
Posted by: Admin on Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 10:40 AM
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Boni Battery Power.

"Simply Cordless"

First introduced in the mid 1970's and now updated with computerized speed control and computerized charging circuits as well as the finest in industrial batteries.

Call now or email to order your new battery machine or to arrange installation in your current Boni puck shooting machine.

(The above image is from our current series of ads in "The Hockey News" Jan. - Feb. 2009)

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  News: New Skating Product
Posted by: Admin on Friday, February 15, 2008 - 09:39 AM
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Synthetic Ice

AccuLIGHT Challenge

"Easy to assemble and stays tight"

Thanks to the advances of CNC technology we are able to offer this new product at reasonable rates. We have taken our best 3/4" synthetic ice material and have applied our own self locking design to create this new product. Our synthetic ice is already known for it's low shaving properties now we are offering the "Puzzle-Lock Ice" cut for a great easy to assemble surface.

We are also able to custom cut to size on sheets up to four feet by eight feet although if you intend to move the sheets often we recommend the lighter four feet by four feet sheets. Due to the custom nature of this product please call us at (905) 876-0029 for quotes and more information.

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  News: NEW PRODUCT FOR 2008
Posted by: Admin on Tuesday, February 12, 2008 - 10:01 AM
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Introducing the "Passer XL"

Passer XL


The latest version of our passing machine. Redesigned for 2008 to be smaller, lighter and easier to move and transport while retaining the durability we are famous for. Larger motors for years of service. Easy to use, just plug in and shoot.

to order from our store or build your own quote now.

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  News: The 1967 Toronto Maple Leafs Tribute Print
Posted by: Admin on Monday, February 19, 2007 - 08:01 AM
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"Tribute - Relive the Glory", is a beautiful limited edition reproduction by artist Brad J. Haley. This hard to get print is available from Boni Goalie Trainers at:

775 Steeles Ave., Milton, Ontario, Ontario L9T 5H3 CANADA

Telephone (905) 876-0029

All logos appearing on this WWW page are the property of their respective owners. All Team names are also the property of their respective owners.

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  News: "The Hockey News" Holiday Gift Guide 2006
Posted by: Admin on Thursday, November 23, 2006 - 10:35 AM
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Happy Holidays 2006

Holiday Gift Guide 2006

"Featured in "The Hockey News"

We would like to thank "The Hockey News" for featuring us in the 2006 Holiday Gift Guide from the November 21, 2006 issue. "Don't forget gifts for your parents and hockey coach - TRAINING AIDS - Coaches working with goalies will be happy to know that after 35 years, Boni Goalie Trainers is still making its famous puck shooting machines. The machines hold up to 40 pucks and can fire them fast, slow, high and low in the direction of three different goalies during drills. Every goalie participating in a shooting drill must stay sharp because the machine can be set to switch up its shooting patterns."

The photo features our most famous model the Porta-Puck (in red and royal stripes), The Showdown 1 on 1 model includes both the upgraded Puck-Passer (in blue stripes) and the Challenge net with target light system, Boni Non-Marking Arena Pucks, Sports Radar, Interlock Ice our premier synthetic skating surface, and the photo was taken in one of our Rapid-Range shooting range systems.

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  News: BGT celebrates 10th. anniversary on internet
Posted by: Admin on Monday, January 30, 2006 - 10:34 AM
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We would like to take a moment to thank all our customers and friends both old and new here in cyberspace.

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Posted by: Admin on Monday, July 25, 2005 - 08:30 PM
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For Schools and Coaches

AccuLIGHT Challenge

"Measure Progress and Improve Accuracy"

Based on the target system developed for the "Showdown 1 on 1" Designed to be used to measure improvement by hockey schools and competitive exercises or as a game. The Challenge starts when the four targets are illuminated and ends after each target gets hits once. Coaches can measure the amount of time used to hit the four targets or the number of pucks needed to hit the four targets or both! Testing during a hockey program or camp will show improvement. order from our store.

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