Hockey Drying Rack

hockey drying rack
Difficulty
Beginner
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Build your own hockey drying rack with free plans!  You'll just need two 2x4s and some leftover wood hockey sticks or 1x3s and some screws.  This is a quick and easy project perfect for beginners.

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Hockey Drying Rack

Keep hockey gear dry and organized with this DIY hockey drying rack.

It's super cheap and easy to build:

The free plans for this hockey drying rack are below.

Dimensions
hockey drying rack
27" wide x 10-1/2" deep - height customize-able

Preparation

Shopping List
  • 2 - 2x4 @ 8 feet long
  • 1 - 1x3 @ 4 feet long or wood hockey sticks
  • Cup hooks or other hooks or clips
  • 20 - 3" self tapping star bit wood construction screws
  • 4 - 2" self tapping star bit wood construction screws
Cut List

4 - 2x4 @ 24"

2 - 2x4 @ 10-1/2"

1 - 2x4 @ 60" (main post, should be cut to about the height of the user)

2 - 1x3 @ 27" or use hockey sticks here

Tools
Tape Measure
Speed Square
Pencil
Safety Glasses
Drill
Circular Saw
Power Sander

Instructions

Step 1

Cut the main post to desired height.

The smaller youth size is about 56" - this gives room to grow into.

For my daughter, I cut the post to 60" - this gave her a little more room to hang jerseys on the back.

For a taller adult with longer gear, 66" is recommended.

Carefully attach the main post to one of the 24" long 2x4s with two screws.  Make sure the post the square (90 degrees) to the base, and is flush to the bottom.

Step 2

Repeat for other side of post.  Make sure the two 2x4s @ 24" are lined up.

Step 3

Add the end pieces, with 3" on each side as shown.  2 screws per joint.

Step 4

Add the remaining 24" long 2x4s.

Make sure it sits flat to the ground and does not rock.

Step 5

Add the 1x3s or hockey sticks.

Customize with hooks.

I did hooks on front and back.

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Comments

Mary6G

Thu, 02/03/2022 - 10:28

Long past the time when my kids fenced. This is brilliant. I like that it is not a fixed structure and can be moved from dorm room back home or abodes. Just the gift for my Christmas list for nephews and nieces. Maybe sports moms might want build a few as a fund raiser? Thanks for the post. 7th generation woodworker