Faster Than Ever

HOCKEY: Faster Than Ever takes visitors through the evolution of ice hockey, highlighting the remarkable technological advancements and scientific breakthroughs that have shaped the sport over time.

From the use of cutting-edge technologies to the physics governing the art of play, this interactive exhibition will leave audiences astonished by the fusion of science and sport. The exhibition features innovative displays showcasing historical objects, artifacts, and state-of-the-art equipment.

There are also interactive experiences and challenges that demonstrate fun and engaging scientific concepts suitable for all ages. Visitors can explore a locker room fully stocked with gear from their favorite star players and participate in the ‘Hockey Science Lab’, where they can experiment with hands-on interactives.

Key Interactives

  • “Don’t Blink” – How many lights can you hit in one minute?

  • “Need for Speed” – What?s your highest speed in three shots?

  • “Score Like a Pro” – How many targets can your puck hit in 30 seconds?

  • Stanley Cup touchscreen

  • Education cart developed by the Montréal Science Centre, with multiple fun activities and games for all ages!

Key Objects

  • Snap a selfie on an ice resurfacer

  • 19th and 20th-century skates and gear

  • Displays showing the evolution of protective gear

  • Display lockers outfitted with jerseys and current gear of NHL stars

Note to prospective venues

Flying Fish will provide graphic templates on brand with the exhibition for curating the exhibition?s final section with local content.


Space Required

6,000 - 10,000 sq. ft.

Minimum Ceiling Height

10 ft. throughout, Minimum 14 ft. for Jumbotron

Target Audience

Families with children, adults, school groups

Production Time

Ten (10) working days for installation & seven (7) for deinstallation


Four (4) 53 ft. trucks

Tour Availability

September 2024 and beyond

Produced By

HOCKEY: Faster Than Ever is an exhibition produced and toured internationally by Flying Fish in collaboration with the Montréal Science Centre, supported by the NHL and the NHLPA.

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Supporting Partners

Tour History and Itinerary

Pacific Science Center

Seattle, WA, USA view map

October 15, 2021 ? February 27, 2022

Saint Louis Science Center

St. Louis, MO, USA view map

March 14, 2022 ? September 17, 2022

TELUS Spark Science Centre

Calgary, AB, CAN view map

January 19, 2023 ? March 12, 2023

Montréal Science Centre

Montréal, QC, CAN view map

April 7, 2023 ? September 8, 2023


Kitchener, ON, CAN view map

September 30, 2023 ? January 17, 2024

Halifax, NS, CAN view map

February 8, 2024 ? September 4, 2024