duh. you think one is edible and one is not?
so that the hockey puck can slide once been hit.
They freeze the pucks so that it can slide better.
Yes, because it helps the puck slide better on the ice.
No. It was actually a tennis ball. The first "puck" was a ball with the top and bottom chopped off.
THE PUCK, you play hockey to get the puck.
Pucks are frozen a few hours for ten days prior to the game to reduce bouncing during play.
This refers to when the goalie takes possession of the Puck, generally eliciting a whistle from the referee and a stoppage of play, hence the phrase "freeze the Puck!"
a hockey puck...
If it weren't for friction, the hockey puck would have slid forever on the huge frozen pond.
because it is the best surface for a puck to slide on and it was just invented that way i guess.