yes rough ice does effect the speed of the puck in Ice Hockey. it makes the puck go slower then if it was smooth ice.
It depends on how hard you shoot the puck.
the average speed of a hockey puck is 80-90 mph but when its shot to the goal it can excess a speed of 100 mph or more
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Gravity effects hockey by keeping the puck on the ice. It also always players to hit the puck into the net without it flying out of the rink.
THE PUCK, you play hockey to get the puck.
The record for the fastest slap shot is 105.9 MPH by Zdeno Chara of the Boston Bruins. There is no real max speed for a hockey puck because someone always could break the record again.
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a hockey puck...
No, the puck cannot accelerate because the exact moment the hockey stick touches the puck, that will be the maximum speed it will reach. for the puck to go faster, it would need extra propulsion methods. Ice would not make it go faster.
Because of the Law of the Conservation of Mass, the mass of a hockey puck that accerlerates at 100mph is the same as one that is still or going any other speed.
Hockey is played in many countries around the world. It is played on ice with a puck. The area of a hockey puck is 22.18.
Non-sequitor. The friction of the ice, although minimal, causes a puck to travel at a decreasing speed. Given no friction, a puck could be said to have momentum equilibrium.
The circumference of a hockey puck is approximately 9.5 inches.
The hockey puck was invented so hockey players had something to shoot into the goal.
colder = harder = faster = farther
There is a lot of math that goes into hockey such as using measurements to build the rink. You can also use math to calculate the speed of the hockey puck when hit.
The Physics of Hockey by Alain Haché
The modern hockey puck was invented around 1875.