A hockey puck can travel a far as any object if thrown with enough force! It is solid rubber so it can withstand tremendous force.
More pertinent to the game of hockey, the rink is roughly 200 feet long and a reasonably strong player can shoot the puck that distance (and hit the far boards with force). Accuracy suffers with the longer shot but hitting an open net (6' x 4') is relatively easy, as proven by million dollar intermission winners!
colder = harder = faster = farther
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only in the crease
THE PUCK, you play hockey to get the puck.
a hockey puck...
ice, because that it what they are designed for.
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.
As far as I am aware, there is something called Kinetic energy, the movement of the puck causes kinetic energy.
The circumference of a hockey puck is approximately 9.5 inches.
Well to be honest, I was thinking of doing this for a science fair project and tested that, When the puck is cool it go's allot farther. A warmer Puck will tend to bounce because when its heated the coils inside unravel which makes it bounce. That's why, before a game they freeze the puck.
The hockey puck was invented so hockey players had something to shoot into the goal.
The modern hockey puck was invented around 1875.
A puck stopper is another name for a goaltender in hockey.
Hockey is a sport that you need a puck for. The puck is something in hockey that you whack with a stick into a net to gain points.
The surface area also depends on the thickness of the puck.
Some players' slap shots travel at speeds of over 100 MPH.
A Kyle Okpososinged hockey puck is worth 500$
A standard ice hockey puck is one (1) inch thick.
In Ice hockey or Hockey You have to try and get the puck into the net
a orange hockey puck weighs 13 pounds
In ice hockey, a puck is a hard rubber disc, one inch thick, three inches in diameter. A hockey stick is used, as a tool, to propel a puck.
8m90cm or as some other people like to put it, 8.9m.