No. The only specifications required for a legal hockey ball are the weight and size (and sometimes colour).
There are 412 dints in an official hockey ball according to the field hockey rule book.
In field hockey, if you hit correctly, the ball can reach speeds of up to 100 MPH!
You don't. Field hockey uses a ball.
"Its a hockey puck :L" was the last answer. Whoever said this doesn't understand that there are other kinds of hockey that use a ball. For instance field hockey which is one of the most followed sports globally, or dek hockey. But I can't say much about the weight of dek or field balls. I know that dek ones vary in density for the temperature they're made for, so odds are the weight is different depending on temperature level.
The standard weight of a hockey ball ranges between 156 to 163 grammes.
No. In field hockey a ball is used; pucks would not move along the ground.
Because field hockey ball is extremely small and it would be nearly impossible for a goalie to stop the ball if the net was bigger.
Hockey ball, Hockey stick, shin pads and clothing
Dribbling the ball