A Hockey stick
To hide the puck, you can use black tape on the blade.
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You use it to shoot in opponent's goal. Hockey players use the stick to control the puck. It's basically like all sports - the ball, puck are supposed to score points.
The game is called hockEy not hocky, and "they", i am guessing hockey players, use a stick and a puck.
A hockey stick is what the players hold on to in order to move the puck. A puck is the black disk that the players use the stick to hit. The purpose of the game is to get the puck into the opponent's net more times than they score on your net.
They Had To Use balls for the puck and used a tree stick for the hockey stick
A hockey puck will be called "palet" (masculine noun) in mainland French, less often "une rondelle" (feminine noun). In Canadian French, "rondelle", "disque" (masc.) and "puck" are in use.
The same way people do when they are playing ice hockey be use a ball not a puck the puck will flip on its side and makes it very hard to handle.
The hockey stick was invented to use along with the hockey puck in the game of hockey. The Mi'kmaq people of Nova Scotia are credited with inventing the hockey stick.
It looked like an ordinary hockey puck you would use in an NHL game.
When they shoot the puck they use math to see if it will go in the goal
When you use a beanbag instead of a puck to play the game.
Well, if you mean puck, then hockey.
you usually are supposed to use a radar gun...
To shoot a hockey puck correctly you need to use your wrist allot and have strong arm and leg muscles. There are various ways to shoot a hockey puck one way is to bend your knees slightly, grasp the stick lightly, pul back your hockey stick WITH THE PUCK use your wrist and release using your wrist and kick you leg behind the other leg quickly. if you are unsure how to do this type of shot (wrist shot) check out this video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVa16eM3EUE thanks go hockey!
Firstly, field hockey uses a ball not a puck. Secondly, no, use of the back of the stick is against the rules; however use of the edge in some situations is perfectly legal and even acknowledged as good play.