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!"
duh. you think one is edible and one is not?
Yes a cold dry puck will slide much better than a wet puck. If your puck is held in your hand and becomes warm, the puck will stick...
No. It was actually a tennis ball. The first "puck" was a ball with the top and bottom chopped off.
The temperature of any object does not change its weight. This is discussed in the ccientific principle called the "Law of Conservation of Mass". The puck will be harder and slightly smaller when frozen.
Dumbing the puck above the goal line
this makes no sense!!!! If you mean when the puck is in motion on the ice, it called the " puck in play " .
Pucks are frozen a few hours for ten days prior to the game to reduce bouncing during play.
1, when it frozen it obserbe the impact so it reduces the bounce affect. It's Newtons 3rd Law.
It is a term used in playing Hockey. It means to get the puck away from your zone and away from your net.
"Clear the puck" is a slang word for a disease cause by anal sex.
a puck is a round oreo shaped block of rubber used to play hockey with
It means the puck is till being handled and the whistle has not blown to stop play.
It means vegetable
A puck is small, hard, round rubber disc used in ice hockey. - In English folk stories 'Puck' is a miscchievous woodland sprite, a trickster and clown.
If it weren't for friction, the hockey puck would have slid forever on the huge frozen pond.
Quite literally, place it in your freezer (or outside if the temperature is below freezing). Frozen pucks have far less "bounce", and should always be frozen before use in a game.
That's hockey you lunatic!
To flap your mouth
No, it is so that the puck slides better on the ice. Since the puck becomes harder it would probably do more injury, not less.
If you have eliminated all resistance then the initial force will be enough.
Yes. The puck must cross the line with or before your feet. Just because you are in possession of the puck does not necessarily mean you are automatically on-sides.
Obviously for protection... falling onto ice or getting hit in the head with a frozen puck can do major damage to you.
"Carring" the puck in the hockey stick