No, you don't dribble a puck. You stickhandle with the puck.
On a rink rink.
Simply catching the puck while it is in mid-air, not to be confused with freezing the puck which is causing a whistle by covering the puck with your hand.
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...
freezing the puck
"Puck" in French is "palet"
You can kick the puck but not into the net
THE PUCK, you play hockey to get the puck.
this makes no sense!!!! If you mean when the puck is in motion on the ice, it called the " puck in play " .
Puck Ahlsell's birth name is Puck Erik Herman Ahlsell.
If the goaltender stops the puck it's a "save", if he holds onto the puck to get the referee to stop play it's called "freezing the puck"