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 PUCK, you play hockey to get the puck.
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!"
a hockey puck...
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.
1, when it frozen it obserbe the impact so it reduces the bounce affect. It's Newtons 3rd Law.
Means when the puck is frozen to travel faster
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.
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.
A Kyle Okpososinged hockey puck is worth 500$
Hockey games were played with many different objects ranging from India rubber balls to frozen fruit and manure to wooden pucks....
If it weren't for friction, the hockey puck would have slid forever on the huge frozen pond.
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
You can kick the puck but not into the net
A hockey puck is made of vulcanized rubber.