Some say that the first hockey pucks were made of wood and were square but i have a book that said the first hockey pucks were made of cow dung
Sher-Wood has the NHL licence to supply pucks to the NHL. The company does NOT make the pucks, which are made by Soucy Baron Inc. a Canadian company located in St-Jérôme in the province of Quebec, Sher-Wood will then print the logos on the pucks and supply them to the NHL teams.
they used cow munawar
== == There is only one type of hockey puck. It is made of vulcanized rubber. The size and weight are regulated. It is a three inch disk, one inch thick, and weighs between five and a half ounces, and six ounces. Black pucks=6 oz. Blue pucks=4 oz. Orange pucks=10 oz.
Hockey pucks are made of black vulcanized rubber. Earlier pucks were laminated from two pieces glued together often from recycled tyres. In the nineteenth century turned wooden blocks were used.
hockey pucks last for about 1-2 years
normally 0 to 3 pucks
5182 hockey pucks will fit into a cubic yard.
There are about 40 million hockey pucks sold per year
No. In field hockey a ball is used; pucks would not move along the ground.
Rubber ice pucks usually only cost a dollar but plastic street hockey pucks go anywhere from 7 - 15.
They would play fox and rabbit before hockey was ever invented.