yes rough ice does effect the speed of the puck in Ice Hockey. it makes the puck go slower then if it was smooth ice.
Newton's First Law: The hockey puck glides in a straight line unless acted upon by an outside force, such as a hockey stick.Newton's Second Law: The acceleration of the puck when hit by a hockey stick is directly proportional to the force, and inversely proportional to its mass. The harder the puck is hit, the faster its acceleration. a = F/mNewton's Third Law: When the puck is hit by a hockey stick, it exerts an equal but opposite force on the hockey stick. If the hockey stick hits the puck to the right, the puck will push back against the hockey stick to the left.
The original hockey puck was made from vulcanized rubber invented by Charles Goodyear in the late 1800s.
you need black rubber then put it in the shape of a hockey puck then freeze it
It depends on how hard you shoot the puck.
the average speed of a hockey puck is 80-90 mph but when its shot to the goal it can excess a speed of 100 mph or more
The Physics of Hockey by Alain Haché
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The hockey puck hurts more.
THE PUCK, you play hockey to get the puck.
Gravity effects hockey by keeping the puck on the ice. It also always players to hit the puck into the net without it flying out of the rink.
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a hockey puck...