Vulcanized rubber ice hockey puck that has the feel and quality you're seeking. Good grip on the edges. Puck's performance is exactly what you'd expect. Works great for outdoor or indoor games or practice time.
Price per puck is a little higher than some other options.
Smooth puck that slides on the ice well and delivers a realistic game play experience. Will work for either games or practice sessions. Same dimensions and weight as NCAA and NHL pucks for regulation play.
Doesn't quite have the grip on the edges as others.
Perfectly made ice hockey pucks that meet all of the NCAA and NHL standards. Slides well on the ice, delivering proper game play. Stands up well to both repeated game and practice play, indoors or outdoors.
Grip on the sides of the pucks not quite as good as some others.
Weighs 7 ounces, which is a bit heavier than a regulation ice hockey puck, making these great for practice sessions to build strength. Vulcanized rubber puck has a long lifespan and good quality.
Not designed for game play.
Vulcanized rubber construction that gives these lightweight blue pucks a long lifespan. Each puck weighs only 4 ounces, which works well for players as they learn. Meets specifications for leagues of youth players.
Won't work for older players. Price point is a little high.
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A puck is the humble disc that causes so much angst in ice hockey. Regulation size ice hockey pucks are 1 inch thick, 3 inches in diameter, and weigh 6 oz. There are heavier practice pucks, which allow drilling to improve strength and hitting skills, as well as lightweight ones for beginners and kids. Pucks are made from vulcanized rubber, which means it has undergone a chemical process which hardens it to be able to take the thrashing it gets on the ice. They are uniformly black, but may come embossed with team logos. Interesting note: Pucks are frozen before a game to reduce bouncing during play.