Ice Hockey
Ice Hockey Equipment

# What is the area of a hockey puck?

345

###### 2014-08-23 05:02:47

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.

๐
0
๐คจ
0
๐ฎ
0
๐
0

## Related Questions

The information given is sufficient only to determine the areas of the top and bottom of the puck. The area of the curved side depends on the width (or height) of the puck, which is not specified.

THE PUCK, you play hockey to get the puck.

The answer to that question me friend is research :)

In Ice hockey or Hockey You have to try and get the puck into the net

The hockey puck was invented so hockey players had something to shoot into the goal.

A puck is call a puck in Ice-Hockey it is a small rubber disc, where the goal is to get that disc into the back of your opponent's net more than they do to you.

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.

You can kick the puck but not into the net

A standard ice hockey puck is one (1) inch thick.

The Game of Ice hockey is played with a Puck.

The average lifespan of an NHL hockey puck is 7 minutes.

It depends on how hard you shoot the puck.

In ice hockey, a puck is a hard rubber disc, one inch thick, three inches in diameter. A hockey stick is used, as a tool, to propel a puck.

the hockey puck is made round like a ball because it wouldn't be able to move if it was like a ice hockey puck because in ice hockey it can glide in filed hockey you need to be able to roll it around easyily

On average a slapshotted hockey puck travels 125 MPH

An official ice hockey puck weighs approximately 8oz.

###### GeometryIce HockeySportsIce Hockey HistoryIce Hockey Equipment

Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.