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# What is the average price to purchase a hockey puck?

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###### 2013-05-29 10:41:34

How much a hockey puck costs will depend on the type of buck. A rubber puck like that used in the NHL usually costs \$1 -\$2. However, for street hockey, the puck is made from plastic and can cost between \$7 and \$15.

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