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07-02-2010, 11:09 AM
Gino 14
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Originally Posted by Orange Crush 89 View Post
All right, this might seem like a stupid question, but there's nothing wrong with asking. Heck, there may not even be a scientific answer, but anyway... Does the weight of a puck bear any effect on the velocity of a shot? For example; what would the difference be between the clocked speed of a floor hockey puck (roughly 0.9oz) vs a street or ice hockey puck (roughly 5.5/6.0oz)? Would it be faster, slower or no significant difference?
Since weight is not a factor in velocity (v = d x t), a clocked speed of 60 mph for a floor hockey puck is exactly the same as a clocked speed of 60 mph for an ice hockey puck.

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