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02-10-2013, 01:25 AM
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I have a plastic puck (not sure where I got it) that is basially the same orange, hollow plastic as a road hockey ball, but in puck shape. But it's useless on anything but a frictionless surface (ice, maybe a smooth gym floor). With the light weight and puck shape, all it wants to do is flip up on end anytime it starts moving.

They use them here at rec centers for young kids/tots to play pond/ice hockey. Anything more than that and it's just more frustrating than a ball or real puck.

There are "lighter" blue pucks, but never used one. They are only 4oz, compared to black ones that are 6oz.

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