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02-06-2014, 11:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Iain Fyffe View Post
The size of the first pucks in Montreal is unknown, but one was described as a "little circle of wood" in a newspaper report. The first rubber puck was apparently a lacrosse ball with the ends cut off to make a disc.
Indeed. Ive always imagined it as being inconsistent, be it circumference or depth. Just an approximation. Hand sawed & cut. The early game essentially shinny, just fun. What is interesting to me I guess would be the kinetics, the feel of a wooden stick & puck. Seems natural. Could be Im insane though. Considering such.

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