[2017-06-22] Pugi Oversized Hockey Puck for On & Off-Ice Stickhandling & Passing Hockey Training.

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A hockey puck is a disk made of vulcanized rubber that serves the same functions in various games as a ball does in ball games. The best-known use of pucks is in ice hockey, a major international sport. There are several variations on the standard black, 6 ounces (170 g) hockey puck. One of the most common is a blue, 4 ounces (110 g) puck that is used for training younger players who are not yet able to use a standard puck. Heavier 10 ounces (280 g) training pucks, typically reddish pink or reddish orange in colour, are also available for players looking to develop the strength of their shots or improve their stick handling skills.

Pugi Oversized Hockey Puck

The product introduced here is Pugi Oversized Hockey Puck used for On & Off-Ice Stickhandling & Passing Hockey Training. It is of 2.75 pounds. 6" diameter, 2" Height, and can be used by Stanley Cup Champs & Olympic Gold Metalists Plastic glides for off ice training on one side. PUGI puck was conceived while hockey training in Europe. Many teams from the Czech Republic were practicing with solid wagon tires to improve their passing and receiving skills. The Pugi Puck Oversized hockey puck is an excellent off ice and on ice hockey training aid. Used by hockey teams of all ages and abilities including professional ice hockey clubs.

Pugi Oversized Hockey Puck

Players looking to increase wrist strength often practice with steel pucks that weigh 2 pounds (910 g); these pucks are not used for shooting, as they could seriously harm other players. White pucks can be used for goalie training. These are regulation size and weight, but made from white rubber. A hollow, light-weight fluorescent orange puck is available for road or floor hockey. Other variants, some with plastic ball bearings or glides, are available for use for road or roller hockey. Very interestingly, a very common use of a slotted hockey puck is as an adaptor between the metal foot of a trolley jack and the sill (rocker panel) of an automobile. The sill has a spot-welded lip which fits into the slot of the puck and would otherwise be bent or marked by the metal foot. Hockey pucks have been used to level furniture, beverage refrigeration systems, and as paper weights or door stops. The hockey puck has many uses other than its original, intended purpose by virtue of its consistent physical properties.

Pugi Oversized Hockey Puck
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