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Whether you and the team are suiting up for the rink, a neighborhood pickup game, or your inline league, you’ll need the best hockey pucks or hockey balls in the sport. Find ice hockey pucks and roller hockey balls in various colors, weights, and styles in this collection. We offer a wide selection of ice hockey pucks in the official NHL regulation size as well as in training sizes. We also offer hockey pucks for sale in singles or in bulk for individual or team practice. For off-ice stickhandling and passing training, choose the popular Green Biscuit puck, or choose the Green Biscuit Snipe for shooting practice. Our line of street hockey balls and pucks includes designs from top brands Bauer, Winnwell, A&R, and others. Pure Hockey has any biscuit or ball you need for practice, training, or competitive play, and our complete line of ball hockey equipment keeps you safe as you’re shooting or passing your way to another win.
Find hockey pucks and balls for the ice, street, or inline surfaces at Pure Hockey. You’ll get the best price on these products, thanks to Pure Hockey’s low-price guarantee.
Individual hockey pucks cost a few dollars, but you can also buy hockey pucks in bulk, with 12-packs costing around $25 and 100-packs starting around $150.
Street hockey started with the invention of the “no-bounce” orange ball, and variations on that design dominate the sport today. Low-bounce balls, warm temperature balls, cool temperature balls, and street hockey balls in different colors permeate the sport. Some manufacturers have developed pucks for street hockey with ball bearings for easy gliding, although these styles of pucks tend to show up more in smooth-surface floor hockey or indoor hockey.
Hockey pucks are frozen before play to reduce their tendency to bounce. As pucks thaw during NHL gameplay, they are replaced with freshly frozen pucks.
Hockey history is consistently iffy about how the puck got its name. While there’s no definitive record for why it’s called a “puck,” theories suggest it was named after the impish Shakespeare character from A Midsummer Night’s Dream or that “puck” is derived from the Celtic word meaning “to strike” in the game of hurling.