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Browse our hockey pucks and balls to find official regulation ice hockey game pucks, as well as training and practice pucks from top brands, including Bauer, A&R Sports, and Green Biscuit. Pure Hockey also offers a lineup of hockey balls for off-ice practice, and for street hockey, floor hockey, and inline skate hockey. And you’ll find pucks and balls for mini hockey.
The short answer: A hockey puck weighs about six ounces. The long answer? It depends:
Black pucks are used in games, and must weigh between 5.5 and 6 oz.
White pucks weigh the same as black pucks, but aren’t used in gameplay. Their color makes them harder to see against the ice, which means they’re useful training aids. A white puck helps a player improve stickhandling skills by reminding them to keep their head up and feel the puck, rather than look down at it. Training with the white puck, which gets closer before it’s visible to the goaltender, can help goalies develop focus and hone lightning-fast reaction times.
Blue hockey pucks weigh just four ounces, about two-thirds the weight of a standard puck. These are great training aids for younger or novice players, who can practice longer without the puck tiring them out and focus more on technique.
You don’t need ice to play hockey, but you do need a puck or ball designed for your surface. We carry a variety of pucks and balls for roller hockey, street hockey, and indoor hockey.
Lightweight street hockey pucks are made to slide over streets, driveways, tennis courts, and other rough surfaces. The classic Green Biscuit is a top choice for stickhandling, while the Green Biscuit Snipe makes most best-of lists for off-ice shooting practice. Hockey balls provide fun, fast gameplay; grab a warm- or cool-weather set—or both—depending on your conditions.
If it’s smooth enough to skate on, it’s smooth enough for inline hockey pucks. Green Biscuit is also a favorite here, as are many other pucks with glide pegs that send your shots speeding along smooth surfaces.
For mini hockey and knee hockey pucks, light weight is the name of the game! These foam pucks weigh in at under an ounce, for ultimate indoor-play safety.
Hockey pucks are pure vulcanized (hardened) rubber.
Hockey pucks are solid vulcanized rubber, through and through. Inside a hockey puck, you’ll find the same material you see on the outside: vulcanized rubber...and the magic of hockey.
Hang on to your helmets: Slap shots in the NHL routinely reach 100 miles per hour.
Yes, pucks are frozen before play to reduce their tendency to bounce. As pucks thaw during NHL gameplay, they are replaced with freshly frozen pucks.
Yes! It’s rare, but a hard shot to the pipes can split a hockey puck.
Pure Hockey offers a wide selection of hockey pucks and balls from top manufacturers. Shop online with confidence and enjoy the most competitive prices on hockey pucks and balls for the ice, the street, the court, or the living room, thanks to the Pure Hockey Low-Price Guarantee.