How Fast Does a Hockey Puck Travel?


On average a hockey puck can travel up to 100 miles per hour. That equals 146.7 feet per second. In 2011 a Russian hockey player, Denis Kulyash, hit a hockey puck that traveled 110.3 mph (161.77 feet per second).
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A hockey puck, weighing about 170 grams, can travel up 105 MPH,
ON average it goes 98 mph. Bobby Hull, 1979-80, reportedly had a slap shot clocked at 118.3 mph! report this answer. Updated on Thursday, February 02 2012 at 12:11AM EST. Source:
Officially, Zdeno Chara hold the record of 105.4 mph, set in 2009. Al Iafrate's 16 set record of a 105.2 mph at the 1993 Skills Competition. Unofficially, Chad Kilger held the record
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