What Is the Average Speed of a Hockey Puck?

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What is the average speed of a hockey puck?

Art Ross designed the modern hockey puck in 1940. Since they became standardized, hockey pucks are able to travel at average speeds exceeding 75 mph during a game. Slap shots, however, have a much higher average speed. Bobby Hull, Dennis Kulyash and Zdeno Chara all have hit slap shots that top out over 100 mph.
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The average speed is defined as the total distance traveled divided by the total time it took to travel this distance. Average speed is expressed in units of miles per hour.
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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 ...
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