Why is it called a hockey puck? It gets its name from the puck that is used: instead of the hard vulcanized rubber puck used in regular ice hockey, a softer sponge puck is used. At on point some locals referred to it as “Tweeter” based on the sound the original pucks made.
What is a hockey puck? Modern hockey pucks are made of rubber that is vulcanized—a process that heats and hardens rubber into the small disks you’ll be using to dangle the defense and go top shelf against an out-of-position goalie.
What is a hockey puck made of? Hockey pucks are made of vulcanized rubber and are designed to be extremely durable.
What is a hockey puck size? (a) The puck shall be made of vulcanized rubber or other approved material, one inch thick and three inches in diameter and shall weigh between 5 ½ ounces and 6 ounces and be black in color.